Superintendent Alberto Carvalho
Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho has released his budget recommendation for the next school year.
As thousands of students graduate and move onto college or the workforce, the State Legislature is heading into a special budget session, where funding for public schools like this one could reach record highs.
A bitter-sweet day for one South Florida teacher who, after 49 years of teaching, is on to the next chapter of her life.
With one unanimous vote, Miami-Dade school board members brought the proposed “American Dream Miami” mall closer to reality Wednesday.
Miami-Dade Public Schools has a lot to be proud of. Wednesday morning Superintendent Alberto Carvalho announced that a new survey ranked the Miami-Dade public school system number one for education spending efficiency.
The Florida Department of Education (FDOE) ruled Miami-Dade County’s School Board unlawfully retaliated against school employees involved in a charter school conversion.
The long, hot days of summer are a thing of the past for hundreds of thousands of Miami-Dade school kids as they headed back to class Monday for the start of the new year.
Monday morning means back-to-school for students all across South Florida and for parents, the day means dropping kids off at the stop.
Miami-Dade County Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho received an honorary degree in public service from Florida International University during their spring commencement ceremonies on Sunday.
A 12-year-old Miami girl is speaking out after her nine-year-old brother was wounded during a drive-by shooting while they were sleeping inside their Miami home early Friday morning.