MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Miami-Dade public schools are asking parents for their feedback on the K-12 learning platform.
That’s the software that was hit by cyberattacks and had other technical problems last week.READ MORE: Florida Man Accused Of Starving Dogs To Death Inside Abandoned Home
The district wants parents to fill out a survey on the parent portal. It’s also asking teachers for their opinions.READ MORE: COVID In Florida: 7,128 Additional Cases, 129 New Deaths Reported Wednesday
Sixth through 12th grades have temporarily stopped using the program. However, Pre-K through fifth-grade students are still using it.MORE NEWS: Tamarac Fire Rescue Capt. Urges People To Know The Signs Of Heart Disease After Undergoing Life Saving Surgery
Miami-Dade schools and the software vendor are assessing all the recent problems.