Miami-Dade Schools Chief Alberto Carvalho, K12 Defend Donation To FoundationThe online learning platform K12 has offered an explanation for its nearly $1.6 million donation it made to Miami-Dade school Superintendent Alberto Carvalho's non-profit.
'Funds Raised Some Concerns': OIG Launches Investigation Into Alberto Carvalho’s NonprofitThe Office of the Inspector General for Miami-Dade County Public Schools has launched an investigation into Superintendent Alberto Carvalho’s nonprofit following a donation from K12, the much-maligned online learning platform axed by the district.
Miami-Dade, Broward Teacher Union Chiefs Plea With Districts To Safely Reopen SchoolsIn a rare joint call to action, the heads of the Miami-Dade and Broward teachers’ unions pleaded with their districts to address safety concerns before considering opening schools for in-person learning.
Protesters Demand Broward Open Bars As Part Of Phase 2 ReopeningMiami-Dade and Broward join the rest of the state in Phase 2 reopenings but with restrictions.
Heavy Rain Turns Hollywood Streets Into Small LakesHeavy rain blanketed Broward early Wednesday from Coral Springs to Hollywood. Drivers had to navigate streets that sometimes turned into small lakes.
Broward Schools Chief Robert Runcie Eyes October For Possible Partial Reopening Of SchoolsThe reopening of schools and the return of in-person instruction is a primary goal of the Broward School Board and Superintendent Robert Runcie.
'People Are Being Cautious, So It's Not That Bad', Miami Beach Crowds On Labor DayLabor Day 2020 on Miami Beach is not your typical holiday.
Cyberattack Partially Blamed For Miami-Dade County Public Schools Virtual Tech Issuest was a cyberattack. That is what caused problems for Miami-Dade County Public School students and teachers to get access to virtual platforms on Tuesday, for the second day in a row.
'External Connectivity Issues' Caused Problems On First Day Of Online School In Miami-DadeIt was back to school for Miami-Dade, but students and teachers encountered some connectivity issues on this first day of online learning.
Broward Mayor Dale Holness On COVID-19: 'If We Don't Obey The Orders, The Economy Is Closed For A Longer Time'South Florida is seeing improvement in the number of COVID-19 cases but Broward County leaders are being cautious about lifting restrictions too soon.
Oakland Park Man Facing Additional Criminal Charges In Death Of Stolen PuppyAn Oakland Park man is out of jail but facing additional criminal charges in the death of a stolen puppy.
Petition Launched To Save Pembroke Pines Principal’s Job Over Controversial Social Media PostA longtime Broward High School principal is fighting to keep his job over a controversial social media post.
Broward Superintendent Robert Runcie Says He Wants ‘To Open Schools As Soon As Possible’With Broward’s COVID numbers on a downward trend, Superintendent Robert Runcie was cautiously optimistic at a board workshop Tuesday.
13K Mask-Wearing Fans Allowed To Attend Dolphins Home Opener At Hard Rock StadiumDolphins fans will be allowed to attend the 2020 home opener at Hard Rock Stadium but 13,000 fans is the maximum number.
Gregory Tony Pulls Of Narrow Victory In Democratic Primary For Broward SheriffIn the hotly contested Democratic race for Broward sheriff, Gregory Tony narrowly pulled off a victory.