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Miami Dade College to house KIPP Charter school building

KIPP Miami and Miami Dade College have partnered to offer public school and college students pathways for educational advancement and professional development. As part of the new educational collaboration, Miami Dade College North Campus at 11380 NW…

Miami-Dade teacher vacancies dip but recruiting goes on

Miami-Dade teacher vacancies dip but recruiting goes on

Miami-Dade Public Schools has a slight decrease in the gap of teacher vacancies as the school year begins. The Human Resources Department lists 18,000 teachers employed and 241 openings for…

Miami Dade College students flock back in greater numbers

Miami Dade College students flock back in greater numbers

Miami Dade College continues to see an increase in enrollment, narrowing its gap to a 4% total decline from pre-covid days compared to 12% this time last year. The college…

Online studies prepared universities for a ‘hybrid’ year

Online studies prepared universities for a ‘hybrid’ year

During the most challenging times of the pandemic, universities readapted course curricula and went fully online, a forced change that has taught a valuable lesson to both students and educators. …

University of Miami study finds flu shots may help against Covid-19

University of Miami study finds flu shots may help against Covid-19

A newly published study created by researchers and physicians from the University of Miami found that the flu vaccine may provide protection against Covid-19, although further studies still need to…

Historians make history at Miami’s 125th birthday extravaganza

Historians make history at Miami’s 125th birthday extravaganza

The City of Miami 125th Anniversary Celebration at the Pérez Art Museum Miami honored five historians who not only preserved Miami’s history but also made it clear that the city’s…

Private schools hold enrollments steady

Private schools hold enrollments steady

“I’m incredibly excited that we finished the year strong and are beginning the year strong,” says Thomas de Quesada, executive director of enrollment and community outreach at Belen Jesuit Preparatory…

42,000 apply for largest University of Miami class ever

42,000 apply for largest University of Miami class ever

The University of Miami has a record-breaking upcoming semester with 42,000 first-year applicants for fall in the university’s largest freshmen class ever at 2,800 accepted students – and one of…

Miami-Dade Schools look at suing Comcast over cyberattacks

Miami-Dade Schools look at suing Comcast over cyberattacks

Miami-Dade Public Schools may sue Comcast alleging failure by the telecom to stop cyberattacks during the district’s failed rollout of a $15 million online learning system last year. Comcast errors…

Miami-Dade County Schools plan best use of $1.1 billion stimulus

Miami-Dade County Schools plan best use of $1.1 billion stimulus

Roughly $1.1 billion in new federal stimulus funds is likely to come to Miami-Dade Public Schools, and the district this time wants to do a better job spending the money…

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