Next month Miami-Dade Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho will celebrate 10 years of leading the nation’s 4th largest school district. During that time, he has been a staunch advocate for school choice, more technology, and supporting students both in and outside of the classroom – standing with them as they protested gun violence in their communities.
Host Pam Giganti sits down with Superintendent Carvalho to hear how the district is managing school safety, mental health access for students, and what the future holds for him in South Florida.
The City of Lake Worth is one of the latest municipalities in Palm Beach County to implement a license plate reader program that will scan vehicle tags for suspicious activity. We get an inside look at how the city will use this new technology – and hear from some residents that fear their privacy could be at risk.
The safety of students and teachers in schools across the state remains top priority for law enforcement and school officials. Now a new law is aimed at deterring anyone from making a threat – real or fake on social media – by making this crime a felony. We’re in Indian River County to hear how this new legislation is already helping law enforcement crack down on these threats.