Miami-Dade schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho, Superintendent has urged lawmakers to slow down the implementation of new standardized tests. “We need to question if we have gone too far, too fast,” he recently told a Florida Senate education committee. He is picture here at the 21st Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 5000 Role Models of Excellence Unity Scholarship Breakfast in January.
Miami-Dade schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho, Superintendent has urged lawmakers to slow down the implementation of new standardized tests. “We need to question if we have gone too far, too fast,” he recently told a Florida Senate education committee. He is picture here at the 21st Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 5000 Role Models of Excellence Unity Scholarship Breakfast in January. WALTER MICHOT MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Miami-Dade schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho, Superintendent has urged lawmakers to slow down the implementation of new standardized tests. “We need to question if we have gone too far, too fast,” he recently told a Florida Senate education committee. He is picture here at the 21st Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 5000 Role Models of Excellence Unity Scholarship Breakfast in January. WALTER MICHOT MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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