It’s hard for a school district as vast and diverse as Miami-Dade County to achieve an A rating.
It’s even harder to keep it.
Miami-Dade County Public Schools is celebrating once again as Thursday’s release of school grades from the Florida Department of Education brought good news for the school district. For the second year in a row, MDCPS is an A-rated school district.
Even more impressive: There are no F-rated schools, traditional or charter, in the school district. That marks the third year district-managed schools are clear of failing schools.
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