Although he wasn’t able to attend last week’s press conference held by the Urban League of Miami, the NAACP, and the BAC Funding Corporation in regards to the Miami Dade County disparity study, Superintendent Alberto Carvalho wanted the community to know that it was only a conflict in schedule that kept him from attending and that he was actually looking for public comment.
“The disparity study has not been finalized and is in a draft process which includes a phase of public input,” said Carvalho. “The public input is not only indispensable but is actually quite helpful.”
Additionally, Carvalho said he looks forward to continuing a dialogue with the community as he has done in the past.
Read more about it in the next issue of the South Florida Times.