March 26, 2019
7News cameras showed Miami-Dade Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho as he took part in a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday. The new program, which is offered in cooperation with Siemens Corporation and others, allows students to learn high-tech skills.
“This is knowledge-based learning,” said Carvalho. Students receive hands-on training as they work to design and build systems and integrate multiple technologies. There are fewer than 10 programs like this one in the country, and this is the first one to include both adults and high school students..