Miami-Dade Supt. Says School Funding Has Dropped Dramatically

Miami-Dade Superintendent of School Alberto Carvalho took to a Twitter rant on Wednesday morning, talking about school funding.

In a series of tweets published earlier today, Carvalho said student funding in Miami-Dade has fallen from 8th to 28th in the state. 


He says the state recently lowered the education portion of the property tax and now per pupil funding isn't keeping pace with the economy.

Carvalho says local governments need to spend more on education to make up lost revenue from Tallahassee.


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