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Miami-Dade County Public Schools SuperintendentAlberto Carvalho says the school year in his county will be delayed by a week and will start with full online learning. “We protect and prioritize the well-being and the health of our students and our workforce.”

Miami-Dade County Public Schools SuperintendentAlberto Carvalho says the school year in his county will be delayed by a week and will start with full online learning. “We protect and prioritize the well-being and the health of our students and our workforce.”

National Education Association president Lily Eskelsen García and Miami-Dade County Superintendent Alberto Carvalho join The Post to discuss how to safely reopen K-12 schools in the U.S.

Miami-Dade Superintendent Alberto Carvalho Says School Year Will Start Online Only

Superintendent Alberto Carvalho said community spread is so concerning that an ‘online learning only’ start could happen with in-class instruction being delayed:

‘Rushing Into A Bad Decision Is Far Worse Than Being Cautious’: Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho

superintendent alberto carvalho'>Miami-Dade Superintendent Alberto Carvalho talked to @LinseyDavis  about the struggle to reopen schools safely, saying, "It makes no sense...to empty out restaurants but pack schools."

THIS SUNDAY: White House Coronavirus Task Force member @HHS_ASH  Admiral Brett P. Giroir, Superintendent of Miami-Dade County Public Schools @MiamiSup  Alberto Carvalho and @LarryHogan  (R-Md.) join w @MeetThePressth  . @chucktodd  #MTP  #IfItsSunday 

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“I will not reopen our school system August 24th if the conditions are what they are today,” Miami-Dade County Public SchoolsSuperintendent Alberto Carvalho says. “Our reopening plan contemplates a phase two reality. We are still in phase one.”

“Both federal and state guidelines basically dictate that any county... in phase one is unable to open schools,” says Alberto Carvalho, superintendent of Miami-Dade County’s public schools. “It would be counterintuitive with positivity cases increasing... to pack up schools.”

“It doesn’t make any sense whatsoever to empty restaurants, but pack schools. I think that defies logic and, quite frankly, is a proposition that I am not ready to impose on... our community,” says Alberto Carvalho, superintendent of Miami-Dade County Public Schools.

superintendent alberto carvalho'>Miami-Dade Superintendent Alberto Carvalho talked to @LinseyDavis  about the struggle to reopen schools safely, saying, "It makes no sense...to empty out restaurants but pack schools."

“It doesn’t make any sense whatsoever to empty restaurants, but pack schools. I think that defies logic and, quite frankly, is a proposition that I am not ready to impose on... our community,” says Alberto Carvalho, superintendent of Miami-Dade County Public Schools.

ICYMI: Miami-Dade County Public Schools won’t be able to reopen, as a new state order calls for, if the county is still in its Phase 1 reopening stage, which county leaders are tightening because of a surge of cases, Superintendent Alberto Carvalho said.

superintendent alberto carvalho'>Miami-Dade Superintendent Alberto Carvalho said "it does not make sense" and that it is not in the best interest from a health perspective for students, teachers and parents for schools to reopen this year.

#UPDATE - As #HurricaneDorian  continues to move west toward Florida, Miami-Dade County Public SchoolsSuperintendent Alberto Carvalho has announced all schools will remain closed on Tuesday.

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