Alberto Carvalho takes to Twitter to address nearly 100,000 student absences

Miami, Florida – In order to address student absences during the first week of school of the new year, Miami-Dade Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho took to Twitter Saturday.
Nearly 100,000 students did not show to class due to COVID-19.
Here is what Superintendent Alberto Carvalho said:
“We need to once again consider the disruptions associated with this #covidvariant and advocate for reasonable accountability. Validity and reliability are at stake. Nearly 100K students absent on first day back at school in Miami, Broward amid COVID surge.”

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