It has been very rough going for Miami-Dade County Schools district — which, of course, affects the entire community — for the past three weeks.
Miami-Dade County Public Schools Superintendent Alberto M. Carvalho and our workforce’s leadership inured us of glad tidings for years — until the past three weeks, when our entire community suffered the 2020-2021 school year’s virtual opening using the K-12 My School Online platform.
Besides the fiasco, fatigue, and frustration this experience brought our students, parents, teachers, and administrators, things were not made better by some voices clamoring the message: heads must roll!
In fact, the enemy of the launch was time — not good people working hard with good intentions.
Complex, computer-related functions under a compressed schedule caused users much suffering.
The CEO of K-12 My School Online, Nate Davis, took responsibility for the system’s malfunction. He said K-12 failed Superintendent Carvalho and his administrators.