MDCPS

AcronymDefinition
MDCPSMiami Dade County Public School
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We evaluated absentee data for MDCPS during September 8-October 21, 2009.
Daily school absentee reports were sent to MDCPS offices through email.
You have propelled MDCPS to be one of the highest-performing urban districts in the country according to fourth- and eighth-grade NAEP results in reading and math.
Like many other school districts, MDCPS also must combat youth violence.
Contractually required investments in local presence to support the implementation of the MDCPS purchase orders and customer-driven compaction of the MDCPS installation schedule combined to negatively impact service margin during the second quarter.
We are very proud to have successfully implemented this program with MDCPS and look forward to the upcoming school year to continue this partnership and take this pilot program to other school districts across the country.
We've witnessed firsthand the extraordinary transformation, under Superintendent Carvalho's leadership, that earned MDCPS the nation's highest honor in education.
Through this arrangement, MDCPS benefits from UNICCO's management, and technical and training expertise.
In 2006 MDCPS, the fourth largest school district in the United States with more than 1 million users, consolidated its communication and collaboration system to the Microsoft SharePoint-based portal solution after considering several technology options.
The Miami Evaluation, compiled by the Miami-Dade County Public Schools' Office of Evaluation and Research concluded, "Despite the lofty academic standards of the Edison Model, the project students never once exhibited an academic advantage over the students in the regular MDCPS program.
Reeves, which opened in 1996 and serves 1,175 K-5 students, operates as a partnership among MDCPS, UTD (an affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers) and The Edison Project.