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Superintendent says promises associated with bond will be kept
It was approximately one year ago that the voters of Miami-Dade County approved a $1.2B bond intended to upgrade deteriorating schools — some which hadn’t seen improvements since they were built over 50 years ago. The other revenue from the bond was to be used to bring the County’s schools up-to-date with the latest technology. Over 280 schools were listed as renovations candidates based on the age and condition of their buildings.