|From left, clockwise: Daryl Holsendolph; William "DC" Clark; Larry Williams and Ulysses Harvard.|
Members of ICARE (Inner City Alumni for Responsible Education) at Wednesday's School Board Meeting to see if unexpected changes were made to schools administrative teams. Also, to express dissatisfaction that only $2M was allocated for a facelift for Dorsey Technical College despite building a brand new school for the Latin Builders Association and pouring more than $50M into the restoration of Miami High. $2M sounds like a lot of money but for a school that was built in 1936, there are likely challenges of asbestos and faulty wiring at Dorsey, to say the least. Only painting the facility is like putting lipstick on a pig. Superintendent Carvalho promised technology for all of the District's students and ICARE leaders said they won't stop until all their children are included in that equation.