Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS), the College Football Playoff (CFP) Foundation and the 2021 College Football Playoff National Championship Game (CFPNCG) Host Committee unveiled a new media center at Citrus Grove Middle School this morning, complete with virtual reality (VR) equipment, computer stations and much more.
Students were excited to use their new EduPro VR headsets, which were donated by VR company, Veative, along with subscriptions to its content suite.
“It’s exciting to see all the improvements that have happened here,” said student Norman Gomez. “I can’t even imagine all the possibilities and the great education we’re going to have with this technology.”
All the partners will continue to unveil new projects at different schools throughout the year.
Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS), an A-rated district, is the nation’s fourth largest school system with nearly 400 schools and a diverse enrollment of more than 350,000 students from over 160 countries. Our ongoing tradition of groundbreaking achievement has earned top recognition at the national and international levels. M-DCPS also recently reached a landmark graduation rate of 89.2 percent.
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TOP PHOTO: U.S. Rep. Donna Shalala, Principal Dr. Cory R. Rodriguez and School Board Member Mari Tere Rojas are joined by students, staff and representatives from the College Football Playoff Foundation and the 2021 College Football Playoff National Championship Game Host Committee to officially unveil Citrus Grove Middle’s new Innovative Center.
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