The Miami-Dade School Board voted unanimously on Jan. 14 to fire Deloitte Consulting, the firm it hired to oversee the installation of new technology to deal with payroll, employees, and finance systems, reports the Miami Herald. The district will now adopt its own plan to keep the $85.4 million project going. Superintendent Alberto Carvalho stressed that the change would not cost the district any additional money. 'This allows us to contain the cost, assure control of the timeline, and guarantee the pace,' Carvalho told the Herald. 'Now, we can be reasonably confident that we can see the project through to

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