This article makes the case:
More high-quality private schools would electrify South Florida real estate
BY JULIETTE MAVROLEON June 17, 2018 09:00 AM
For many decades, South Florida was known as the playground for retirees, who overwhelmingly emigrated from the Northeast United States. These folks simply wanted low taxes and fun in the sun, and good schools didn’t matter to them so much. In the 1980s and ’90s, our region became defined by “Miami Vice” and South Beach (with Miami emerging as the unofficial capital of South America) and again, schools were not a big priority for new residents.
In recent years, South Florida has […] Read more