Times of Florida encourages knowledge of and debate about the direction and leadership of Hispanic education. It was established in January 2012 in Miami, FL to increase public awareness and participation, leading to greater accountability and action by Florida leaders.
Florida is leading in addressing the crisis in Hispanic education by empowering Hispanic families with parental choice in education. By creating awareness with coalitions, parents, teachers, schools, faith-based organizations and corporate America, Times of Florida informs, educates and mobilizes not only Hispanic parents, but all concerned parents in America.
Times of Florida works closely with its partners on K-12 and higher education reform, and anyone who is willing to speak out on behalf of parents and children. Currently, Hispanics are the most undereducated minority group in the United States.
When all Floridians understand how improved education can lead to economic growth and prosperity for coming generations, they will demand changes that reward our best teachers, identify and reward excellence in teaching and research, eliminate waste, and produce a more affordable and higher quality education.
Parents, students and taxpayers want action, and our initiative is spreading across the nation. Add your voice for change! It’s time for Florida. It’s time for our nation.
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