1. Common Core State Standards (CCSS), as an education reform policy, does not satisfy the four pillars of education reform: 1) Accountability 2) More State and Local Control 3) Focusing resources on proven educational methods and 4) Expanded choices for parents. Accountability for implementing the Common Core Standards (that were not properly piloted or vetted) unfairly rests […]
About Luz Gonzalez
Luz de los Angeles Gonzalez-Maribona graduated with a B.A. in Political Science from Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, California. She spent 13 years fundraising for non-profit educational institutions. Luz is President of the Old Cutler Republican Women's Club, the first Republican Women's Club in Miami-Dade County, Florida. Luz served as S. Florida Lead Activist for FreedomWorks, encompassing Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade Counties, during the 2012 elections. She is a tireless advocate for school choice and has worked for increasing student educational opportunities all over the country - including Oregon, Wisconsin, Ohio, and Florida. As a grassroots advocate, Luz serves as advisor for the Miami High School Republicans and is co-founder of the Conservative Grassroots Coalition of Miami Dade County. Luz believes in the "Big Five" as it pertains to political philosophy - individual rights, lower taxes, more freedom, less government, and constitutional governance.