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Yo Soy Latino with Jose Miranda & Haydee Ayala: Education

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Ronald Blocker, Superintendent of OCP & You

So it is with great pleasure that YSL welcome back Mr. Ronald Blocker. Mr. Blocker continues to lead for the future of Orange County Public Schools and in the course of his career has made an incredible difference in the lives of so many children, ensuring our students get the very best education possible.

To maintain excellence in academics, andsetting high expectations for all employees through the district-wide theme "One Vision, One Voice," a program which emphasizes a framework of teaching and learning that promotes district-wide accountability, continuity of instruction and academic rigor. Because of his influence in the community, Mr. Blocker was ranked 10th byOrlando Magazineon their list of "50 Most Powerful People in Central Florida," published in July 2010; and as among the top 25 most power people in Central Florida by anOrlando Sentinelpanel of community leaders in January 2011.

Its official The Huffington Post has discovered Hispanics along with the GOP the Dem’s and every politician out there running for office of course it’s just a coincidence that Latino Americans are 50 million strong and counting-are both the largest and fasting growing minority in the country. Played a decisive role in the 2008presidential elections and represent close to a trillion dollars of buying power. And with 32 million Hispanics online well, what can I say you’re a politicians “I dream of Jennie moment”(Huffington Post)

So, Mr.& Mrs. Latino now that you have been discovered when will you discover yourselves? What will you do when the politician comes knocking on your door? Tell you how bad you have had it and how she or he is going to turn that all around for you but where have they been? And Latinos where have you been and what are you going to do now?