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"We have Children and our state who are dead who did not have to be, she says. The personal liberties don't outweigh the risk of endangering kids. Here in western Washington, the first week of school in federal Way hit a road bump with 30 students testing positive for Covid. The district tells the federal way mirror. All the exposures happened outside of school. Individual students and staff have been recommended for quarantine. But no classes have been closed. And Covid is keeping dozens of students in the Lake Washington school district home today after one student tested positive. The South sound just welcoming back students after a pandemic closures. We're going to focus on our students, social and emotional needs. We're going to get them acclimated because we know that when students are happy and healthy, that that's when they performed best public schools opened in Tacoma and Olympia. Overseas. Now in Germany today, Secretary of State Antony Blinken blasted the Taliban for refusing to let flights with Americans leave the country. We will continue to press the Taliban to allow the charters to leave and also critically. Open, uh, HK to the Hamad Karzai International Airport to the regular flow of civilian aircraft, which can enable the safe and orderly departure of people from Afghanistan just ahead of the anniversary of the 9 11 attack, Saudi Arabia is again denying any part. CBS's Kenny McCormick reports. The Saudi Embassy in Washington issued a statement saying it welcomes the release of classified documents relating to the attacks. It insists no evidence has emerged to indicate the Saudi government or its officials had previous knowledge of the plot. The statement goes on to call Al Qaeda evil and says it hopes declassification of documents relating to the investigation will end. The baseless allegations against the kingdom Still read on Wall Street, the Dow is down 74 points, NASDAQ off 97. Let's go to Cairo Radio. Real time traffic.
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"Of a few showers and thunderstorms, mainly along in north of I 20 and temperatures are going to be in the mid to upper nineties right now. Mostly sunny 95 degrees in Lake Worth News brought to you by health guys dot com President Biden and Progressive lawmakers are reacting to the Supreme Court decision on a new Texas abortion law. Peter Doocy reports from the White House before Roe v. Wade is challenged in front of the Supreme Court. President Biden is worried because they just upheld a Texas law restricting abortions. Progressives have had it AOC tweets. Republicans promised to overturn Roe v. Wade, and they have Democrats can either abolished the filibuster and expand the court or Do nothing. Some progressives have already outlined how they do it. The heartbeat losses, abortion is only legal up to the time of heartbeat can be detected. One Richardson I SD elementary school has 30 students now with Covid 19 Brennan Field Elementary will go completely virtual for the next 10 days as Covid infections rise in more than 25% of students were absent yesterday. R I s D S Tim Clark says the move is meant to stop the spread. This is really to keep kids away from each other. That's not to say there won't be cleaning. All of our schools are cleaned daily and certainly high traffic. High touch areas are clean multiple times a day. Renfield has 30 active covid cases in a total of 42 since school began on August 17th. At the Texas capital. The second special session adjourned last night, three days earlier than scheduled. After giving final approval to several of governor abbots agenda items, including a ban on teaching critical race theory in public schools. The two chambers gathered out just minutes apart, according to the Texas Tribune. Two special sessions since May were stalled for weeks and Democrats protests of election reform legislation. The House adjourned first with House Speaker Day Dalen wishing members a Happy Labor Day weekend before gaveling out, legislators are expected to be called back soon to focus on reading. Destructive. Kim Lampkin is w b A P news visit. W b a p dot com and answer Our poll question. Are you relieved that the war in Afghanistan is over Texas business Closing numbers on Wall Street, The Dow fell 74 points to 3 35,069. NASDAQ Rose 32 2 ended up 3 15,064, the S and P 500 was off to To finish at 4535 right now. Fair 95 degrees in Fort Worth From the W B A P News desk. I might train a your next update at 7 30 24 7 Coverage at w b a p dot com TCU football plays here across the 30 35 40 Richard Tackled takes online midfield. It's a foot race down to the 30, the 20. They'll never catch him, and it's still a touchdown. Yeah. Tomorrow night. TCU opens the 2021 season against the became Dukes. Pre games of six Kickoffs at 77 11 TCU.
"30 students" Discussed on KCRW
"Woman dresses? Would make one more Christian more holy, It's hard now to figure out we have to drive cars we have to board planes. We have to do all kinds of things that make this out of place. That's Anita can aspirate the leader of the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart at the time, she's one of the subjects of the new documentary Rebel Hearts Directed by Pedro costs. Lenore Dowling was an immaculate heart sister and is also one of the subjects of the film. And when I spoke with them earlier, I began by asking Pedro cost to describe what Ella's archdiocese was like at the time. Under the leadership of Cardinal McIntyre, who had come here from the East Coast. Cardinal McIntyre before he was a priest or before he entered the a seminary. He was actually a runner on Wall Street, so he had a very savvy business mind. Um, but theologically speaking, he was actually very conservative and very much old school. Patriarchal mindset of, uh, the way things should run. So when he came to Los Angeles, I believe he came here in 1948. And to take charge of the Los Angeles archdiocese. He oversaw one of the greatest expansion periods of the archdiocese at that time by building parachutes, building schools, building hospitals. Um, and so this was a place that was booming. The Southern California Los Angeles was really booming after the war. And you know, they felt that they needed more parishes. More schools for the influx of new people that were coming in, but it really required by building up schools. What do you need? You need teachers, and you need lots of them. And what better at that time? What better teachers than you know, sisters and nuns. Who staff these schools with very little, almost no compensation at all. Because, um Uh, you know, they lived in convents and orders that was the way right and had taken a vow of poverty and Lennar. So were you one of those teachers that, uh, filled these new schools? Yes. Um, after I was professed, like all the others, I was mission to teach at Queen of Angels High school and because there were so many schools All of us began to teach right away as soon as we put on the Black bell, and that was a point of contention because we need to cast me wanted us to be educated. And credentials, and she told the cardinal she would withdraw the sisters from the schools in order to get us educated, which did happen, but that was one of the points of contention. So there were huge class sizes and this immediate demand for your services and you weren't trained And here you had to oversee What, Like 60 students in a class or something like that, Um, that must have been really overwhelming. Well, I didn't teach an elementary school, and many of our members who taught elementary did experience 60 to 80 students in a class I taught in the high school, so there wasn't 20 to 30 students and our students didn't know we were Neophytes in the classroom, but I had had one year of college. Which wasn't a lot No. One year of college. Wow. Mm hmm. And the archdiocese is really relied on the immaculate part order. At that time, they were the largest order staffing Los Angeles schools. And you know, as the archdiocese grew. The situation, as Lenore said, grew really to a breaking point in many ways. Right. And so it was this labor issue, But it was also as I mentioned in the intro Vatican two really pushing for a relaxation of the old rules the old standards. Um, So then what happened from your perspective line? Or as you say there was building tension between the sister is an immaculate heart and the archdiocese, especially in particular with the Cardinal. What was it that made it come to a head? Well, we were faithful readers following Vatican Council and we wanted to be faithful to the call to be part of the modern world and the issues that the cardinal objective to disciplinary clothing. Time to pray place where the work was to teaching and nursing and wanted to go beyond that, and mostly to be self determining. There were some who didn't want to be teachers. So they went in later into law and social services and health care, so to be self determining with our work. To pray as we wanted when we could, depending on work to live where we wanted to live because of new jobs, So our perspective Was for our filling out the lives we committed to do to be of service to people and I was in New York and 65 at Columbia, and I noticed the sisters. In New York. We're far ahead of us. So we had the unfortunate position of being on the West Coast with Cardinal McIntyre. Other orders were way ahead of us. And what was it about the habit that really galvanized you and really sparked the Cardinals? Outrage? Um You know, in the face of it. It's just a piece of clothing. But of course it means a lot more. What did it symbolize for you, Um, for most people, and I had to defend it. To my students. It's a symbol that we are other. My students, whom I spoke to afterwards had put us on the pedestal. So the habit like all uniforms separate you identify you not necessarily as above. But that's how people looked at us the collar. In the habit say. There's a hierarchy and, um we are above you, so we wanted to be with the people in solidarity with all those whom we served, and the habit can be a barrier. We were following with.
"30 students" Discussed on KQED Radio
"There's just a lot of fear right now, because people don't know where this is leading at. This is something that is caught. Lot of emotion. It's caught a lot of energy in such a short time that school administrators and school board members are worried that someone could take it too far and they just don't know. In Nevada Family Alliance proposed putting body cameras on teachers to make sure that they weren't teaching critical race theory. What was the reaction to that? Yeah, The idea of putting body cameras on teachers is something that, as you said, has been proposed in Nevada by a conservative group. That's also something that's gained steam on certain corners of social media on Facebook on YouTube, where conservative commentators have said Let's put body cameras on teachers. And I think really, the idea of that is sort of reflective of what has been going on over the last year. A lot of this activism really started as parents first got upset about Schools remaining closed or remaining on remote learning, and a lot of parents will say that gave them a chance also to over here what was being taught in their classes. To capture video of school lessons that before would have been in a classroom of you know, 20 to 30 students and the teacher and nobody else and They're saying, Look, now that we've seen what's behind the curtain, we need to make sure that we never missed something again. Uh, but it's something that I don't know has a lot of Backing to actually make that a reality. I would imagine it would take either action by the school boards and school districts themselves or action by state legislatures and then a lot of funding, But it's I think it just represents the nature of where these conversations are going and also just reflects. The idea of putting a body camera on a teacher also says that they don't trust the teacher. I mean, and I think like that's another difference here is it's not just them, saying We think the bureaucrats or the administrators running the schools are not to be trusted. But in many cases, the parents simply don't trust the teachers, either. One of the goals of this movement seems to be to oust liberal school board members how many school board members have been ousted already by the movement. So far, there's only been a handful. But according to research that we've gotten through ballot PD a, which is a website that tracks a lot of this, there have been more school board recall initiatives and petitions launched so far in 2021. Than any previous year that they've tracked going back two decades and It's in many cases, they're not just trying to pick on a single school board member where that is what researchers say often what happened in the past when they try to recall school board members. They're going after ousting the entire school board, and this is happening in communities that lean blue that lean red that are solidly blue. Solidly red. This is not something that's only a red state phenomenon or something. Where Conservatives outnumbered in a blue state are rising up. This is really happening across the board, so another thing that's been happening to school board. There's that many school boards feel like they are under attack because The conservative groups are demanding that the school boards make records public like hundreds or thousands of records, and for a little school board that can be really hard to do. It's time consuming. It could be expensive. Talk a little bit about that. Yeah, This is an interesting phenomenon, and it's one that you know, I'm a reporter and I file a ton of records request. It's a very common part of my job. I'm all for open government. But this has been something that's been promoted a lot of times by activist groups, especially some of those that are organizing at the national level, to say, fill out records requests and submit them to your school district and ask for these materials. That is really what's been driving a lot of the outrage and drives a lot of media stories about this. This is a tactic that we've seen, especially in Rhode Island, where several school districts have been inundated with records requests in one case that got a lot of coverage in South Kingstown, Rhode Island. Woman filled out more than 200 records requests within just a couple months. And these are not just records requests looking for, you know, tell me all the curriculum you're giving on, you know, racism lessons or lessons about American history. As it pertains to racial divides. They're asking for everything from 10 Years of emails with superintendents to 10 years of harassment complaints. These records requests have asked for all the reading lists for English classes from seventh through 12th grade, and this was filed by a parent whose child is just about to enter kindergarten. Initially, the school board said. This is going to take over 300 hours. It's going to cost you the requester close to $10,000 to fulfill because you know, every school district is, um, mostly allowed to charge for their time processing the records request. And this is a relatively small school districts so they would have to re assign people to deal with this, and they're saying this is coming at a time when we're finishing out a crazy year disrupted by covid and trying to give kids a normal prom and just finish out, you know, one hopefully last school year is disrupted by a pandemic. We just don't have time for this volume of records requests, but then when they push back and say To say anything about how cumbersome it is. It became a controversy because then it's seen as if they are trying to hide something. Let's take another break here and then we'll talk some more. If you're just joining us. My guest is NBC investigative reporter Tyler Kinkaid. We'll talk more about the conservative movement opposing the teaching of critical race theory. After we take a short break. I'm Terry Gross, and this is fresh air. Mm mm mm..
"30 students" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
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"It's the most serious charge laid against the former leader who was detained when the army seize power last month, her lawyer said. The allegations were joke, he said, and thanks, UCI had her weaknesses. Personal greed was not one of them. He said he'd not yet being allowed to meet his client to discuss the charges against her. Meanwhile, on the streets, the protests against the military coup continue. BBC correspondent Michael Bristowe authorities say gunman have attacked a school in northwestern Nigeria and kidnapped 30 students. Just weeks after a similar attack in the region was blamed on bandits. The missing students are both male and female. Breaking news and analysis at telling Hold calm. Another judge has determined the CDC has exceeded its authority in issuing a national eviction moratorium. We're smothered by grow. CIA has the update in this report, A federal judge in Ohio has ruled the U. S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention didn't have the authority to issue a nationwide moratorium on rental evictions last year. In his ruling, US District Judge J. Philip Calibri said the CDC went beyond with the Federal Public Health Service Act allows it was the second such ruling in less than a month. Late February, U. S. District Judge J. Campbell Barker in the Eastern District of Texas ruled the moratorium was unconstitutional. The Justice Department is appealing Barker's order. The CDC eviction moratorium was signed by President Donald Trump in September. President Joe Biden extended the moratorium through March. 31st. I'm Mike Rossia. More of these stories at town hall dot com on John Scott. You're listening to America, first with Sebastian Gorka, former strategist of President Donald J. Trump complacency. It's a weakness the Patriots cannot afford. That's why car firearms is teaming up with us here in America first. In.
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"There are people who develop symptoms of covert 19 who stay ill for more than a week or two. This condition is called Long Cove it by many and now, a study published in the journal Nature Medicine, says there are indicators that you could be in for a lengthy fight with the illness. The study surveyed thousands of patients and showed that those who had five different immediate symptoms in their first week of sickness or Highly likely to be ill for a month out of that group. Some could be sick for two months and even a smaller group three months. Evan Brown, Fox News authorities say gunman have attacked a school in northwestern Nigeria and kidnapped 30 students. The latest kidnapping comes just weeks after 279 school girls were kidnapped and eventually released. Michigan Lottery has revealed the winners of January's billion dollar mega Millions jackpot Two months after a single ticket in Michigan took the $1.5 billion mega millions lottery jackpot. Lottery officials say four owners of that single ticket have come forward to collect choosing the lump sum option, which after taxes is $557 million. The winner is belong to a suburban Detroit lottery club, Their names not released, though through their lawyer, saying a statement they play. And to stay humble and pay it forward through charitable giving in southeast Michigan. It's the third largest ever lottery prize one in the U. S. Jeff Manasso. Fox News. Japan's prime minister, is preparing for a visit to Washington next month for his first face to face summit with President Biden. He and his entourage will get their covert 19 vaccinations. First trip will take place in the first half of April. The two leaders are expected to discuss pandemic measures, climate.
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"I'm Ed Donahue, CDC director, Dr Rochelle Wolinsky says the numbers of coronavirus cases and deaths are down over the past week. But overall case isn't hospitalizations and deaths remain high, and we've been fooled before into being too lax. So now is the time to double down to see this through. In the daily White House briefing, Wolinsky says the keyword is vaccination. We now have more than 64 million people who received at least one dose of vaccine and we Vaccinating millions more each day. This is our path out of the pandemic. Jeff Science with the White House team says Help is on the way for people looking to get a shot administration will launch a federally supported website. Will show the locations near them that have available vaccines. Because we know that not everyone has Internet access was comfortable online. We will also launch a cost center President Biden and leaders of the Indo Pacific Alliance, known as the Quad announced a plan to expand Corona virus vaccine manufacturing capacity in India. Calls are growing louder for New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to resign over growing allegations of sexual harassment is absolutely unacceptable. It is disgusting to me. And he can no longer serve his governor. That was New York Mayor Bill de Blasio yesterday today, members of the New York congressional delegation including Jerry Nadler and Alexandra A. Casio, Cortez, say it's time for Cuomo to resign. The governor has denied he ever touched anyone inappropriately and has said he's sorry if he ever made anyone uncomfortable. Authorities say a gunman attacked a school in Nigeria and kidnapped 30 students just weeks after a similar attack in the region blamed on bandits. The missing students are both male and female 279 school girls were kidnapped weeks ago they were released Wall Street The Dow was up. The other two indexes are down. This is AP News What will you get? Now that President Biden sign the coronavirus relief bill, most Americans will get a direct payment of up to $1400. Those payments could begin arriving in bank accounts this weekend. American rescue plan also extends weekly emergency unemployment benefits into early September. That's $300 a week. Then there are expanded tax credits over the next year for Children, childcare and family leave some of them credits the Democrats are signaling they like to make permanent and then there's money for renters, food programs and utility bills. Bottom line, says President Biden. It's a bill that will get meaningful help into the hands of people in our country who need it the most. I'm Rita Foley. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. Who was overseeing a criminal investigation into former President Donald Trump says he won't seek reelection, opting against a primary fight with progressive candidates. Ed Donahue. AP News About 60% of Hispanics and half of black Americans say their households are dealing with the effects of income loss from the pandemic. While about 40% of White Americans say the same about four in 10. Hispanics say their income is lower now than it was a year ago, when the pandemic was declared. That compares with three and 10 black Americans in 25% of White Americans. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Did you know that you can purchase prints of.
"30 students" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Kilograms of gold. It's the most serious charge laid against the former leader who was detained when the army seize power last month, her lawyer said. The allegations were joke, he said, and thanks, UCI had her weaknesses. Personal greed was not one of them. He said he'd not yet being allowed to meet his client to discuss the charges against her. Meanwhile, on the streets, the protests against the military coup continue. BBC correspondent Michael Burstow authorities say gunmen have attacked a school in northwestern Nigeria and kidnapped 30 students just weeks. After a similar attack in the region blamed on bandits. The missing students, both male and female. Breaking news and analysis at town. Hold calm. Another judge has determined the CDC has exceeded its authority in issuing a national eviction moratorium. Correspondent Mike Garcia has the update in this report. A federal judge in Ohio has ruled the U. S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention didn't have the authority to issue a nationwide moratorium on rental evictions last year. In his ruling, US District Judge J. Philip Calibri said CDC went beyond with the Federal Public Health Service Act allows. It was the second such ruling in less than a month. At late February, U. S. District Judge J. Campbell Barker in the Eastern District of Texas ruled the moratorium was unconstitutional. The Justice Department is appealing Barker's order. The CDC eviction moratorium was signed by President Donald Trump. In September. President Joe Biden extended the moratorium through March. 31st. I'm Mike Rossi, um or in the stories a town hold on calm. I'm John Scott. I'm a coffee being born and raised in the tropics. But let me tell you, I'm loving.
Gunmen attack school and kidnap 30 students in Nigeria
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"30 students" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We do that in New York with Michael Barr, Michael Thank you very much. Paul Lisa President Joe Biden offered Americans a glimpse of hope that life would begin to return to normal. This summer, He ordered a further acceleration of the government's efforts to end the pandemic by music. Every power I have is president of the United States. Put us on a war footing to get the job done. Sounds like hyperbole, but I mean it a war footing. In his first primetime address, the president directed states to make all U. S adults eligible for vaccinations by May, 1st. Is there room for compromise on big issues like immigration on Capitol Hill, despite the bitter partisan fight over covert funding White House press secretary Jen Psaki spoke to ABC this morning. The majority of the American people support this package, including the majority of Republicans, so hopefully they'll be a moment of self reflection here for some of the members who voted against it. Authorities say gunmen have attacked a school in northwestern Nigeria and kidnapped 30 students just weeks after a similar attack in the region blamed on bandits. Officials say the missing students are both male and female. Nick's legend Patrick Ewing said he was accosted by Madison Square Garden security. Here's Bloomberg's. We need a young with story legendary former New York Knicks player Patrick Ewing couldn't completely enjoy his biggest win as George Townes head coach yesterday. He was annoyed when he was stopped by security at Madison Square Garden. Everybody in this building should know who the hell I am. His team was fresh off a win against Villanova. Ewing enjoyed one of the greatest careers in the history of the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden and still remains the career leader. In several major categories, The Knicks retired his number 33 jersey in 2003. New York. I'm re need a young Bloomberg radio live from the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studios. This is global news. 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Michel Bar. This is Bloomberg. Paul Lisa. Michael Barr. Thank you so much. We appreciate at least I'm just looking at the futures here. We've kind of got that trade we've seen before. When we see you know, Rates kind of pushing up here. We've got the 10 year above 1.61%. And then I look up and see my NASDAQ off 1.7%. That's a trade we've seen before. The direct correlation between the NASDAQ and Treasury yields. Treasury yields go up NASDAQ goes down and vice versa. And really, there's a question of whether this correlation makes sense. I mean, why is it that higher benchmark borrowing costs in the face of stronger growth means that tech stocks are going to sell off, is it just because they're too expensive? Or, you know, could they potentially break out again? When people start thinking about the apple car? And how many iphones you're still gonna have her by when you actually start moving around? Forget them places and restaurants and things? Yeah, exactly. Next time he goes to the point I asked, you know, the Strategist. Now the world like you know, the Gina Martin Adams and delivering intelligences Boy, this rotation traders really worked, You know, since September, and the question I have is, that's great. But how long is those type to those types of trades last? You know, I could buy some apples. Stick it in my 41 k not look at it for 10 years. Can I do the same for industrial company? Yeah, can you is, basically Is this just a recovery? Or is this a boom? And that's one of the largest questions facing frankly, the market. The Ranger that this year we start to try to look out into 2022 even 2023. It's pretty cloudy it is so we've got some some big GDP numbers like you to come for the remainder of this year's We listen to the economist Good earnings growth. Then the question becomes 22 23. And that reopening trade. How broad is it? How would the economy.
Gunmen Attack School and Kidnap 30 Students in Nigeria
"Officials in northwest Nigeria say around 30 male and female students are missing after being abducted from a college outside Kaduna City from Abuja. His exact Khalid Witnesses say the gunman stormed the federal College of Forestry mechanization on the outskirts of Kaduna City, opened fire and kidnapped a number of students from their dormitories. In the morning, Parents and relatives gathered at the college trying to know the fate off the students somewhere wailing. Some of the students had managed to escape during the attack. It's tough, told the BBC. There were around 300 million female students, most of them adults in the school. It's located near the Nigerian Defense Academy, the country's main military training institution.
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"Douglas County going to return to the classroom full time later in the month earlier in the week, the school board making that decision to send middle and high school kids back starting in March 22nd. Now that means it will have been one full year since students were in the classroom full time in about 30 minutes. We'll talk to your mom and Doug Coe about it. But right now, let's take a look at the decision with Douglas County School Board president David Ray. Good morning. Good morning. What went into the decision? Were you looking at certain covert stats and then deciding? Okay, this makes sense now. Absolutely. When we fall the down we're trying to the metrics of the positivity rate and the Number of incidents for 100,000. We really will please really felt like that. We could get our students back in a safe manner. I know prior to the vote last night that you heard from students opposed to it and some in support of returning as well. What concerns those that aren't comfortable coming back? What concerns that they have. They are still concerned about social distancing piece which definitely more challenging. When you have all student back in the classroom. I mean, some of our classrooms have 30 students. And so I think that we grilled into their heads that social distance at such a critical medication that that causes some nervousness but certainly heard from Dr Douglas last night and track County health. That masks hand washing, staying home when you're sick. Those are far more effective strategies to ensure that the transmission is not occurring. So, um so yeah, I think we call our students will split. 50 50 in terms of whether or not they were feeling good about coming back or would prefer to stay in the hybrid model. So compared to let's say a year ago. What will be different when they go back to school in a in a couple of weeks, will you ADM. Or lunches? As you said, they're still gonna have to be wearing masks and social distancing. Right? So how does that work under this? This new framework? Yeah. I think we got some reassurance from Dr Douglas that, you know, even a 3 FT. Social distance is still still ineffective state for for students, but I think the other things that were bad. I mean students. Certainly our principles and staff have been incredible, they've added You know, staggered schedules in terms of passing periods. Directional hallways worth only one way down a certain stairwell were able to do more targeted quarantining too. So what that means really is that we have students with when we do see in charge. We can really Contract trade and make sure that those students who are close to someone that maybe did test positive are the ones that quarantine is opposed to the entire class. So I think those additional things and certainly our teachers are vaccinated now or will be after spring break. And so that was also a huge factor as well. I was going to say, Do you have the buying from the teachers? And on top of that, when we talked to educators in in organizations that represent them? Their big concern is the vaccinations but also concerns about having the infrastructure and literal physical support. To keep the school's clean The janitorial staff those sorts of things having were you able to address that? Do you have those at your disposal to open up safely? You bet. I mean, I think that was one of the things that we did. Folks in early on is is that Making sure that all high touch areas are disinfected on a routine regular basis. And so I do feel like that. We did that early on and really feel like our staff had that confidence that that was really a priority for them. Um, I think again. It's a split perspective that anyone who you are and what your level of tolerance for risk is in terms of whether you feel good about returning or not. And so I don't think we necessarily saw this huge high percentages that let's do it, but I think all teachers from Day one, he said. We prefer have all students back as opposed to the kinds of things we're doing right now. There was an effort to recall the school board members over this issue, but it sounds like that's now gone by the wayside. Was that ever a serious threat? And was it all? Maybe in the back of your board members minds going into the vote? You know, it wasn't in our mind that serious threat because we we've been working on this plan since last summer, and so On drum that from the get go our desires always been to get kids back to some kind of someone's. The normal season is possible. So, um, you know, you know what? We've got people that you know, the emotions are high. Frustrations are there people wanted just to get back sooner than we did, Um, you know, in the recall effort, I think we just, um, reflection of some of that frustration that people were feeling But no, that's really wasn't a factor for us. This would have occurred regardless because we're just very methodical in terms of the criteria, the benchmarks that what need to be in place in order for our students to return. Douglas County School Board president David Ray. Thank you so much that Great to have you on this morning and ingest left 25 minutes. We'll talk to a mom and Douglas County as a mom in Douglas County. I'm super excited that they're going back to school full time you and in Chuck Clark, our intrepid reporter. I know his two girls. Probably the kids are excited by nine. No way. His parents there's fatigue with with having to be home from. Obviously the kids retire, seeing us all day to see definitely on Lee, you know, being in my house that's excited about us being home all the time is the dog. Yeah, I bet that way. They doc doesn't get anxiety. What are they gonna do? And everybody goes back to works? You know what? That'll be something. I'm sure we'll cover it. Some point with the pet psychologists saying Now that you're gone all the time. How do your pets reacting to the dog mental health? Exactly? 5 29 Year I Colorado's morning news is we check the drive on this early Thursday morning,.
"30 students" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"You hear the strain of a motor Every once in a while when somebody decides I'm sure this this Volkswagen beetle can make it down the alley, which some guy didn't to try to do in 2 Ft of snow. And, uh, help try to push him out. But he E. It drove like he was from Florida anyway, so get ready for the snow. I hope we get some so the kids can go sledding, something like that. We have a lot of things to get to, as always. It's never a dull moment. So we will cover a lot of ground to cover. Did you watch that Joe Biden Event last night on CNN. You just sitting there and you're watching this guy having senior moment after senior moment and you're told by the media, this is fine. Mrs. This is absolutely fine, this perfectly normal. As a matter of fact, this is good. This is a This is a return to normal scene. I didn't realize that we had presidents who were not there. We're not with it. But you know, I'm not that old. Some of the media apparently are 150 years old and they remember administration's long gone by where somebody rambling to themselves in the White House is is normal. So who's to say? But he, uh he took questions. No Republicans were in CNN's on Ian's, which is kind of like their viewership. But I found it odd. The president is coming out to talk to Americans. I want to be the president of all Americans, and then parent medical Republicans need not apply. Don't don't worry about that. It is possible that no Republican was aware of the fact that CNN was hosting this town hall because no Republicans watch CNN who would watch the berate you network. It's like You know, he has struggled with self esteem issues related to your weight. And then there's a network that just calls you fat. Why would you? Why would you flip that on? No matter how good shape you got, You're still the Pudgy kid from sixth grade with the mean nickname. So you just go. I'm not gonna watch that network. I don't need to think about it. They had to independence who allegedly voted for Donald Trump. But the questions were largely softball questions. They were about schools reopening and things like that, and When Cameron Harris is doing follow up. It's kind of telling That Joe couldn't both do a town hall last night and an interview with the Today show this morning, So they sent Kamila Harris out to do the Today show this morning and her Answer on the issue of when schools should reopen her when schools will be reopened is It's a master class and manipulation. So we will get to that coming up, But we've got to talk about first of all. Let me just say that schools re opening Somebody pointed this out on on the Twitter machine. It's important to note yet it shows the power of the unions and how beholden they are. Two Democrats. School re openings air up to not the federal government there up to the local governments, the states and the cities they did to determine Chicago to turn. That's why Mayor Lori Lightfoot in Chicago was arguing with the teachers unions for so long about opening schools. Navy It's up to them. The Democrats are beholden to the teachers unions for votes for money for lots of money and for poll workers. Schools are closed on election day across the country and in large place large places in large part Across the country. I remember as a kid election day was, you know, just the day that Jim was canceled. Is that was where the voting took place. That was it. It was the only difference. We were in school. Now. They shut down schools because they want the teachers union members to go out and I mean, work. The poles work the phones go door to door. Gather people they want They basically have a Publicly funded army. For the Democrat Party. That's what teachers become on Election day. By and large, you don't have to participate, but They're looking. They're watching. You know it. It's better if you just do it. You know that sort of thing. But now they shut down. And now the teachers unions shut down everything. They don't wanna go back to work. They don't have to go back to work there. No ramifications. There's no Democrat out there saying If you don't go back to work, we're gonna fire you. Just doesn't exist. No Democrat would say that kids the unions will fire back and say, OK, remember all that money we gave you? You're not going to get it next time. Suddenly they shut up pretty quickly. One of the things Joe said last night is about his reopening plan again keeping in mind that he all he can really do is throw money at the problem. Which unions love and Pressure. Public pressure. The bully pulpit. The power of the bully pulpit should never be underestimated. He can put pressure on teachers unions to say You should go back because then there'd be problems for the teachers, unions holding school Children hostage. Joe wasn't about to do any of that yesterday. He, uh he talked about the need and this is where it gets crazy before we get to any of the audio talked about the need to lower class sizes, the social distancing. It's weird how it went from. You need 6 ft of distance between you and other people. Or you should wear a mask when you can't socially distance. Now it has become stay 6 ft, away from everybody. And laminate your head. And that's it. Period. Just never go near anybody and where a scuba suit How did that happen? I don't know. And how is it that with people doing that that we still have viral spread? It is our people just engaging in the make out game walking up to random people whipping the mask off and kissing them. I don't think I haven't seen that. Was it Costco yesterday and I didn't come across anybody doing that. But Joe. Said that you know if he was making up the numbers, and he said he was making up the numbers, But the concept is the problem that imagine you have a classroom normally there 30 students in the class. But because of covert restrictions, you've got a limit that to 10 people because everybody needs a wide berth. Everybody needs their personal safety circle. And you need plexiglass hanging from the ceiling so that everybody feels like a hamster. I'm surprised they're not giving everybody a wheel to run in. As well. But you need the 6 Ft of distance. And so since the classrooms Are accommodating to 30 people you need therefore three classrooms to accommodate one class of 30 students now which also means Joe pointed out that they need to hire more teachers. Theoretically, that one classroom of 30 students Would require three teachers if you can quote unquote safely. Have 10 students per.
"30 students" Discussed on WTOP
"Jame You student to other students have minor injuries. The explosion we still is under investigation tonight appears to be a gas explosion took place about 30 yards from the finish line of a 10 miler race. James Madison says about 30 students from ROTC were nearby, taking part in that race. Families of men killed or injured after contact with law enforcement gathered in Maryland today with new demands for police reform. Tracy Shan's 49 year old brother, Leonard, was killed in 2019 by police in Hyattsville over 44 shots were fired at him. A Prince George's County grand jury declined to indict any of the officers responded to the call. Tracy organized a rally at the Forest Ville mall with six demands for Prince George's County executive Angela Alsobrooks. She said she hopes her brother is looking down, saying Reggie out here fighting You know, he'd be proud that I'm out here Fighting. Teresi was joined with the value of Maryland and almost a dozen other local advocacy groups. Valerie Bonked. W T. O P News. The types of crimes being reported have changed during the pandemic. In Montgomery County, there was a sharp drop in crime calls when the pandemic started. Then they started seeing changes in the types of calls compared to a normal year for crime categories are down other than homicide and aggravated results or up a CZ. Well, Montgomery County Public assistant chief Danish Patil speaking to them. Emery County Public Safety Committee. Residential burglaries air down 8.4%, But commercial burglary is going on on this 30% 29 point or domestic violence calls have been down since the pandemic started, but there's been an uptick in severe and more violent domestic violence cases, according to Assistant Chief Ronald Smith and idiotically. What we were also seeing is more cases turning up in our hospitals involving child abuse with more serious outcomes, the more serious physical abuse cases Unfortunately with kids at home, people who may see and report abuse aren't in contact with those Children, and they're at home with their abusers, with no one to intervene. Michelle Morello w. T. O P News summary County, one of the largest and most diverse counties in Maryland, as the highest number of reported hate and bias incidents in the state. That's according to a new report compiled by Maryland State police. Montgomery County had the most reports of hate crimes and bias incidents with 108 in 2019 and Randall County had the second highest with 81 cases. It's George's County had the fourth highest number of incidents. The report by the Maryland state Police includes cases categorized as inconclusive, meaning the motive couldn't be determined definitively. Most verified incidents involved vandalism and verbal intimidation. A total of 385 cases were documented statewide. With 16 arrests made. Maryland State lawmakers passed new legislation that went into effect this month. It makes it illegal to intimidate or threaten anyone. With symbols, including nooses or swastikas. Kate Ryan w. T. O P News, Arlington County is about to make a major effort to address race and how it affects the way the county goes about its business. The county is working with the group challenging racism, an organization that has been working in Arlington County since 2000 for the goal is to tackle difficult conversations about race, including how zip codes determined both race and wealth and other issues involving health, education and transportation. The six online program Last two hours each and will begin at the end of the month. Arlington County Board chair Libby Garvey, pointing to just the difficulties of getting a bus stop in the predominantly black neighbourhood, surrounded by major roads, she says other topics include the issue of having privilege and what it feels to have less of it. Del Walters w T o P News sports at.
"30 students" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Have caught the person who sent a letter with Rice in a poison to President Trump. He was taken into custody at the Canadian border. The FBI announces its arrested a woman with a gun at the New York Canadian border in connection with a suspicious letter that was sent to President Trump that the White House. The letter was intercepted before it got to the President Associated Press reporting that the letter contained the poison rice in three law enforcement officials telling the AP that customs and border protection officers of the Peace Bridge crossing near Buffalo took the woman into custody. As correspondent chunks. Iverson Attorney General Leticia James announcing big changes in the release of body camera footage. It will be made available to the public. Mork quickly to changes to how police body cam footage will be released following the death of Daniel Prude in Rochester, New York, Starting immediately, Thie Office of Attorney general will now be proactively releasing video footage. To the public on our own. We will no longer wait for local authorities to determine when videos should be made available to the public. New York State Attorney General Letitia James making that announcement after meeting with prunes family on what would have been his 42nd birthday. Prue died in March. But body camera footage wasn't seen by city officials until August. Line of buoys ABC News Another doormat Yukon being quarantine this after 12 new positive tests, including three at any hole and doing a good job being strict with keeping us separate. But definitely is a little nerve wracking that they're right next to us. About 30 students at the dorm. We're already in isolation. Now the entire building has been quarantined. And New York Governor Andrew Cuomo was extending the state's commercial eviction. Bannon next month moratorium has been in place since March and was supposed to expire today. It means businesses that can't pay their rents would face an eviction. But protective measures have been extended now until October 20th. This comes as restaurants around the city prepared to open their dining rooms by the end of the month, Mayor de Blasio encouraging companies to come up with reopening plans. 10 minutes.
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"One of your life election 2020 from ABC News. I'm Brian Clark. Members of the Senate are beginning to weigh in on President Trump's plan to nominate a Supreme Court justice before Election Day. This fight has just begun. That's Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren, speaking to a crowd outside the Supreme Court. She does not want that to happen. But Republican Senator Tom Tillis of North Carolina who is up for re election in November, said Saturday as a member of the judiciary Many I've seen the list of justice is he's going to nominate one of those justices. I'm gonna vote for their confirmation. ABC is Rachel Scott has moron who some of those justices could be the president, telling his supporters in North Carolina. He will nominate a woman. I will be putting forth the nominee next week. It will be a woman. Sources tell US three female judges are on his short list with conservative Judge Amy Cockney. Baird, emerging as an early front runner in 2017, the devout Catholic, was pressed by Democrats about her stance on Roe v. Wade during her confirmation hearing to serve on the federal bench. It's never appropriate for a judge to impose that judges Personal convictions, whether they derive from faith or anywhere else on the law. The U. S moving towards 200,000 deaths from Cove in 19 and ABC. Trevor on says Right now, schools have been a current hot spot outrage in Massachusetts after a student tested positive for covert 19 and their parents sent them to school anyway. 30 students in close proximity that day, all now in quarantine in Utah, where the state just reported a new record. Daily case. Total one high school reporting 40 positive cases. 500 students in quarantine. Some parents frustrated by A choice to go online on Ly for two weeks, areas of the Gulf Coast in Texas could see 15 inches of rain from Tropical Storm Beta. It's moving slowly towards the area. You're listening. To ABC News. Okay?.
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"Steady rain making right now through Boston at four o'clock worth 72 degrees in the city. Good afternoon. I'm Nicole Davis. And here's what's happening in the White House, pointing an accusatory finger a finger at Democrats today over stalled talks on a brand new stimulus package. Press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany accusing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of being reckless. Pelosi and her colleagues went home. This president remained hard at work. McEnaney, adding that Democrats are rushing back to D C during their recess to deal with what she calls a manufactured crisis over the postal Service. Now, the president has said the only way he'll lose theologian is if it's rigged. McEnaney was asked if that means he'll refuse to accept a losing tally has always said he'll see what happens on make a determination aftermath. It's the same thing he said last November. He wants a free election a fair election, and he wants confidence in the results of the election Speaker Nancy Pelosi today, saying President Trump's postmaster general has no intention of restoring male equipment. Or paying overtime hours he cut despite public outcry that the changes are undermining service before election Day. Pelosi says she told the postmaster General Lewis to joy in a phone call that his decision to temporarily paws any further changes is in her words wholly insufficient. For a one the American Academy of Pediatrics putting out guidance for reopening schools around the country. It says the ultimate goal should be to have students physically present at school. But it also said says, in many parts of the country with uncontrolled spread of the virus that just can't happen safely right now, the American Academy of Pediatrics calling on the federal government now to help areas with high levels of covert 19 spread. 402 college students making their way back to greater Boston. Now some residents making their case today to keep them home. The protesters stood on Packard AB on one side, the hole with Tufts University President Anthony Monaco on the other, a row of temporary margin of buildings on a tennis court built to quarantine students who test positive for the Corona virus. The protesters, residents of Somerville and med fruit who say they're worried about the risk to the neighbors of letting students returned to campus. I have a few homes right next to us contained 30 students, approximately 30 students in those three homes..