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Los Angeles Unified School District Launches Online But With Massive Testing, Tracing Push To Speed Return To Classrooms

All Things Considered

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Los Angeles Unified School District Launches Online But With Massive Testing, Tracing Push To Speed Return To Classrooms

"School District is planning to start classes in online on Ly mode this week. But the plan is to soon start slowly inviting folks to campuses for periodic test starting first with skeleton crews that are currently working on district campuses and eventually widening toe all employees and the students and there's a Big name signed on to this effort, Stanford Johns Hopkins to health insurance providers, Microsoft and then co chairing the task force to coordinate this effort is former U. S Secretary of Education Arne Duncan. Which sort of gives you a sense of just how ambitious this this programme is.

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Chicago to seek input from families before announcing school reopening plans

Steve Cochran

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Chicago to seek input from families before announcing school reopening plans

"They're Lightfoot has yet to announce school opening plans for CPS this fall. She says the district has created a framework that they want to get input from families before making any decision. Former education secretary and former Chicago public school CEO Arne Duncan Tells w. G. M's Roe, Conn. Districts have three options. One is that no one goes back to school to start the school year physically, which is what San Diego and Ella have decided today and other other folks have is well. Second would be to have everyone go back and third would be a hybrid situation. Teachers are concerned that even with the best safeguards in place in person learning won't be safe for students or

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"arne duncan" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:54 min | 5 months ago

"arne duncan" Discussed on Here & Now

"State University thank you so much for joining us, Ain't you? When world leaders to combat climate change in Paris back in two thousand fifteen, they agreed to cap global warming at one and a half. Degrees Celsius over pre industrial levels to avoid the disastrous effects of a hotter planet. Well now, the United Nations says we crossed that. That threshold in the next five years, let's bring in Kim. Cobb climate, scientist and professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology Kim Welcome. Thanks for having me. Yesterday's forecast is from the UN's World Meteorological Organization. It says there's a twenty percent chance that we'll see a temperature increase of at least one and a half degrees Celsius in one of the next five years. How significant is that information? Well, it's very significant of course, and this is just part of. Growing warming that has been occurring for decades now, and there's no reason for us to expect it to stop, but of course that one point five degrees Celsius marker is a line that was drawn in the sand at the United Nations level in two, thousand, fifteen, marking what was plausible at the time avoiding future warming rates, but also noting that beyond one point five, embracing a fairly large pile of risk, some of which we don't understand very well, so kind of bumping up against that threshold is really alarming, and of course expect across that in the very near future. What do you mean by large risk that we don't understand well well? Well we know that continued warming will bring some certain ts to us. rising seas, drier regions like California getting drier, more, wildfire, prone, and some of those wetter areas, being more susceptible to extreme precipitation, none of which is welcome, but some of the most scary kind of impacts longer term have to do with potential accelerations in the kind of climate impacts that we could be bringing to our doorstep. Things that are kind of the surprises we might see including real acceleration in a system that we of course would be unprepared for one and a half degrees Celsius was the threshold as we said that Paris, said in two thousand fifteen. Does. This data suggests that the pact just isn't working well. Obviously, we are letting one point five degrees. Celsius slip through our fingers. Despite the fact that as part of the one point five degree target, there was an entire report that provides a roadmap to bring that into reality, fantastic detail and also outlining. What's at risk if we set a new target for? For two degrees. Let's say the next round number if you will be on one point five, and that is what is most alarming is from a scientific perspective. We have the data. We have the knowledge and yes. We have not acted upon it. So what would we have to do in order to make sure that it doesn't slip through our fingers.

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Students may not get "the true college experience" this year

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

03:00 min | 5 months ago

Students may not get "the true college experience" this year

"While the Corona virus sweeps the nation colleges and universities of figuring out how to keep the pandemic. From reaching their campuses as they prepare for the upcoming academic school year. Alonso Har, a rising junior at Princeton, plans to take his college classes nearly 7000 miles from campus. After traveling to South Korea for an internship earlier this year. He's decided to stay. I don't know if it would be The best idea to go back and you know completely exposed myself in the environment. If people knife and now everyone's going to get seriously, including college students for instant, like many other schools will require everyone on campus to wear face coverings indoors at all times, except when students are in their assigned rooms don't have toe social distance and isolate. Everyone in their own room. It's just not really appealing. To me. It doesn't really feel like the true Polish experience. Incoming Harvard freshman Yasmin Bezos was excited over the university's announcement Monday that it will welcome 40% of undergrads to campus, including all freshman students will be tested every three days on campus. Start someone of a normal experience. Do you feel like you're taking a health risk by going back? Definitely not. Especially considering my age. If I was a lot older, I'd be concerned. Some faculty, parents and health experts have expressed concerns about the virus spreading quickly among Social college students. Last week, More than 100 students living in fraternity houses near the University of Washington reported testing positive for Cupid, 19 The Chronicle of Higher Education looked at the campus reopening plans at more than 1000 schools. 60% plan to return to an in person semester. 9% will continue all remote learning. In 24% will offer a mix with the others. Still deciding. Schools also have to consider that students may not want to pay full tuition toe learn online universities are absolutely under financial pressure, but that cannot be the driver. What happens, The health and safety are students, faculty stare administrators. That has to be first and foremost, a former U. S. Secretary of education. Arne Duncan says he understands students frustrations and hopes they will see the big picture. Let me clear. This is one false. This is one single fall, and we have to be willing to do the right thing to get through this to get to the other side. So our next fall on the next full after next ball after that would be much better from now. If there's a campus outbreak, CDC officials advise shutting down buildings In fact, in working with local health officials to trace contacts in the community spread is substantial. They advise. Making sure that those in person classes are suspended for a much longer period of time that CBS's mega Oliver

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"arne duncan" Discussed on In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt

In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt

02:56 min | 6 months ago

"arne duncan" Discussed on In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt

"So. Parents comfortable with some uncomfortable truths, okay, one of them is that they may not be a single best answer from a science standpoint, and therefore the uncomfortable truth is, we may be going into the fall doing the best we can without a reliable answer and I know that's frustrating for parents, but that may be in fact where we are. I think it's one hundred percent where we're going to be. Even more explicitly than you did. There was not a single best answer here and your host is trying to physical college campus this fall. My daughter's trying to go to physical college campuses fall in. We don't know whether that's going to happen. It may happen. It may not if it does happen, she may have to return home. It's point things may have to close down and so we have to be to your point, which is really important one. We have to be very We have to get used to that almost a comfortable..

Peter Strzok fired from FBI: Special agent texted about his dislike for Trump

1A with Joshua Johnson

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Peter Strzok fired from FBI: Special agent texted about his dislike for Trump

"Longtime FBI, agent Peter Struck, has been fired. Over his anti-trump text messages struck lost. His job last week but NPR's Carrie Johnson reports that is fine Firing was not made public until now a lawyer for Peter Struck says the counterintelligence agent was. Fired late Friday the lawyer says the FBI deputy director ordered the dismissal overruling recommendation for. A sixty day suspension strikes text messages about political candidates with an FBI lawyer were uncovered by the inspector general but he says, there's no, evidence has personal views, ever affected, his work, on the Clinton. Email investigation or the Russia probe strokes lawyer. Says the firing is the result of political pressure and he says it departs from typical FBI.

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Arne Duncan on "Face the Nation," August 5, 2018: Public education and 'big lies'

Public Affairs Events

01:39 min | 2 years ago

Arne Duncan on "Face the Nation," August 5, 2018: Public education and 'big lies'

"A moment with former secretary of education under President Obama Arne Duncan Get his take on what's working what's not working when. It comes to CBS his, face the nation continues now we're back with former education secretary Arne Duncan he's, the author of a new book, how schools work coming out this week Thank you for joining us The opportunity is interesting reading this because you find out more. About you personally as well I don't think a lot of people knew you played professional basketball for. Two year long time ago it was a lot of fun chance. System colors and personal, anecdotes but you also really it's not so, much about how schools work but really an indictment. Of how schools aren't working it's a very critical take in this book about the education system and you say the. Education system runs on lies what? Do you mean by that, that's tough statement to make but let me just give you. A couple of those on, we say we value education but. We never vote on, education never hold politicians accountable local state or national. Level for getting better results higher graduation rates. More people graduating from college, we say we value teachers. But we don't pay. Teachers we don't support them we don't mentor them the. Way they need, to do they're. Incredibly important tough complex work and maybe the toughest life me, market is that we say we value kids. And we've raised a generation Of young people teens who have been. Raised on mass shootings and, gun violence and that simply doesn't. Happen another nation so, I don't look at what people say I look. At their actions I look at their policies. I look at their budgets, in our values don't reflect. The we care about. Education we.

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"arne duncan" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"arne duncan" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"We are back now with more, of our conversation with former secretary. Of education Arne Duncan, good to have you on we've been talking about. This book you just wrote an in it You're very critical of the state of our schools right now you say, there's a. Lot more work to? Be done one specific criticism you say it's there's a distinction between. Proficiency and growth when you're measuring how students actually perform ISE. Not everyone understands that including the current secretary of education. Betsy DeVos what do you mean so I'm interested in is, how much students are improving each, year so proficiency, is, just an. Absolute basis where you are today, I wanna know how much you're getting better each year so if you're learning to use. A, material for years instruction that's amazing work by the. Child but more importantly great great work but that teacher we have to we need to recognize that? Reward that pretty basic concept for folks who work in education unfortunately the current secretary of education. Didn't understand that one and what exactly is it that you think she is. Failing to. Understand or follow through on. Here because she has kept a. Number of the Obama administration programs It's interesting you probably. On the news is from us is a crazy metaphor that, week ago her yacht was found, adrift forty million, dollar, yacht just. Out there and for me that's, sort of represents where they are in terms of education policy there isn't one what is. Your, personal wealth have to do it doesn't have anything. To do with that it's just it hurt the policies adrift there's nothing out there of substance we? Should have some concrete goals as a nation I would argue High quality access to pre cake for every single child. We got high school graduation rates to eighty four percent they should be trying to get that to ninety percent we should. Try to lead the world in college completion none of those are on the radar they talk about small things and that for me is selling our nation's short this is? A, great educations are, way to have a stronger economy we have to educate our way to better economy you don't hear any of that we. Don't have big goals that should be bipartisan. Nonpartisan one of the things that they current secretary has been, an advocate for in the past or school vouchers also school choice what is it specifically that you. Have, a problem with when it. Comes to using some. Of these public fundings in essence to allow Sinn students to go to private schools yes I, think again public money should be used to support public schools and. That could be, traditional schools that could be high performing charter schools I don't care. The name of. The school I just want more high performing? Schools less dropped out fast come as a. Reflection in some ways of greater parental. Involvement if they're trying to take. That option I we're all for parental involvement I. Think public Don Should be used to support high quality public. Education the vast majority of our children in our nation. Always have and always will go to public schools we. Have to make sure those are absolutely strongest possible I. Should I think we need a different. Model we need to think about a a pre k. to fourteen model we've. Had a k. through twelve model for one hundred years I think. That's a little outdated we have to start earlier. A high school diploma is great. Is not enough you've got to think about some form. Of higher education community college for universities beyond that as well in the book you make a point that we're not training. Children to enter the current workforce it's more sort of factory worker mentality what is it that you think needs to be added here how we think critically how we work? In, teams how we, solve problems those are the kinds of skills that all employers have looking for not rote memorization not just in class you'll. Memorizing thanks and again this wears these are. Places where we could go much much, further and do it, with a real sense of urgency for me the competition is. In other countries is can we do. It, or he ourselves if we. Can do that are Extrordinary. We just have to give them a better chance we have to. Meet them halfway when you were secretary. Of education the tragedy in sandy hook happened we've seen yet another. Tragedy on President Trump's watch now Marjory stoneman Douglas shooting and. Those teenagers have become very politically. Active on the heels of. That but equally very little change at the federal. Level all really at the local is that what the expectations should be that communities have to figure. Out how to fix this issue themselves no I think we all have to do this and. I will say Margaret this is our. I think our greatest failing is that we don't value the? Lives of our children, children other nations don't die, like they do here. And the sandy hook massacre was the worst day of President Obama's. Presidency was our, worst day there he, went out the. Next day, to visit families the vice president I went down a couple of days later none of us ever anticipated twenty babies. And five, teachers and a principal being slaughtered in, the fact that we got nothing done zero in terms of gun, legislation After that is heartbreaking. I've been very pessimistic on. That issue but the students in parkland Florida have given me a real sense of hope in young people? Whether, it's in parkland with it spec home Chicago beyond people I'm working with, here in DC. As I said earlier we've raised a generation of teens on mass shootings on gun. Violence we have failed as adults and parents to protect them and they're saying they're not going to tolerate and I'm actually very very hopeful the young. People are going to lead our nation where we. As adults have. Failed to take them and that's a place. Free of trauma and free. Of fear the book is how schools work Arne Duncan thank you very much for joining us we'll be right back with our panel Eighty. Seven degrees, partly cloudy at the broadcast center in. Spring garden heading down to seventy five News time nine thirty, two traffic and, transit on the twos and as we take a look into the Mealey's furniture jam, Kansas styles you'd love for less a lot of things status quo right now across the, region seventy six eastbound Schuylkill, expressway got. A crash in the left lane right at the boulevard four fifty two market street Delaware County that is closed in both directions between meeting house in ninety. Five for an accident crash. Investigation a little further, north on ninety five at south broad street that exit is also closed now westbound Schuylkill. 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"arne duncan" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"arne duncan" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"There were congressional candidates at least one of them who was requesting help from goose for which has been linked of course by the special. Counsel to the Russian meddling effort do you have any indication who that congressional candidate was or if they are currently in congress Well I can only talk about the public reporting and this certainly was. A lot of public reporting about Russian hacking involving Florida candidates for congress and. Florida incumbents and of course this is a great concern in terms of the midterms they not only hacked the DNC but they hacked the d triple c two years ago we tried to get the Republican campaign committee to agree that if a foreign power intervened as they did in two thousand sixteen. That we would rejected that neither party would exploit it we weren't able to get. That agreement from the GOP in two thousand sixteen we really need to develop, that kind of national consensus for the midterms that no matter who a foreign power may intervene on behalf of both parties have to agree not to, exploited I and I think one of the chief impediments to getting to that agreement is the president of the United States you, I know, I've been traveling the country helping to raise money. For Democrats successfully I hear more than three and a half million so far when you are Speaking across the country do you talk about the Russia probe and. Do you advise those were running for office to be speaking about it publicly I don't advise people running for office, around the country to focus on the Russian vested Gatien I urge. Them to focus on what they're gonna do to put bread on. The table what they're going to do to make sure that constituents have healthcare I certainly get questions. About it, when, I travel. Around the country and the overarching point that, I tried to make is what the Russians did was not in, isolation the Russians yes they intervened they had a preferred candidate in our election but they've been interfering in Europe and elsewhere for a long time and this part of a global attack on the very idea of liberal democracy and comes at a. Time where we see a real rise of autocrats around the world and America needs once again to be the champion of. Democracy and human rights and that's the context I always try to emphasize this is much bigger than the last election. Or even the next election there is, a real risk to the very idea of liberal democracy right now in the world But does it give. You pause when you hear the allegations that this is viewed as a witch hunt when you are campaigning and fundraising does. It give you pause to speak about this probe at risk of giving fodder to that argument Well I certainly I think feel public responsibility as I do on television as well as when I do in private to try, to inform the public, about what Russia's doing the risk it poses to our democracy but also Margaret I frankly talk a lot more. About the risk to our democracy from this administration in a lot of what you talked about with Kellyanne Conway and that is I think? We're seeing the most comprehensive attack on the freedom of the press in the United States in memory I think we're seeing an effort to undermine the independence of our Justice department to denigrate our judiciary I talk a lot more on the, campaign trail about the threat, to our democracy. From within than anything that the Russians are capable of doing congressman thank you for joining us this morning we'll be back in a moment, with former secretary of, education under President Obama Arne Duncan is take on what's working what's not working.

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Freight train derailment suspends inbound and outbound light rail service in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Love and Relationships with Joyce Littel

01:59 min | 2 years ago

Freight train derailment suspends inbound and outbound light rail service in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

"Newsroom on news talk, thirteen eighty NBC News, Radio I'm AP herald the sunshine state's junior Senator, hedges, his, bets, on the Russia probe on Fox News Sunday Florida Republican Marco Rubio says he. Doesn't expect Robert Muller to drop any Oval, Office bombshells if there was evidence strong evidence of collusion, I guarantee you it would have been leaked by now, but let's wait for the process to play. Itself out but he doesn't want Donald Trump to fire anybody I believe is in the best interest of the president of the United States of America and the American people for that investigation to. Run the course for all the truth, to come out meanwhile on CBS his face the nation former education secretary Arne Duncan. Says the Trump. Administration gets an f regarding school. Improvement the policies adrift there's nothing out there of substance we should have some concrete goals as the nation and, via shot. At the personal wealth of current education secretary Betsy DeVos he elaborates Here's a, crazy. Metaphor that about. A week ago her yacht was, found adrift forty million dollar yacht just out there, and, for, me, that's sort of represents where they are in terms of education policy there isn't. One at least thirty seven people are dead, after a massive magnitude seven point zero earthquake struck the, Indonesian island of Lombok near Bali officials have since lifted, eight soon NAMI warning pro football hall of. Famer Robert Brazil shares of memory of his late college teammate and fellow canton inductee a man known as sweetness Walter Payton with bringing scouts all over this turned out to be great for Walter. Because we was making history two first, round draft pick from a historical black college university a freight train has derailed in. Pittsburgh the port. Authority of Allegheny county said the. Derailment happened this afternoon in the city's south shore neighborhood no word yet on possible injuries the Taliban claimed responsibility, for Sunday's. Suicide bombing That killed three NATO soldiers in the eastern part of Afghanistan you're listening..

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"arne duncan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"arne duncan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Has, the White House party tends to lose the metrics The Democrats get in, your taxes you get a crime all over, them as you get on people warring address but in terms of what's going on behind the scenes. To prepare for the midterms the. President's message is. Less clear last week a dramatic presentation. From top national security. Leaders underscored the administration's determination to. Keep the Russians from interfering we acknowledged the threat, is real it is continuing our democracy itself is in the crosshairs this. Is a threat we need to take extremely. Seriously we're not going to accept meddling in the elections but that's sharp warning was, undermined by, the president himself. Just hours later now we're being hindered by the Russian hopes At last. Night's rally for a congressional candidate in Ohio the, president appeared to be back on message and even expanded we gotta stop. And badly we gotta stop everybody from attacking But there. Are a lot Russia's there China's But, they've, probably, we'll talk with White House counselor Kellyanne Conway plus. The top democrat on the. House intelligence committee Adam Schiff about elections security then as, America's students had back to school this month we'll take a look at the. State of, education with former secretary of education Arne Duncan we'll have political analysis on all, the news coming up on face the. Nation.

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Syria: Humane evacuations

Morning Edition

01:56 min | 2 years ago

Syria: Humane evacuations

"From. NPR news in. Washington I'm Dave Mattingly President Trump says he misspoke when he questioned the conclusion of US intelligence that Russia interfered in the twenty sixteen election Crump's remarks in. Helsinki alongside Russian president Latimer Putin have been widely condemned by Democrats and. Republicans in Syria today state TV says thousands of people are being evacuated. From two Shiite villages the siege. For years by rebels NPR's lemon l. says it's part of a deal with the Syrian government in. Exchange for allowing evacuations the Syrian government is expected to release. Hundreds of rebel prisoners a similar deal was reached, in two thousand seventeen but the bombing of a bus during the evacuation killed about one. Hundred and twelve people former President Obama's education secretary wasn't Florida last night to talk about school shootings and how to respond as Jessica Bateman with member station w. l. RN reports he, visited a community where seventeen people were shot to death. At a high school in February. Arne Duncan is moving forward with a radical proposal he tweeted about in may after the school shooting. In Santa Fe Texas a national boycott of public schools he. Met with parents near parkland Florida on Tuesday night, to start planning it could last for a day or maybe longer and happen as soon. As September he says the goal is to create tension that will influence the midterm elections and produce stricter gun laws I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington I'm, Robin, young President Trump says he supports. One party his intelligence agencies but didn't believe claims that another party Russia. Was behind cyber attacks I will say this I don't see any reason why it. Would be, but I really do want to see the server but I have I have confidence in both. Parties next time here now Underway later, this morning at eleven on k. q. e. d..

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"arne duncan" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"arne duncan" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Giving power to the local, level, clause, I, exception but in places like Turkey, Iran Russia China these places all have centralized minute ministries of education that. See no qualms about controlling every aspect, of education so US secretary, of education Arne Duncan a few years ago said we need to look to China as a model of of educational. System because they do really fantastic, on standardized tests they've got something called the gal. Which is the con- college entrance exam and it it s actively determined which ten percent of Chinese students will go to college and ninety percent of Chinese students won't go to college Or at least good kind of colleges it's a very. Care middle structure we're just, a, very, top, are saved and everybody else is, in big trouble and you know from my perspective to gal cows an. Awful exam because it doesn't respect different kinds of intelligence that different, skill sets that young people possess and you know every year when the gal cow the results are now kids across. China commit suicide God notion that, we much pressure yeah under pressure and disappointment and. You know they disappointed their families they've lost face in front of their friends and family and so you know it's it's it's crazy It's crazy and. You know some pe- some people want America to have that kind, of system and I say no way you know there's there's certain great aspects, of American and, they're things. Like freedom and diversity and respecting lots, of different types of ways of living and yeah I I think that I think the trend to, make American education more like Chinese education. Is insane nNcholas told me about. Your thoughts about trying to game affi-, education turn everything into a video game. Yeah so you, see this is, in line with the with the general trend to get students on computers for more and more of the gay and it. Starts with kindergarten, and one of my classes at, Fordham I how students actually do the, video games. That are being pitched to kindergartners. And, they're very very simple. But what effect, is that you know. Puts teachers in the in the background and so in. Some in some schools, there, they, are really Pushing the limits of class size because there's just one teacher and just a a large. Group of students, all staring, at ipads, so that's one version of the education thing another is that people want to say that you can use games as a way to. Measure intelligence, and, I don't know if you're familiar with this game four night but it's you know it's spreading. It's spreading the like wildfire among young people and lots of teachers, are saying their students can't concentrate. In. School because all, they do is play fortnight outside of school and they talk with their friends about it and what it is is you're. Drunk you dropped from an airplane and with a lot of other, players in the goal is to kill the other players and you collect weapons, and you devise, strategies to. Kill other people in the game Heather, teaching kids this well so they're they're not you know school to my knowledge is, using this but Stanford just, came out with this new report sort of saying listen, you know when kids play it they learn about angles and they learn about jumping you know when they jumped they have to. Figure out the angle so I guess you. Could argue that it's the learning some mass along the way and teachers can harnessed kids interest in. Fort night as a way to to learn about things and they, can are, you know, science or. Geography or something and kids are learning social, skills by playing with other kids and points you want to say listen you know school is is something different than playing, video games and it just feels the lack. Of seriousness for my perspective about the. Education conversations we're having in. This country if you think if you think fortnight has educational value you've lost sight of, what the value of, education is we used to have a teacher nNcholas that would, love to run movies in, class and, you know, it ate, up seventy five percent of his his, class Time when we movie, I think he, was, show like, three a week out, of a five day schedule I mean he just, sat back, and we watched, movies yeah no I had I had..

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"arne duncan" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"arne duncan" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Pretense or a little pretense of giving, power to the local level Finland's clause, I exception but in places like Turkey Iran Russia China these places all have centralized minute ministries of education that she no qualms about, controlling every aspect, of, education so US secretary of education Arne Duncan a few years ago, said we need to look to China as. A model of of educational system because, they, do really, fantastic on standardized tests they've got something called the gal cow, which, is a con college entrance, exam and it's affectively. Determines which ten percent of Chinese students will go to college and ninety Eighty percent of, Chinese, students won't go to college or at least good kind of colleges it's a very pyramidal structure where just. A very top are saved, and, everybody, else, is in big trouble and you, know from my perspective to gal cows an awful exam because it doesn't. Respect different kinds of intelligence that different skill sets that young people, possess and you know every year when the Dow the results are now kids across China commit suicide notion that much. Pressure yeah under pressure and disappointment and, you know disappointed their families they've lost, face in front of their friends and family and so yeah no it's it's it's crazy It's crazy and you know some pe- some people want, America to have that kind of system and I say no way you know, there's a great, aspects of. America and there things like freedom and diversity and respecting lots of different types of ways of living and, yeah no I think that I think. The trend to make American education more like Chinese education is insane. NNcholas told me about your thoughts about trying to game affi- education, turn everything into a video game yeah. So you see, this is in line with the with the general trend to get students on computers for more and more of the day and it starts. With kindergarten and, one of my classes at Fordham I have students actually do the, video games that are being pitched. To, kindergartners and they're very. Very simple but, what effect is. That puts teachers in the in the background and so. In some, in, some, schools they. Are really Pushing the limits, of class size because there's just one teacher and just a a. Large group of, students all, staring at, pads so that that's one version of the education thing another is that people want to say that you can use games as. A way, to, measure intelligence and I don't know if you're familiar with this game fortnight but it's spreading it's. Spreading the like wildfire among young people and lots of teachers are, saying their students can't concentrate in. School. Because all they, do is play fortnight outside of school and they talk with their friends about it and what it is is your you're. Dropped from an airplane and with a lot of other players in, the goal is to kill the other players and you collect weapons and you, devise strategies to, kill other. People in the game teaching kids this well so they're they're not you know school to my knowledge is, using this but Stanford just came out with this new report sort of, saying hey listen you know when kids play it they learn about angles and they learn about jumping you know when they jumped they have to figure out the angle so I. Guess you could argue that it's learning some math along the way and teachers can harnessed kids interest. In fortnight as a way to to learn about things and, they can are. You know science or geography or something can't, learning social skills by playing with other kids and you want to say listen you know school is is something different than, playing video games and it just feels the lack of seriousness from my perspective, about the education conversations we're. Having in this country if you think if you think fortnight has educational value you've lost, sight of what the, value of education is we used to have a teacher that would love to run, movies in, class and, it ate, up seventy five percent of his his, class Time, when we saw a movie and I think he would show like three a, week, out, of a, five day schedule I, mean he just sat back and we watched movies, yeah no, yeah.

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"arne duncan" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"arne duncan" Discussed on KTRH

"Of education they make no pretense or, a little pretense of giving power to the local level Finland's. Clydes I exception but in places like Turkey Iran Russia China. These places all have centralized minute ministries. Of education that she no qualms about controlling every aspect of education so, you, secretary of education Arne Duncan a few years ago said we need, to look to China as a model of. Of educational system because they do really, fantastic on standardized, tests they've got something called the cow cow which, is, the college college entrance exam, and it it's effectively. Determined which ten percent of Chinese students will go to college and ninety Eighty percent of. Chinese students won't go to college or at least good kind of colleges it's a very middle structure where. Just a very top are, saved, and, everybody, else is in big trouble and, you know from my perspective the gal cows and awful exam because it. Doesn't respect different kinds of? Intelligence that different skill sets that young, people possess and you know every year when the gal cow the results are announced kids across China commit suicide notion. That we much pressure yeah under pressure, and disappointment and disappointed their families they've lost face in front of their friends and family and so you know it's it's it's crazy It's crazy and you know some you know some people want America to have that kind of system and. I say no, way you know there's certain great, aspects of America and there are things, like freedom and diversity and respecting lots. Of, different types of ways of living, and yeah, I I think that I think the trend to make, American education more like, Chinese, education, is insane Tell, me about your, thoughts about. Trying to game affi- education and turn, everything into a video game yeah so you see this is in line with the, with the general trend to get students on computers for more and more of the day and it starts with kindergarten and one of my, classes at Fordham I have students actually do the. Video games that are being pitched to kindergartners and they're very very simple but one effect is that, you know puts teachers in the in the background and, so in some in some schools, there they, are really pushing the limits of class size because there's. Just one teacher, and just, a large, group of students all staring at ipads so that that's one version of the education thing another is that people want to say that. You can, use, games as a way to measure intelligence and I don't know if you're familiar with this game Night but it's you, know it's it's spreading it's spreading the like wildfire among young people and lots of teachers are saying their. Students can't concentrate in school because all they do is play fortnight outside of school and they talk with their friends about it? And. What it is, is you're drunk you dropped from an airplane and with a lot of other players in the goal is to kill the. Other players and you collect weapons than you devise strategies to kill, other people in the game and they're teaching kids this well so they're they're, not you know, school to. My knowledge is using this but Stanford, just came out with this new report sort of saying any listen you know when, kids play it they learn about angles and they learn about jumping you know when they jump they have to figure out the angle so, I guess you could argue that it's their learning. Math along the way and teachers can harnessed kids interest in fortnight as a way to to learn. About things and they can are you know science or Geography or something, and kids are learning social skills by playing with other kids and point you want to say listen you know school is, is something different than playing video games and. It just reveals the lack of seriousness. From my perspective about the, education conversations we're having in this country if you think if you think fortnight has educational, value you've lost sight of what the value of education is we used to have, a teacher that would love to, run movies, in class, and you, know it ate up seventy five percent, of his his class time when we saw movie, I think he was show, like three, a week out of, a five day schedule I mean he just sat, back and, we watched movies, yeah no yeah I had I had..

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"arne duncan" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"arne duncan" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"No pretense or a little pretense of, giving power to the local level, Finland's close I exception but in places like Turkey Iran Russia China these places all have centralized. Minute ministries of education that she no qualms about controlling every aspect of, education, so US secretary of education Arne Duncan a few years ago said, we need to look to China as a. Model of of educational system because they, do really fantastic, on standardized tests they've got something called the gal, cow, which is college college entrance, exam and it's affectively. Determines which ten percent of Chinese students will go to college and ninety Percent of Chinese, students, won't go to college or at least good kind of colleges it's a very care middle structure where just. A very top are saved, and, everybody, else, is in big trouble and you, know from my perspective to gal cows an awful exam because it doesn't. Respect different kinds of intelligence that different skill sets that young people, possess and you know every year when the gal the results are now kids across China commit suicide God notion that. Much pressure yeah under pressure and disappointment, and disappointed their families they've lost, face in front of their friends and family and so you know it's it's it's crazy It's crazy and you know some pe- some people want America to, have that kind of system and I say no way you know there's certain, great aspects of, about America. And there things like freedom and diversity and, respecting lots of different types of ways of living and yeah no I I think, that I think the trend to. Make American education more like Chinese education is insane nNcholas tell me. About your thoughts about trying to game affi- education and turn everything into, a video game yeah so you see. This is with, the with the general trend to get students on computers for more and more of the day and it starts with kindergarten and one of. My classes at, Fordham I have students actually do the video games that are being, pitched to, kindergartners and they're very very. Simple, but one a fact is that, you know, puts teachers in the in the background and so in, some in some schools, there, they, are really Pushing the limits of class size because there's just one teacher and just a. A large group, of students, all staring, at ipads so that's one version of the education thing another is that people want to say that you can use games as a. Way to, measure, intelligence, and I don't know if you're familiar with this game four night but it's you know it's. Spreading, it's spreading the like wildfire among young people and lots of teachers are saying their students can't concentrate. In. School because all, they do is play fortnight outside of school and they talk with their friends about it and what it is. Is your you dropped from an airplane and with a lot of, other players in the goal is to kill the other players and you collect, weapons and you, devise strategies. To kill other people in the game Heather, teaching kids this well so they're they're not you know school to my knowledge is using this but Stanford just came out with this new, report sort of say hey listen you know when kids play they learned about angles and they learn about jumping you know when. They jump they have to figure out the. Angle so I guess you could argue that it's their learning math along the way and teachers can. Harnessed kids interest in fortnight as a way to to learn about, things and, they can, you know. Science or geography or something and came to, learning social skills by playing with other kids and point you want to say listen you know school is is something different, than playing video games and it just feels the lack of seriousness for my perspective about the education conversations. We're having in this country if you think if you think fortnight has educational value you've, lost sight of what, the value of education is we used to have a teacher, nNcholas that would love to, run movies, in class, and eight, up seventy five percent of his his, class Time, when we saw movie. I think he was show like three a, week out of, a, five, day schedule, I mean he, just sat back and we watched movies yeah no, yeah I, had I had, a similar experience and you know I..

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"arne duncan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"arne duncan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"A little pretense of giving power to, the local level Finland's clause I, exception but in places like Turkey Iran Russia China these places all have centralized minute ministries of education that she no qualms about controlling every, aspect of education, so, US secretary of education Arne Duncan a few years ago said we, need to look to China as a model. Of of educational system because they do, really fantastic on, standardized tests they've got something called the gal cow, which, is college college entrance exam, and it's affected Lee. Determines which ten percent of Chinese students will go to college and ninety Eighty percent, of, Chinese students won't go to college or at least a good kind of colleges at the very pyramidal structure. Where just the very top, are, saved, and, everybody else is in big trouble, and you know from my perspective the gal cows an awful exam because. It doesn't respect different kinds of intelligence that different skill sets that, young people possess and you know every year when the gal pal the results are now kids across China commit suicide. God notion that much pressure yeah under, pressure and disappointment and disappointed their, families they've lost face and for friends and family and so you know it's it's it's crazy It's crazy and you know some pe- some people want America to, have that kind of system and I say no way you know there's certain, great aspects of, American and. There's things like freedom and diversity and, respecting lots of different types of ways of living and yeah no I think that I think the trend to make American education. More like Chinese education is insane nNcholas told me about your thoughts about trying to gamma PHI education a turn everything into a video game yeah so you see this is in. Line with the, with the general, trend to get students on computers for more and more of the day and it starts with kindergarten and one of my. Classes at Fordham, I have students actually do the, video games that are being pitched to, kindergartners and. They're very very simple but. One, effect is that you know puts teachers in, the in the background and so in some. In some schools there, they, are, really put Pushing the limits of class size because there's just one teacher and just a a. Large group of, students all, staring at, ipads so that's one version of the education thing another is that people want to say that you can use games as a. Way to, measure, intelligence and I don't know if you're familiar with this game fortnight but it's you know it's. Spreading it's spreading the like wildfire among young people and lots of, teachers are, saying their students can't concentrate. In. School because all, they do is play fortnight outside of school and they talk with their friends about it and what it is is your. Job you dropped from an airplane and with a lot of other, players in the goal is to kill the other players and you collect weapons, and you devise, strategies to. Kill other people in the game hither, teaching kids this well so they're they're not you know school to my knowledge is using this but St. Sanford, just came out with this new report sort of saying hey, listen you know when kids play it they learn about angles and they learn about jumping you know when they jumped they have. To figure out the angle so I guess. You could argue that it's their learning math along the way and teachers can harnessed kids interest in. Fortnight as a way to to learn about things and they, can car, you know, science or. Geography or something and kids are learning social, skills by playing with other kids and what you want to say listen you know school is is something different than playing, video games and it just reveals the lack of seriousness from my perspective about the. Education conversations we're having in. This country if you think edge if you think fortnight has educational value you've lost sight, of what the value, of education is we used to have teacher nNcholas that would, love, to run movies in, class and, you know, it ate, up seventy five percent of his his, class time When we saw a movie I think he was show like, three, a, week out, of a five day, schedule I mean he just sat back and we, watched movies, yeah no yeah, I had I had.

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"arne duncan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"arne duncan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"So what's what's going on in, other countries is that other countries have ministries of education they they make no pretense or little pretense of giving power to the. Local level Finland's. Clause I exception but in places like Turkey Iran Russia China. These places all have centralized. Minute ministries of education that see no qualms about controlling every aspect of, education, so US secretary of education Arne Duncan a few years ago said, we need to look to China as a. Model of of educational system because they, do really fantastic, on standardized tests they've got something called the Gow, which, is college college entrance exam, and it it's affectively. Determined which ten percent of Chinese students will go to college and ninety Eighty percent of Chinese students won't go, to, college or at least good kind of colleges it's a very term middle structure where just a very. Top are saved and everybody, else, is, in, big trouble and you know from, my perspective the gal cows an awful exam because it doesn't respect different. Kinds of intelligence that different skill sets that young people possess and, you know every year when the gal cow the results are announced kids across China commit suicide God notion that we. Much pressure yeah under pressure and, disappointment and disappointed their families they've lost face. In front of their friends and family and so you know it's it's it's crazy It's crazy and you know some know some people want, America to have that kind of system and I say no way you know, there's certain great, aspects of. About America and there's things like freedom, and diversity and respecting lots of different types of ways of living and yeah I, I think that I think the trend. To make American education more like Chinese education is insane nNcholas told. Me about your thoughts about trying to game affi- education and turn everything, into a video game yeah so you. See this is, in line with, the with the general trend to get students on computers for more and more of the day and it starts with kindergarten. And one of, my classes at Fordham I have, students actually do the video games that, are being. Pitched to kindergartners and they're very. Very, simple but what effect is that, you know, puts teachers in the in the background and so in, some in some schools, there, they, are really Pushing the limits of class size because there's just one teacher and just a a. Large group of, students all, staring at, ipads so that that's one version of, the education thing another is that people want to say that you can use teams as a. Way to, measure, intelligence and I don't know if you're familiar with this game four night but you know it's. Spreading it's spreading the like wildfire among young people and lots of teachers are saying their students can't concentrate. In. School because all, they do is play fortnight outside of school and they talk with their friends about it and what it is is you're. Drunk you dropped from an airplane and with a lot of other, players in the goal is to kill the other players and you collect weapons, and you devise, strategies to. Kill other people in the game Heather, teaching kids this well so they're they're not you know school to my knowledge is, using this but Stanford just came out with this new report sort of saying hey listen you know when kids play it they learn about angles and they learn about jumping you know when, they jumped they have to figure out the angle. So I guess you could argue that it's the learning some mass along the way and teachers can. Harnessed kids interest in fortnight as a way to to learn about, things and they, can you. Know science or geography or something and kids, are learning social skills by playing with other kids and point you want to say listen you know school is is something, different than playing video games and it just. Reveals the lack of seriousness from my. Perspective about the education conversations. We're having in this country if you think if you think fortnight has educational value you've, lost sight of what, the value of education is we used to have a teacher, that would love to run, movies in, class and, eight up, seventy five percent of his his class, time When, we saw movie..

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"arne duncan" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"arne duncan" Discussed on KSRO

"No qualms about controlling every aspect of, education so US secretary, of education Arne Duncan if on standardized, tests they've got something called the gal cow which is college college entrance exam and it it's effectively determined which ten percent of Chinese students will. Go to college and ninety percent of Chinese students won't go to. College or at least good kind of colleges it's a very Middle structure we're just a very top are saved and. Everybody else, is, in big trouble and you know for my perspective to gal cows awful exam because it doesn't. Respect different kinds of intelligence that different skill sets that young people possess. And you know every year when the gal the results are now kids across China commit. Suicide God notion that much pressure yeah under pressure and disappointment and disappointed their families they've lost face in. Front of their friends and, family, and, so, you know it's it's it's crazy, it's crazy and you know some pe- some people want America to have. That kind of system and I say, no way you know, there's certain great aspects of about American, and there's things like freedom and diversity and respecting lots of different types of ways of living and yeah no I think that I think the. Trend to make American education more like Chinese education is insane nNcholas. Told me about Your thoughts about trying, to game affi- education turn everything into. A video game, yeah so you see this is in line with the with the general trend to get students on computers for more and more of. The day and, it starts with kindergarten one of my classes at Fordham I have, students actually, do the video games that. Are, being pitched to kindergartners and they're very very, simple but one effect is that you know puts teachers, in the in the, background, and, so in. Some in, some schools there they are really pushing the limits of class size because there's just. One teacher and, just a, a large, group of students all staring at I, pads so that that's one version of the education thing another is that people want to say. That you, can, use games as a way to measure intelligence and I don't know if you're familiar with this. Game fourth night but It's it's spreading it's spreading the like wildfire among young people and lots of teachers are saying their, students can't, concentrate in school because all. They do is play fortnight outside of school, and they talk with their friends. About. It and what it is is your drop you dropped from an airplane and with a lot of other players in the goal is to. Kill the other players and. You collect weapons and you devise, strategies to kill other people in the game teaching kids this well so they're, they're not you, know school. To my knowledge is using this but, Stanford just came out with this new report sort of saying hey listen you know, when kids play it they learn about angles and they learn about jumping you know when they jump they have to figure out the angle so I, guess you could argue that it's their learning math. Along the way and teachers can harnessed kids interest in four-night night as a way to to learn. About things and they can car you know science or geography or, something The kids are learning, social skills by playing with other kids and I want to say listen you know school is is something different than playing, video games and it just reveals the lack of seriousness from my perspective about the. Education conversations we're having in, this country if you think if you think fortnight has educational value you've lost sight of, what the value of, education is we used to have a teacher that would love to run movies in..

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"arne duncan" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"arne duncan" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Philvalentine how are you can find me on twitter and facebook mandate show where i did indeed receive a comment or two for a dozen on the fact that arne duncan this is the guy who was president obama's former education secretary he is now saying that what we need to do is we need to start boycotting the schools until gun laws are changed and so i went into this whole thing about how it was the obama administration who gave us the promise program and it was the promise program that they're trying to do and was going to retrace very briefly what the pro promise program was trying to do and this was something that the obama administration forced to mung forced to all the school districts around america there trying to end the school to prison pipeline and so what was happening is you've got all these are these kids are minorities and they're breaking the law breaking the rules at school and what president obama went into do was he just didn't like the fact that a lot of minority kids were being sent to prison right out of school well the problem is if they're breaking laws will then they got to go to prison i mean maybe you might wanna tell these kids to stop breaking the rules and stop breaking the laws but instead with the promise program did was it forced a lot of these schools to look the other way when these kids were committing these crimes again not only in school but also out of school as well so because of the promise program you had a lot of kids who were basically given carte blanche to do whatever it is that they wanted to do and they didn't have to suffer any consequences nncholas cruise the shooter in parkland florida was also one of those students that made it through the promise program something like fifty eight infractions this kid had and so for a lot of people they are now pointing to including a lot of teachers by the way that are pointing to the promise program implemented by president obama and by arne duncan the former education secretary for president obama it was something that was prevalent during the obama administration so guys sends me a note i and teachers all across america are saying that because of this program violence is on the rise because kids.

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"arne duncan" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"arne duncan" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Says the they are than it is absolutely worthy of having a special session for the fact that he is so adamantly opposed to it tells you how the lack of seriousness that he has because dayton has fourteen days in which to act on the bills headed to his desk the final outcome will stay cloudy as the governor considers his options but he repeated repeated vows to veto the tax bill and the hefty spending and policy bill which together comprise much of the major work product of lawmakers in dayton's final legislative session good good good luck sense from the washington post former education secretary arne duncan pub pushed a radical idea on twitter that parents should pull their children out of school until elected officials pass stricter gun control laws let's just you know what i'll take it even further let's just disband the entire public education system federal level and and put it all back in charge of local communities and in local jurisdictions i'm on board boards just take it even further i'm on board t know that most schools are pretty much wrapping up now i mean i am totally on board with address i think it's a fantastic idea let's just get rid of the department of education that we can solve this problem there you go until this problem is solved is still the yes the first week in june let's boycott school for three months so this is ridiculous is tweet came hours after the shooting rampage at a houston area high school on friday that killed ten people which you mentioned earlier in the five that was a mass shooting that came just three months after seventeen students and staffers were slain at marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland florida when peter cunningham a former former education department employees tweeted that it may be time for parents to pull their children out of school until gun laws are changed dunkin the education secretary under obama responded that his family quote is in wow he tweeted this is brilliant and tragically necessary what if no children went to school until gun laws change to keep them safe my family is all in if we can do this at scale parents will you please join us on this is a and this is a this is.

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"arne duncan" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"arne duncan" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

"To restore justice i mean i'd have to be favorite love restore restorative justice but in this case it means that one teenage boys commit felonies on school grounds they're not arrested what there are counseled by pierre by other students female students to act better than that teenage girl that sixteen year old girls likely is very very lucky to be alive tonight in two thousand fourteen when arne duncan created he created this memo that went out to public school teachers and administrators to say look we need to really cut down on the school to prison pipeline which is to me methodological because really what they don't want to talk about is is really the situation of the black family in america was broken we mow the vast majority of of of black children in this country airborne into single families single single household and mainly headed by women who work multiple jobs and don't have time for discipline the household and so you know we're we're surprised by this what arne duncan was essentially conveying to teachers you are racist when you when you give it attention or expulsion or a suspension to a child of color or child with the learning disability it's because you're racist not because they are truly truly disrupting the classroom is the thing that bothers me so much they always bury the lead we've got a crisis and black families and many other families in this country nobody wants to talk about the role of parents nobody wants to talk about the role of families we just dump it on teachers saying that they're racist and that we need to cut down on the prison pipeline but we don't ever talk about the family life of a lot of these kids which is really broken liberal democratic policies created the broken black and white family their policies in the seventies eighties and nineties calls fathers not to marry the mother of their children because government paid so when the liberal policies fail come up with nice coin words like restorative justice to make up for the.

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"arne duncan" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"arne duncan" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"I imagine so as far as the policy it was it was nationwide these these guidelines some counties decide to adopt them are mike he was one of them but as far as duncan and the superintendent they actually know each other pretty well arne duncan got the superintendent his job at the chicago public schools so as far as those guidelines being implemented venture they shared some of the same views but ultimately what the purpose of things that could pave your intervention program where i i wish i could tell you michael that's the million dollar question because a lot of times they probably push these programs as compassionate they'll say oh we have too many racial minorities going to prison and it's there's a school to prison pipeline or something like that and you say okay well that's not good at those people should stop committing crimes and that would be better nobody wants to see one demographic going to jail at a higher rate than some other demographic but is the solution they propose is just not to punish them but that isn't fair at all that's that isn't justice that's injustice you're treating some people differently for committing a crime than other people because of factors that really shouldn't have very much to do with it like uh the color of your skin or the neighborhood you come from or something like that yeah well what they throw around a lot is right to education with they often don't consider the right to safety and the right to life for those other students that have to be surrounded by these potentially violent students that that oftentimes you wouldn't be aware are in your classrooms.

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"arne duncan" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

Chapo Trap House

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"arne duncan" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

"You know arne duncan and michelle rhee are democrats in good standing tears unions have become villains blockage lead to the democratic party and a lot of liberals have have bought that line i think what's going on here is that the democratic party is now lergy that the party of the meritocratic professional class and i think at the it again in the certain mentality i don't think they regard teachers as part of the professional class i don't think they've i think they think the teachers don't belong in the professional class because they think they don't work hard enough or their skills arts specialize say don't work in the private sector well yeah and like i do think that there's something like arbor aaron reich has this term that we throw around a lot i don't know if we are actually like translated on the show but professional managerial class uhhuh and the democratic party is the party of the pmc now that is not the same thing has class and in a marxist sense where it's like you're working for wage because that includes a a huge number of people um however like it is a real social designation and it is an amazing indicator of like reactionary antiworker tendencies against people who would otherwise consider themselves at the very least uh you know leftish liberal uhhuh and i mean an a big part of epm see i've i think at least as relates to our attitudes towards teachers is largely in the liberal media class which is doubly funny because they regard what they do as some kind of special skill without over as being a teacher is it yeah right like fair enough if you're up the fucking heart surgeon or whatever yeah okay you've got a pretty special set of skills though took a long time to get but come on being a teachers way more of a special skilled and writing for a fucking newspaper yeah i mean you know how because i'm not doing it because lazy.

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