17 Burst results for "Board Of Education"

"board education" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:52 min | 3 months ago

"board education" Discussed on KTRH

"Travis and Prospect Park on Fountain View out of the $300 restaurants and nightclubs Houston police check this weekend. Those three refused to shut down for the governor. And I'm hoping that other businesses would not have to be added to this wall of shame. You shouldn't be in a crowded capacity shoulder to shoulder not wearing a mask. That simply is a formula to be infected. Turner does not have the authority to shut down the businesses. Instead, he's turning in their names to the T. ABC, which means they could lose their alcohol licence. Why it Goolsbee NewsRadio 7 40 Not all bar owners are taking it lying down. A group of them are planning a protest the Texas Capitol tomorrow or the latest Corona virus closures. Organizers of the dents say they believe governor Abbott is discriminating against bars by ordering them to shut down. Demonstration is supposed to start at 11 a.m. Tomorrow near the capital, Texas State board Education held a public hearing today on the first overhaul of health curriculum standards in the state more than two decades. This time there is a debate or sex education. Mary Elizabeth Castle with Texas values says We should stick to the basics, You know, health class so they should be taught how to be healthy and these political ideologies. Don't have a place. But some activists want more teaching on contraception, sexual orientation and gender identity. A final vote on any changes to the curriculum will take place in November. And because Texas buys so many textbooks, what is decided here ultimately have an impact across the entire nation. Troh news time coming up on 503 time to check your money. Here's Katie are H money man, Pat Shen brought to you by D'Amato leasing dot com. Good evening, Cory. Stocks closed broadly higher. The Dow industrials finishing the day up by 580 points, closing a 5 25,095 s and P 544 points. That's 1.5%..

Texas Turner Texas State board Education governor Abbott Prospect Park Travis Mary Elizabeth Castle Houston Cory Pat Shen T. ABC D'Amato Katie
"board education" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"board education" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Vista committee men holding an emergency townhall meeting last night. His name is Steve Martinelli. He's outraged to what the ref did. I believe. Yeah. The school board education held a meeting last night to discuss the incident in which Alan Moloney ordered the controversial dreadlock trimming of Andrew Johnson that was captured in a viral video. Here's the teenagers lawyer are supportive of the coaching staff specifically dwarf Maxwell and MRs fields the trainer who is. They're cutting cutting his hair. The blame. Here is on the referee near the board of Ed announced it won't be sending any of its sports teams to future events that are -ficiating by that wrath. Alan moloney. The state attorney general, by the way, also investigating the incident is a possible civil rights violation. Wwl news time five twenty four statues of baby Jesus, and Mary stolen from a church Nativity in New Jersey Christmas day police want to find the people who did it happen. Saint Augustine Canterbury. Roman Catholic church in the KENDALL park section of south Brunswick. Police say the suspect or suspects stole the statute on the wooden Nativity scene on the church's front lawn sometime between two thirty in the morning and ten AM on Christmas morning. So police asking anyone in the area who may have video surveillance outside of their house to hand over that video to police W O R news time coming up on five twenty four police on Long Island, say a woman under arrest on assault charges after slapping her infant daughter, Nassau County. Detectives say thirty year old. Fiona Roosevelt's slap the seven week old early Wednesday morning because the child was crying. The girl suffered swelling to the face bruising to the back infant taken to an area hospital for treatment law, charged with second degree assault, second degree, reckless endangerment and endangering the welfare of child. She'll be arraigned today in Hempstead court forty one and cloudy in the big city at five twenty five. It's time now for Sean Hannity update. Your morning Cup of Sean..

Alan Moloney Steve Martinelli Sean Hannity Roman Catholic church assault Saint Augustine Canterbury Hempstead court Fiona Roosevelt Long Island Nassau County Maxwell Andrew Johnson endangerment Ed attorney
"board education" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

11:08 min | 2 years ago

"board education" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Jack, Jack, I really think he's is. Thumping? That was said once on this station. I'm not sure everybody's getting that again, we said once they're welcome back. Eight eight seventy nine ninety nine. We're talking rivalries. We'll check our poll question at WBZ evenings at a second best rivalry and Philadelphia sports last twenty years. I don't think it's Cowboys eagles tickets close. But yeah, that's where the voting was going before we go back to line. So I need to give it up date here on the election from your and we don't do politics on the evening show. But when an exception has to be made an exception estimate. I didn't realize this but down in south jersey over in Camden, right over the bridge from where we are right now. Guests who is a popular writing candidate? Philadelphia's own gritty greedy was written in fourteen fourteen write in votes in Camden County things are going well, fourteen Ryan votes, and this think about this. This is where Vinnie gritty was voted in. He was voted into the Camden County sheriff he had to for the US house, and then ten votes spread among the five board education seats. So I'm glad first of all everyone doing their civic duty of voting which I appreciate I voted. I didn't have my sticker on their day. Like everybody else voted and apparently gritty down in Camden County. Got himself a whole bunch of both. Maybe maybe twenty twenty we see more gritty eight eight seventy nine ninety four ninety four also featured on write in ballots Carson Wentz, Nick foles and cloudier. Let's talk to Roger on the cell. What's up? Roger I'm doin. Good man sensors or ball tonight, man, I'm loving they're playing well. Doc Dario Dario finally while again, you know, what I'd like to see I'd like to see bench, and let's get a nice little bit range jumper and Tattenham. Shoot more. What do you think? He does or Roger I'm with you. And it look if if he can ever start hitting a jumper consistently. It changes the entire offense. You've got practice on their little ten to fifteen voters or and then they get that guy out at Duke that freshman. Exciting that Williams, whatever what's your name Cy year. Williamson Zion Zion, Duke, right? Yes. He looks like he looks like Shawn. Kemp of two thousand eighteen he's a monster. All my God. Another play army this weekend. I think armies gotta play dukes. Did you see that? I didn't see that yet. But I will check it out. I watch as much as I can Roger I appreciate the call and don't think Zion unless the king start playing really poorly, really bad kings, actually got off to decent start this year for them for five and four so. Yeah. Back kings back. It's like the Mike Bibby. Christie who else was on that team Weber's patriots, DACA vich? And who's the other big guy that Scot Pollard Paul in cotton's up? What's up, Paul? I just wanted to go over I can't speak for the whole area. But I can speak for myself about the dislike of the Dallas Cowboys. I'm an old timer and way back when Landry was their coach. They lost the game to New Orleans on a field goal. And the field goal was kicked by Dempsey. And he tried to have it disqualified because he said the clubs foot gave him an unfair advantage. Come on Landry hall. Come on Landry. And now, my he or the Cowboys goes with the owner they have who thinks she knows all about football. And he's done nothing to help that team. Yeah. Certainly not in a long time. Paul. I love Jerry Jones being the owner of the Cowboys because it keeps the Cowboys is a bad football team. I think it's great. That's very true. And you're rivalry with the Mets and the Phillies is probably the best over twenty years. And that was it was amazing those two years when they caught the Mets those two times it was that was great theater. And there was an old time. It goes back past twenty years when the flyers were in their Edey against the Bruins. And they were they had. What's your face singing? The God bless America. Kate Smith and Esposito came out with two dozen red roses to give her to try to break the jinx that they've never lost when Kate Smith saying God bless him by classic story pie. Appreciate it, man. Appreciate the call and Tom Landry China skirt the rules that Tom Landry was present that he was all high and mighty. But obviously, we just heard that call he was not and as far as Jerry Jones Jerry Jones wants to be in charge. The Cowboys other we should all embrace it. We should embrace Jerry Jones for what he is. Which is someone doesn't know what he's doing. So we'll give up football power. And some of that's really held back. One of the premier franchise in the NFL for the last twenty years. They have the best facilities or one of them. They have one of the best stadiums. Like, they should be better team. And they're not you think that there's something to the thought that really big markets like the big brands and all of sports Cowboys Lakers, Lakers Yankees. Nixon away. It's almost harder for them to be good because the expectation that can never rebuild. You can't really can't tear down because you have such a switch money coming in. So you always have to win now and eventually have bad depth everywhere. Like the Yankees got lucky because they had a bunch of stars. They could trade out and rebuild that one. I think you're onto something you have to be really smart to do it. You do you. If you're if you're a major market team, if you're if you're the Cowboys and you tank for three seasons in a row like this the fans won't they won't deal with it. And there's always a pressure to win because you're the Dallas Cowboys. I think what you're saying. I think what Jack's saying is almost a testament to this city and not everyone. But a lot of people have been very patient with these teams. Now this city on the biggest brands, you're right. It's different. But it's a major market though. I mean, it is. But but those are talking we're talking about the the peak franchises in all sports. You can't do it there. You can't have sustained losing. Because you're always have to have this expectation of winning. Yes. I I think it is harder. I think Jerry Jones is made it harder on himself has to be. But I think Jack's right. Look at the Lakers bunch of wind. Now, moves luck themselves and really because he only what he wanted to go. There had nothing to do with them. I mean, I just think LeBron James wanted to go there, and they just they carved out enough cap room that they could say guest him. He just wanted to play there. But as far as that and Jerry Jones and the Cowboys the longer he wants to stay there that we should all be happy. He has taken that franchise that he had when he had Jimmy Johnson, Aaron they want all those Super Bowls, and it's become just if you change the name of the Cowboys if you close your eyes tomorrow, and it was the Dallas or the Texas. I don't know whoever coming in here on Sunday got an anthem Texans the Houston Texans, and it was the same team. It'd be no buzz signal care and there'd be no bus for all these games. They play against the last twenty years because it wouldn't matter because there are relevant. Jerry Jones is made them relevant by trying to make them relevant in way. Eight eight seventy nine ninety four ninety four Michael is in Newtown square. Hey, michael. Hey, gentlemen. While I was on hold though is thinking kind kinda have to redefine what a rivalry is your last caller, Paul kind of exemplified it. Yeah. The the eagles and Dallas at one time was true rivalry. But the past. I don't know you fill in the blank, Ken fifteen years. It's just become more of vitriol when hatred, and I have to agree the Phillies match many of those games, which I sat at in seven wait and saw the intensity in the stands in the fist fights in the concourse that was a true rivalry. But if you're really going back twenty years think about the Phillies and the Braves who had or number all through the night. I had the all National League's number all through the nineties near the Braves were very hateful team to it. You know, I used to hate Michael. And I still do but especially back in the day. The the old the chop the fans do. Yeah. I hate it. It's annoying. No question. But and you know, and you say, hey, Phillies Mets is hatred. I think with the Braves it was more not the cost. But it was the inability to do anything that they kept us from the playoffs while they were going many years back then there was frustration. The Braves were very frustrating to straight that was that's the term. And I look at that is also a rivalry not in the same vein is the Phillies match where they're coming down here. We're going up there. It really the proximity. Does make a big difference. I think that's a good point. It's why. And I appreciate the call. Why the giants eagles rivalry was so good in the two thousands. Not just because there are two pretty good teams that usually were in it. But also because the proximity like the fans people, especially if you live in New Jersey, I kinda always lived on the border too. So it was fun to watch the interaction. And I think that's fun. Dallas fans. That's the one thing you do in Iraq with Dallas fans because there's a lot here. At least there were. And I don't know I suppose there's Cowboys fans here. We we actually had a couple of call tonight. They're very quiet because they just to talk about. I mean their team is relevant. They're not good in our bad enough to get a top pick not benefits. Got a great quarterback. They're stuck with that Prescott. It's it's kind of sad. What's become of that franchise 'cause they're America's team has become very, blah. And just uninteresting and on Sunday. I expect the eagles who's blown out of the building eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four. I still don't get this though. Like, how how do you root for like the Phillies and the Cowboys the flyers and Sixers that also the gavel it's one of the strangest things there's a kid my high school that was that way. One team. And then the other ones were local. Yeah. But he also Philly fans, but the Phillies you the same people, right? I never understood it. If you're a cowboy fan be like the other Philadelphia teams, and you rip eagles fans you ripping your fellow Phillies and Sixers and flyers brother. It doesn't make any sense. It's very strange. The only thing I can think of is if you were born a certain time like the Cowboys were good, and nobody else was I mean, but we're so when I don't get now is the cowboy fan now here unless you're of a certain age, but like there can't be in a young cowboy fancier can there. I mean, there's kids in my high school. Kibbe high school that was a Cowboys fan and then affiliate sports fan. Nobody liked that guy. No, not really, but it still boggles my mind to this day, and they're out there. They're the low in high school is the worse for it too. Because of high school just a melting pot for arguments. But yeah, it's like how I was formed. Yeah, you scream at each other for nothing. Going to pay attention. And no not gonna do that. You're gonna talk about why the Cowboys in the Phillies are your teams that's stupid eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four pound nine four nine.

Cowboys Phillies Jerry Jones Dallas Cowboys Scot Pollard Paul Tom Landry Roger I Jack Braves Philadelphia eagles Lakers Zion Zion Camden County Dallas football Vinnie gritty Michael Camden Mets
"board education" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"board education" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Welcome back to Reagan firearm, Robert Kennedy, jR, it's been fifty years since the university of Mississippi ole miss was forced to comply with federal immigration laws and since that day fifty years ago, the United States as made tremendous progress and racial equality. However, even with that progress there are still too many segments of the population that are struggling to achieve quality. But the progress that we've made so far could not have been achieved. If it weren't for the courageous efforts of heroic citizens who refused to be treated as second class Americans. And I have one of the great figures of that age, my friend James Meredith who was the African American student who is admitted to all miss, and I think originally, I know you said at one point you'd been inspired by president Kennedy's inaugural address. James Meredith was in the United States Air Force from. Nineteen fifty one to nineteen sixty then he had to Jackson state university for two years, and then decided to enter the sacred citadel all mess, which had been a white enclave since its founding the Brown versus board education case had been issued by the supreme court in nineteen fifty four and he was twice denied entrance. And then the US supreme court declared that all mess must admit them. Governor Ross Martinet who had actually supported president Kennedy and his nineteen sixty campaign became his adversary and president Kennedy's and my father's efforts to get James Meredith admitted to the state, and there was a Malay at that time that I and many people's view was the last great battle of the civil war with over ten thousand United States troops. Was five hundred US marshals one hundred and sixty of them were injured and the riot as rednecks came in from yazoo, and from Birmingham and from Selma and from Lowndes county and from as far away as California last squirrel gardens, and rocks and bricks and attack the lyceum building the US marshals had gathered for a last stand. Two people were killed. But in the end James Meredith with the help of one of my father's closest friends John door answered the university. And I think you you've said in the past that you slept very well that night, right? You actually wearing in a dorm behind the lyceum building. And you went to sleep early. Well, all the while the riot was going on is that is that right? Yes. That's that's true. That's correct. Because you had done your job. Absolutely. And that was to get the government of the United States. Do you the military force of dish nation to enforce the rights and privileges of all citizens, including black citizens? Let's talk about your relationship to the Kennedy Justice department. Well, I always considered the Justice department. The president's brother, your father, rob McKinnon, and it was his decision and that decision I believe. Was to extend the coverage jump citizenship rights to everybody. And I think he understood that and carried out for the first time it's just that simple to me how the chief of the civil rights division at that time was my father's friend who a former Yale Law, professor Burke Marshall. And his other friend was a Republican whose name was John door. And he found those two sitting in the office on I think it was on a Friday afternoon. And he said to them I want you to go down to Mississippi and make sure that James Meredith gets into the university. And of course, that's exactly what I mean. You know, things I don't know. But I certainly believe what you said is why things happen. The first time I actually talked to anybody to your fun. And that was years later when he was Senator from New York, and I was a student at Columbia law school, you met John door, and he was down in Mississippi with you it new at Burke Marshall. Oh, yes. I Marshall I have no doubt about his input. He is the reason that I wrote to father attorney general actually it was more to the Kennedy administration. But the letter what the hell, and that was very macho that calls that at and how did that happen? Exactly. Did you call the Justice department? I well, actually that was a young lawyer had just graduated from Mississippi the practice William Hague. Whether the night, and he was really the one that brought Mr. macho into the pitcher and running for me and a young assistant attorney general macho. To have a conversation, and and miss the Mark you asked me to send the letter. Outlined in what I was planning to do. And I did that how well do you? Remember, what were you conscious that there was a battle being fought that night? And that were there where thousands of people involved in it, including the US military, frankly, I would've never been there. If I had not known. Well, you knew that the military was coming at night. My father. I saw. Mississippi. But in Tennessee, I was staying militant half force base. And I saw coming in saw. And then, you know, getting themselves read, what was it like after that initial crisis past what was it like going to classes and going to lunch, and did you have a guard US marshal guard during your entire time at all mess every single day, and they ate lunch with you know, the marshes wanted ever did was John Doe. I was their acceptance. Was there a gradual acceptance of your presence on the campus? It's fifty years later, and they're still is no. At the university of Mississippi. Okay. We'll explain that to us because this is the fiftieth anniversary. Well, I promise that I was not going gonna live no more, and I wouldn't go judge. So I'm gonna let other people speak to that my commitment to God to the future. So. He told me that you know, he doesn't hold our sins against all the time. The thing that matters when when we decide to obey we do that. So I'm gonna try to stick to that and deal with. The thing. I will say this about Mississippi. In time, the poor people and in particular public education at the from the kindergarten three or they don't have any. The.

United States Mississippi James Meredith president Kennedy university of Mississippi John door US supreme court Justice department Kennedy Justice department Robert Kennedy Jackson state university Kennedy administration Burke Marshall president Mr. macho rob McKinnon Reagan Governor Ross Martinet Lowndes county
"board education" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"board education" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"News actor Burt Reynolds has died. He was eighty two. Fox's Michelle Pollino was live in LA. Lisa. He started out of football star. But an injury led him to the stage and acting became his life Reynolds died of a heart attack this morning at a hospital in Florida, according to his agent Todd Eisner he will be remembered for those who grew up in the seventies and eighties is part of the celebrity landscape with films like deliverance smoking the bandit. Oh, I love you suits. And we're recently boogie nights Reynolds was a leading man off the screen as well. Dating many contemporaries, including Sally field dinosaur, marrying, Lodhi Anderson. He was also Hollywood's top grossing star from nine hundred seventy eight through nineteen eighty two Lisa. Thanks, michelle. A third day on the Capitol Hill grill for the president's supreme court nominee. Fox's John decker live at the Senate wreck Kevin did not hesitate. When asked by Republican Nebraska, Senator dead says if the supreme court ever makes mistakes and scream court has made some major mistakes at times read, Scott. Musi versus Ferguson. Good examples. Dread. Scott held at black people had no standing to sue in federal court and the Plessey versus Ferguson decision upheld the constitutionality of racial segregation laws for public facilities. Cavanaugh praised the supreme court's Brown versus the board education decision, which overturned Plessey. Lisa john. Thanks a mixed day. Overall. On Wall Street, the Dow off about twenty points at the closing bell just shy of twenty six K though. It was over twenty six thousand at some points during the session, the SNP and the NASDAQ both finishing lower Fox News, fair and balanced. WABC mobile news all the level. With a break in Tennessee, mostly cloudy, scattered thunderstorms tonight, and again tomorrow, I'm staying Lear. Here's what's trending at four zero to an Indianapolis woman who has been missing since the mid eighties has been found dead in Tennessee, the body of teena Marie farmer was found in Campbell county. Tennessee back in nineteen eighty-five but police were unable to identify her back then so they listed her as Jane Doe. The Tennessee bureau of investigation says she was murdered and her body was dumped along interstate seventy five when TV investigators saw a blog post online about farmers disappearance earlier this year, they reopened the case, they say farmers description in the blog post match that of the description of the Jane Doe when farmers fingerprints were compared to those of Jane Doe. They were a match Kirk darling. Ninety-three WIBC mobile new his lawyer says the thirteen year old suspect in the Noblesville west middle school shooting is going to admit he's guilty. The ball has juvenile delinquency. Hearing in November. He is charged with attempted murder and the wounding of. A classmate and their teacher both have returned to the classroom. I'll be like prescriptions were reduced by more than eleven percent in the last year. But attorney general Jeff Sessions has a warning for a law enforcement conference in Indianapolis. A huge danger remains the killer drug feno event. The now supplies increase across the nation. It will be difficult for us to see a reduction in these deaths. Sessions says Moore fentanyl ill prosecutors are being assigned and the Justice department is asking for tougher sentences for offenders an election security panel co chaired by us president is urging a return to paper ballots by two thousand twenty preferably for this year's election. I'm Eric Berman. The committee on the future of voting says Russian attempts to hack voting machines, two years ago show, the need to have balance that can be counted. If necessary I use Michael mccreavy says electron equipment, which stays in use like registration databases need up-to-date. Firewalls and continuous monitoring. Eric Berman Ninety-three WIBC mobile news. Your one minute away from traffic. We work hard at being healthier..

Burt Reynolds Lisa john Fox Jane Doe Kirk darling Lodhi Anderson Michelle Pollino WIBC Tennessee Indianapolis Scott Ferguson Eric Berman president Tennessee bureau of investigat football teena Marie farmer Jeff Sessions Plessey Nebraska
"board education" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"board education" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Are heading up to eighty seven now the KYW breakfast. Briefing really scared people what was initially deemed a hate crime at this south Billy playground piece to help board education is we're not telling our racial history of this country turns out to be, something else, admitted that they were actually, the ones who did it The fake fake disgusting President Trump's slammed democratic US Senator Bob Casey at a campaign rally in. Wilkes Barre last night let's get back to some boring subjects like Bob Dole fall asleep as we, talk about sleeping Bob The news watch never stops to. To game bottom of the Philadelphia Phillies still in first place in. The National League as Mike Bronco John Former gallery mall along market ISA plan is to turn it into a place where people can, shop, dine socialize Bashan, district Philadelphia, signs more, tennis really. Growing it's getting a real. Buzz All news all the time it's not. Every day you see a diner rolling through the streets bringing a piece of Americana to Philadelphia and what you're talking about forget new details from the. Trial of, former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort a prosecutors are trying to convince the jury that Manafort, knowingly deceived, the government, and the banks all so he could live a lavish lifestyle. Prosecutors focused their efforts on portraying Manafort as a man who spent lavishly while cheating on his taxes, multiple, homes expensive cars, and watches, spent over, eighteen thousand. Dollars on a karaoke setup Don't let me say something if I spent that much, money on, karaoke best, believe at my house every night is karaoke night every night Ios shouldn't we watch the Super Bowl I think we should be singing karaoke I'm..

Paul Manafort Senator Bob Casey Philadelphia Philadelphia Phillies Bob Dole Trump Wilkes Barre KYW US President Super Bowl I National League Mike Bronco Bashan tennis John Former
"board education" Discussed on Vrain Waves: Teaching Conversations with Minds Shaping Education

Vrain Waves: Teaching Conversations with Minds Shaping Education

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"board education" Discussed on Vrain Waves: Teaching Conversations with Minds Shaping Education

"I remember being teacher college, I guess calling it that makes it sound like clown college, but I think I was taught that a formative assessment is just a check for understanding and after reading your book and being in the classroom for a lot of years, I think my idea, but formative assessment has morphed, but why is formative assessment more than just to check without understanding up some down kind of thing, all timidly. We want to know something about whether students have acquired understand why thing sink and float or whether segregation civil rights movement is something that goes beyond the Brown versus board education decision, or whether we want to get deeper into the question of what makes a piece of artwork cubist or whether feed itself can be thought of as new form of. Action ISM. The bottom line is that the big essential question drive instruction and good instruction really always asked not on the question, what are we assessing, but what are we really want kids to know and be able to do? And so I think formative assessment by the way, whether it's checklist or whether it is a tool or whether it's conceivable instead of moves, as we talk about it has to always be tied to the content that we're learning. And I would frame that even larger as the essential questions that drive the curriculum. So we're gonna go a little bit more with the high level in the most getting down into those seven modes you. I wanted to ask a little bit about you present the moves as honeycomb as a wheel, and you suggest that they're not steps that they're active and used in combination, which is you mentioned is more like a dance really than a recipe or steps. Can you talk about that a little bit and why that's important for your work? If born to our work because we really focus on that, we're really assessing in the classroom, really depends on teacher decision making. It would be. Unprofessional to be telling teachers exactly what decisions to make win because we can't anticipate all the changing conditions that are happening in the classroom so that the moves could move happen in any direction according to what teachers are taking in what they're seeing about their students before them is really, really important. It's also backed by sound principles of educational assessment, undergird ING word is a group of experts that gathered to determine what are these principles of educational assessment. We'd like to think that we're teaching on the shoulders of giants as rain waves calls it and what they Termine as the gathered in two thousand one. The National Research Council is that to assess whether it's on the fly or even some Tivoli. You have to have a model of how students are progressing in what you're trying to assess. You have a set of observations, and then you have to interpret these..

Tivoli National Research Council
"board education" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"board education" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

"Side is willing to make in order to get the next supreme court pick we need to take that issue head on we need to make sure people understand that our values are in forced in the courts and that we will continue to lose if we have an entire generation of judges that will not stand up for some of the most basic principles we fought for over the years like brown versus board education we're letting this one slip away from us frankly and just just to be super clear neal gorsuch was willing to go on the record at his confirmation hearing and say unequivocally the brown was correctly decided is binding precedent so think about the fact that year later it is possible to take the posture at a confirmation hearing that best not to discuss it because it may come before me again because deger racial segregation in the schools is bubbling up i mean that is an astounding seachange in discourse around what judges do and i think you're right we barely tracked it it was outrage number nine hundred seventy four that day so my knicks note just says jeff sessions justice department discuss and we can we can start if you want richest having just a tiny little break down at the end of the but we can start with the aca with with the career lawyers declining to sign a brief in the new aca litigation and maybe we'll start with that but but just the larger pan back and let's talk about what policies on incarceration on drugs on prisons on sanctuary cities slipping policies easily and happily changing sides david do you wanna start and just give some kind of non breakdown based assessment of what what has happened at the justice department sure will on my i started at the on january ninth two thousand seventeen and on january eleventh i testified for the aclu in the jeff.

knicks justice department neal gorsuch aca
"board education" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"board education" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"Yeah but really he's lowered the bar so far the you're like how do you go oh this is high i mean it's selective outrage but we've known these things we knew that people were dying in puerto rico when he was tossing paper towels and how's it pl that's what made it well it was outrageous how many how many casualties the t 'cause with headed injuries who knows yeah but we do that then so yeah it's like we we know the truth and we reported and then he goes but what about peanut butter you know and then everybody goes yeah what about her and not only right who what we get all count up in that and oh she's dead it's we here's a weird thing too so we're taping this on june first this pride month starting try to say to you i was like oh i didn't know marsha workable was gay honestly because i just i just loved you as a comedian and you ain't religion come out to last year and i know people like what a female comedian is what really shocks but i did not i didn't actually no i didn't know i felt like you were out before though no i was out you know people come out in stages yeah no do we google what you're came out thirteen thousand ten thank you i came out in two family and friends and that whole thing and and do but i didn't know i was gay until i was in my twenties yeah know me neither about that stuff i was born i say i like to say on state i'm the same ages oprah winfrey we were born in the year of brown versus the board education so nobody talked about those they have they just called you different and i was different which means they knew and they could've saved me a lot of trouble if they had just told me but they right but they didn't yeah.

puerto rico marsha google
"board education" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"board education" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"To to to to stir up i have a a phrase saying that i stand by it's only racist if you wanted to be and for much of my life i've been able to kind of get through life with a smile face night worrying about stuff something may have been racist i didn't want it to be so i moved on sometimes you can't sometimes we have to deal with the fact that you know that that's racist but it's it's another thing when you're walking around with a chip on your shoulders another thing when you are purposefully trying to stir up animosity and hatred and this has been happening a lot this is one must share two stories with you right now first one is a new jersey school board member accused of trying to manipulate a cop calls police chief a skinhead see she's facing a call to resign today after video surfaced purportedly showing her trying to to you know like i said manipulates this officer exercising civic privilege at the she was pulled over for speeding so she she is being done street port over bob to get a ticket the woman in the april twentyseventh dash cam video who identifies herself as stephanie lawson muharram ed a south orange and maplewood board education member also is her telling one of the town's officers that she is scared of cops because you guys hurt black people before calling the cops boss a skin head under no circumstances is this behavior from a public servant no less acceptable swatter feels a chairman of the sol may black parents workshop he wrote a letter to the boards president saying that miss mahomet must resign her position now she's fighting to stay on the board so she's willing to to apologize because she got out it i am scared of the cops because you guys her black people and then she adds a while making sobbing noises black people police officers ma'am like you're not you might not be having a panic panic attack or something anxiety she said later that was an insult well actually she said that was an f ing insult once again all the stuff was on the police you know the vest camera so these frauds could be exposed last month in tim ville south carolina n double acp president the reverend jared mole tree slammed a local police in a.

officer bob chairman president mahomet stephanie lawson tim ville south
"board education" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"board education" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Him at nine seven we had state senator leia hooked meuron we're going to hear from the other candidate under republican side for us senate kevin nicholson will join us we'll play him some of the audio the the end of that debate had some excitements they don't disagree on a lot of the policy issues but on this one issue related to conservatism and track record they did go back and forth we'll play him some of that and get his response but really wanna talk to you about some of the policy issues facing a potential candidate to run against senator tammy baldwin and then at nine thirty five we haven't had a modern awhile but the president of edge messaging he's a really really smart republican strategist rife rarely will join us i've had a lot of guests on the last couple of weeks i want to break down some of the things that they've talked about with ryan just kind of get a sense for conservatives conservatism in the state republicans what are they thinking what are their fears going into the election season in two thousand eighteen that's coming up at nine thirty five but i wanted to start to show and i only have a few minutes because we're going to be going to break and then we're going to be joined by us senator ron johnson there was a report that came out this week and i saw it on cbs news but it was issued by the national assessment of educational progress and the us department of education about the state of education in this country here's the headline and why i'm talking about this why this starting my shell at this because i've been talking about schools school district school board's education a lot lately and i've seen the stories we've talked about the stories of teachers striking across this country new new jersey arizona oklahoma that seems to be a trend that's happening in this country it's an alarming development but i want to look at just briefly the numbers so they looked at.

us kevin nicholson senator tammy baldwin president ron johnson oklahoma senator leia ryan senator cbs arizona
"board education" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"board education" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Him at nine zero seven we had state senator leia miran we're going to hear from the other candidate on the republican side for us senate kevin nicholson will join us we'll play him some of the audio the the end of that debate had some some excitement they don't disagree on a lot of the policy issues but on this one issue related to conservatism and track record they did go back and forth we'll play him some of that and get his response but really wanted to talk to him about some of the policy issues facing a potential candidate to run against senator tammy baldwin and then at nine thirty five we haven't had a modern awhile but the president of messaging he's a really really smart republican strategist brian fraley will join us i've had a lot of guests on the last couple of weeks i want to break down some of the things that they've talked about with ryan just kind of get a sense for conservative as conservatism in the state republicans what are they thinking what are their fears going into the election season in two thousand eighteen that's coming up at nine thirty five but i wanted to start to show and i only have a few minutes because we're going to be going to break and then we're going to be joined by us senator ron johnson there was a report that came out this week and i saw it on cbs news but it was issued by the national assessment of educational progress and the us department of education about the state of education in this country here's the headline and why i am talking about this why this way i'm starting my show at this is because i've been talking about schools school district school board's education a lot lately and i've seen the stories we've talked about the stories of.

senator leia miran us kevin nicholson senator tammy baldwin president brian fraley ron johnson ryan senator cbs
"board education" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"board education" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"After firing twenty shots police found no weapon just a cellphone the coroner said today clark died of multiple gunshot wounds his family has hired well known civil rights turney ben crump who was also represented the families of trayvon martin and michael brown sunday players from the sacramento kings and boston celtics wore tshirts with clark's name his name's clark's to fund clark seventeen athletes from both teams were featured in a public service announcement seen during the first quarter we will not stick to sports we will match this bigger than basketball change can be uncomfortable saying necessarily the shooting sparked a series of protests punctuated at times by tense moments in the streets sacramento's mayor hopes the demonstrations are peaceful and can be channeled into chain now clark's family is preparing for his funeral thursday joe fryer nbc news linda brown who has a little girl was at the center of the brown versus board education case that ended segregation in american schools died sunday afternoon into peak a kansas at seventy five and that's a bit of what's news for now i'm nicole sandler if you appreciate these reports and the nicole sandler show i hope you'll consider making a contribution my work is one hundred percent listener funded and i can't do it without your help find out more nicole sandler dot com slash donate fully monthly donation is that what's getting you del monkey maybe you shop on amazon dot com occasionally well just use the nicole sandler doug tom amazon portal and we'll get a small commission on all your purchases i just.

clark trayvon martin sacramento kings celtics joe fryer linda brown kansas nicole sandler ben crump michael brown basketball sacramento one hundred percent
"board education" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"board education" Discussed on WCHS

"Top of the pyramid so an but but but one point i wanna make hoppy is an as you know i i tell folks all the time uh many years ago business leaders here we chartered buses to go to a state meeting two the ghost she a for locality paying all all those types of buy them because we've hired over twenty five hundred teachers in the last sixteen or seventeen years we averaged two hundred per year and business leaders travelling basically the same issue so that we are facing with the day berkeley county board education came out strong with the wet resolution that supports our employees and i i don't wanna make any mistake about what i'm saying i support our employees and and they're uh work in their movement to get attention for better compensation and insurance uh as you know the districts surrounding mouse and then i guess that's the reason we have two hundred teachers a year we can recruit like crazy but we can't retain them because we can't compete with a supergiant of schools in berkeley county where they're holding off on calling off school on thursday and friday and until with the hope that possibly uh some sort of package can be put together before then which would alleviate the necessity four or four the walkout and other counties in again this is the reason why it it is hard to say this is what the state is doing because these are superintendents decisions right many this is not a state decision these countybycounty operation so it's up to you all but you did talk to doctor steve pain to safe state superintendent and did he provide guidance in those discussions i think dr pain has done a nice job yesterday the 55 superintendents match i happen tan by bipoun and uh but i felt like uh there's a lot of the questions to be answered and what uh everyone has to understand uh 55 counties are like fifty five different countries in a lot of ways that because it was demographics are so different the other thing that must be recognised is the number of new superintendents over in the districts of west virginia i would uh venture to say that over the last three years fifty percent of the superintendents her new to the counties.

berkeley county superintendent west virginia seventeen years fifty percent three years
"board education" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"board education" Discussed on Super Station 101

"To take a minute to say thank you to all of our loyal listeners know without you guys they couldn't do what we do every day and let's face it our jobs definitely wouldn't be as fine so thanks so much for ten an end to superstation one on one wyde down fears path and lorde a little known as sam win with mayo land jay don kenny god ray dan day dan the when word jio dan down all right other 34 minutes after the hour awards are known as big day dog right luke owner do and you were enter might try to get back their real quick you guys are there to do like a third woman about our role babies road weekend we have a hurricane nate category to his coming into the gulf coast gulf coast tonight so it makes you guys prepare for that and we guys keep you updated anything changes while we on the show tonight so it makes you feel it be against things get food and out doesn't get your power to go out you know you've got batteries keep you get the phones chores to all the good stuff and published they close to home tonight justincase just to be unsafe that we back as if the show tonight we are excited to land abroad to give it to get talk a little bit before down over comedian joy go talk about this cam newton controversy we have missed scientists mere she is the winner of district eight school board and we have her on here and i'm gonna be talking with her in a little while also about what she's planning to do what is somebody responsibilities for the paris that she's looking for a for the parents in her district to do to have the it um and get the school board education give it to wear need to be because we don't get these schools on filling charter schools whether you 4star schools or you for birmingham education you're going to lose the primary education and top schools are going to comey whatever on saturday finished you own on that um alabama you guys got to go ahead and figure this thing out because the biggest loss right now is not us is our kids they are failing.

paris alabama lorde sam luke newton birmingham 34 minutes
"board education" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"board education" Discussed on Super Station 101

"When word spain lorde down man all right other 34 minutes after the hour oh it's out noticed big day dog luke owner do and you're winning term a might try to get back air real quick did you guys elected to the deal like for is about our role babies road weekend we have a hurricane nate category to is coming into the gulf coast gulf coast tonight so it makes you guys prepare for that and we guys keep you updated anything changes while we on the show tonight so it makes you feel it be good gas tanks get food and doesn't care you power will go out you know you've got batteries uh keep you get your phones charged up all the good stuff and published they close to home than they just in case just to be unsafe that border back into the show tonight we had armor excited to lend abroad to give it to get talk a little bit before will comedian joy gonna talk about this cam newton controversy we have missed sunja smith she is the winner of district eight school board and uh we have her owner and i'm going to be talking with her in a little while also about what she's planning to do what is somebody responsibilities for the paris that she's looking for of the parents in her district to do to get the kids um and get the school board education give it to wear need to be because we don't get these schools from filling charter schools whether you 4star schools are you for birmingham education you're going to lose by member education and charter schools are going to come in whatever side of the fence you own on that um alabama you guys got to.

the deal gas tanks paris alabama newton birmingham 34 minutes
"board education" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"board education" Discussed on KOIL

"A wabc radio over the weekend redid cosby interview to our mirror the big slava build the blasi o took a shot at our next guest bo deal is bo deal he said or tweet it as said the mayor you say that the boarded educations doing so well why is seventy one percent of black students and seventy percent of hispanic failing regions i never turned to him for six or for any other insights 'cause i think he is irresponsible race he's a bogey to lose in this guy's head he's got him rattled bo is their everywhere he goes on the steps of gracie mansion city hall etcetera etcetera now there's another another unorthodox candidate running out in michigan boss by the name kid rock the musician and over the past few days he gave us sort of a stump speech at a concert listening a kid rock and we also we should be that we all see jon rahm really now he actually is ahead of his republican primary opponents and only eight points behind the current senator there this lady debbie stabbing no said but the election isn't until november of 2018 he continued though balls he was very colorful take a listener sacrifice and then in system from race on go away they will get elected in our bailey the mother my door neighbor run against him but more more more l burned to finally boss jimmy fallon had some funny ah trump bashing yuck civilised the white house confirmed that trump had a private meeting with russia's new ambassador today trump said famous to meet you in the ambassadors and data's me don jr malania trump donated a set of doctors his books to schools across the country for national read a book day which backfire when trump got homes that were all nine bucks their boy throughout fumbles gerald smells learning ghana remember an accord.

bo jon rahm senator debbie jimmy fallon trump russia wabc cosby gracie mansion city hall michigan gerald seventy one percent seventy percent