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"boston public school" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The idle down motor group twenty four hour traffic center I'm tia Graham WWJ newsradio nine fifty Hey the exclusive accu weather forecast infer any warm up this weekend here's accu weather meteorologist John very few flurries this evening off to the south clearing and colder tonight low twenty seven mostly sunny tomorrow but the mid forties chilly tomorrow night mostly clear low twenty five partly sunny Monday I forty eight maybe a shower Monday night clouds and sun breezy Tuesday I forty eight Wednesday partly sunny and chilly high forty two this is accu weather meteorologist John fear come WWJ newsradio nine fifty current conditions in Ann Arbor this evening cloudy and thirty seven degrees really haven't seen the temperatures budge much for the last several hours also thirty eight degrees at city airport in thirty seven at metro traffic and weather every ten minutes on the gates around the clock your next report less than ten minutes away at six eighteen coronavirus fears in fax comprehensive coverage newsradio nine fifty W. W. J. W. W. J. news time is six ten school officials in Detroit will continue to feed students during the schools shut down W. WJZ Rick Kelly explains Detroit public schools community district will continue to give students breakfast and lunch even as the school shut down and reopen April six to fight the corona virus school officials say the food will be available starting Wednesday and will be served from fifty eight school district buildings a grab and go breakfast will be served from eight AM to ten thirty AM Monday through Friday and a grabbing go lunch will be served from ten thirty AM to one PM however students will not be allowed to enter any of the buildings Ingrid Kelly W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty popular Detroit bar following in the footsteps of the long list of businesses and institutions temporarily closing amid the corona virus outbreak founders brewery closing down starting today until April fifth this three week long closure coming amid governor Gretchen Whitmer's orders to banned all gatherings of more than two hundred fifty people this happens just one month after founders brewery re opened following a three month closure amid a racial discrimination lawsuit using number of coronavirus cases in Michigan has led the department of corrections to institute a no visitors policy spokesperson Chris Gautz says the decision was made to keep everybody safe we're.
Boston schools to close Tuesday through late April, mayor says
"Boston mayor Marty Walsh announcing Boston public schools will be closed from March seventeenth through April twenty seven more on the closure from WBZ TV's and examines the move to close schools in Boston it's a big step in the right direction says marrying a German president of the Massachusetts teachers association yeah we have not had real leadership to make an accurate Tate of inconsistent decision to close schools the MTA is urging governor Baker to close all public schools in the Commonwealth for at least two weeks governor said that's not what health officials are recommending shutting schools down completely does not appear to be the appropriate thing to do at this time the governor can't call for no gatherings of two hundred fifty people but then say it's completely fine for thousands of kids to be
"boston public school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Boston public schools will be closed from March seventeenth through April twenty seventh here is more from WBZ TV's Nick cannon some move to close schools in Boston it's a big step in the right direction says marrying a German president of the Massachusetts teachers association yeah we have not had real leadership to make an authoritative and consistent decision to close schools the MTA is urging governor Baker to close all public schools in the Commonwealth for at least two weeks governor said that's not what health officials are recommending shutting schools down completely does not appear to be the appropriate thing to do at this time the governor can't call for no gatherings of two hundred fifty people but then say it's completely fine for thousands of kids to be together meanwhile Massachusetts state courts are postponing all civil as well as criminal jury trials until at least April twenty first in the Boston Marathon has been postponed until September fourteenth well no one has died from the virus locally at least forty nine people have died nationwide the U. S. house has passed a bipartisan package early this morning to provide direct relief to Americans affected by the corona virus pandemic WBZ sherry small talk to congressman instead molten just after his flight from DC arrived at Logan airport Massachusetts congressman Seth Moulton at Logan airport Saturday morning returning home after the house voted to approve a bipartisan corona virus relief bill Mauldin saying the relief is crucial for American families we said this is about working families is about making sure that people can put food on the table if their kids are getting school lunches it's about making sure that you have unemployment insurance and perhaps.
"boston public school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Marty Walsh announced Boston public schools will be closed from March seventeenth until the twenty seventh here's more from WBZ TV's Nick Evans the move to close schools in Boston it's a big step in the right direction says mariner Jimmy president of the Massachusetts teachers association yeah we have not had real leadership to make an authoritative and consistent decision to close schools the MTA is urging governor Baker to close all public schools in the Commonwealth for at least two weeks governor said that's not what health officials are recommending shutting schools down completely does not appear to be the appropriate thing to do at this time the governor can't call for no gatherings of two hundred fifty people but then say it's completely fine for thousands of kids to be together meanwhile governor Charlie Baker also banned gatherings of more than two hundred and fifty people Massachusetts state courts are postponing all civil as well as criminal jury trials until at least April twenty first and the Boston Marathon has been postponed until September fourteenth well no one has died from the virus locally at least forty nine people have died nationwide coming up much more on the widespread impact of the global pandemic known as the coronavirus back to your right right now it is three oh three traffic and weather together starting with a super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes any problems on the roads right now well good afternoon to you know we're looking at very light volume we're not seeing any delays at all north of town ninety three that crash we had earlier is gone and no residual delays in ninety three north approaching the one twenty eight cloverleaf route three looks good Burlington in Nashua everyone is fine three Saugus downtown also light volume the lower deck say Kim Leverett connector not seeing any problems to open an airport tunnels are wide open out west to take on new issues on the pike quarter to ninety south of town expressway looks good ten minutes between Boston and Braintree route three is clear along the south shore no delays on the lower stretch of one twenty eight for the pipe down through Cantin and twenty four ninety five okay down to Rhode Island rob halkaa WBZ's traffic on the threes rob thank you so much tonight mostly clear brisk and chilly lows ranging from twenty seven in some inland suburbs to thirty three in the city plenty of sunshine.
Boston schools remain open as other Massachusetts districts close over coronavirus
"Boston mayor Marty Walsh's issuing updated guidelines for city for travel the mayor is banning any business travel both foreign and domestic outside the state in addition the city is strongly encouraging its workers to avoid any personal international travel WBZ TV is Paula Evans spoke with the mayor your concern this is a very fluid situation is there any plan to close the Boston public schools not right now we're not having plans but what we are doing is preparing for the potential having to close the schools there's a lot of moving pieces in talking to some of the experts with the telling us is is sometimes the schools the safest place for our kids because of of the the unlikelihood of them contracted the coronavirus but that doesn't answer questions the doubts to come into the schools or the teachers come into the schools so we have a very aggressive plans cleaning our schools but we are we are looking at you can't just simply because schools because a lot of other things happen we are we are putting together a plan in the event that we have two social sharing so all the answers they're going to I do know one of those biggest concerns from covering the schools is that children get two meals a day in the Boston area schools so in the event of schools would have to close no decision right now but is there a plan in place for how that will work during the night the help with children including checking what kind right now and we have to close one of our schools in Boston the Elliott some of those kids are on free and reduced lunches so what with the plan is in place now will so we're gonna have a kind of a smaller version of what's going on so we have to figure out how would we met how would we get something set that to that magnitude delivering food to families are awake and they pick them up so all of that all of those answers will have balls question what answers for very soon in the event we have closed schools what's your message to senior citizens they're very worried here is that people over sixty or at risk and often they live alone they don't have what you want seniors to know about senior centers I think first and foremost the the wrist to seniors is that mean meaning that worried about if you get the virus what happens to physically that doesn't mean that you are in a different position to get the virus or so being careful means don't go into large crowds be careful is don't be shaking hands and see is a love to hug and instead of people don't do that if you are at home and a family member comes over that's not feeling well just ask them not to come is basic I'm constantly washing hands in it just out of the public said the public ground for now that that's really what it's all about it's about keeping people safe and I had this conversation my mother show coming up this agency about how to conserve my mother I'm on two days ago to same on these people call the house you know you know feeling well just because you you want to keep people safe and and and people that are sixty and older I mean if you're if you have respiratory issues are you sick don't risk it is not worth
"boston public school" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Next week traffic and weather together on the eight so I only use one of six nine A. M. seven forty KCBS is six fifty two we've been reporting on the number of schools that have closed or gone to online learning due to corona virus concerns including ninety Catholic schools in the San Francisco archdiocese that will be closed starting tomorrow but in Santa Clara there is a ban on large gatherings but public schools are staying open he CBS's Keith Menconi reports many parents would like to see those schools closed on my petitions with thousands of signatures are now circulating calling on South Bay school districts to shut down one petition raising the fear that children that may catch the virus at school that bring it home to elderly family members this is I think one of the toughest decisions that we have those around school closure Santa Clara county health officer Dr Sarah Cody says though the county decided to allow schools to stay open in part because kids at home from school means parents at home from work which is not only disruptive but also she says many of those parents are in our health care work force and other critical services so if we close schools we have an impact on our ability to deliver some critical services the petitioners say they're currently working to meet with school administrators Keith Menconi KCBS the schools are closed our school districts and teachers ready to do distance learning coming up at seven thirty one this morning we'll talk with sal Khan whose name you way may well know if you have a school kid you undoubtedly know about Khan academy for his thoughts on the topic you know been reporting a decline in traffic on roads leading into the Silicon Valley now we have some new numbers regarding the use of carpool lanes on bay area bridges this is data coming to KCBS in the metropolitan transportation commission a decline of more than fifteen percent in carpool lane usable to Dumbarton cemetery bridges during the morning commute and bay bridge carpool lanes about twelve percent lighter in traffic during the morning commute the money yes Jason Brooks standing by and it's shaping up to be another volatile day on Wall Street yeah the market getting crushed in the early going Susan we've seen a lot of this over the past two and a half.
Boston schools operations chief resigns
"The school operations chief in Boston has resigned the globe reporting John Hamid resigned yesterday two months after being placed on paid administrative leave analytics served as the operations chief for the past four years if this criticism about late school buses which the paper says frustrated newly appointed superintendent Brenda silly is the superintendent of operations and safety said the pod will assume the leadership overall operations and safety services according to a BTS
State education board urges dramatic action for struggling Boston schools
"One this state education board is now urging action for schools that are currently struggling in Boston globe reports members of the Massachusetts board of elementary and secondary education say improving Boston the lowest performing schools will require dramatic steps in action the board is urging state education commissioner Jeffrey Riley to consider state actions to intervene and Boston even if they might run some people in the city the wrong way his office announced in September a comprehensive review of the Boston school system including leadership governance curriculum human resources professional development as well as
"boston public school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Boston public schools of Boston center for youth and families will be open normal hours tomorrow there are a couple of cancellations coming in from the north national public schools closed tomorrow and classes have been called off for students at UMass Lowell also tomorrow as for the roadways the server retailers are doing with all wheel drive traffic on the three is a lot of people in the world to try and beat the storm let's check in with David it really seems that way jellies heading south on expressway north bound you happy and so he's not in square up patch Columbia road expressway south bound use low seven held more see ninety five north bound an earlier crash by two ninety three in Attleboro that's clear you're still deal with about two mile backup there further north you back from the dead end street overpass up to the ninety three or three is quite a long so short twenty four north bound you slow Freetown up through Berkeley and again more delays from twenty seven a pass Harrison Boulevard flooring to ninety three north bound you slip between route twenty eight and thirty seven from Randolph into Braintree corporate Quincy large fortune Hancock St still closer north Quincy down through the center that due to a parade today going downtown Ted Williams he's bound very happy to a crash in the right lane before the entrance to the tunnel then you jammed up to it now due to an earlier disabled vehicle in the left lane after the entrance that's heading into Logan load expect to assembly square lever dioramas fall river road looking good along the child no issues on the talk when the some there in Callie and also seeing some delays David to draw any WBZ's traffic on the thirties and the three for the four day WBZ accu weather forecast snow varying mixing with sleep later then eventually rain mainly along the coast becoming windy low thirties are thirty four.
"boston public school" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James
"We never gonna talk about it whenever gonna talk about racism because we're gonna stay something wrong or come from the privileged. Well, that can get very far you know, through the eighties, being colorblind contrite like that must be somewhere. So that is really similar. Yeah. And I think similarly to that race conversation too. I do think that there is some responsibility for people in the majority culture of whatever we're talking about to do some of their own education. So they're not putting that burden on so that I'm not coming to you with every single question I have about LGBTQ or trans issues, because if all of your friends did that, that's all you would ever get to talk, you know you, right? Right. Hopefully agree to that about, but at parenting him time right now, like I am probably one of the only non binary people that a lot of my friends know, and they're not all that much information online that they, they don't really even know where to start. And so me personally, I'm I'm thrilled to get, you know, twelve Instagram messages at day, saying some kid and my son, third grade class just came on transit. I don't know what to do like. Thank you for acting me because I really want to help you help that kid. And I definitely don't want other people to put that on every transport then. But personally, I'm thrilled when people come to me just because I, I would love. I'm outgoing. Obviously my whole life is on internet anyway. So. Fine with met starting point for share. For listeners who don't have that transfer and that they really earnest in wanting to learn more. Are there good books that you recommend? Sure. I love George by out Gino on total, go that story of transferral who I think she's in like third grade maybe and it really read when she was nine. So it's a appropriate for younger kids to write, and I gave it to my girlfriend's mom's Christmas last year. So I that luck is I actually recommend it more to adult than hit because I think it's a super fast rate is the door of all its heart warming night, you know? But it's so simple that nine and understand it. I think it's a great starting point for adult who don't really know what all this means. And then I love red crayon story by my bowl hall, which is about a crayon who is has a red paper on it, but it's a blue crank on. So the crayon is getting read and wrong, and you know, they're like, come on draw some strawberries, and they're all blew up, try harder next time. And then at the end, you know the crayon meets another crown that asks the crown to draw an ocean. And he said, I can't. 'cause I'm red, and she says, we'll just try. And then he drives the beautiful blue ocean and it's so beautiful. Oh my gosh, I maybe I'm blue, you know, and it's really beautiful store for it. And I think for dealt to, but I, I love that one for kids. I think that's a good one for my kids school. She goes to a Boston public school, but they have that book in every classroom from kindergarten up through fifth grade mandatory in every call just because it's a great story about even anyone you know, just covering their their identity. Any other recommendations dot putting the words men and women on every single Prada and then charging more for the women. Yeah, that'd be nice..
"boston public school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Talking about it and you know at the time You know I posted that that was the second amendment at the time was definitely a hot topic. Martinez was Cuban-American and pro second amendment says most of, his family was run out of Cuba by brutal dictator I love my country I love this country and I. Stand by the constitution and I stand by the second amendment and it's something that you know I take pride in and you know it's, something, that out backup Tina says he's here to play baseball and doesn't want the distraction he's worried now. About winning a championship Ben Parker, WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty a lot of police units can currently, be seen near four ninety five Hazel right now state police say the looking. For a. Man who ran from a traffic stop on route ninety seven the suspect described as a. Black male with a, face tattoo and a cowboy hat the black shirt. And black shorts the Boston public school district admits it's been having challenges, making sure all its bus routes are covered for schools that started. This week amidst a high number of driver absences altogether a dozen. Such schools have, been impacted nine Charter and three up academy schools in one case three of the schools routes were affected a statement. From BBS says it's working closely with its contractor trans, staff to make sure roots covered for the rest of the week the school systems contract with grants dove expires. On Friday talks are currently underway on a new one Coming up on WBZ a lot of local voters, will be hearing from an international film star when they answer their phones. Over the next couple of weeks, that's inside the next couple of minutes.
"boston public school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Getting sick and now reported a Boston public school valedictorian falls. From grace and is now under arrest WBZ's Bernice Corpuz telling us years charged. In federal, court with siphoning millions of dollars in digital currency from dozens of people. You'll RT's graduated from another course. To college charter school in two. Thousand sixteen is in jail in California. Charged in, federal, court with twenty eight counts of computer hacking identity, theft and, grand theft that's one. Eight year old who now attends UMass Boston is accused of hijacking the cell phone accounts of, at least, forty people to steal nearly five million dollars in crypto currency The globe reports who was. Arrested with, about a quarter of a million in digital currency while at l. a. airport on July twelfth court documents say. Many of the victims were tech executives and entrepreneurs federal prosecutors are looking for possibly more victims than co conspirators Bernice Corpuz WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty boards Red Sox hold a five game lead in. The Yankees best record in baseball these clubs starting four game series at Fenway. Tomorrow Boston hoping to have more bullpen help for the seven for the duration but that didn't happen WBZ's Adam Kaufman has more on why from the dot com sports. Studio think the feeling is here, is that this year I don't know what will, happen but we have a chance to win so we're all in Dave. Dombrowski first place Red Sox traded for Nathan of all deeds bolster the, rotation added second baseman Ian Kinzler for. His offense and, defense and picked up Steve Pearson bat to help against lefties but no bullpen relief it yesterday's non waiver. Trade deadline despite. Reportedly coming close on nationals righty Kevin Herrera. Boston's president, of baseball operations believes his pen can get the job. Done can always have more bullpen pieces but we think realistically that are bullpens pretty good. Some of the dishes that we think the improvements can, come from within so when you start looking at players. Outside the organization that were available we think we have, comparable, players, internally in most cases we have. Three guys. In particular Tyler thornburg is throwing the ball. Extremely well keeps getting. Better and better he is healthy brazier has thrown, the ball great for us I mean he's touching ninety nine last night. For the good slider And we all know that the, importance of Joe Kelley we think we find something, mechanically last two outings had been good once again so you start talking. About those three guys Henry throwing the ball well Barnes is throwing the, ball well kimbrough's on bus closers of. Not the best, in baseball the waiver trade deadline's August thirty first Adam.
Harley-Davidson moves some work from US due to tariffs
"Years in state prison boston school superintendent tommy chang denying giving student information to the feds that played a role in the deportation of a high school student that claim made in a lawsuit against chang seeking information on the extent of that information sharing with ice a temporary change of policy at the southern border the nation's top border enforcement official kevin michelina says the zero tolerance policy remains in effect but cases cannot be prosecuted because parents cannot be separated from their children we need to highlight the fact that the immigration system is broken the last three administrations have said it with clarity to the american people that changes in the law need to happen for our border to be secure and for our immigration system to work effectively house press secretary sarah sanders says the president's executive order is just a temporary solution and congress needs to step up some signs of concern over the ongoing tariff fight between the us and european union harley davidson plants shift some production overseas to avoid e you retaliatory tariffs here's cbs's paula reed with taking care of a lot of problems that should have been taken care of over the years president trump today blamed past us leaders for the simmering conflict over trade and in a tweet urged harley davidson to be patient saying ultimately they will not pay tariffs selling into the eu but the company shipped overseas is a consequence of the trump administration's tariffs on european steel and aluminum in response the eu applied import duties of twenty five percent on a range of products including harleys fears of a trade war causing the dow to drop more than three hundred points today not a beacon hill where governor charlie baker is mulling over a measure calling for a fifteen dollars minimum wage and a major new paid family and medical leave programs supported by a payroll tax we're actually still going through the the details of it and going back and forth with our colleagues in the legislature about it the governor has until july first to act on the bill federal disaster aid on the way to the commonwealth president trump okaying the aid to cover storm related response and repair costs from that winter storm that hit the state back in early march wbz news time eight oh three traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive.
"boston public school" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Exactly in boston public schools so if you're a parent get your little poster and go down to the schools and protests i'm with you i'm completely with you look the democratic party today is a radical socialist open borders globalist party that's what they are they believe that america should have no they're at war with borders itself so there fundamentally un an antiamerican i mean what country can have borders you'll have borders you don't have a country to the point that they're even saying give us your ms thirteen i i peter in boston all right we got him back peter your back go ahead my friend musty kohner i gotta get off my deck you don't wanna hear the trains fallen by give me one second yes that was saying about them as thirteen k.
"boston public school" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"It's because one day earlier a prominent liberal group lawyers committee for civil rights and economic justice a pro illegal immigrant group filed a lawsuit against the boston superintendent why because apparently tommy chang was cooperating with ice in giving information about ms thirteen gang members who pose as students in boston in particular in east boston and so because he shared information about some of these illegal aliens yeah he's trying to deny it but i'm telling you it's that's the reason why it's so obvious he was sharing information even evans police commissioner evans said no we were getting a lot of information from people in the bubbly and the boston public school system tommy in particular because we have ms thirteen gang members and so obviously tommy chang not being a complete idiot and buffoon says if i've got murderers if i've got rapists if i've got drug dealers people tied to the mexican drug cartels who are posing as illegal i mean they are illegal immigrants but posing a students in our classrooms in boston i better i better tell ice because the one place that's not for them is a school and a classroom well tommy is now out and police commissioner evans has now come out and said enough is enough so bill evans the city's top cop said that this lawsuit being brought against the boston public schools for sharing student information with federal immigration officials is in fact now putting the students and the schools in grave jeopardy in fact member now remember the games they're playing remember just a year ago would ms thirteen problem what's ms thirteen you remember the boston globe channel four channel five channel seven channel ten all of them w gbh npr dole corrupt liberal gang all the democrats up on beacon hill ms thirteen would ms thirteen we never we never heard of ms thirteen but what is that a a new rap group what is that a new a new pop a new pop end now guess what we got a serious ms thirteen.
Kelly Sadler, White House aide who insulted John McCain, is out
"Doses for medicare and social security isn't good the government projecting medicare will run out of money sooner than expected and social security will become insolvent in twenty thirty four treasury secretary steven mnuchin says there is still time to fix the problems though a communications aide who made a crude remark about senator john mccain is now gone from the white house kelly sadler was she is the wise at least they had a surrogate communications here at the white house got into a controversy at a meeting she said about john mccain while he's dying anyways the white house refused to apologize kelly sadler refused to apologize in the wake of that we are told by senior administration officials that kelly sadler is no longer with the white house and american celebration of the white house tuesday instead of one for the philadelphia eagles we love our country we respect our flag and we always proudly stand for the national anthem we always will stand for the national president trump is inviting the super bowl champions when he learned that only a handful of them would show up that won't be an issue for the nba both the golden state warriors and the cleveland cavaliers say they'd skip a white house visit if they won the championship a lawsuit filed over a character from a popular fairy tale a legal battle is underway between a massachusetts law professor and a beverly hills california toy company the subject rapunzel of golden hair fame suffolk university's rebecca curtain urging federal trademark officials to reject an application from a company that makes dolls and toys based on children's stories it's odd writes last year to make re puzzle dolls curtain is represented by another attorney and students in the boston schools intellectual property clinic the toy company says since she's not a competitor curtain doesn't have a thorny do challenge the trademark company has other trademarks including zombie pinocchio and zombie cinderella fox's rich denison and i'm jack callaghan.
People Are Wearing Blue Today for Autism Awareness Day
"Recipe for success to all boston schools from east kendall buhl wbz newsradio ten thirty update on a disturbing story out of north hampton a custodian charged with spying and taking photos of young girls using the bathroom at the town's high school has just pleaded not guilty michael kamensky was released on bail after appearing in court today he allegedly drilled several holes in the ceiling of the girl's bathroom kamensky had worked at that school since last summer people are wearing the color blue today why well to raise awareness for world autism awareness day it's also the start of world autism months the cdc estimates autism spectrum disorder impacts roughly one percent of the world's population and one in every sixty eight children wbz's bill marcus with more the may institutes alice shillings burke says even though pediatricians parents and doctors are more aware of autism disparities still exist we see health disparities and that individuals from an already groups are often diagnosed later one fact boys are affected four to five times more than girls this is another i think nice thing about autism awareness is that we are recognizing that less is known about how girls are affected by the diagnosis and girls are also under represented in studies but awareness may change this bill marcus wbz newsradio ten thirty tom cuddy in the ace hticket dot com sports studio brian johnson on the mound tonight red sox at miami jd martinez has the night off bruins offday huge game tomorrow at tampa first place again on malign bruins closing off the regular season with four games and six nights brad marchand can't have an excuse to do our job and win games continue your points so biggest thing is when you have the downtime yesterday make sure you're doing everything you can never recover the games come quick so it doesn't happen often but we gotta make sure that you get restaurants and more marshon the nhl second star of last month find five thousand dollars for cross checking in opponent in the face this month celtics practice today than off to milwaukee tomorrow college basketball men's title game tonight michigan and bill nova tom cuddy wbz radio sports traffic wise weather watch newswatch never stops wbz newsradio ten thirty listen on iheartradio wbz ten thirty wbz news time three forty three it's traffic and weather together here's my king with the subaru retailers of new england all wheel drive traffic on.
"boston public school" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"When you finished though you people think of harvard as a springboard to rich isen and and glittering professional careers you became a schoolteacher in boston yeah i i had no idea what i was going to do i am not this is why i am utterly useless it career advice because because first of all i didn't go to graduate school so right away you don't know what you know you're not planning your career very well right and so of so everything that's happened in my socalled career as a complete accident uh including a growing out of the first thing i did but but what i did to the color let me say that that may be the best career advice which is don't make a 30year plan you know i find i i must say i find it very risky and i flirted with utter bankruptcy many times and so i i don't recommend that i can i recommend dental school rethink tone recommend gambler you would have been much happier theory on that hi uh but you know i i did become a substitute teacher in the boston public school system which was a fantastic experience and that was my income and uh and i moved around through all the different schools elementary high school middle school everything and i got assigned to one of the better a perma so it was a great it's a great phrase i was a permanent substitute latin academy which is the gets you could call it the second best high school in it public school in boston one of the oldest once and and that was a really great a few years of of doing that in the meantime uh my father comes along one night and says to me um you know you really should take a look at this case i have in the office now is a civil rights case was the first time he ever had a civil rights case and it was the story of to boston police officers who shot and killed a black man in roxbury in the black neighborhood of boston where my father is from he's from that neighborhood aback when it was an irish neighborhood and and here he was a pioneering a civil rights lawsuit against his old police department the boston police department of four killing this man and for covering up uh the killing of this man the way they.
"boston public school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The news watch never stops the news watch never stops wbz news time 5 o'clock forty eight degrees under cloudy skies in boston on this friday february 16th going into the upper 40s later on today good morning i'm josh binswanger's wbz news our top story this hour candlelight vigils held across the nation last night for the seventeen people killed in a florida high school shooting we look out for each other and we're going to come back leads with love that will been speaking at the vigil in parkland florida last night in the wake of wednesday's attack did officials miss early warning signs that the alleged florida high school will shooter was going to do something at least one man reportedly notified the fbi that someone named nicholas cruz was making threats on social media cbs's jeff the gays tells us what the fbi supposed to do when something like that happens what we're told is that they have to prioritise all these dozens of tips they get every day and and frankly youtube social media has exacerbated the problem in that there are more post that look like threats than ever before cruises described as a loner who had worked at a dollar store joined the schools rotc program before being expelled and posted photos of weapons on instagram at least one student said classmates joked the crews would quote be the one to shoot up to boston public schools are conducting training for students and staff to prevent gun violence the program being run by the families of the sandy hope shooting victims wbz's breese corporates reports it's truly heartbreaking that's madison park high school with us question weeks reacting to the school shooting in parkland florida it's continuously on your mind students have also participated in a program run by the nonprofit sandy hook promise to help them identify trouble before things get worse what we're hoping our students dealers is given the resources in line to act in roxbury bernie scorpio's wbz newsradio 1030 the white house has announced the president trump will postpone a campaign rally set for next week in pennsylvania out of respect for the victims and survivors of the high school shooting rallies planned for next wednesday outside pittsburgh no word yet on when the president plans to head down to two parkland florida former gop presidential candidate mitt romney's expected to announce his bid for utah's senate seat today i spoke with political science professor of chris cowley airy from st ansens college.
"boston public school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The center for lauren education and multicultural educate multicultural education and advocacy inc have of have filed a public records request with boston public school seeking info about the alleged practiced practice in the december twenty of thousand seventeen letter the attorneys also object to quote boston public school personnel disclosing copies of student incident reports that contain personally identifiable information in particular about students that he's boston high school to the boston regional intelligence center the boston police department in ice i mean we certainly if we have gang members or we have ms thirteen members or whatever gangs we got the blood into crips i mean we don't want the police to nawfal we certainly don't want ice to know about this is what these lawyers these socalled civil rights lawyers are concerned about then are concerned about the safety of your kid in school or your child trying to get an education uh i want to hear from you and i particularly want to hear from parents okay uh craig or by the way is again quoted here as saying all of us wanna children be safe in schools i don't think so mr crater you'll more interested in protecting the identity of gang members in schools off fears that aggressively using the word gang known to have immediate immigration consequences what does that gangs in this country the blood's in the crips those were good american gangs okay oh discuss assists gang doesn't mean immigration will violate the rights of some of our youth of course these the youth who were here illegally anyway but anyway that's my comment and deprived them and others of the safe environment that they need in our school really really so you worried about the safety in school of the gangbangers that's what it comes down to all right i'm going to open up the phone lines six one seven to five four 1030 triple eight 929 1030 real simple question real simple question are.
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"You concerned do you share the concern of this guy matt crater that if police believe a student in a boston public school or for that matter in a law public school or a brockton public school or a worcester schooler springfield you fill in the blank is involved in gang activity and it doesn't have to be necessarily uh a a gang that is brought into the country you could have a couple of gangs formed into school and you could have one group over here who wants to do do in this other group over there do you want kids to be protected and their gang membership to in effect be shielded from authorities including ice you agree with this fellow amac or would you prefer to see schools actually apply ace that safe were kids can go to learn and don't have to go wondering if they're going to be able to get hold that night six one seven two five four 1030 triple eight 929 1030 what this is is political correctness runamuck and this is more serious than not having a christmas tree in school or not using not having uh the cookies and cupcakes that a red and green now this deals with life's the lives of potential lives of kids in school with light it up one he from parents particularly and i wouldn't might hearing from students as well do you want to be in a school where they're a gang members and if there are gang members in that school do you want authorities to know about it you got the numbers look slighted up nine side with.
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"Lawsuit for like two weeks what's wrong with her she on vacation is she taken a slight the florida the get away from the scrappy weather thanks for the call gary bob you're next with how we cargo ahead bob yeah i i have to get in the boston public school in ever since the trump election they have been on defcon 1 every week there's an email from tommy cia or one of associate about it don't discriminate there's a sign on the school all are welcome here it's so frustrating they're always crime they have no money but you know me the taxpaying citizen of of boston paying thousands of dollars in property tax basically admitting that you know what were educating people were not sure of the supposed to be here are not when there's a lot of really get in school and it's very coveted in and you know if someone taking a position of a student who who's actually legally here over someone that it and shame on you bob you raise a good point what about your kids dreams to go to one of the best of the best public exam schools in the country boston latin you they of dreams right why don't they gotta thirdly our dreams because you're you're pay for their dreams when you're paying for the illegal aliens dreams at plo in cutting dot every day might bunk come home at that that it is trump a racist dinner at that i've heard i'm like nobody is not don't listen to what you hear in school oh god she just in in the thing is it's it's just as it's gotten just as bad in private schools audible now is just as bad and catholic school is just as bad in private in private his private maybe even worse than the public schools thanks for the call bob eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two like i said my kids had at least at an option of a of a decent public school while we highschool beat if you're if you're in boston and your kids lose out on going to a good school because an illegal alien fook their spot i mean how angry you're you and they.
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"In style tom they excel wbz news time eleven await another peak on wall street with bloomberg here again tracey jockey with some impressive number so far in this thursday tracy that's right relatively impressive because we really have not seen across the board gains on wall street enough for a week and back then we had across the board records not so now the dow is up thirty seven points to twenty four thousand one seventy seven the nasdaq up thirty seven the s p drop 4 and more impressive is the bloomberg wbz massachusetts index which is up more than one percent and it is aided by cheers of g e e because almost twenty percent of general electrics electric power workforce is beginningtwelve thousand jobs in all g e is the world's largest maker of gas turbines and that business has been hurt by a global push into renewable energy us employers in general have scaled back jobcutting this year though they sped things up in november according to the executive placement firm challenger gray and christmas last month employers announced plans to lay off more than thirty five thousand workers have thirty percent increase from november of last year and a seventeen percent rise from this past october business reports the dayton 38 past the hour i'm tracy jonke bloomberg business on wbz newsradio 1030 thank you tracy wbz news time eleven '09 of bells will be ringing at different times this fall for some boston public school students as we hear more from w be these carl stevens officials believe as a change for the better schools start later elementary schools get out earlier that's the upshot of school start time changes across the boston public school system in the fall the change was approved at last night school committee meeting committee chairman michael o'neill said it's time for the change i do know the feedback that i personally have received a as we have been evaluated has an extremely positive in folks folksaying make a change make a change make a change they would get as many high schools as possible to start after eight in the morning let those teenagers sleeping a little bit officials are going to schools today to let each one know what their new start times will be for the fall carl stevens wbz newsradio 1030 former massachusetts supreme court justice gerald in hindsight she's been waiting her whole life to be a juror.
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"Public schools wrote a letter today to teachers him parents they ready player in resource is the support the bears show i feel like should are you for real silver intended in the boston public school system that kind of floors are billboard both things down to may have any or was arkansas and no wake up republican donald trump's victory over democrats hillary clinton not in open letter to the city schools committee the country his experience experiencing is there a case today we have our students in fellow educators are still process them yo from important today to be strong a ten race dude in and for each other we were are democratic bell using traditions earned really well carried no i think that real this was that range and in the bottom public school the writing that i'm not meeting with that right great oh boy oh boy he coming days and weeks maybe challenging for many and celebrate torrey for others yeah us and we should use this opportunity is a capable moment but it's about and to have conversations with our students about the democratic process the weekend was all different doesn't cause like that we get into rest i've burleson sometimes conflicting ideology a i can't remember are and it's capitalize ready from we yeah the culture and we just elected donald trump wake wade up you know leaders liberals wake up the wade has come like been donald trump you know the problem yeah the problem radio station worse duties they'll say it by providing favorite respectful learning communities oh my god they're actually sure they so when did the studios in the staff after donald trump wentz this ferrer attack you name come pope if people mining the school's and they want to talk about that i'm educated why bonar i'm smart enough to know that this is not a terror attack time and and you know the marty walsh the midair spent most of his yeah campaign bill hillary clinton and he just lost charlie baker the republican lost the people who want to be a leaders lost the culture and we wine and all of your right we have pick already that's gonna my win many as we discussed this let's go to can and rather bill ten yards i mean thank god to brothers teachers and all those heartbroken students who need for now.