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In some Boston schools, in-person education will resemble remote learning

WBZ Afternoon News

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

In some Boston schools, in-person education will resemble remote learning

"Kids returning to school over the next couple of weeks, But for some, it's going to look an awful lot like remote learning, even when they're in the classroom, The Globe reports in order to serve both students in the classroom and those at home without hiring extra staff. Teachers. They're going to instruct both groups simultaneously with everyone going online, whether they're in the classroom or at home. Hi needs students return to school last week more students for turn over the coming couple of months. High schoolers will be the last to go to class in person at the end off March.

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4 Boston Schools Are Reopening for in-Person Classes Monday

WBZ Overnight News

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

4 Boston Schools Are Reopening for in-Person Classes Monday

"For Boston schools are set to reopen Monday for high need students. Those schools include Carter McKinley, Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. And Henderson BPS Superintendent Brenda CAS. Ilia says that while remote learning has greatly improved for many students in person, learning is the best approach. Boston School switch to fully remote learning last month of midday rise in covert cases, and this comes as covert 19 is making a record shattering resurgence this fall. An average of over 1100 Americans have died each day from the virus over the course of the last week. With colder weather and the holidays approaching, there's concern the virus could spiral out of

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"boston school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:18 min | 3 months ago

"boston school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Serving as part of a peace keeping force in Egypt. WBZ TV is Nick Evans reports. Marwan Gabor grew up on this street here in Arlington. His friends and his family are remembering him now, as a soldier whose mission in life was to help others. Yeah, we're all still processing it. Definitely was like really tough news family members coming to grips with the loss of a brother and son. It was always in the back of my mind and But as far as actually being a reality I never thought that be the case or an officer to Marwan Gabor died Thursday when the Black Hawk helicopter he was in crashed in Egypt, his younger brother, Mohammed says. He lost his role model, My brother just when it came to people, he just loved helping people and he he wanted to do something you know, bigger than himself and he really you know when he did something, he went all in five American soldiers were killed when the chopper went down over the Sinai Peninsula, a battleground between Egypt and Israel. Crash apparently caused by mechanical failure. The bar was part of a peace keeping operation overseeing a peace agreement. Part of the 1978 Camp David Accords between Egypt and Israel for Boston schools are set to reopen tomorrow for high needs students. Those schools include include Carter McKinley, Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and Henderson. BPS. Superintendent Reddick A. Celia says that while remote learning is greatly improved for many students in person, learning is the best approach. Boston School switched the Fully remote learning last month amid arise and covert case is the latest numbers here in Massachusetts more than 2800 cases in 27 newly reported deaths there 705 people in the hospital, 151 of them in ICU, estimated over 29,000 active cases. Coming up in two minutes. A crazy destructions Bree in Dorchester that left among a lot of other things. 20 cars vandalized. It's 2 33 time for traffic and weather together. Super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. And here is David's Droney. Thanks Medicine Back Self town on 4 95 Cell, Vanya Jim's two miles to that vehicle, fire and fuel spill, blocking two lanes before rue one. That's exit, 14 and Plainville Breakdown. Lane is getting by that incident that They take a while to clear if you're on 4 95 cell phone. You may want to take exit 16. That's King Street to avoid that heavy backup expressway. Both ways Still in good shape. 10 15 minute ride in and out of the city. Lower end of wild 1 28 93 looking good between Braintree and the turnpike routes from 95 24. Nothing in your way to and from Rhode Island. Route three is still looking good up and down the South shore going downtown. Tobin cellphone heavy volume but of Miles worth for an ongoing worked through an ongoing work zone. The right lane is closed through the Chelsea curves. A river road. We're in good shape along the child's airport tunnels around time, lower decks, looking good, not a bad writing from Assembly Square. No issues on the connectors to smooth ride to and from 93 David said Roni W. Disease traffic on the threes. And taking a look at the four day forecast. It is going to get up to around 55 or supposed to today, but not going to feel that warm.

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4 Boston Schools To Resume In-Person Learning For High Needs Students

WBZ Afternoon News

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

4 Boston Schools To Resume In-Person Learning For High Needs Students

"Boston schools are set to reopen tomorrow for high needs students. Those schools include include Carter McKinley, Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and Henderson. BPS. Superintendent Reddick A. Celia says that while remote learning is greatly improved for many students in person, learning is the best approach. Boston School switched the Fully remote learning last month amid arise and covert case is the latest numbers here in Massachusetts more than 2800 cases in 27 newly reported deaths there 705 people in the hospital, 151 of them in ICU, estimated over 29,000 active cases.

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Boston - School During COVID Should Focus On ‘The Child And Their Reality’ Says Mass. Teacher Of The Year

WBZ Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Boston - School During COVID Should Focus On ‘The Child And Their Reality’ Says Mass. Teacher Of The Year

"We're hearing from the Massachusetts teacher of the Year, seventh grade mold in math teacher Jennifer Head ringtone was recognized last month and spoke with the BBC TV's Paula Abbott about the advice she has dealing with learning and covert 19. Especially with seven grade I tell them you know what even today told him today I was like this is just a grain of sand on the beach of life. Right, and this will pass. And, you know, speaking about the beach, ride the wave. Just just go with it, and you will get what you need to get. Hydrogen says school during covert should focus on the child and their reality.

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Boston Schools To Get $6.2 Million To Replace Lead Contaminated Water Fountains

WBZ Midday News

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Boston Schools To Get $6.2 Million To Replace Lead Contaminated Water Fountains

"Giving Boston $6.2 million to improve the quality of the drinking water in that city's public schools. This story today from Devil BBC's Micmac lit the grant is part of a partnership between the city and the federal government to get the lead out of the drinking water supply in Boston's public schools. The money will pay for 1400 new water fountains and bottles, filling stations in 87 schools and community centers that now rely entirely on five gallon water coolers and plastic cups for drinking water. The city has already switched 17 schools from bottled water to new fountains and water refilling stations. And Boston is committing $10.3 million over the next three years to partner with the A in the Clean Water Initiative. It's aimed at cutting back on plastic bottles and paper waste while reducing the city's carbon footprint. Mike Macklin w. B

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Boston Mayor: the last 10 days

Radio Boston

06:03 min | 4 months ago

Boston Mayor: the last 10 days

"Anna during his a very busy time to be the mayor of Boston but he is taking time out for us anyway in our monthly Mondays with Mayor Marty Walsh. So welcoming back to the show Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Hello. Thank you very much great to be with you today. Great to have you, I don't WanNa paint this picture mayor Walsh because I was thinking about your last ten days or so a ballot box set on fire daily state. Corona virus cases about a thousand people in person learning shut down the schools the chair, the Boston School Committee resigns even as they make historic move to suspend the entrance exam, the exam schools state lifts the Eviction Moratorium three major holidays ahead it is a massive task to be the mayor of Boston right now how are you doing? We have little election week from Tuesday. Oh yeah that. It's Boston's a great city and I love being there. Obviously every day there's new challenges that are in front of, US diesel jobs, very extraordinary times that will. It's important for all of us understand that you know we will get to all of these things You know it's complicated. I was saying the other day my chief staff that you know there just doesn't seem to be any reprieve at all You know the other night school committee meeting there was historic vote lots of conversation lots of emotion around in the to end the way it was unfortunate. But but you know hopefully after next Tuesday you know you know corona virus and talk has been country for everyone. So after next Tuesday, we'll see what happens but I'm hoping for a certain outcome and that election I think a lot of people who are listening to this radio show hoping for the same outcome I I'm hoping for and you know in this country a lot of. And and right now we have to get through it and You didn't mention but the racial unrest as well. The stomach racism all of that stuff is front and center, and it's important for us to continue to move forward one of the other to get to this time. So you just talked about the election. Let's stay there for a minute. police have made an arrest in the case of the ballots that were set on fire and dropbox and Copley. Square yesterday are you concerned about more cases every election related violence or tampering or vandalism, and how are you preparing the city for that? But. You know I'm hoping that we don't have you violence at. A lot of it's going to be What happens in the election I think that you know you have one candidate in the president. Has undertone of creating. Okaying violence, it's not going to be tolerated here in the city of Boston on the police department has. Is, an has increased patrols in areas where election ballot boxes are located but also preparing for Election Day to make sure that we have I don't think it's going to happen here border intimidatation I. Don't think we'll sit here in Boston but you never know around the country I. Think you'll see different pieces of. What as far as the ballot box fan I wanNA. Thank the Boston Police Department for this action and our alliance. Partners and members of the community played a role to arrest suspects. In copy? Square. For the ballot box incident this was an isolated incident and so we're going to be making sure that we've asked the district attorney to investigate it to its fullest extent. A number one priority certainly making sure that the integrity of the elections are upheld and I wanNA thank all the partners and I think as we continue to before I do not feel I think that hopefully this is an isolated incident and I think it might be but we are going to continue. We have the boxes monitored under surveillance cameras and we're going to be increasing our security. So people feel free to devote and we want everyone to vote. So you know if you if you haven't early vote out and you want to use these boxes in the primary had a couple of places we have seventeen right now in in the final. So we want you to use box. Want you to make sure that you know you do you early vote. Get get all that if you can because the more people vote now on the less lines will have on election day. We talked a minute ago about some of these challenges with the corona virus. The city now has an average positive test rate above six percent according to the city's latest analysis of neighborhood testing data I wanted to ask you. So we've been hearing public health officials for awhile anticipate some kind of surge in the fall and I wondered are the numbers that we're actually seeing now in line with what you expected for this time of year in whatever modeling or planning might have done or or are these surges the surge bigger than you thought we'd be in right now how are you looking it and thinking about it? I don't think categorizes as a surge yet it's definitely increased We're seeing numbers every every week. Now the new numbers as of today from yesterday, and over the weekend two, hundred and seventy three new cases which a lot probably the highest of seeing one day. Actually might be two days in number by the seeing or in hundred something range of the day. Now, for the last couple of days that's the highest we've seen since around June So certainly you know I probably already is making residents are safe and how big The experts have said that we would see a potentially an uptick in the month of October November and December and they also has mentioned that it isn't coming upon all of us that we could actually keep those numbers down by wearing masks and making sure that we do everything we can social distancing avoiding black gatherings I'm also encouraging people to things tonight today to get tested I think it's really important having accurate number of tests you're in the city of Boston. So we get an accurate account with the number really right now six point two percent. In the second piece is down suggesting the people to get your flu shot. Because as we head into this month of September October November area that you know the people are GonNa, get any the colds flu. It'll be confusing want to try and cut down on learn through visits if at all possible.

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Boston School Committee Chair Resigns After Mocking Names During Meeting

WBZ Afternoon News

01:01 min | 4 months ago

Boston School Committee Chair Resigns After Mocking Names During Meeting

"Last night, he was heard mocking the names of Asian people during a school committee meeting on Zoom W. B. C's Karen Rygel has reaction from local leaders spotted a city councilor at large. Michelle Woo herself of Asian descent, says the name is very personal. Deep history of Racist rhetoric. Related to name This type of racism. Reinforces that so many are seen as perpetual foreigners in this country. She says she's used to her name being Mott. She wishes she were not, and it also follow the pattern of residents and families in the city. Feeling excluded and marginalized from important policy conversation. Karen Regal W. B. C. Boston's NewsRadio and in a statement, City Councilor Julia Bahia, saying quote I was disappointed that in 2020 people in positions of power can freely unleash their complete disregard and disrespect for people of color Mayor Marty Walsh saying today Leconte's comments were quote, hurtful and wrong. Seven of free time for traffic and weather

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"boston school" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

01:49 min | 4 months ago

"boston school" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Have you. Do you have an estimate for how much learning loss you think bumped bus and public school students might be facing as a result of this pandemic this year. I just don't yet. You know we've done some assessments and We don't have the data in from that I mean, we do anticipate that. There's going to be learning lasted you just can't help it. You know and it is just. Honestly. Driving me crazy. Slake because I wanted WANNA. Do so much more than what we're able to do and his. It's the hardest moment at ever had mice thirty, three year career this this this year because of the uncertainty because of the unpredictable nature of this virus. You. Just Dr, lurching from one way. One point to another point quite honestly to to try to figure it out. and. An adjust a now we're trying to figure out how do we provide services still to our high need families we talking to them Yesterday was just so challenging in difficult one parent sobbing in the phone because she's just so worried about her child and needs the support. It was really really hard and so we have to find a way to serve our children with the highest needs and uncommitted to doing that. That is Boston Public School Superintendent Brenta. Casella. Again I know what kind of a day this must have been for you and I, appreciate you taking the time to speak with US I. Hope you will come back and talk with us some more soon as we continue to watch these issues. I will. Definitely. Thank you..

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"boston school" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:46 min | 4 months ago

"boston school" Discussed on Radio Boston

"And just briefly before we move on to our next subject, a lot of parents also last night, not in agreement with the step and they're concerned that their kids have spent a tremendous amount of time studying and preparing for the test would you say to them? I do understand that this is a disappointment for many parents who were expected out of their children to. HAVE IT admission into the exam schools but they have the same fair shot that everybody else has now and you know that is that is what happens when you equal the playing field some who have privileged will have a little less privilege in in that and That's the only way that you really give at equity and so hopefully, we'll have greater geographic diversity and students are still marked on there and and ranked on their merit because this is reggae. So this has been something that's gone out in the myth that this is a lottery. This is not allowed ARY. This is still a ranking by GPA, however, there's more geographical representation all throughout the city, which is much fair way. To to ensure that everybody has a chance at one of these three schools. Right in our however, let me just talk this. I think that we should just have three. We should have we we do have many other high schools that are really great choices for students, and so it's really looking at our overall high school redesign and making sure that we have great options for all of our students where they have arts, academics and rigor in athletics are opportunities for all of our students in. That's really the goal is that you know it's not just three schools, but it is schools in every single neighborhood where or parents feel confident they could send their kids to to and they'll have a great success. Okay. So all Boston public school students are home today after announcement yesterday that the system was going fully remote. When I heard the announcement I, thought I. Wonder was this a decision or was there a number trigger and we reached a point where the numbers obviated the decision sort of had to do this which which was it. Well, it is. You know about the numbers relates about the positivity rate that we have in the city of Boston and I can't thank chief Martinez for his leadership on this and this debt crisis as well as the mayor's We know they have just been great partners in helping us understand the community spread and whether it is or is not safe to open up our schools and so. You know we had been watching us for the past really for weeks as the state. Boston into red as we started to see the numbers tick up.

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"boston school" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:18 min | 4 months ago

"boston school" Discussed on Radio Boston

"While I've never been a fan of standardized tests or entrance criteria high stakes testing for children that never really kept that secret in my career But you know it wasn't my fight to have here Boston really You know because there's been this historic tradition for exams schools for many many years and It was laid to my doorstep when I first became superintendent back in July. By the lawyers for civil rights who her in collaboration with many other civil rights organizations including the N. Double ACP to challenge the district around the fairness within their admissions policy and The stuff that I was gonNA take. As one of the first steps that they recommended within that letter was to address the exam itself to make it fair to have an time task to be able to. Align that to the state standards so that our BPS students had a fighting chance at doing well on the test and then covert hit, and of course, we know that our students were disproportionately impacted. By this pandemic in so it just became so clear that if we really were going to be an anti racist organization in if we were really going to create more equity that we would have to take this head on. So I spoke to the mayor and the chair and asked for them to create a working group and we created a.

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"boston school" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:22 min | 4 months ago

"boston school" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Last night's meeting would have made news anyway because this is a suspension of the exam for the Boston exam schools for a year just how significant of a development briefly is that? It's huge and it's sad that it's been overshadowed. Yes. It's a temporary change but this is something that has stood up as a kind of wall or barrier Fisher in this district for years, and it really is what we should be talking about today. All right that's U. Our reporter Max Lurking Max get some sleep and thanks for being with us. Thanks for having me Tiana. Okay. So now we turn to Superintendent of Boston, public schools Brenda Casella who joins us on the Line Superintendent Caselli us. Welcome back to Radio Boston. Thank you glad to be on. So Superintendent this has got to be a very busy day for you two major policy decisions affecting the Boston public. Schools in the last twenty, four hours, I want to use your time well and talk about those two things. But First, let's address story I discussed with WBRC Max. Larkin. Which is the resignation of Boston School Committee Chair Michael Condo was his resignation appropriate under the circumstances. Will you know Max said it right where you know this is unfortunate. It was awkward at the moment and you know none of us want to You know here that and it was just very very challenging at time and I'm. And it was the right decision for the chairman to step down. I spoke with him earlier today I know that he is highly regretful and embarrassed by his own statements and has apologized but again. you know this is this is what's really facing us in. It's a true reflection as Max said of the the conversation that we were having last night about race in the city and within our schools in the inequities that exist and the challenge for all of us at. biases in how we? Respond in own those and learn from them and grow from them. In the in the context of this heightened time and the tensions in the meeting already last night I wanna ask you what do you think the impact is on the relationship between the schools, the school committee families, and what are the next steps you need to take the superintendent to address any concerns about what that means for these relationships. Yeah you know we're we're in the middle of a pandemic and we have said all along. You know this is the triple pandemic for so many of our families of. You know the illness, of course in the virus that were fighting the joblessness homelessness with this moratorium being lifted on evictions, and then of course. The racism within this country, and so it's quite the challenge as you superintendent coming in to address the significant inequities within our system for. So many of our children as seventy five percent of our children are children of.

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"boston school" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

03:17 min | 4 months ago

"boston school" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Okay. So Max did most people on the zoom call here Lokondo and what happened next. Well I, think we have to understand this remark didn't surface didn't happen until around eleven thirty PM. So we're six and a half hours in and I have to say I myself did not catch it live bad time to take a break. But then you come back to it and people are calling Lokondo twitter not a huge group but you know four or five people that I saw were kind of spread, and then of course, it really gathered steam as people look back at that and saw the transcript this morning, and then shortly thereafter look onto to inform Mayor Walsh that he would resign. Okay and what have the reactions Ben since the news of his resignation what are you hearing? A Yeah I. Think. The economy of the city that we were in one that ironically condo. Called attention into in his remarks as he announced his his yes. Vote ceiling unanimity to suspend the test. He said, you know we're a progressive city. Where Liberty we or those are parts of our identity and at the same time it's divided very real. He said it simmers. Just beneath the surface and gosh, it just feels like such a awkward uncomfortable case in point of of that fact that you can make this change. So many have called for for such a long time and at the same time, there appears to be some sort of racial. Animists or or a lack of care and sensitivity you know just just off screen. A number of people called for his resignation Max now it's happened. I. Have they have you heard comments from public officials or others this afternoon? It seemed like a pretty healthy minority if not a majority of school committee members had called for his resignation as ten or eleven. And I have heard. From some of them, I spoke to councilor Andrea Campbell who was among those calling for to resign, and she reflected a little on the on the pain of that moment last night. Here. We are talking about inequities in our education system. But then to have it turned into a conversation where the leader of that body, a public servant would be caught. Saying racist remarks just I think signify too many that there is still incredible work for us to do in this city. Now, Campbell also said she hopes the next chair of the school. Committee is a person of color and they've got a few people of Color on the committee from which to choose as well as possibly making a new appointment I. Think we just want to say you know. Boston School Committee is unique in that its appointed by the mayor. With the exception of a few regional school districts in the. State. And? Andrea Campbell's running for mayor and There have been debates about having an elected school committee again. So this points up those issues as well. All. Right. Just very briefly, Max last question for you..

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"boston school" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

03:11 min | 4 months ago

"boston school" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Last night during a Boston school. Committee meeting over Zoom Lokondo appeared to mock the names of participants in the virtual meeting and was caught on his microphone. The eight and a half hour meeting was focused primarily on a vote to suspend for one year the use of an exam for admission to Boston exam schools and joining us now is WBRC Max Larkin who covered the committee meeting last night. Max Welcome back. Thanks for having me back, Jonah. So what an Odyssey, Max I I really think we have to start by you setting the stage for we got this eight and a half hours zoom meeting. The subject is something that's been long source of pain and debate exposing racial faultlines in the Boston public schools. So who was on this virtual meeting? Hundreds of people CIANO, you had one hundred seventy plus people. Comment in public comments section, it was an incredible display. These these meetings tend to go long when they're in person You know in in past years they've gone until the lights automatically turned off, but this had to be a record breaker. People. From across the city passionate testimony and the meeting ran from five to two am yes. Oh up almost nine hours and it was mainly people really invested in discussing this change on both sides. And now give us a sense of the stakes and the tenor of the meeting where this moment with Lokondo happen giving you a as you say hundred seventy people making public comment here. I think you have to think about the outsize profile really of the Boston Latin school not not be exam schools in general so much is that one school it feels like this brass ring people really covid a seat in that school. So when you propose a modification even on a one year basis namely dropping the test people. Developed strong opinions. So you had a bunch of people saying, this would be a blow to the history still very raw of structural racism in the district. But then you had parents largely white and Asian parents saying the change had been rushed through and would devastate their children or derail their chances at the best possible life coming out of the school. So it was in this really charged context in which the remark was made. Okay, and now I think we've got that backdrop. So after some discussion among our team, we decided that we should play the tape from the moment where Lokondo appears to mock participants in the meeting the first voice, you're GonNa hear his executive secretary Elizabeth Sullivan calling forth the next participants in the public comment portion of the meeting which Max reference. Now, this moment was offensive enough that Laconto apologized and resigned over it today so listeners should be forewarned. In the tapes GonNa last about twenty five seconds here it is lay Zhendong and Michele Donovan. Speaker please raise your hands virtually. Missile. chinn-shaw nation in a boo Boo David ear..

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Boston Delays Next Phase Of In-Person Learning Until October 29

WBZ Midday News

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Boston Delays Next Phase Of In-Person Learning Until October 29

"For Boston school Kids with Boston designated as high risk for Cove in Boston public schools is again delaying the next phase of in person learning. The district announced last night that the start of a phase three of in person learning for students in pre Queda third grade will be delayed by one week from October. 22nd 2 October 29th at the earliest. This is the second delay because of Boston's Hi Corona virus infection rate currently at 4.4%. Well,

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Boston Teachers to Rally for Remote Learning

WBZ Midday News

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

Boston Teachers to Rally for Remote Learning

"A lawsuit after the city tells teachers to return to the classroom. This says the corona virus positive infection rate in Boston rose above 4%. The BT used lawsuit is seeking injunction relief, It says teachers air following the language that was agreed upon by the city, and if schools revert to remote learning teachers would also have that option. Mayor Marty Walsh delayed Boston school in person instruction by a week due to an increasing positivity rate, except for students with the highest needs. The teachers union said the district needs to work with them to develop a safe scheduling plan that ensures appropriate staffing. To owners of

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"boston school" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:49 min | 4 months ago

"boston school" Discussed on Radio Boston

"It, and and those goes back to you know the social distancing the San Sanitizing of your hands and wearing the maximum basic things and that were being asked to do I think. As you know we we should have we should observe. Those and hopefully as the scientists are working on a vaccine and hopefully, we'll have one that is belief based upon what the scientists say in safe and not what the politicians say is safe and so those are the things that were waiting for, and until then we as a community have to continue to be that Commonwealth, I think if an have the discipline and be willing to sacrifice for each other which terms that we're walking away from by the way, there are people who've been sacrificing. Some of us have been able to work from home from day one. Of the lucky ones we're able to stay in our homes a wherever we choose to isolate and work but others have been out sacrificing for us whether or not. We've been at eight point, one percent or one point seven percent in terms of rate of infection, and those are the healthcare professionals. Those are emergency staff. Those are the folks who clean those the. Grocery stores they've been doing it. So sacrifice has been happening across the board, some of taking more direct low than others. So I WANNA pick up now on the school's theme which had mentioned a minute ago it. It has felt so many times during this pandemic, like the schools are the stage on which so much of the tragedy intention and confusion of this pandemic winds up playing out. So we know that Boston shut down the next phase of in-person learning after trigger of four percent positive actually four point one percent. Ed You. Compared that to Catholic schools which are operating. So does that mean you think the city's making the wrong call? No mean they the city has a different composition of students in it. They have It's not the same system I just meant that's a shining example of people who are in person and their finger way to do it, and it's great should be an inspiration. It's I don't think it should necessarily dictate what Mayor Walsh in Sumer tank affiliates. But should inspire us to say the boy people do the right thing. If they really try, we can balance I think a lot of this is about balance because public health is more than the virus there are people with tremendous health problems that aren't getting them solve their people who are very desperate because of lack of employment because they're sick I I just think balancing act between you know all different kinds of public health to be as healthy as possible, overall and not just view it as the virus alone. And let's grab our first call on this and listeners. What do you think of of the surgeon coronavirus in the Commonwealth? How are you feeling about it? What about the economic impact of it and what about the choice to? Slow down the reopening of impersonal earning in the Boston public schools. One, eight, hundred, four, two, three, eight, two, five that's one eight, hundred, four to three talk. We've got MIRA on the line from Jamaica Plain. Mir, go ahead..

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Boston Public School reopening plans paused

WBZ Afternoon News

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

Boston Public School reopening plans paused

"That if the city's Corona virus positivity rate rose above 4%, he'd reevaluate hybrid learning for Boston schools, or at least the schedule for WDC. Sherry Small has more on changes now to the plant believed that is prudent at this time to pause the school reopening plan Now that Boston's Corona virus seven day average positivity rate is at 4.1% Mayor Marty Walsh is delaying hybrid learning for the next phase by one week as of now. Kay's there. Okay. Want Kay to Kenny? Guy knows we'll enter school No sooner than October. 22nd plans for all other grades will remain the same but subject to change. But the mayor is not rolling things back for special needs. Students who began hybrid learning last week, saying in person Learning for them is just too important. Highest. These students need the district. As their choice way are their chance for success at Boston City Hall. Sherry Small W B Z Boston stays RADIO the Baker Administration announcing a covert

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Can Boston schools actually reopen safely?

Nightside with Dan Rea

01:02 min | 5 months ago

Can Boston schools actually reopen safely?

"Assessment of the readiness of Boston Public schools reopen as the city continues to deal with Kobe 19 years, W. B C's Mike Macklin. The teachers union turned to the Massachusetts Coalition for Occupational Safety and Health for it's a cesspit of Boston's public schools and whether they're safe for students and teachers to return to the classroom October 1st has planned after inspecting six school buildings extensively Mass cautious Jody Sugarman gave the Teachers union a grim assessment. Many people buildings are not yet prepared to be safely. And while we're we're no, we still have a ways to go. We're quickly running out of time before the over one start date. Only 37 schools had H V A C systems. No, he three have only windows endures to depend on for ventilation. And 90% did not have enough personal protective equipment for school nurses. Might Backlund WDC Boston's NewsRadio the

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Boston Schools Begin Remote School Year

Jay Talking

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Boston Schools Begin Remote School Year

"Schools opening Fully remote. Here is WNBC TV is Kristina Hager. First day of school pictures, check free lunch in backpacks check. But while more than 32,000 cruel books were distributed

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Boston schools to reopen for remote learning on Monday

WBZ Afternoon News

00:20 sec | 5 months ago

Boston schools to reopen for remote learning on Monday

"To reopen for remote learning tomorrow. The plan calls for schools to eventually transition to a hybrid model that will include some in person learning school Superintendent Brenkus Ilia, saying the hybrid model will allow students to learn in person two days a week and remotely the other three days. Good news. If he hoped to

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Northeastern University Dismisses 11 Students for Breaking Virus Rules but Keeps Their Tuition

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Northeastern University Dismisses 11 Students for Breaking Virus Rules but Keeps Their Tuition

"Stiff penalties for Northeastern students who violate Corona virus rules. The university says it will not refund tuition for those dismissed for not wearing masks, ignoring social distancing and partying, as if Cove in 19 wasn't a factor. Boston school so far as ousted 11 1st year, students caught violating all those rules at a hotel that they've turned into a temporary dorm. They were part of a one semester program, costing $36,500. Paid in advance, and they're not getting a refund. They will not be allowed to take online classes either, but they will be allowed back for the spring term. If they so choose. Northeastern says they will have they do have the right. To contest their dismissals. The students that is at an expedited

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"boston school" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

02:28 min | 6 months ago

"boston school" Discussed on Radio Boston

"In covid nineteen people are back in the kitchen they're eating more together as I was thinking about today it struck me we're almost through seven months. Now, since Boston thoughts I positive tests eighth month September will be the eighth month and I wanted to start just by asking you that's a long time. How are you? I'm doing good you know it's It's been a lot wearing on a lot of people I think including myself as I said before on the show. I. I live my life a day the time but wh-. What we find is you know the decision we had to make seven eight months ago shutting things down Was Quick. And we had to and as we think about opening up now with the world of covid still being here it's really complicated whether it's work or restaurants or schools is probably the biggest decision that that we have to make as a city as a society is a culture. How do we open schools? How do we do it phased in? How do we make sure that? students, I children, parents, teachers, and everyone safe So it's really complicated as we move forward. How are you feeling about how the city's sort of road through this? Not The right word survived through these I seven months. Are there any specific moments or policies or decisions you made that you feel really standout is having been successful or effective so far? I think could. Our positive rate I seventy positive rate as of The Fifth Eve was two point eight percent of of all tests positive with testing about eighteen hundred people a day You know we are right now We're kind of in control moving forward as a city. With seeing what's happening around the country and other cities around the country and and really if we continue to do what we've been doing for the last seven or eight months washing hands, physical distancing wearing masks and things like that and look out for each other we can ride through this this fall in in a pretty good place I think that you know what jumps out at me the most in the last several months was You know building a hospital in five days over at the Convention Center I think that was really something that jumps out at me. I think it was you know watching people wear masks in moving forward and then and then on top of it all judge floyd was killed. And and you know if people stress, there wasn't enough stress Then George play the killed and trying to understand trying to make something out of that and and having those dialogues and conversations..

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Boston To Start School Year Remotely, Move To Hybrid Model In October

WBZ Morning News

01:03 min | 6 months ago

Boston To Start School Year Remotely, Move To Hybrid Model In October

"Boston Mayor Marty Walsh revealing what the start of the new school year will look like for Boston's school kids, and there are a lot of moving parts to it. Boston public schools will begin to school year remotely on September 21st. That's a Monday before then, moving on to a hybrid model on Thursday, October 1st Boston's positive test rate for Cove. It must be below 4% in order for the hybrid model to take place right now. That rate sits at 2.8% in the city of Boston. Mayor Walsh also says the plan is flexible and that things could change. If Kobe 19 case load increases every step along the way. We're going to continue Youto listen to the people that work in the building. We're going to continue to follow the science and the public health data that we've been following for the last five months here and by the way, is also an often planned parents who don't feel safe to send their kids into the classroom can opt for remote on ly learning. A week ago, Boston parents were surveyed on their preference on remote or hybrid

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Some Boston Councilors Frustrated by Open-Ended School Plan

New England Weekend

00:19 sec | 6 months ago

Some Boston Councilors Frustrated by Open-Ended School Plan

"Of school. Boston School officials still aren't saying what plans Schools should open with the BBC's candle Buell shocked and disappointed Sound. City Councilor Andrea Campbell tells the Globe she feels about the plan. Campbell and other critics are upset that public school officials have decided not to decide on which of three options presented to the state. They will actually implement a warning to

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Boston schools delay start of school year to Sept. 21 for students

Jay Talking

00:56 sec | 6 months ago

Boston schools delay start of school year to Sept. 21 for students

"Schools schools planning planning to to open open on on September September 21st. 21st. That's That's later later than than what what had had been been the the mayor's mayor's September September 10th 10th target target date. date. Mayor Mayor Marty Marty Walsh Walsh has said no in person classes to start off the new school year, but the city has a draft plan, including hybrid or all remote learning. Austin Teachers rally, rejecting plans for hybrid learning, claiming it is not safe. Here's W. B C's Karen Regal. We want nothing more than to teach our kids face to face and we want to do so where it's safe, and when it's safe. Erik Berg is the vice president of the Boston Teachers Union. He points out his school went up before the 1918 pandemic and its kitchen. Doesn't have a sink. Most schools don't have an H Vac system fair to compare it to the way that we've opened the rest of the world, right. It's been in phases and to leap toe opening all our buildings for all our kids, even on 1/2 time basis. That's not fazed, and it's not safe and it won't work. Negotiations will go on over the next several days. Karen

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Boston Schools Preparing For Remote And Hybrid Learning

WBZ Morning News

01:14 min | 7 months ago

Boston Schools Preparing For Remote And Hybrid Learning

"The message is clear. When it comes to the bottom line and handling Corona virus here in Massachusetts, you need to do all you can to keep your family in yourselves safe. But family's heir calling on Governor Charlie Baker to release a unified message for what it will take to get kids back in school across the state health officials say most cities and towns are good to go with some face to face instruction. But BBC's chains RoHaas tells us this morning, Mork communities or now At elevated risk for the virus. A new color coded map shows the level of community risk and recommendations. The state Department of Education and Secondary Education says school district's in red zones should go with all remote learning yellow zones could go with the hybrid or remote learning model, and that's followed by green and white zones where the risk is low and full in person. Instruction is allowed. In Boston Public schools falls into the yellow category, Mayor Marty Wolf says they're preparing for any possibility. We're providing Plexi glass and vinyl separators. Oh, I ordered over five almost 5000 pizza plexiglass. We're providing nurses rooms would properly ventilated isolation spaces. 46 communities in the state are in the red and yellow zones. James RoHaas W. B Z, Boston's

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"boston school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:10 min | 7 months ago

"boston school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Bennett Walsh, the Home's former superintendent. Francisco Urania, the state's former secretary of veterans services and three other former leaders at the facility of the suit alleges the defendant's show deliberate indifference to the veterans in their charge. Packing them in a crowded rooms against Cove in 19 guidelines issued by the state leading the catastrophic results. Massachusetts Attorney General The Justice Department and the state inspector general have all ongoing investigations into the home at 11 36. Boston School bus drivers say they have been left in the dark on plants to reopen the schools this fall. And they want to know what safety measures will be in place. As earlier this year, they had four of their own drivers Contract Cove in 19. And died. As a result, the Boston School Bus drivers union represents more than 1000 drivers and bus monitors their contractors transport operator Tran's Dead. Union President Andrey Francoise says both the company and the district are ignoring their concerns. Four of its drivers have dying after catching cove it and many worked during the height of the emergency. Delivering food to students, the hand washing gloves, the wearing of the gloves, the mask, social distance things. We were the one making sure all that happened in a statement to W B z Boston School, says BPS is currently developing plans for three fall. Reopening scenarios, which include any potential transportation needs An associated cost. Those discussions remain ongoing with various stakeholders, including our bus drivers. We look forward to continued engagement with the GPS community in fall re opening discussions during our virtual public meetings beginning next week, and that is doubly busy TVs and reduce Rodriguez with that report, the latest city to find traces of West Nile virus. In mosquitoes is Medford City officials. Last night's dressing. There was no elevated risk, but traces of West Nile were discovered. It marks the second positive test for the virus across Greater Boston with mosquitoes. Earlier this week, a batch of mosquitoes from Brighton in Boston found traces of West Nile is well, it's 11 38 on this Friday morning. It is time now for business life to Bloomberg. We go and here's Tracy junkie. Jim consumers turned more pessimistic this month after rebound in June. The University of Michigan says it's surveys found the resurgent Corona virus, nearly erasing confidence about three openings. Homebuilders ramped up construction by 17% in June, according to the Commerce Department's and the pandemic might be driving some of that growth. Property economist at Capital Economics tells Bloomberg that some buyers wanna newer cleaner home. Rather than what they perceive as a dirty old one. The Dow's down 42 points, but the NASDAQ is up 12. The S and P s up three points on Tracy Junkie Bloomberg Business on W. B z Boston's NewsRadio and coming up in just a few moments, We'll tell you about a story that is just crossing right now about the Pentagon involving Confederate flags, a different military bases all across the country. That story's coming up. It's 11 39. Now a W B C news radio. When you think of W B z NewsRadio, you think that base report Essential information and news you could trust, stay safe, Stay informed and stay with W B z Boston's NewsRadio..

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"boston school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:19 min | 7 months ago

"boston school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"All that happened in a statement to W. B C. Boston school, says BPS is currently developing plans for three fall. Reopening scenarios, which include any potential transportation needs An associated cost. Those discussions remain ongoing with various stakeholders, including our bus drivers. We look forward to continued engagement with the GPS community. In fall reopening discussions during our virtual public meetings beginning next week. It is now 10 47 the Trump administration, making it clear where they stand on schools. They want them open later this fall. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany on Thursday on her recent discussions with the president want schools to open and I was just in the oval talking about that, and when he says open, he means open and full Kids being able to attend each and every day at their school. The science should not stand in the way of this. McEnaney referencing a Journal of American Medicine Association study that says kids should be going back to school in the fall. No teachers and educators, of course, have their concerns. Massachusetts teachers union right now is calling for a phased in approach. But they also want better safety guidelines as well. If schools are to reopen this fall, it is 10 48 2 There are still many questions once someone is considered recovered from Cove in 19 Especially about the long term damage. There has been some cases of people recovering and then suffering organ failure in the weeks after being out of the hospital. Texas Long waits for test results to and hospital space is maxed out the army opening up a new ward in Houston, 24 year old Paula Castillo spent a month on a ventilator in Texas. She almost didn't make it. He gave me a second chance to live my life again this week after 79 days in the hospital Fighting Cove, it was strong enough to go home. But for Annalise long the surge at Texas hospitals created a worst case scenario for her family. The 47 year old mother of triplets beat Cove it in March, but her kidneys and liver never recovered, her husband says, when doctors tried for a transplant There were no open beds. Annalise losing her battle That is a B C's Victor, Our kendo reporting and this morning police in New York, making an arrest in connection with the killing of a 33 year old tech entrepreneur who has found dismembered inside of his luxury Manhattan condo. The person in custody is the victim's personal assistance for him. Sailor was found dead in a gruesome scene on Tuesday afternoon, a relative called police After going to check on him and found a dismembered body inside of his condo. It's 10 49. The mayor of Providence right now is being criticized for lack of specifics in his new plan to compensate The black community for the wrongs of slavery, racism discrimination. W. Kim Tunnicliffe spoke with the mayor about this proposal. Mayor Jorge Lord says his truth telling in reparations plan is about much more than just money. The first step in the process is meeting with historical societies and researchers to determine Providence and Rhode Island's role in slavery and then sharing that information through exhibitions and community forums. We've never confronted our cities our states in our country's legacy with flavor. Jim Crow discrimination and all the forms that still persists today. We want to go through that process, Mayoral, Orsa says figuring out what form reparations will take is the final step premature to get into that at this point, Eventually, there'll be a comittee that established in that committee will make recommendations. There are no limits being placed on what recommendation they deem most appropriate. Kevin Tonic left up BZ Boston's news radio at 10 50 the latest city to find traces of West Nile virus and mosquitoes. Is Medford City officials last night, stressing there is no elevator risk, but traces of West Nile was discovered. This marks the second positive test for the virus and mosquitoes this year. Earlier this week, a batch of mosquitoes from Brighton was found in traces. Of West Nile as well at 10 50 some more protection for lift drivers and their passengers. You're next rideshare trip could look a bit different lift is rising to the occasion, distributing about 60,000 vehicle partition shields to its most active drivers. The company already requires passengers and drivers to aware a mask and gives out sanitizing products during the trips, less active drivers will be able to purchase the barriers later this month for about 50.

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"boston school" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"boston school" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"VP you're in the middle on our kale. Officials say a dangerous suspect is still at large after a Bank robbery in Somerville. Good afternoon amid w orchestra news. The robbery was reported around ten thirty this morning at the Bank Davis swear Somerville. Police chief David fell into the Bank. During the Bank fight off. Attempted to the Bank and offset. It did the Bank or another door. The offset a suspect exchange. Have meeting after that. There was a foot pursuit. We continue to look for his thirties described the suspect as a Hispanic male about five ten he was wearing a black and he had hat green camouflage jacket and dark pants Davis. Wear-tees station was closed during the initial investigation. But the t now says the station is back open. The Boston school committee is expected to vote tonight on his choice to be the next school superintendent or three finalists from an initial pool of one hundred fifty candidates that meeting is set for six o'clock tonight. Now, the look at W archea, traffic and weather. It's jammed on the expressway southbound from the O'Neill down through seven hill. And then reduced speeds from there to the split it. Westbound side slow before the title on three northbound down on the south shore. Elaine taken by fifty three and Hanover slow getting by their Storrow drive. You're on the brakes in and out of Leverett circle late on ninety three northbound through Medford, the Tobin outbound on the brakes with that. Right lane closure. Belabor connectors moving up and down. But slowly, and is jammed inside the Ted tunnel. Westbound is well the report is sponsored by discover-. Discover alert you if they find your social security number on any one of thousands of risky website. It's just another way. They look after you not just.

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"boston school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"boston school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Just as Boston school students. Head back to class. We spoke earlier this morning with mayor Marty Walsh. And he says the city is ready. We're gonna make sure that we have all the proper. We need to make sure we try cool schools down. So most classrooms will be hot. We're gonna make sure kick our kids safety consideration. I because of the heat and humidity it will be an early release day for students in the Norwood public schools as well as students in stone. Stoneham Gardner and the Narragansett regional school district. Love a full forecast. Just ahead. President Trump is demanding the New York Times turn over the anonymous senior administration official who wrote an op Ed detailing a quiet resistance inside the White House that is working to thwart what they call Trump's Iraq behavior. We get more from CBS. Tom Foty, it is Washington's biggest mystery since the Watergate days who is the author of an unnamed op Ed piece in the New York Times somebody claiming to be part of a resistance movement within the Trump administration. Presidential historian. Douglas, Brinkley really a blockbuster op Ed in one that's been a create a wave of paranoia in the Trump White House who this individual lives. She wrote this earlier, Mr. Trump sent a tweet question treason question, Mark. The op-ed came a day after transcripts of Bob Woodward's new book were released detailing similar efforts by Trump aides to block the president when they believe he's acting dangerously. Well, it's the day after the day after the primary elections in Massachusetts. In one race is still very much up in the air WBZ's. Ben Parker has more on what's next in the third. Congressional district race the margin is razor thin with just fifty two votes. Separating Dan coal from Laurie. Trahan Trahan is confidence. She's one. But they're still likely recount now that one hundred percent of the votes have been counted. I'm confident that I am your democratic nominee. Dan Cole has until five PM Friday to gather signatures from five hundred registered Democrats to petition for a district wide recount already secretary of state Bill galvanise the ballots have be put under lock and key. As coast campaign says it will review the process of a recount in the end, they say if Trahan is declared the winner Dan will offer his enthusiastic support for her in the general election. Ben Parker WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. The NFL football season kicks off today. Tonight. And Colin Kaepernick will be part of the broadcast Nike spokesman says their new ad featuring the former quarterback will air during the seasonings falcons eagles game asked. If your dreams are crazy. Asking for crazy. Along with NFL games. This season commercials for the campaign will also be played in the US open tennis championships. Major league baseball games and college football still to come. Tom Brady may have helped inspire a new word. We'll explain. BBC news time seven three time to check traffic.

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"boston school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"boston school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Where what i'm saying is that in goal go reciprocally public school you have young children who and young and utah being labelled with all at the sort of title right that don't even really fit the profile what we say waste that lim tennis it ever gallon you more experience than i do so i want you making statements here that that i got a challenge a little bit uh there's nothing about a racial aspect to this this nothing about a gender aspect to this all it is is if all of a sudden a a school police officer boston school officer police officer decides that this a kid who's causing a problem i mean that's the only got gotta be eddie i believe a problem that occurs and then he writes a report about it and he has reason to believe that this kid is involved in some somali gang activity and again we're not talking about the french club we're not talking about the soccer team we're not talking about the chess club we're talking about gang activity whether it's ms thirteen or or or any any of the other gangs why would he not include that in this report what all i'm saying that that that if you're going to put that language so i give you an example right their kids who act out in school and public schools and there's a there's a there's a a uh dsm label right uh that they use they call it explosive behavior right what does explain what is dsm department of what the deficit that's the diagnostic uh diagnostics for mental illnesses right and they'll they'll say like this kid have explosive behavior when the truth of the matter is that this young kid has other social issues and just acting out in class and that label trees that kid all the way through uh it's the diff primary education where they're treated a certain way what do you mean example of what the kid wooded done to had that label a fixed to him kronerto owner cheer o k okay so now okay so the kid throws a cheer in class and any fina being awesome well i would agree with that would new no i wouldn't agree with that because they're kiss roman cheers and other community that i've been apart i've seen and the.

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"boston school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"boston school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Talk about children would probably talking about kids who are junior high school in beyond highschool students at a look at high school students as children anymore to be reimposed third you oh you are this right there on they're probably under the age of eighteen although some of the that'd be older than eighteen and if all of a sudden as a bus a police boston school police officer i find out that there's some gang activity going on in my school the school than i'm working or that i find out that this kid over here is a member of ms thirteen you don't think th and i have to write the kid up i mean obviously if the kids a gang member and it comes to school and keeps his mouth shut and does his work and and there's not a problem there's no reason to write him up yeah but let me creative yeah in most cases it only look at violence that have been taking place in school very very few of those kate our young people who have been associated with even in a gay right bear mostly young people who have been sort of green had been antisocial and having no social how do you behind what are you back that again what are you bad letting let's let's take a look now take a look at the profile of young folks who've committed uh school bay for violent and and and be a profile their profile more more than likely the high profile show showed that they have been antisocial opposed to being a part of social groups will let me ask you would you consider gang member to be antisocial i know anti maybe not no i wouldn't i will note battery mo gang members believe it or not almost social them more people than actually belief we'll they maybe be social within the group but guests the trip and again what we're not talking about his knock not talking about the french club uh or or or the music club we're talking about gang you you've worked in schools you know that there are a kids in schools uh who end up recede all the time end up on the news in court uh having having engaged in all sorts of criminal activity of tuna quemado does have a witak but vitamin.

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"boston school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"boston school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The group is called kids in need of defence the center for law in education in multicultural education and advocacy incorporated how would you like to fit that in a business card so apparently there's a group felony matt quaker he's the education project director for the lawyers committee for civil rights and economic justice he claims that police boston school police and isn't it a sad commentary the chapter school police said side schools but that's a story for another day uh could be tipping off federal ice agents about illegal immigrants in classrooms by over using the word gang incident reports quoting now from bob mcgovern's piece in the herald this morning cotti the civil rights group of course the civil rights group is investigating the alleged practice now school and city police say the fears were unfounded but immigration advocates aren't they are not convinced so this fellow matt craig who we invite you to come on the show tonight and sit in the studio or get on the telephone and defend their analysis of course they never want to show up uh they they love to do an interview with a newspaper reporter but that's about it anyway the fear is that there is a shane the school police officer writes a report and over uses the word gang said matt quaker education project director for the lawyers committee for civil rights and economic justice that report finds it way finds its way to the centers in the word gang is then used against that student by ice now according to crago visa reports denied by police these reports filed by boston school police eventually landed the boston regional intelligence center or bric a fusion center credit to reduce crime and prevent acts of terrorism that must be a horrible organization have wants to reduce crime and prevent acts of terrorism just by adding the gang to a police report doesn't tip off immigration authorities that's what the spokesperson for the boston police department says but again crater and attorneys for this other group in again kids in need of defence kids renita kids are in need of of of an education they're in need of a safe school they're in need of a place where they can go and actually learn and not worry about some when shooting never stabbing them but the attorneys from a kids in need of defence.

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"boston school" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"boston school" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Boston school medicines up in but british there are movement here it is anybody proposing anything is the government involved in this into you have a congressman her senator it doesn't matter what these former players think unless they get with somebody who could then bring this to white yup people years ago there is government oversight committee had a hearings on youth sports concussions but there is nothing out of that that initiated an odd nationwide rule do you think joe thomas's point could work against this that a national policy that every state has to follow the people don't like national i don't think you can they do you then you have what if oklahoma says yes we'll have this and then the state of texas has no will let 1213 year olds play football and how does that work i think it's hard to just have this this one war you know that it just blankets the entire country and have people that you have to agree to do that under what under what kind of penalty of fifth fall of a sudden a a thirteen year old or thirteen year olds were plane tackle football i i just don't know how you impose this in like texas is texas going to go yeah all right we're okay with us yarmuk lo i think the timing is there's a new study yesterday from bu that it's not be concussion to cause a problem it's repetitive blows starting in youth so be you release his study and harry carson screw came out intensely on the same day to try and start a move it in okha ob in a los angeles joins us on this topic ob good morning what do you have for me today perfect michael churn uh i believe that the tackling techniques must be improved yup and i think this thing improve tackling techniques 'cause they're teaching these kids how to hit about so much how to tackle yep now would helpers uh immensely yep thanks again i agree great show you guys are you guys a great thanks for taking my call thanks for the phone call i've said all along you have to read teach an entire generation to help the next generation and that's what you're seeing with some of these teams that.

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