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Fresh update on "chicago public schools" discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

01:18 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "chicago public schools" discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"More permanent signage for our bathrooms. So that's Chicago, public schools. New report, Illinois, statewide, 20% of its nearly 30 800 schools are rated as underperforming or lowest performer. That statewide. Half of all Chicago schools failed to meet the state's threshold for performance. Half of Chicago's 94 lowest performers, 40% were high schools. A disproportionate number considering that high schools count for closer to 25% of the district schools. Nearly all of the under or low performing Chicago high schools are on the south side or sit on the border in the city's poorest census track. Wow. Listen to this report from ABC 7 earlier this year. Judy, if public education is considered an investment in our future than Chicago has a serious problem with the rate of return. New data obtained tonight by the ABC 7 I team revealing that about 30% of Chicago public school students are at risk of not taking part in classes during the school year. Yeah, but maybe they're in the bathroom. Starts today. Identify students based on their attendance, truancy, grades, discipline, and so we identified specific indicators and weighed them. And identified who was at risk who was at high risk.

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"chicago public schools" Discussed on Michigan Policast

Michigan Policast

01:41 min | Last month

"chicago public schools" Discussed on Michigan Policast

"Private schools catholic schools. That kind of thing. The republicans are saying well. You know these tax credits would not be financing schools and financing a scholarship program. Which by the way does also offer scholarships to students who had gone to public schools but it's basically legislation laundering if you will scoops as well as democrats in the legislature are opposed to this because it will allow five hundred million dollars to be siphoned off from public schools. The mackinac center is joining the fight here with a loss to challenging the blaine amendment. Because they feel the.

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How Chicago Schools Are Dealing With COVID-19

Anna Davlantes

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

How Chicago Schools Are Dealing With COVID-19

"Monday is the first day of school for Chicago Public school students were masks and social distancing will be mandatory teachers and staff will have to be vaccinated by October. 15th and Mayor Lightfoot says schools will be safe and everyone will be tested weekly anyone the test positive We're going to follow the C D ph protocols and that information Will be readily available to parents before the start of school Monday. Startup school comes as the Delta variants sparks an increasing coronavirus cases in Chicago and around the

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Chicago School Sends Student Home for Refusing to Wear Mask

Eye on Travel

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

Chicago School Sends Student Home for Refusing to Wear Mask

"At a suburban Chicago high school Centre freshman student home for not wearing a mask this past week, Sherry Urlacher says from high school in Palatine dismissed her 14 year old daughter on Friday when she refused to put on a mask offered by a school official. She says her daughter return to school later that day Wearing a mask, she says it's her daughter's right to choose what's best for her body, and that decision is not for the school or the government. Governor J B. Pritzker says students from preschool through 12th grade must wear masks to slow the spread of Covid 19

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Exploring Gender With Dr. Gee

Therapy for Black Girls

02:00 min | 8 months ago

Exploring Gender With Dr. Gee

"Thank you so much for joining us today. Dr g and q. It's a pleasure to be in conversation with you. yes it is. I'm so glad that you were able to squeeze into your schedule. And i would love for you to start bunches telling us a little bit about yourself as well as your practice. And what brought you into the field of psychology. Sure allegra-d delight to warm first generation afro-caribbean gender queer being and i am a writer. I'm a psychologist public speaker of british chaplain. I always tell people if it's something to do with women as if it's about liberation than that's what i center and that's what i do so. My clinical practice focuses much on the liberation of by poc and lgbtq mines and so that will look like somatic work. Existential work afro-centric work when i do a lot of trauma or work and they've been doing backer last over fifteen years at this point. We just stopped counting after ten. Yeah so a lot of people who find their way to me seem to be change. Makers activists men people who really appreciate the process of growth and transformation in their own lives but intergenerational. You know i'm always so inspired by how people in psychology how to just make their own spaces in like figure out how to use what we've been taught but then transform it you know we're communities that are not typically what we're trained on so i would love to hear like how you've been able to kind of do continuing education or other work that has allowed you to like expand your practice in this way. I feel like a was really blessed for the school. That i went to i went to the chicago school professional psychology and chicago and they were so community based and so from there. Learn to just go to the community to learn about whomever and what what wasn't covered in school.

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Barack Obama Is Now the Target of a Woke Mob

The Rubin Report

01:23 min | 8 months ago

Barack Obama Is Now the Target of a Woke Mob

"Activists in chicago are protesting the renaming of chicago school. Because barack obama is a quote oppressor yeah. That's right This is from fox. News will caulkins. I think. I got the pronunciation right there. Board of education met tuesday evening debate renaming. Thomas jefferson middle school and daniel webster middle school after it was decided that historical figures either owned slaves or supported slavery one of the top contenders for thomas jefferson middle schools. New name is that of the first black president barack obama and former lady michelle but that name is drawing the ire of immigration activists and some in the latino community. Activists staged a protest outside the board meeting tuesday. We've got a quote here from edgar castellanos who's a school board member of district sixty. He said. i will not be part of renaming school after someone who did not and does not represent the undocumented community fox news went on to say the obama administration deported one point one eight one point eight million people in three years and under trump about eight hundred thousand were deported in the first three years. So barack obama did deport more illegal. People bend scary orange man. This

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Chicago school renamed after Harriet Tubman | State and Regional

Bob Sirott

00:25 sec | 9 months ago

Chicago school renamed after Harriet Tubman | State and Regional

"School in Lakeview will be renamed for abolitionists and civil rights pioneer Harriet Tubman. CBS is making the change after years of protest from school families. The school is currently named after a Swiss biologist who's racist teachings were used to justify slavery. Slavery. It is the first CPS building you receive a name change, but more could follow the Board of Education plans to give final approval at tomorrow's meeting.

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Back Of The Yards Residents Can Sign Up For Vaccine Monday In Chicago

John Landecker

01:18 min | 9 months ago

Back Of The Yards Residents Can Sign Up For Vaccine Monday In Chicago

"Took part in the Protect Chicago Plus Initiative today at the U. N Health Miles Square Health Center, said he's back of the yards neighborhood on the South side. It's same is to ensure vaccine equity and communities of color. What we've seen is a swell of people who are excited about getting the vaccine in really neighborhoods across the city, but particularly among our black and brown Populations that were more reluctant commissioner of the Chicago Department of Public Health Doctor Allison or would he was on hand at that clinic today for the initiative. It's in the 4600 block of South Bishop. And there are so many community based organizations that have stepped up to partner with this health center to bring vaccine and the news of vaccine to this neighborhood. Chicago's back of the yards neighborhood is made up of mostly Latin ex residents that groups on 80% increase in its death rate last year. The largest of any group, followed by black residents who saw 40% increase in their overall death rate from the previous Parents of Chicago Public School students are demanding a say, and how the $2 billion from President Biden's on covert 19 relief bill that's earmarked for Chicago school district will be spent. Sherry, Miles says she wants the district to be more transparent. We have been told the CPS has spent millions millions of dollars on our

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Kenwood music students get keyboards after anonymous Chicago donor gives $30k

Anna Davlantes

00:31 sec | 10 months ago

Kenwood music students get keyboards after anonymous Chicago donor gives $30k

"The music will keep playing after an anonymous donor gave a Chicago school some new pianos, Ken what Academy music teacher Bethany Pickens put out an appeal on social media after trying to teach your class remotely how to play the piano. That was even harder than it sounds because many of her students didn't have a piano. Nine hours after asking for help. Ah, former Kenwood Academy student and his wife wrote a check for more than $30,000. Chicken says. Now all 153 of her piano students have access to a keyboard.

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Chicago schools reopen doors after tough union fight

Mark Levin

00:27 sec | 10 months ago

Chicago schools reopen doors after tough union fight

"Schools have re opened their doors to thousands of pre K and special education students. Their return Thursday marks the start of a gradual plan to resume in person learning since the nation's third largest district went remote last March. The move follows a months long, bitter fight with the union over covert 19 safety protocols and the looming threat of a teacher strike. Mayor Lori Lightfoot and schools CEO Janice Jackson greeted students Thursday at William H. Brown Elementary School on the city's West Side.

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Union approves deal with Chicago schools to return to class

AP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

Union approves deal with Chicago schools to return to class

"Students back to class during the pandemic. This ends the possibility of a teacher, lockout or strike. The deal, which was passed by 68% of voting members. Includes more teacher vaccinations and metrics to allow school closures when Corona virus infections spike Some say this could be a model for other cities around the country to reopen schools. The first wave of Chicago public school students in pre K and special ed are due back Thursday. Students in K through eight will return in the coming weeks for limited classroom instruction. No plans have been set for high school students will continue online learning. I'm Julie Walker, NBC plans to air the opening

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Union approves deal with Chicago schools to return to class

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 10 months ago

Union approves deal with Chicago schools to return to class

"I'm Julie Walker the Chicago teachers union has approved a deal with the nation's third largest school district to get students back to class during the pandemic this ends the possibility of a teacher a lockout or strike the deal which was passed by sixty eight percent of voting members includes more teacher vaccinations and metrics to allow school closures when corona virus infections spike some say this could be a model for other cities around the country to reopen schools the first wave of Chicago public school students in pre K. and special let are due back Thursday students in K. through eight will return in the coming weeks for limited classroom instruction no plans have been set for high school students will continue online learning I'm Julie Walker

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Union leaders send Chicago schools reopening plan to members

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 10 months ago

Union leaders send Chicago schools reopening plan to members

"Members of the Chicago teachers union will be deciding if there's an adequate virus safety plan to get them to return to work without issuing a recommendation on which way to vote union leaders are leaving it up to thousands of members to vote on a return to work plan it addresses teacher vaccinations vulnerable family members and metrics that outlined when schools would close again if covert nineteen infection spike both sides have been negotiating for months trying to find agreement on how to safely bring back teachers and some three hundred forty thousand students in light of the pandemic city officials have been concerned remote learning is not working for all the children I'm Jackie Quinn

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Potential Chicago school lock out could trigger teachers union strike

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:34 sec | 10 months ago

Potential Chicago school lock out could trigger teachers union strike

"Chicago is home to the nation's third largest school system where teachers they're on the verge of a strike cities democratic mayor lori. Lightfoot says she's fed up with the teachers wants to see them back in the classroom as quickly as possible. We are feeling those children by not giving them the option to return to school. Teachers unions are also resisting returned to the classroom and la. Boston cleveland philadelphia san francisco with a city suit zone school board as well as here in the nation's capital earlier this week president binds new. Cdc director said teachers need to get back in the classroom asap with or without their

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"chicago public schools" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:20 min | 10 months ago

"chicago public schools" Discussed on KTOK

"News just over 128,002 new cases Friday by the Johns Hopkins University Count. That look over and tracking project says more than 3500. U. S deaths Friday were blamed on the virus. White House Coronavirus advisor Dr Anthony Fauci says if enough people are vaccinated, things could start returning to normal over the summer. He tells Fox is your world with Neil Cavuto. Even those inoculated will have to keep wearing masks. In the next few months. We're gonna be able to prove whether the vaccination actually makes that level of Iris solo that you're not going to transmit it. But until we know that there is still some risk, likely a small risk, but some risk that you may not know you're infected. Dr. Fauci also says in person classes can resume safely. But Chicago's public school teachers still staying away from their schools over virus fears, and now talks have broken down Chicago teachers, union officials say things broke down after Mayor Lori Lightfoot and school district officials walked away from the bargaining table. Hours earlier, the mayor and the Chicago Public School CEO said in a statement that they'd made their quote last best and final offer one the union calls inadequate. At issue is a deadline that was set by the city for teachers to return to the classroom earlier this week, and one sticking point has been teacher vaccinations. The city has agreed to 1500 teacher doses per week, but the union wanted the assurance of Maura. If the city gets more doses, Alexis Tanya J. Powers sighting and anemic jobs Report for January President Biden Rejecting Republican compromise offers of a smaller, more targeted coronavirus relief bill. While we're grateful for everyone who found work and is earning a paycheck is very clear our economy's still in trouble. Congressional Democrats in procedural moves clearing the way for the president's plan to pass without Republican support. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network, download and listen to the virus. And Tim Ladies. This is why you must not laugh at many jokes. Yes, yes, and try and like, make them like things like, if your as a way of flirting because then they will run around thinking they're funny. Like Cam Cam is not funny at all. And I told about he's like older rules like whatever my jokes like that because they were trying to.

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Chicago Teachers Union: City has stopped negotiating

News, Traffic and Weather

00:21 sec | 10 months ago

Chicago Teachers Union: City has stopped negotiating

"Talks are apparently off in the Chicago school negotiations. The Chicago Teachers Union, says Mayor Lori Lightfoot in school District officials have walked away from the table over covert 19 safety protocols. Right foot in the CEO of Chicago Public schools say they've made their last best and final offer. The union's been pushing for more coronavirus safeguards before students and staff returned to in person Learning.

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Chicago schools, Lightfoot send teachers union 'last, best and final offer' for reopening

John Howell

00:22 sec | 10 months ago

Chicago schools, Lightfoot send teachers union 'last, best and final offer' for reopening

"Their life. But in Chicago public schools say the lockout preschool and some special ed staff from remote work If they don't return to class on Monday, Mayor Life until the union today she gave her last best and final offer the union signal the offer isn't good enough. Union leaders say one major sticking point of the timeline for reopening the union has threatened to strike of teachers are locked out of working remotely until a deal is

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Chicago schools, Lightfoot send teachers union 'last, best and final offer' for reopening

Ben Shapiro

00:18 sec | 10 months ago

Chicago schools, Lightfoot send teachers union 'last, best and final offer' for reopening

"Still no deal between Chicago public schools in this Chicago teachers union. The CTU is signaling it will not accept the district's final offer. The two sides remain at odds over heading back to school for in person learning during the pandemic. Earlier today, my life let's says she's given her last best and final offer and the time for negotiating is

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"chicago public schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:00 min | 10 months ago

"chicago public schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Chicago Public schools is holding off on locking teachers out of remote learning while negotiations with the teachers union continues. CPS called off the imposing classes today and tomorrow and we'll continue remote learning to allow more time to reach an agreement with the union on safely reopening schools. Mayor Lightfoot in CPS CEO Janet Jackson said yesterday they were gonna give a 48 hour cooling off period. In hopes of striking that deal this morning. Lightfoot wouldn't tell CNN if she feels confident. Soon's will return by Thursday. But she says they're doing everything they can to make that happen. Gonna keep working hard at the bargaining table so that we can get a deal done and that those parents 70,000 plus Over three quarters of whom are black and Latin Ex get the ability to bring their kids back to in person learning while the both sides continue negotiations over a safe return to classrooms, there are some parents who are tired of being on the outside and not having any input into what decisions are being made us have to have a voice at the table. We deserve to be a part of the process. We shouldn't have holes bargaining about our Children went out. I was right there say, Hey, these are some of the struggles with dealing with Progress has been made on four of 10 issues, including health and safety protocols, ventilation, contact tracing and health and safety committees. Teachers still wanna have priority and getting covert vaccinations before greeting their students. Face to face again. A couple of big developing stories nationally this morning. Police in Oklahoma say one person is in custody after six people, including five Children were killed there. Lisa officers responded to a call at about 1 30 this morning at a home in Moscow G, which is about 45, Miles south east of Tulsa. Once there are officers found one man and poor Children Dad, 1/5 child died at the hospital. Lisa, a person has been taken into custody who had a gun. Also in Florida this morning. As many as five FBI agents have been shot, with one reportedly killed and another gravely injured in Sunrise, Florida agents were executing a.

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"chicago public schools" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:26 min | 10 months ago

"chicago public schools" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Time now for some business and money news for that we turn to our certified financial planner Kelly brothers. Good morning, Kelly. Hey, Good morning to you, Christina. Yeah, Maura. Interesting goings on in the markets today. First of all, I don't know if this fact I just saw moments goes that more people now has the vaccination in this country that have had Cove it. We just passed that milestone yesterday. We also have Big purchase being made uber is buying drizzly for $1.1 billion. What is drizzly, you ask? Well, it's a Boston based alcohol delivery system. So Uber's gone toward groceries. It's obviously toward food and now alcohol as well. Game Stop. Don't say I didn't tell you Gamestop down another 40%. This morning and Tesler recalling 135,000 cars, model s and model X over issues with the touch screen Plus coming up in the next half hour, we'll talk a little bit more about Aren't fair, losing another anchor tenant, a store that has or retailer that's been there for 50. Plus years. Let's check the real time numbers this morning. The Dow was up 229 points yesterday. Closing at 30,000 to 11 will be up another 250 points off the opening bell Today, NASDAQ and S and P will both open higher. Gold down 27 this morning at 18 37 announced oils up nearly 3% above 55 bucks a barrel 10 year bond yield 1.10 Okay, Mr Brothers. Thank you very much. We'll talk to Kelly again in a half an hour. Okay. We've got a lot to get to some new seven clips to roll up for you right now. This out of Chicago, there are negotiations going on right now. How and whether they're going to get the schools back, open and win. Chicago Public schools and the teachers union are negotiating over when you get back in the in person, this is president of the Chicago Teachers Union. Jesse Sharkey spoke to NBC five in Chicago who says that they want to be heard and they want to stay safe as teachers. I don't think our positions here are unreasonable. We're certainly willing to like find workable compromises, but it takes two people to do that kind of compromise. We expect so this might sound familiar, but the teachers in Chicago said they want to get vaccinated their schedule right now to be vaccinated at the end of February. Parents are ready to get their kids back in. They're caught in the middle of this. They are adamant that students need to get back in the classroom as soon as possible. This is apparent Diane Peck. She spoke with NBC five in Chicago about her son's experience. Thus far, it's much harder on the kids. For the mental health and the behavioral health. I've seen my son. It's like his anger and aggression. It's escalated the past few months. He keeps thinking he's going back. He's confused. He asked me, Why can't things go back to normal? I don't know what to say to him. So that's one parent in Chicago were from Paris from Elk Grove a little bit ago with Aubrey and this is consistent over here across. Yes, I talked to a teacher who said it was this teacher says It's hard on her, too, she said. I have never worked so hard to teach so little and I mean, the kids are not getting What they normally he would be getting in the classroom. That's clear to everyone and we're all seeing that all across the country. This California town will pay you to visit one of SF Gate this morning. Okay? And they'll pay Don't pay you to visit Santa Maria Known further barbecue and wineries offering $100 Don't want to, They said, but more I guess, wonders. $100 Visa gift card. To a minimum two night qualifying state. A hotel. You gotta stay a couple of nights. Okay, but Hey, that baby $100 gift card. All right. So maybe you're having a get together for the Super Bowl. Maybe just the family but maybe an outside. Maybe having outside thing. There are some CDC guidelines for how to celebrate the Super Bowl. Oh, they're telling us how to celebrate the Super Bowl? No yet. No getting up in yelling. Do not open your mouth to yell or cheer instead, clap. Stomp your feet or bring small handheld noisemakers. Stop yelling! The CDC says. You can't you know Don't do it. Sit down, Joey. They also are advising partygoers to bring your own food, drinks, plates, cups, utensils and condiment packets. Also you get like your own like card table over in the corner, right? Do it outside of possible and no again. No shouting cheering. Or loudly singing. On Sunday as the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Tampa Bay. You know, in L A where they're allowing outdoor dining on Super Bowl Sunday. They're not allowing TV's to be on. You can't even what? You can't watch the because of congregate. They don't want people yelling, and they'll be worrying. Like you know, on Lee one mask and not three we'll stop your feet. Clap. Bring a noisemaker. They're not telling us how to watch the Super Bowl Well, Tom Brady's 10th Super Bowl I really do. I know, I know a lot. It's a lot of Super Bowls for one guy looking at the schedule coming up recall effort. Yeah, we have. Ah, let's see. There's a new candidate who just officially tossed his name in the ring says he's going to run, so we're gonna break down Who's going to run if indeed, the recall effort is successful. So that's coming up in about. Well listen, 20 minutes. No, I have something to say. Thanks for getting a chance for people that work there on your smartphone dial pound 2 50 Say open mic. We are the land of the free Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Okay, where does it hurt? Does it hurt in your feet, any pain or.

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Chicago schools reopening uncertain as union talks stall

BBC World Service

04:44 min | 10 months ago

Chicago schools reopening uncertain as union talks stall

"In Chicago talks between teachers in the city are stalled on a plan to return to in person learning. Students are scheduled to return to class tomorrow and teachers are expected back today to prepare the teachers union is reluctant because of the pandemic, calling for more safety protocols. Your lawyer. Lightfoot says she expects teachers back on the job. I want to reiterate. Our schools are safe. Our schools are safe. We know that Because we have studied what's happened in other school systems in our city. 40,000 plus archdiocese, Charter and other private schools that have had some form of in person learning since the fall. The back to the classroom order applies to teachers and staff. Who work with students in kindergarten through the eighth

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Chicago schools reopening uncertain as union talks stall

77 WABC Weekends

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Chicago schools reopening uncertain as union talks stall

"Schools want to resume in person learning tomorrow that might not happen because of a standoff between the district and the teachers Union over conditions for reopening Chicago Teachers union and Chicago public schools have been at the bargaining table this weekend. Yesterday. The school district says it has reached tentative agreement on four key areas with the union, including health and safety protocols, been elation, contact tracing and health and safety committees, but they're still in negotiations. Fox is Christina Coleman. Many teachers want to stick with remote learning until after they get vaccinated. New

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Chicago schools reopening: CTU, CPS make progress, but no deal yet

Chicago Tonight

01:38 min | 10 months ago

Chicago schools reopening: CTU, CPS make progress, but no deal yet

"Kelly about students that are potentially returning to school buildings next week as we talk in a friday afternoon. Can you give us a thumbnail. Sketch of where. Cps on reopening absolutely right now there's a standoff between chicago teachers union and cps on Over a returning to the classroom for in person instruction on cps insisting on monday kindergarten to eighth grade students and teachers are expected to return to the classroom but teachers. Just don't feel safe. It is Just don't build a state to do so yet so Right now we're still looking at negotiations on the chicago. Teachers union is saying that they want you know more accommodations approved. They want teachers to be vaccinated before they return to the classroom. And then you know to side of that. We also have parents who don't feel like they're being heard and they're being represented at these negotiations And then additionally remote learning there's not love investments that right now and Eighty percent of cps students chose to continue remote learning. So there's a lot of questions around. What's what's happening around that. You mentioned on the table vaccinating school staff and teachers. What is cps plan for. Vaccination teachers just became eligible to get vaccinated. This monday bud on. Cbs is plan to roll out. That explanation nation plan for all of its teachers in style is actually not going to happen until mid february and even then it's only going to go first to those who are at highest risk of exposure and then it's going to take a few months possibly more aren't actually make sure that all teachers in staffer backs news this is gonna take a while Which is why teachers. Are you know adamant about getting accommodations approved

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"chicago public schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:15 min | 11 months ago

"chicago public schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It home. I just You know, it's interesting because the teachers within CTU who have existing preexisting conditions have been excused. They do not have to teach in the schools. I think what they're arguing for now, and we're trying to working to get a seat to you, Representative on this show coming up here. We're also going to talk to Paul Vallas, CEO of former CEO of Chicago Public schools, He's taking the side of parents and others here in the mayor, really, who want the schools to reopen. I think what they're looking at here, though, are the teachers that have someone at home. Who has an underlying condition. They're trying to get those excuse, and they say it's not safe for those folks to be in, but based on what you've seen in this data. With that? Does it concern you? I know that's a difficult question, but I'm gonna ask you anyway. You know, Listen, every week. This all goes back to risk tolerance, Right? What is your quote? Unquote risk tolerance? I think you know, I I my Children have, um, you know, in school learning and stuff, and you know, they wear their masks and they socially distance and you know, I think You have to weigh the risk, which it appears to be pretty, you know, at least significantly lower than say around the surrounding communities. Versus what's the harm right? What's the untold cost of cold in the developmental delay the problems that people have learning the problems that people who need special help the people that need food or rely on the meal program? I mean, this is not so difficulty and and there are so many issues, but you know, you try to wait things out, but I think you know, I believe that, you know, given the situation and given this data, I feel comfortable spending my Children to school if all of these medications Strategies are being implemented. You know, 100%, and they are the schools or at least those does certainly my kid's school. They're very very, you know, regimented, and that's the way you need to be. And you know, I I think I think you weigh your options. But yes, I think this data bodes well, at least that schools are not the big problem going forward. Yeah, I think you know, the other thing that has been pointed out is did they study where they large cities or were they more rural school districts or were they more was? Is there anything there that we might, you know? Look at to say, Well, this doesn't really compare apples to apples. Did you see anything like that? No, because you know they don't. It's not broken down and details like that. But that's right. These these are the questions you want to know. And then the other situation is, is this data It could be very skewed because then the other argument for having a statistics conversation is that well, the wait a second. You know, kids learn in school until this amount of time. And so maybe the numbers haven't caught up in this. That and the others like There are so many other potential extenuating factors that you know my change or skew the numbers or the data. But you know, just just as gross overall look the preliminary data that at least we're seeing is positive In terms of, you know, allaying people's fears A to least schools, kids and in transmission relative to the rest of the communities are large. Okay. Well, that helps a lot. Dr. Steve, you always do And I know that's a special appearance free today. I just asked you to come on, because when you see those headlines, it's not always easy to understand exactly what's in the study. And you read these things. I mean, you could make sense of the land center, The New England Journal of Medicine and he's I mean, they're often I try to print them out, and they're 100 pages long and it's like, Oh, my gosh. What I got to get Dr Steve. He's got to help me and so you know, Here you go. Thank you. My pleasure. I'm usually six or seven pages of his references anyway, So you know your due date. That's that's That's the chief right there at the end. You don't really have to get through all that stuff. Thank you, Dr Steve. Thanks for the time. My pleasure. It's 1 46 on WGN and oh, Oh, I should have told Dr Steve this I just got this text. But if I would like to hear it this 22 to 4, please tell Dr Steve I love his passion when he explains medical issues If you're listening, Dad, just e. We love your passion. 1 46. Let's pause here for a second and talk to Eric wrong from WGN TV on the other side. Oh, but first being told not to mention this..

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"chicago public schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:35 min | 11 months ago

"chicago public schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Daughters the HPV vaccine starting at age nine. To protect them later in life. You're listening to Chicago's afternoon news here on 7 20. W G. And I'm Steve Berg trend and I'm waiting for my vaccine. The Reverend William he Hall senior is the pastor at ST James Church. It's his turn. And he wants to take a pass. Reverend. Welcome. How are you, man? I'm well. All right. Tell me about your church 8000 block of South Michigan Avenue, right? Yeah, it's right there. Literally off 79th Street, Right? At the border of Chatham, one block down the street from Carter Temple Chatham. Another line used to be my nursery right there and take a funeral right there in church, And so your your numbers come up for the vaccine, and you would like to give that vaccine to Chicago Public school teacher instead. Absolutely. I mean, do the work that I do as a chaplain. In addition to pastor at you can, which is a social service agency on the West side. We've really been in the front lines over 30,000 Mills, countless upon countless numbers of mask and handsome ties, And so when I got the invitation in my box I was like one side of the coin. Do I think is needed? Absolutely Do I think it's um A part of our restoration is a city and country. Absolutely, however. You know, I wasn't raised to get in front of people and be ruled in. So one thing that I think is only right is to give it to someone that is, you know, right? They're being asked to be on the front line. I mean, luckily, at times, I can go two or three weeks, you know, working remotely, But you know, our teachers are being asked to be in the classroom every single day. Buildings for eight hours and more. And so I just want to do the right thing. I think your eyes a chap Ministers are in one B or we're captains on one B is that the group? Yeah, And the interesting thing is, um, When I saw that I was saying to myself, that's for the entire state. You know what I mean? And so you have to put into considerations those from the bottom all the way to the top. Of our of our state. And so you know, Lord knows when those that things will be available in a vast amount for our teachers here in Chicago. And in addition to that you're hearing stories of people who, you know, I don't want to take it. But then the shelf life and you know they haven't place vaccines. And so you know, there's a teacher. There's willing, ready and able to do it right now. And so, you know, I just wanted to again eight and what is being active us to say why they could save somebody's teachers they thinking or in one sea so they would be the next group after After your group. Okay, Reverend, But you know that you can't do that, right? I mean, that would just the they're already screwed up Logistically if people started because I actually was thinking of this, You know, I I'm coming up pretty soon. I would happen if we give it to my parents or one of my parents, but A just would so further complicate things, and I don't know if they're up to the job now. Well, I think that essentially, I mean, you know, constructing the system that will allow it. Here. People have got a little bit further advance and time doing such a thing. But I will say something that is simple is number one You can actually question and that's what you know. I'm simply asking a simple question. Can this be done? And I think the simplest way to do it is once I get my time you know to get scheduled show up allowed the person who's accompanying me to sign a waiver. And essentially at the end of the day and allow them to literally share their identification. Do go through the process because I know that the vaccination card sponsor, but how hard is it to send essentially delete someone who's scheduled and add a new name at the same time? That they're supposed to be there. Well, it's very generous of you, But is that what you're gonna do? Are you gonna bring a teacher with you? S so again. That's my intent on s. Oh, I you know, and waiting to get the logistics back in. The hope is that you know it could be done A B c, d e f g. I have not heard. Any word back from the mayor's office. Haven't heard back from the you know, Department of Public Health. But if this feasible why not? You know so again. I think that it should be done. I think it can be done. Hey, how's your congregation doing through all this? You know, we wait is difficult. I mean, we are adjusting with technology that we're in. But there's nothing like human touch is nothing like encouraging someone that you see when you know, Um you know when you're around, and what you feel from human touch is essentially best again. One of the reasons why I believe that. You know, our Children being in school is essential, but having safe teachers as well because the human touch is needed, So we just trying to figure out how to continue to stay in touch, But you know we're doing, say, simple and sacred Ministry on $1000 have have you lost members. You know, I have. Unfortunately in 2020 did not lose anyone to death because of covert. But literally last week I got word and it wasn't covert related. But we lost the eldest member in our church 96 years old, Mr Thomas, But throughout the pandemic people in our congregations, family members. Has passed away because of cold, including my uncle, but I have not had to, you know, walk with the family through grieving because they, you know, lost someone. That's a part of our faith community. Well, I'm sorry to hear about your eldest member, and I'm happy you've lost No one in your congregation. How about in general? How's life there? Well, you know me to be honest with you hopeful. I mean, you know, we write a different chapter on you know American history in a few days, so hopeful, But we are on alert. And what I mean by that is There are a lot of things that changing and after speed of time, and so we all on alert to figure out how to continue to love and serve all those that are in need that we are somehow connected and again when six teachers and my congregation, you know, are connected to our house. So we again alert on trying to figure out and being willing to help those in need. All right, Listen, I think when you show up with your teacher, they're not going to give it to the teachers. So I want you to roll up your sleeve because we need guys like you around too. Well, I appreciate you, man. And like I said, I'm gonna do what I can and can't hopefully get teaches a vaccine be well. The Reverend William E. Hall Sr. Pastor at ST James Church that is in the 8000 block of South Michigan Avenue is great to talk to you hope we can talk again. Rev. 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"chicago public schools" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 11 months ago

"chicago public schools" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Down the pace of the incident. There was also an attempt to utilize you support a lesson least lethal force tactics. Unfortunately, none of those were successful and the officers were forced to do what they What they ended up doing. The suspect was taken in Newton Wellesley Hospital, where he later died. Ryan says several Newton officers were also taken to the hospital, but we're not seriously hurt. This year's M passed exams will feature less testing time for third through eighth graders and no schools will be newly named under performing in the upcoming year. Said Elementary and secondary education Commissioner Jeff Riley and a memo. Riley said the shift to Ramat remote learning last spring and hybrid learning this year has likely lead to significant learning loss for students around the country. And the extent is not known yet in the Commonwealth. He has. The department remains committed to administering the assessment this spring, and they recognize the need for adjustments and flexibility. For students. Chicago public schools preparing for in person learning for some students next Monday. Chicago Teachers Union says it's dangerous to return after the holidays in the face of an expected surgeon Covad cases. But school officials say the facilities are safe, Mayor Lori Lightfoot says. Of course the city is concerned about safety. But there's an urgent need for students to return because it makes a big difference in the lives of Children. Lightfoot says The public school system is worked with public health officials to make sure the classrooms are safe and the city has an obligation. Level the playing field. It makes a big difference in the child in the lives of a black or brown child who doesn't have the same kind of access to educational excellence as someone else. But as all Children need the same educational opportunities in Wisconsin, the lawyer for Jacob Blake is disappointed about the decision not to charge the police officer who shot and paralyzed Jacob Blake back in August. So we're really disappointed with that. It takes 20 seconds. Watch that video the find probable cause and it took them over four months. Find a reason so ignored. Attorney by Avery Lamar.

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"chicago public schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"chicago public schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

"On the John Williams page, under podcasts of Today's show that 10 to 10 30 segment will be that pretty dramatic story that my sister told that is our family's Laura about UFOs. The Big International UFO Congress in Phoenix starts today for five days, they're doing it online. It just made me think of Jean's story, and she just recently this week sent a note to the author of a book about UFO's about her experience. You'll hear it again there if you missed it. Somebody wrote in sixth Rio and said, Hey, did your sister go back the next day to see if there was any trampled grass, etcetera. Why? No follow up. They just drove away with that story. I don't know. John. I do think they did go back. They did see nothing. I know that. If there was ever any evidence that would have been part of this story. They They did look the next day to see if there was any evidence any debris and he burn marks. Nothing was there right. So either they're making this up. Or something happened that we just cannot get our heads around. And that's kind of where that sits by the way in the book that she was writing about, she said that Not sure if the author mentioned this or just it's her speculation. It must have been somewhere in the book that she was referencing. Um that, uh UFO sightings are sometimes seen around nuclear power plants, and there are three of them around the Joliet area. There's Dresden. There's Braidwood, um, missing another one. LaSalle. They've got three nuclear power plants in that area. My thought is that they come around where those power plants are thinking. They're putting out some sort of signal. Or maybe they're suck in some of the juice from it from their fancy spaceships and somehow drawing energy and then they go. That's speculation on my part. I'm not a professional. About that. Tao of 501 the NASDAQ Up to 66 in the S and P Up 67 Wintrust business Launch catches you up on more that in 90 minutes. From newsweek dot com. This week, President Donald Trump his threatened to penalize the United any United States school that moves ahead with plans to incorporate material from The New York Times 16 19 project into their curricula. The resource named after the year that enslaved Africans were first brought to the Virginia colony seeks to reframe American history. With the focus on slavery and the contributions of black Americans. Some of America's schools have already been using it for months. Newsweek rights Chicago Public School District, one of the largest in the country, has been openly using the 16 19 project in their curricula for some time. In a September 2019 post. Announcing that decision, Dr Janice Jackson, the CEO of Chicago Public schools, wrote that every CPS high school Will receive 204 100 copies of The New York Times the 16 19 project as a resource to help reframe the institution of slavery. And how were still influenced by it today. There was a piece on politico the other day from a Northwestern university professor of history. I helped fact check the 16 19 project and the Times. Ignored me. Okay, so we'll ask CPS to join us if they can during this conversation, But let's start with that person. Leslie Harris. Hi, Leslie. Thanks for joining us here on W G. N I think for having the good morning, So from that perspective, you didn't write it, But at least you're familiar with the 16 19 project, right? Absolutely. We'll get to the sentence that you and they may be disagreed on. It's it's a telling point. But in general, what was your observation about this? Is this something that should be Taught in the schools, or is it just too narrow a slice and and too much emphasis on one aspect? What's your thought about that? I think it is. It can be and should be taught in schools, everything and particularly a high school level. That's a great kind to teach something like this. The 19 project is not a single day. There are a number of days there's a broad discussion of not only what happened in the past, but how it will affect our future. And our president, and so I think it's actually a really interesting way to teach history and make a connection between half and present. The other thing I would say about teaching it is that any history book that I teach text or any other thing As a teacher, I don't teach it as simply memorized it and move on. It's about engaging it. What questions do we still have? After reading it? What did we learn? What did the author leave out? And so this is on? Excellent way to introduce Kate. You're 12 students, particularly high school students to the idea that you could have many different ideas about history. And and have arguments and debates about it. I think it makes history exciting. I like that perspective. I'm going to put you on hold for just a second, talked to my producer off the air. And while we're doing that, let's also talk to Stacey Davis skates with the Chicago Teachers Union. I Stacy, Welcome back. You're on W G. N Take one. Hell you pretty good. I might normally just asked you how school is going for the kids today? Have you heard any reports? Well, in my own household status. I have the fourth great, and he only had one head phones on the younger one was taking place. It's a lot of work. It's gonna require alive as help from the home and you know, it s so I've heard from parents myself. So having said that I'm interested in the 16 19 project, and LF you need to talk to her off the air to she's just too muddled for us to understand. Leslie is back, though from Northwestern, so, Leslie, you know the question I have is, I wonder what the it is like. You were talking about it. It should be taught, or this is an interesting way to teach it. But to me history. If you're teaching that in high school would be all sorts of things. They don't have anything to do with slavery or the revolution of the Civil war. Right. So I presumed that the 16 19 project curriculum would just be A few weeks of or, you know part of a semester. It wouldn't flavor color, everything right? It doesn't necessarily have to mean there are many things to be taught in many schools right now. My understanding is that The phones are not working for us today. Go to Stacy Data skates. Hey, Stacey, I think you're going to sound a little bit better now. How are you? I'm I'm fine. Sorry about that. Look, you know 16 19 is ah, Look, it's necessary in our history Curriculum. Um, I am a history teacher, and I thought African American history afterthought while history. And it depends on perspective of and in our country For a very long time. The perspective of history began when White Man discovered America and we go through all facts and evidence that that's not history began. And in a particularly taking start that way here in a barrack up 16 19 project. Um, I think it's a wonderful project. I'll start off like that. And that's um and and I also believe that the politicization of it in this moment has more to do with Trump trying to win reelection than it does about pedagogy. Then it does about the need for inclusive history education. You know, fixing that two things speak like the vie. How should be having this conversation with America is a diverse place. With diverse perspectives. America is also a place where We have felt to provide full attention. All of the people who live here, You know you have this thing called women's issue. You have this thing called black. You have the car. Um, like next American history. No things are or fundamentally a part of American history..

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"chicago public schools" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"chicago public schools" Discussed on KCRW

"Chicago's public school district announced that it will start school 100% online in September. Of the 25 biggest school districts in the country. Only five are planning any in person education. That is a lot of working parents at home with learning kids. Our media production team includes Robin Edgar Drew. Just add Jeff Peters, Daniel Ramirez, Jacey Bold Charlton Thorpe Bent Holiday and Becca lineman and I'm Molly Wood. We'll see you tomorrow, Everybody. This is a PM I'm wearing helmet onto the point. If America ever used its thousands of nuclear weapons, it would be suicidal and a nuclear war. There'd be no winners. Everybody is a loser. All of civilization is at stake. We've known that for 75 years, but our weapons of mass destruction are still on hair trigger alert. And just one man. President Trump has the power to push the button. Is it finally time to make the world safer on are to the point podcast K C, R w thanks. Quinn, Butcher shop and Restaurant. Located in the heart of Hollywood chef Curtis Stone Partners with his brother, Luke, for a European style butcher counter restaurant, using fire based cooking techniques and grocery delivery. More info at Gwen to go dot com.

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"chicago public schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"chicago public schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Chicago Public schools Asking parents to weigh in Nick Magical makes his Big league debut tonight and more postponements in MLB because of the Corona virus off Maurin that sports and business Three people have been arrested over the Twitter hack that you celebrity accounts to scam money. W G N traffic Here's Lauren left A and this report is sponsored by Gap Factory. An accident on I 55 South is still being cleaned up in the right lane at US six. Traffic is salad from US 52. Still with a 35 minute delay a crash up on on the Stevenson is in the left lane at Route 83. Traffic is solid from First Avenue. It's an hour and 10 minutes to 3 55 There's an accident out bone on the Edens in the left lane at Foster in bomb, Kennedy is backed up from Foster. It's 45 minutes from O'Hare out. Bonsai is backed up between Addison and Harlem upon ice an hour that stuff and go between Sacramento and 25th. It's 40 minutes to 3 90 inbound side is congested between Mannheim and Harlem, and there's an accident out on the Dan Ryan in the left lane near 33rd. It's 25 minutes to 95th. Back to school sale is here get 40 to 70% off almost everything, plus new door busters for the kids starting this weekend logo and dresses from 9 99 teas from 4 99 and genes from 12 99. Find it all A gap factory or get factory dot com Through August 4th. I'm Lauren lap from the ID out traffic center, reminding you to drive responsibly. It really is a matter of life or death. The news is next. But first the WG and forecast here's meteorologist Dimitrius Ivory, potentially, finally a chance to turn off the air conditioner into next week. Tonight's low temperature down into the mid.

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"chicago public schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"chicago public schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The Chicago public schools and the mayor of this city to have a heart. And to make sure that our students can be Educated remotely until it is safe to bring them back into the building, she says of mayor life that is rolling back reopening plans. Teachers and students shouldn't move forward with in person learning this fall, The CPS board held a meeting this afternoon. Governor Pritzker announcing today he's extending the ban on evictions through August 20 2nd he says renters and homeowners can start applying for two programs set up for housing insecurity next month starting the week of August 10th applications will open for renters and then the week of August 28th for homeowners. Through the fall, recipients will be awarded grants of $5000 for renters and up to $15,000 for homeowners. He says. The General Assembly is also working on other options for homeowners who could possibly lose their homes. Chicago based United says travel will rise when the number of new Corona virus cases drops, but airline revenue will stall around 50 per cent of pre pandemic levels until there's a vaccine United Revenue plunged 89% in the second quarter. Pushing the company to a $1.6 billion loss. The Chicago Park District Board voted today to begin the process of renaming the Stephen A. Douglas Park on the West Side. This comes after a group of students of Village Leadership Academy campaign for years to rename the 218 acre park for former slave Frederick Douglass rather than Stephen Douglas, a U. S senator from Illinois who lost the presidential election. Abraham Lincoln and now W. G and sports. Here's Kevin Pal. Exhibition play wraps Up in baseball Tonight White Socks will be playing the Cubs opening day opponent Cubs playing the Sox Opening day opponent on the South Side, Carlos Redon starts against the Brewers Sox outfielder Nomar Mazara placed on the injured list. Today, He'll likely missed the start of the season. We'll.

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"chicago public schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"chicago public schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Every new effort tonight to take Chicago police officers out of Chicago public schools protesters gathered for a rally tonight double digits Marcella Raymond live from the north west side with our report on that Marcella hi John Michael yeah that's expected to be a big battle and it's going to start tomorrow at the city council that is where an ordinance is going to be introduced that would remove Chicago police from Chicago public schools protesters signed a petition and taped it to the door fiftieth ward aldermen dad's Silverstein's office they want Chicago police out of Chicago public schools Chicago spends forty percent of its budget on the police right forty percent forty percent that's almost all of the guns I don't think so we need other types of service in schools not militarized force it makes things worse for the students all the region at Taylor is one of three aldermen proposing the ordinance they all look like again Chicago police department is CBS and what did the board of education do absolutely nothing like this incident in January of twenty nineteen at Marshall high school on Chicago's west side surveillance video shows the Nygma Howard being dragged down the hallway stairs to CPD officers held her arms and legs a federal lawsuit alleges the officers punched her several times and that their behavior violated her civil rights they were there to protect the students from outside forces what's come to happen now is that the police officers are enforcing matters inside the school and in effect taking these children to jail for what we would call minor infractions or the matrix that ordinance within the thirty three million dollar contract between C. P. D. and C. P. S. Caleb reed says he was arrested at a high school basketball game because he didn't have his student ID I was agric approves of course like I was like why why is it happening to me you know but it was something I suspect because I know I'm a young black man somewhere Lightfoot has said that she opposes taking police officers out of Chicago public schools the Chicago teachers union says that it does approve it to be interesting tomorrow at the council meeting I live live in in west west ridge ridge Marcello Marcello Raymond Raymond WGN WGN

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"chicago public schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"chicago public schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Also put this out in twenty sixteen basically it's elected body that has the hiring and firing ability and does away with the current system of Kobo or civilian office of police accountability the March heads from there to the the forty third and forty fourth ward aldermanic offices of Michelle Smith and Tom Tunney both older men currently supported opposing proposal called the grassroots alliance for police accountability may life puts expected to introduce a bill Monday that would add protections from eviction for renters who've lost wages during the pandemic the proposal calls for a seven day grace period for renters behind on payments the idea is that the renter and the landlord would use that week to reach agreement on a repayment plan the proposal gives landlords several options including waiving all or part of the unpaid rent if the tenant agrees to move out last month progressive aldermen blocked a similar proposal the mayor says this time she's got the votes Chicago public schools is looking at the prospect of alternative sites to hold classes this fall WGN's Pam Jones reports mayor Lightfoot has said she wants to re open the schools on time but to do it as safely as possible so the district is considering holding classes at sites like McCormick place navy pier park district field houses and libraries this would allow for social distancing discussions are in the early stages and a spokesperson for McCormick place says she has not heard of the plan Pam Jones WGN news Chicago's riverwalk officially re opened today to the public been closed over public health concerns for nearly three months WGN's Marcella Raymond has the latest that means kayakers sight seers and diners can come back I think it's great I wish it was open a little bit more I think it's about time I'm glad things are by the circle but now when I think about.

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"chicago public schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"chicago public schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Today at Chicago public schools despite a tentative agreement on a five year contract the final sticking point is a new last minute demand by the teachers union its president Jesse Sharkey's non calling upon mayor like foot to give teachers and students there miss days back tacked on to the end of the school year presents Sharkey made a dramatic gesture I said I quote mayor I give you my word the fees six issues are the last issues she's refusing the demand the unions now planning a protest outside her city hall office at ten AM again classes have been canceled Tim Morrison resigned his position yesterday as the top adviser to the White House on Russia and Europe today he testifies before house lawmakers in an impeachment inquiry Pakistani officials have raised the death toll in today's train fire to at least seventy it happened in its eastern Punjab province the fire started when some passengers tried to cook breakfast on gas stoves they brought on to the train Twitter's banning all political advertisements globally on its platform back locally school district one await confirms it's investigating how convicted sex offender Frank Battaglia became a volunteer football coach at lake park high school in Roselle school's head football coach Chris role has now been indefinitely suspended this parent attended a meeting about it says she's concerned roles being made a scapegoat the way that the email at home today really says that you know all this was Chriss fault well I'm an attorney and when you look at the law it's not only the employee who is at fault it is the people in charge of that employee as loudly parks principal and athletic director have been placed on leave but technically is not accused of wrongdoing and now this from our WGN radio news desk at cranes here Stephanie Goldberg outcome health has agreed to a seventy million dollars so I met with the department of justice once a high flying stirred up raising nearly five hundred million dollars from investors the company sold advertising to drug makers on a network of TV screens and doctors offices according to the justice department and admits to defrauding advertisers by selling inventory it didn't have despite the settlement the federal investigation is ongoing I'm Stephanie Goldberg from Crain's Chicago business on WGN radio we'll get you caught up on WGN sports good morning David thank you Vic good morning The Washington nationals did it one more time the nationals pulled off another comeback and they get it the biggest game game seven of the World Series all on the road the nationals trailing the Houston Astros to nothing in the seventh inning would take the lead with a pair of home runs including how he Kendricks go ahead two run shot then added on the eighth and ninth inning six to the final the nationals begin the first team to win four road games to win the series and they won their fifth elimination game this postseason three of those winner take all measures are kept the nationals in the game while Zach rank he was shot to come out until the seventh pitcher Stephen Strasberg of the nationals was the World Series MVP it's becoming all too familiar story for the bulls early in the season another lead lost in the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the bulls one seventeen one eleven the bulls have dropped three straight there now one and four could be a crushing blow for the Golden State Warriors guard Steph curry suffered a broken hand last night a one twenty one one ten loss to Phoenix well the bears get ready for Philadelphia Sunday the NFL weekend gets going tonight with unbeaten San Francisco on the road to play Arizona the Niners are seven in all of the home of the Blackhawks the northwestern Wildcats in white Sox baseball data on it WGN sports Kobol.

"chicago public schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"chicago public schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Chicago public schools for a fifth day today as the teachers strike drags on the Chicago teachers union is planning to rally outside of city hall this morning as mayor of Lightfoot prepares to give her budget address the woman is in critical condition following a house fire on the west side police say the fire broke out early this morning in a home in the fourteen hundred block of south Rockwell the victim hospitalized with smoke inhalation the cause of the fire has not been released an investigation is under way the White House is doing damage control after yesterday's testimony in the house impeachment inquiry in testimony behind closed doors acting Ukraine ambassador William Taylor reportedly do it drew a direct line between trump's withholding of U. S. aid to Ukraine and his demand for an investigation into his political opponents including Joe Biden the White House press secretary called the news coming out of Taylor's deposition triple hearsay and selective leaks called the impeachment effort a coordinated smear campaign coming from the far left and those are the headlines WGN sports is sponsored by northwestern football Chicago's big ten team the Washington nationals leave the World Series and have home field advantage now after taking game one in Houston five to four one solo Homer drove in three for the nats who handed Astros pitcher Gerrit Cole is first loss since may Max Scherzer five innings for the win for Washington Strasbourg verses burl lander tonight in game two the Blackhawks continued to play the close ones are Expedia acts by Blackhawks report over the hawks seven games five of them have been decided by one goal another one last night with the two one shoot out loss to the Vegas golden knights who tied with about ninety seconds to go Kirby doc the top draft pick have the hawks only goal the bulls start the season tonight at Charlotte and the NBA season began last night with a couple of games including Kawhi Leonard's debut for the clippers he scored thirty they beat the Lakers one twelve one oh two the Wildcats host Iowa this Saturday at Ryan field in a big town west matchup limited tickets are made by now N. U. sports dot com okay date added WGN sports.

"chicago public schools" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"chicago public schools" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Our constitutional responsibility in Spain for the third night in a row violent protests are taking place in Barcelona activists taking to the streets angry about the conviction of a dozen Catalan separatists leaders Spanish leaders have started an investigation into the group organizing the protests this is ABC news Chicago public schools will be closed tomorrow as the teachers union plans to strike Chicago bear lorry Lightfoot announcing despite promises for more staffing smaller class sizes and sixteen percent pay raises for teachers the Chicago teachers union is still planning to walk off the job Thursday every time we bent over backwards to meet the union sneeze school district is canceling all classes to get parents enough time to make plans all of the schools will be open and available to students Thursday but there will be no instruction Bryan Burrough ABC news Chicago the phrase ladies and gentlemen will no longer be used by a major airline Air Canada will now use the gender neutral term everybody during in flight Hanson's the airline says it wants to create an inclusive space for all passengers beer is trying to make a comeback and because of that you may start seeing more ads for beer not for any specific brand just beer in general the move is try to win back consumers were drinking more wine and spirits Lynda Lopez ABC news real travel in the life changing with Trafalgar will discover the best way to travel and connect the culture people and places to visit you'll travel with the freedom to discover and the confidence.

"chicago public schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:56 min | 3 years ago

"chicago public schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The Chicago public schools nineteen ninety-five course, historic part of the mayor's takeover of Chicago public schools. You talked about your time in New Orleans Philadelphia. Haiti does the Chicago public schools need to be rebuilt? Look my approach to the Chicago public schools will be the approach I took in one thousand nine hundred five my goal was to going into lay out a five year financial plan. In other words, the first budget had to be structurally bounce for five years with guaranteed resources allocated to the schools in the classrooms and the objective was to give the school stability and continuity teachers need to know what the resources are going to be people adjust when they know what they're going to have year in year out. So the whole idea was to bring continuity, but you know, so the first order of business was bringing financial stability. And I think you can do that. Now for a couple reasons first reason is the new funding formula, we'll favors Chicago if they can stop the decline in Roman. And then Secondly, the city is now. The state is now paying the employees share of the pension contributions for new liabilities. So that stops the bleeding. So I think they're well positioned to do what we did about Chicago teachers union they already are talking about wanting more from a contract from CPS. How would you work with the teachers union in Chicago? Well, my protein when it comes to budgets, and when it comes to labor agreements is to if you lay out a five-year blueprint or a multi year blueprint on just what needs to be done into district to achieve our primary objective, which is to improve student achievement and to stab wish and to expand a student choices, then you in effect designed budgets around their plan or to support that plan, and you negotiate collective bargaining agreements that support their plan. So I've always been able to do that. But you need to know. But there needs to be a consensus on what the top priorities should be in the top priority should be programs that expand. You know that improve schools and expanded educational choices. So let me point out that I came in Chicago public schools in nineteen ninety-five when they had had eight work stoppages are some work delays over fifteen year period and negotiated two consecutive collective bargain agreements that were all affordable. I remember it because they understood where we're going. We reached the consensus on there was a consensus reached on the type of programs to improve. School performance of the things you said there was that we have to stop that declining enrollment. So what stops that? All right. Well, let me tell you what we did in again here. I am being professorial game. When I took over the schools in ninety five they had lost hundred ten thousand students the previous fifteen years during the six years. I was there student occurred by thirty thousand it has since declined seventy thousand but what happened. There was number one stability number two long-term labor peace no disruptions. No dissension. Number three. I put the type of programs in neighborhood schools that made the schools attractive, for example, Mendoza's talked about her fifty schools. Now, we're going to turn them into fifty like community centers all the schools had extended day extended year all the schools had three meals a day programs all the schools have school based health health all the schools had supplemental educational programs at so that all the schools became attractive, and then finally at the high school level, my strategy at the high school was to magnetized schools was to put international baccalaureate program. Language candidate programs. We opened five military academies west to put magnet programs in neighborhood schools to make those schools attractive. So what happened was after one hundred ten thousand reduction enrollment you had a three thousand increase in. What that did was it boosted our income because when when cities girl the tax base expands gonna have to raise tax people and not out when schools grow you, get more title one money, you get more state aid. So the the reason we went from a one point four billion dollar five year structural deficit to four hundred million dollar cash. Reserve and I left and a billion dollars in cash balances was in part because we held the line on spending we negotiate conserve contracts. But also our enrollment grew and I actually never projected a growth enrollment. I was just hoping to stabilize you Roman. I believe I could bring those same. You mentioned three areas in the city, you talked about public education public safety, and he talked about equity and these the three things and you have a expansive background in schools. Talk about some of the other public safety. We've seen just in the last week. We saw a high profile trial of three police officers who are quitted we saw a sentence handed down to Jason Van Dyke at some in Chicago felt was not enough. How do you respond to where we are with public safety? And let me ask you directly about Liquan McDonnell and Jason Van Dyke. You feel that that sentence was enough. Well, first of all I said publicly, and again, I don't pander. I said publicly that I was surprised at the sentence. And I thought it should have been longer period. And and that was it. But you know, you have to understand, you know, in every single government wants to take responsibility for Steve, you know, this. I've only taken over institutions and severe crisis. I have a good time. Yeah. I have a good time. You know? So when people say is this is this grueling? I said no going to Haiti after quarter million people were killed. Sure. That's we're going to New Orleans to Cochrane that. That's really this is not I love it because I'm interacting with people. I'm learning from other candidates. But let me just say something leadership begins at the top. You know, the look the cover up was a cover up at the top. Remember when remember when? Van. Rush straight push. A I remember that was a cover up at the top cover. At the end of the day. You know, the leadership sets the tone, the leadership sets the tone when I took over Chicago public schools. They said you're never going to be able to work with the union. The union is only interested in their own personal gain financial gain. They don't care about the kids we'd have to systems corrupt. Well. Two consecutive collective bargaining agreements that were really school improvement documents reaching a consensus on the budget a bureaucracy. That was I always like to say, I never liked to refer to people work for me as bureaucrats I was used. I'll always like to say that I am I liberate the bureaucracies I go in and liberate the talent within the district. So that the talented people can move into positions of responsibility because they're the most knowledgeable, and they have been longtime committed to the district. So I'm I'm convinced that the marriage sets the tone by who you will point by who you promote. So at the end of the day. I don't think there's any problem in the city in any of these departments that can't be transformed with the right leadership. Police superintendent. Well, look, you know, anyone the college that are going to criticize. A johnson. And and why Chico and preckwinkle? They wanna fire Johnson yet. They were silent on Rahm Emanuel McCarthy Eddie Johnson is from cabrini-green. He worked his way up the chain of command. He didn't want to job any inherited of department that had been significantly degraded and demoralized so what I fire Eddie Johnson. First of all the new mayor is going to be able to select a new superintendent. What makes you think Eddie Johnson even wants to stick around? But Eddie Johnson is not the problem into Chicago. Police department problem in Chicago police department is the politicization of the Chicago police department, and I've articulated a plan to fill the vacancies restore beat integrity rebuild the infrastructure. So you have the sergeants and training officers command and control is critical to accountability. And I support building a training academy a public safety training academy. And it's because a big part of the consent decree is to have not only comprehensive training, but redundant training. So I'm absolutely caveat. I can get the police department. The superintendent thing will will play out as it plays out. Let me add a caller in here. This is Diane. Hi, I wish I could talk as fast as Paul Vallas. Oh, man. I don't know where to start. My. The teachers contract, you know, we pay. Outstanding high premiums for health insurance were treated poorly. The morale is low. What are you gonna do to really improve it for the teachers because that's the real issue? You wanna keep teachers in the system instead of us leaving. Thank you for calling. What are you really gonna do for the? I could expand question that long that is very specific to police officers firefighters to people working city hall is not just teachers. But when you talk about morale and bringing people back in the city, Chicago, what's your answer? Well, you know, first of all let me speak to the issue of the t shirts. I my prochet is going to be the approach that I've taken in every city where I've negotiated contracts that have never been late and avoids giving raises but raises that you could afford. I gave teachers seventeen percent raises over a period of six years, and I didn't and I didn't take anything back, and I also fully funded the pensions, but what the teachers had was stability, continuity. They had support in the classroom. They had the resources they knew over multi year period that these resources were there, and these resources were going to be there. I also during that period of time because the district was causing never closed the school. So there was stability and continuity, and I also treated the the union is a partner, you know. Even when we didn't have a we when we were no not the Goshi. The contract we had what I called year round strategic bargaining because we would meet monthly to talk about issues that need to be addressed. All right. So what you're saying is it's a it's an organisational thing where you make the teachers feel like they're valued absolute and a constant check it. Yes. Absolutely. So there's not a specific than you attack. They're you're tack the entire problem in that believes in the last word on again, ask you to mention the website, but every politician. And by the way, I'm not accusing you of that every politician will give you a laundry list of things are going to accomplish. There's no guarantee you get elected. There's no guarantee get reelected in the first four years as Paul says mayor. What's a big issue that you realistically can get done in four years. Well, look of all the things I've talked about doing from public safety, whatever I won't make a recommendation if I can implemented and operationalize fat aren't giving one. All right. So, but it's budget budget and finance because the underlying problem that the city faces financial, and it impacts everything public safety, affordable housing taxes et cetera. And what I've done is articulated a plan, and you go to my website. And you could also look at my city presentation, which is online where I talk about what we're gonna do to address the pension funding issue, structurally, balanced budget and in effect permanently cap property taxes attacked the money. I attack the money. I well, you know, at the city level. There's no reason why you can't find five six seven percent savings in.

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