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Fresh update on "chicago school" discussed on The Best of Ben Shapiro

The Best of Ben Shapiro

01:06 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "chicago school" discussed on The Best of Ben Shapiro

"Calm. I'm John Dempsey. Chicago School Kids have been out of class since the start of the cove in 19 pandemic. What can be done to support their education In this time of crisis. I am pleased to be joined by Jane meant singer, the CEO of the group Communities in schools of Chicago. What is your group and doing since the start of the pandemic? And since the kids could no longer have in School learning we did a pivot, like many other places, and organizations had to do tow work with our young people remotely. So we reached out to them the phone Google platforms that on the Internet and tried to continue to build those relationships that are so critical The student success and focused on that ongoing support. They know particularly as you said, with the uncertainty of whether schools going to be in person or whether it's going to be remote or some combination. We want to make sure that Students have a caring adult in their life who can help guide them and support them? Particularly in these challenging times? I've been talking with Jane Men singer, the CEO of the group Communities in Schools of Chicago. Jane, Thanks for being with me today. Thanks for having me John. I'm John Dempsey..

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

Anna Davlantes

00:31 sec | 4 d 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 | 2 weeks 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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"chicago school" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:36 min | 2 weeks ago

"chicago school" Discussed on AP News

"Sure, Billy Geico great service without all the drama BP NEWS. I'm Ed Donahue. Opening statements have started in the Senate impeachment trial, Donald Trump's surrendered his role. As commander in chief and became the insider in chief. A dangerous insurrection, Impeachment manager Jamie Raskin says now former President Trump was no innocent bystander. The mob had said they were summoned by him as they would later scream in these halls and as they posted on forms before the attack. They were sent here by the president. They were invited here by the president of the United States of America. The Trump defense team, says Democrats airfield by a base hatred of the former president, government researchers say wearing two masks to fight the Corona virus is better than one. The AP Soccer Madani has the story. The CDC lab experiment found one master blocked around 40% of particles coming toward ahead, breathing in Cloth mask over top of a surgical mask blocked roughly double that, and two masks on each head blocked more than 95%. While the CDC stopping short of recommending everyone double up, Director Rochelle Walensky says the science is clear masks work. And even though Americans may be tired of wearing them, they need to keep doing it. Saga ROOM AGONY. Washington A new A P N O RCO Poll shows. About one in three Americans say they definitely or probably won't get the car. Virus vaccine. Many expressed doubts about the vaccine safety and effectiveness, even though few of any serious side effects have turned up more than a month and a half into the vaccination drive. Ah Georgia Prosecutor's office is confirming it has opened a criminal investigation into attempts to influence the outcome of last year's general election. Former President Donald Trump was not specifically mentioned. French nun who has become the first woman to hold a voting position of the Vatican says her appointment is evidence The patriarchal mindset is changing. This is AP News. Chicago Teachers union reached an agreement to get 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..

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Union approves deal with Chicago schools to return to class

AP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 2 weeks 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 | 2 weeks 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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"chicago school" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:05 min | 2 weeks ago

"chicago school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The Sudan. They have not been caught and no one was injured. Breaking overnight. The Chicago Teachers Union has approved a tentative deal to get CPS students back in classrooms. Glenn Marshall joins us live now with the latest Glenn Good morning. More than 20,000. Teachers voted on this deal, and it's been approved so students will begin school going to in person learning starting tomorrow morning. Certifying votes just before 12 30 this morning. Chicago Teachers union agrees to have teachers returned to the classroom this week among more than 25,000 teachers over 13,000 voted in favor of the plan, while little over 6500 voted against it. That plan will have pre K and cluster students and staff return to school tomorrow morning, then kindergarten through fifth grade staff will return February 22nd. Those students will come back to classes March 1st After that 6 to 8 grade staff who returned to the building on March 1st with those dudes coming back on March 8. Even with teachers voting in favor of the return to the classroom. CTU is president Jesse Sharkey still has problems with the agreement. In a statement, he wrote, quote. This plan is not what any of us deserve not us, not our students that their families, the fact that CPS could not delay we open in a few short weeks to ramp up vaccinations and preparation in schools. It's a disgrace in a quote And as of right now, that agreement also includes special accommodations for teachers who may have family members in the household with medically issues that could prevent them from coin out and about. Also, vaccinations will be given to staff along with teachers as well as of right now, though, CTU and CPS has not come to an agreement. On the status with having high school's come back to the classroom for now, my home actually that to you guys in the studio. Well, high school sports are returning to the Chicago area in the city itself will soon join. The return with practice is starting tomorrow. So here's how it's happening. Based on last month's re opening plan, high.

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Union leaders send Chicago schools reopening plan to members

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 weeks 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 | 3 weeks 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 Teachers Union: City has stopped negotiating

News, Traffic and Weather

00:21 sec | 3 weeks 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 | 3 weeks 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 | 3 weeks 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 school" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:44 min | 3 weeks ago

"chicago school" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"About our president. Hosting the water has decided to step down as president of Egypt and how change has come. But was it the change? The protesters wanted first Today's news. Live from NPR NEWS. I'm nor Rahm President Biden is inviting some Republican senators to the White House this week to discuss the next round of pandemic relief. The invitation came in response to a letter sent by 10 Senate Republicans to Biden offering their own plan. As NPR's Dave misted reports. The lawmakers say they're $600 billion package aims from were targeted relief. The proposal from the 10 Republicans is much smaller than the $1.9 trillion plan put forth by the Biden administration. However, the senators say they've maintained $160 billion for vaccine distribution, testing and tracing in PPE. The letter makes no mention of state and local aid. One element that's been a sticking point in previous really packages. White House has signaled a willingness to compromise on some parts of the plan. NPR's Dave message 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 grade. Coup is taken place in the Southeast Asian country of Myanmar were wrong. Song Souci and key members of her party have been detained by Myanmar's military. Michael Sullivan. Reports on some Tucci and other senior members of the National League for Democracy were detained early Monday morning local time. Myanmar's military own Mayawati TV says the military has declared a state of emergency and taken control for one year. Rumors of a coup have been circulating for a week now the military unhappy with the poor showing of the military backed party in November's general election, which the military claims was fraudulent. In a statement. The White House has warned me and Mars military that it will quote take action, if what it called steps to alter the outcome of the election or impede beyond Mars. Democratic transition are not reversed. For NPR News. I'm Michael Sullivan in Chiang Rai, Thailand Despite police warnings tens of thousands of protesters marched in cities across Russia yesterday to demand the release of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Activists say more than 5000 people were detained by police. You're listening to NPR news. The humanitarian group Doctors without Borders suspended its work in El Salvador yesterday after one of US ambulances was waylaid by armed men near San Salvador. Crew members were interrogated and threatened with guns. Two people were injured slightly. Canada has passed a sobering milestone in the Corona virus pandemic more than 20,000 people have died. Meanwhile, is Dan Carp and Chuck Reports, Ottawa's tougher measures for international travelers are about to go into effect this week. The restrictions are aimed at getting Canadians to stop. International travel flights have been suspended to the Caribbean and Mexico until the end of April. Also coming within weeks, people arriving in Canada from overseas will have to quarantine at the government designated hotel for three days. At their own expense about $2000. That's causing many travelers to scramble to get home to Canada and others rethinking whether to extend their vacations. As of Wednesday, all international flights coming to Canada will be funneled into four airports. Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and Montreal. Canada is nearing 800,000 cases and at least two provinces air considering easing some tough measures, despite warnings from health officials in Ottawa for NPR News, I'm Dan Carbon Chuck in Toronto. Former President Trump has a new legal team to defend him in his Senate impeachment trial. They include David showing of frequent television legal commentator, and Bruce Castor, a former district attorney in Pennsylvania. He was criticized for his decision not to charge actor Bill Cosby in a sex crimes..

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Chicago schools reopening uncertain as union talks stall

BBC World Service

04:44 min | 3 weeks 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 school" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:22 min | 3 weeks ago

"chicago school" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"In our business news on it Also sport as well. Alistair Ross will be here at the publishing house, putting great works by great British black authors back on the shelves. Live from NPR NEWS UNDERWORLD GRAHAM President Biden is inviting Republican senators to the White House to discuss how they might agree on legislation to help people cope with the Corona virus pandemic. 10. GOP senators had sent a letter proposing a package about one third of the president's proposed $1.9 trillion package. They say their plan is more targeted to those Americans who most need the help. The president says he'd like to meet with them for a full exchange of views. Former President Trump has announced to lawyers to head his impeachment defense as NPR's barbers front reports. This comes roughly a week before his trial is set to begin. In a statement Sunday night. Trump's office named David Chauhan and Bruce Castor junior to Trump's defense team. The announcement comes a day after at least two other lawyers left Trump's legal team. Trump has until Tuesday to respond to the article of impeachment passed by the House, which charges him with incitement of insurrection on January 6 when a violent mob of his supporters stormed the capital. House impeachment managers have the same deadline to file their own pretrial brief. The trial is set to begin on February. 9th Barbara Sprint NPR News in Chicago, talks between teachers and the city are stalled. Plan to return to in person learning students are to return to class Tuesday, and teachers are expected back Monday to prepare The teachers union is reluctant because of the pandemic, calling for more safety protocols. Their 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 grade. The Northeastern U. S. Is.

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Chicago schools reopening uncertain as union talks stall

77 WABC Weekends

00:32 sec | 3 weeks 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 | Last month

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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Bamboozled By Teller, Chicago Bank Robber Offers ID Before Arrest

Howie Carr

02:36 min | Last month

Bamboozled By Teller, Chicago Bank Robber Offers ID Before Arrest

"I think Robert gave teller his actual idee during ill fated heists. This is great. They're just not making bank robbers like they used really. Whitey Bulger is rolling over in his grave thinking about the other incompetence of the modern day. Bank robber, a Chicago bank robbery suspect gave a teller his state issued ID along with a withdrawn floor way his state issued ideas that anything like a D e B T card. No, I don't. I don't think I think it was his regular driver's license. Why would it say a driver's license? Right? Why is it saying a state issued I D If it's a driver's license? That's also a state issued idea. Is it not? I know it is, but it's It's very imprecise. Mm. And that's a good question. How you can look at just how the police log had documented. This is why you developed sources in the police department. Right, Taylor? Yes. So you could you so you can find out what was really used. Is that a dig at me that I didn't find the source of whether or not it wasn't a BT or an I D? No, I'm just saying Taylor Taylor used to go down to the New Bedford Police Department, just like I used to go down to the Winston Salem Police department and sometimes the Boston Police Department, Ednor Flores 34 entered a PNC Bank and the city's humbled park section. And waited in line before handing a teller A deposit ticket with the words armed and no dye packs. But how we die. What spells? Yeah. Uh, well, you know that. Here's the problem. The Chicago schools have been out for a long time and the teachers, the teachers are still refusing to go back, and this is the kind of the kind of tragedies they're going to occur. Leading the quick, quick witted bank employees to press a silent alarm. The savvy teller then asked Flores, who was wearing a hood in a surgical mask of the time. If he wanted to make a deposit or withdraw the employees then gave floor is a blue withdrawal slip on which he scrawled $10,000 and filled up his account number as 123456789. Before handing it back. Florida's proceeded to give his authentic I D to the teller when asked for he over his temporary state I d card issued by the Illinois secretary of state just days earlier. That's his name. Ednor Flores. Mm hmm. I'm gonna get. It was not a legitimate driver's license under any circumstance. I'm starting to think it might not have been either man covered in. It certainly wasn't a voter ID card says Rambo for 13 we I think we can assume that safely. Yes.

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Chicago school district cancels some in-person classes as labor dispute flares

Chicago Tonight

05:32 min | Last month

Chicago school district cancels some in-person classes as labor dispute flares

"Person. Classes were canceled again today for chicago. Public school students who were attending in person. This as the battle over school reopening is being fought between the district. The teachers union prekindergarten and special education cluster. Students were given the option to come back to the classroom earlier. this month. looming over the standoff is the threat of another teacher strike as the two parties are over. Covert nineteen vaccination plans cleaning protocols and even which data in science should guide the reopening process. About an hour ago. I spoke with mayor lori. Lightfoot and schools chief janice jackson. I began by asking dr jackson. How close is the district to a deal with the teachers union. And what are the major sticking points right. Now as i've said this week we are trying our best to make progress. I think there's no reason why we can't have a deal in cr students back in the classroom on monday. I know so. Many students and parents have expressed our excited. They are about that opportunity. So that's what we're planning for a with regards to the union. I think some of the sticking points that we've been talking about or the past few weeks related to testy vaccination and accommodation still are outstanding on. But we're going to continue to work car because we know what's at stake in. That is making sure our kids get a quality education mayor or jackson at what point does either or one of you arrive at the bargaining table to close the deal. Well i think we've got to make more progress grants. I think it's important for your listeners. To know that since june we've met with the t to now over seventy times. It lasts two weeks every day including saturday and sunday. The schedule time is from eleven to five every day and we would have expected by now to make a lot more progress in the last week alone. We've given them to different on comprehensive plans one plan which we updated and we've given them. I think that covers every single issue. Eight different issues from ventilation testing to plans and protocols what happens if there is a a positive tested linked to schools. So we're serious and we're going to be made it table but we've got to see some progress it. We've got to see a series of purpose on the other side. For example today we got a proposal from the other side. Include things like defunding. The police and having the cpu dictate housing policy in the city. Now obviously neither of those things is appropriate for bargaining on teachers contract. So we need them to get serious to come to the table. We can get a deal done. I am confident that we can. We keep waiting and hoping that we're actually going to have some issues that we agree on the issues that we've been talking about now for weeks. We still don't have agreement on a single one of those issues and every other bargaining experience. I've been in both as mayor but also in my private sector life. You focus on an issue you resolve it and then you move onto the next issues. We haven't been able to do that with you. Which frankly to that by since there is no deal you know. Kindergarten through eighth grade did have the option of returning starting this monday. Do have the option Starting this monday to be back in the classroom but even a large group of aldermen have called on pushing that date back a week. Dr jackson is that something you'd consider to avert a strike and get a deal done in the interim. Yeah as i stated earlier this week we remain steadfast in the fact that schools should re-open for students on monday february first. So we're still there. We're committed to that date. I think that the district has gone above and beyond from a planning perspective as well as all of the planning that has been happening for local school level. We have proven let us not forget. School has been in session with ask three weeks with students in our cluster program in students in our pre k. program in we have been successful. We plan for various scenarios we to implement our plans with fidelity. We know that we can do that for our kindergarten. Eighth grade students nets. Will we intend to do starting this monday. Even if i can add brandis. Let's let's also know that we're we're talking about this in the context of case rates dropping acitivity rates dropping. All of the metrics that we follow. We've been following since march of last year or all trend in the right direction and to those automated said. Let's kick the can down the road and get more time seventy times that we've met multiple times over the last two weeks we can get a deal done on a purpose and putting our kids i at the table and they have that faye mayor's was just going to add. That said you know this was calling for teachers to be vaccinated more teachers to be vaccinated before a reopening. Why not what. What could happen if you just wait for that. We have a. We have a comprehensive plan for getting teachers vaccine which we've had on the table for quite some time. Obviously gotta do it in the context of the reality of the limited supply of vaccinations at all the other. Frontline workers who've actually been outlawed in the grocery store worker sanitation librarians. I mean the list goes on and on absolutely we want to prioritize. I'm teachers and we have a plan to do that but we need to get a deal done. We need some movement in

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CPS tells parents to keep children home Wednesday as CTU prepares for potential strike

AP 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | Last month

CPS tells parents to keep children home Wednesday as CTU prepares for potential strike

"Is a snag and re opening Chicago schools. Teachers have threatened to picket Chicago public schools had planned to reopen in February. The nation's third largest school district wants part time in school classes to resume for Kate eight students. But over the weekend, the Chicago Teachers union voted to defy an order to return to work, setting up a showdown with district officials who say that working from home would amount to an illegal strike. Mayor Lori Lightfoot says she's disappointed and worried and that thousands of pre K and special education students who'd been back at school part Time would have to stay home. I cannot as they're in good conscience. The mirrors and mother and proud resident of this city. Leave these students behind who are family. The union says the district safety plans fall short and the teachers must be vaccinated before they can return safely to schools. I'm Jennifer King San

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Chicago schools reopening hits snag as union fight escalates

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Chicago schools reopening hits snag as union fight escalates

"Chicago's plans to resume in person learning hit a snag as teachers threatened to picket over corona virus concerns Chicago public schools had planned to re opened in February the nation's third largest school district wants part time in school classes to resume for K. eight students but over the weekend the Chicago teachers union voted to defy in order to return to work setting up a showdown with district officials who say that working from home would amount to an illegal strike Lori Lightfoot says she's disappointed and worried and that thousands of pre K. and special education students who'd been back at school part time we have to stay home I could not as mayor in good conscience as the mayor of the mother and proud resident of the city leave the students behind who are failing the union says the district safety plans fall short and that teachers must be vaccinated before they can return safely to schools I'm Jennifer king

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Chicago teachers vote against order to resume in-person learning

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:32 sec | Last month

Chicago teachers vote against order to resume in-person learning

"More students in Chicago were planning to return to classrooms for in person learning today until teachers said they would not. CBS is Wendy Gillette around 10,000 kindergarten through eighth grade teachers and staff were set to head back to Chicago schools today to prepare for the part time return of students next week. But the teachers union says the district safety plan is inadequate. Both parents and students are disappointed, though they actually all are failing right now. I need a break from my mom, the teachers union. And district are still

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Chicago schools push forward with reopening plan despite teachers union, city council objections

Bob Sirott

01:01 min | Last month

Chicago schools push forward with reopening plan despite teachers union, city council objections

"Public Schools leaders plan to update plans for reopening schools this morning, a day after some teachers protested by conducting classes outside of one school over covert concern Some 10,000 members of the Chicago Teachers Union have pledged their opposition to plans by Mayor Lightfoot to bring teachers back this week amid fears of the covert 19 pandemic. WGN's Glenn Marshall has more on CPS reaction last night, CPS CEO Janice Jackson responded, saying, Quote despite what you have heard, we believe there is a broad agreement with CTU on all of their in school safety concerns, including but not limited to ventilation, PPE contact tracing covert testing and school and district level safety Committee. CPS leaders Planet News conference for later this morning yesterday, teachers at Brenton Oh Math and Science Academy on the West Northwest side. I sat at tables outside the school while wearing masks and remaining socially distant. They were among the first group of teachers to return to in person teaching.

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"chicago school" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:19 min | 7 months ago

"chicago school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Shooting stem from a gang dispute in the recent murder of their brother. Chicago public schools is expected to announce as early as Wednesday that it will move into the fall semester with an all remote learning plan. WG and Michael Matier has more on what may have contributed to that decision. Earlier today, the Chicago Teachers union said they were calling an emergency House of delegates meeting for next week. Early reports indicate they wanted a strike vote to pressure the district into remote learning for the fall. The Illinois Federation of Teachers is expressing concerns about the safety of in school learning this fall. It's President Dan Montgomery argues. Right now there's no way to guarantee teachers that the classroom environments to which they return would be completely safe. He says his federation could go to court in some districts preemptively. We're exploring legal options. I think we'll have an announcement on that soon. In terms of reports, uh, to make sure that we can enforce Safety Montgomery joint WG ends and a Teflon tez. Lawmakers from both political parties on Capitol Hill have made concessions in negotiations for a second Corona virus stimulus package. We could see a deal reached sometimes this week. There's President Trump Progress is being made. As you know very well in the hill. We'll see what happens. I have the right, including the payroll tax suspension. Way may do some things. We want to take care of the eviction problem. People are being evicted very unfairly. It's not their fault. It's China's fault. It's not their fault. And people have been evicted, and we can do that with an executive order. So if we don't get and we want to do it relatively quick, a US Marine amphibious assault vehicle that sank off the coast of San Diego, California late last week has been found. It was located by a drone submarine. Seven Marines and a sailor are counted is missing and presumed dead. Searchers confirm human remains could be seen inside the submerged vehicle through video sent back from the drone. It's beneath hundreds of feet of water. Eight Marines were rescued immediately after the incident. One of them later died at the hospital. Among the missing is a Marine from southeastern Wisconsin. 1/2 dozen insurance companies were being sued in Cook County accused of not giving deepen of discounts on premiums during the stay at home order in Illinois and violating the state's consumer fraud and deceptive Business.

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"chicago school" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:47 min | 9 months ago

"chicago school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Be put back into Chicago schools that rally set to begin at forty seventh and St your life but says she's doubling down to ensure the police reform measures going to place across Chicago in ninety days she says educating officers about the neighborhoods they patrol is keep reminding district training my neighborhood history from the communities on perspective no officer should be going into a new district without understanding the rich history and complexity of those neighborhoods not just the crime statistics she says officer wellness is also a priority there will be mandatory crisis intervention and de escalation training the river now Sharpton delivered the eulogy at today's memorial service for George Florida Minneapolis he says it's his calling to seek justice against those who abuse their power and I've spent all my life roaches all over this country archbishop of Chicago cardinal Blaise Cupich join WGN's roe Conn he says what's happening today reminds him of what he experienced as a teen growing up in the sixties and seventies where there are ills in society left unaddressed dad will come back to haunt us if we don't deal with it constructively so this is an opportunity now for us to make sure that future generations of Americans young people going forward in the future will not have to revisit this once again we will re played the interview with cardinal stupid after this newscast he spoke to WGN's roccat earlier this afternoon governor Pritzker on the west side today says funding is coming to African American neighborhood federal dollars are coming in for covert relief includes a whole big bunch of money for disadvantaged communities and they allocated that money to make sure that it would go into.

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"chicago school" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"chicago school" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Thousand Chicago school force is Carmen and you go in the reserve guest views keeping pretty close contact with Maggie coach I do for my favorites and football coach and I know things didn't go absolutely the way you wanted so this past year but yeah I taste in the first year you know the work through this you gotta gathers conscientious works hello this is Brian did you miss something a combination of both because we got podcasts waiting on the phone ESPN Chicago at we one ESPN one thousand Hey is your goal along with World Series champion Ozzie again here Major League Baseball fame and I as you and I were both kinda have the same interests me an exceptional when it comes to our action in the bedroom is that right on sh you got that right especially you wanted to stay in the top no matter what age you have you always got to be on the top and that's my life you want to perform like a champion that's why we're here for blue true dot com it's the first tool will that has active ingredients the same as Cialis and the same as **** nothing like confidence in the bedroom these things are made in the good old you ask of a the best part is when you hit the sack you know you're going to be able to perform the thing about it because when I was a manager I'm not gonna run to trouble I called my bowl pain to close again now look to Bruce you may show to close again for me well let's close the deal for you guys here's a great deal for everyone visit blue chew dot com get your first order free when you use promo code ESPN just pay five dollars shipping that's B. L. U. we shoot dot com promo code ESPN auto.

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"chicago school" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"chicago school" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Of thousands of Chicago school kids will have no classrooms to go to when the morning classes canceled ahead of a teacher strike in the nation's third largest school system WBBM radio reporter Jim good it's just as the Chicago teachers union house of delegates voted to strike mayor like but told reporters the city has bargained in good faith while the teachers union made several last minute proposals and six dead two and a half billion dollars a year to the Chicago public schools budget with its demands like puts as contract talks are continuing we will remain at the table and we hope city will as well I hope this works on patrol and seven CQ president Jesse Sharkey says it's the mayor who's bargaining in bad faith by not keeping promises he made about city schools when she ran for mayor not only is there a man who ran I refuse and who needs to make good on those promises we've got the funding well the mayor says he hopes for a quick settlement Sharkey says there's a long way to go now to Washington after a day of quickly changing some say head spinning developments on several fronts mainly involving the Mideast abroad and impeachment inquiry at home we start with Soria where president from tries to wash his hands of former U. S. allies now under assault my Turkey Mr trump claimed the US has no stake in defending the Kurdish fighters who died by the thousands as America's partners against ISIS he offered further thoughts at a meeting with key members of Congress at the democratic leaders left warily more on that later but first from Paul reed CBS news has learned that in this meeting the president continue to suggest that the Kurds are quote communists and insisted that only the least dangerous ISIS prisoners had escaped in Syria or press by Democrats the president's own defense secretary could not verify that claim the Democrats also quoted former defense secretary general Mattis who the president dismissed as quote the world's most overrated general mom house speaker Nancy Pelosi another top Democrats walked out of that meeting at the White House accusing Mr trump of having a meltdown and he later calling her a third grade politician on the impeachment probe front a former top state department a testified the trump administration's politicization of foreign policy contributed to his resignation while the Senate GOP leader briefs his colleagues on a possible Christmas impeachment trial well the one to watch game four of the American League.

"chicago school" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"chicago school" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Guy checkup. Maryland's best dot com for the ultimate forty-nine ninety-nine roofing deal or for any deck window, inciting. These Paul the best at eight four four four. Mt. Best prices based on a sixteen hundred square foot roof, speak softly on the attack. Brennan, Gary stick ever collusion. It is. Fake, Mark Levin. Tilts misty. Great one. Weeknights at ten on talkradio six eighty WCBS. There were no Russia. The file cabinet was empty the entire time. Billy Russians, they had with the Russians that Steele who was working with the Democrats. Those were the Russians the fusion GPS Russians. Fusion GPS is the firm that the Clinton campaign hired to thirty up the Trump campaign. They did their best they give it a shot. This is all just straight out of the Chicago school, politics and the Arkansas school politics. That, you know, play dirty, but a win that is the left model the way you heard was Representative newness talking about this new Russkies, no Russkies involved the Russians may have tried. But they did not actually infiltrate the Trump campaign the FBI actually failed to be so either and they gave it a good effort date. There were no secret meetings. What what amazes me, actually? Is I will still have conversations with folks who firmly believe that the Steele dossier is one hundred percent true. Including the hookers in Russia going up and peeing on the bed that Brooke long slept on this. They swear it's one hundred percent. Even though Christopher Steele said, I don't know if any of this stuff is true. Beta part of it. You know? Why should fact matter Jonathan is in his car Jonathan good morning? And thank you so much for hanging on. Thank you taking my call eight. There's three very important things as subjects we should be really talk of every now one is we are being invaded or our borders and Mexico is getting away with not doing their part and stopping this. And the next one would be the court okay with assigned for foreign interference. Okay. And they have abused. The five court today today extreme where we should actually shut the five quarts down because of Asia be existing anymore and the third one would be Hillary Clinton. Okay. Talking about the uranium one uranium off or Russia's toil trees into America and highest level of our government. Yeah. But of course, that was of no interest to to Robert Muller looking at looking at what's what is the old saying, you know, don't don't criticize the splinter in someone else's? You have a log in yours. I mean, that's basically they weren't going to go after Hilary of. This was the assumed now many of us hope that now with William bar that they will actually take a look at whether or not laws were broken laws clearly were broken. But James Comey does not have the final say on what to do about those laws that were broken. He. Oh. All this. Involved in dropping all the uranium America's uranium to Russia is treason, and and that's anybody involved. Okay. And we need to find a who these people are every one of them. Yup. Thanks for your call Jonathan assure. Appreciate it. Bruce Elliott show. Talkradio six eighty WCBS bucks events initially search Amazon must not be published yet. So we're we're talking about a book that may not be available yet. I'll keep searching to see if there's an alternate name of the book, and we talked about in the first half hour of the show this morning. The book written by cardinal Robert Sarah who works for the Vatican. His book is called evening draws near and the day is nearly over and in it he contends that the west will die. That Islam will invade the world, and completely changed culture and politics and moral vision. We'll look this this if you know history, and this is an new this is part of that particular faith. This is what they assume is part of their moral responsibility. As they see it that is to go to other cultures convert people to Islam by the sword. If necessary. And a don't acknowledge that there's any other faith, but Islam, there's no sense of plurality in their mind. So it's not a surprise. But it is somehow heartening to hear. Somebody of the cloth. Somebody that high up in the Roman Catholic church saying, hey, look, this is what's about to happen here..

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"chicago school" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"chicago school" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"They can look at the same numbers that we look at in. They come to the opposite conclusion. Because it's there's so many moving parts. You can see what you wanna see, right? So it always kind of struck me that the when it comes to kind of like empirical evidence in looking over, you know what? What has happened in these different examples of where there has been more or less intervention or stimulus or whatever. It seems that it's kind of like. I'm not saying that there's it's completely infinite, but it seems like almost everybody can get the answer that they want out of it because people will look at one example or another. And like you said, they'll, they'll, you can cite say the new deal as a data point for helping get out of the great depression or even worse World War Two or something like that. But of course, there's another way of looking at this data. I realized that like Austrians light like yourself, you're not against using empirical evidence to demonstrate what happened in a particular case, but it seems like the Keynesians are just as guilty of coming in with a kind of an outlook. You know what I mean? Like they have their world view as you said before, which is that that government intervention is going to correct market failure. You come in with your your more like human action based outlook, but is there what is the difference between the way like the April kind of sumptious that Austria. Makes compared to a Keynesian like Krugman. What will sure. So I think you're right that that's really the thing that irritates me the most about it is not just canes. There's also Chicago school people to like that are committed to the officiant. Markets pop assists, for example, may can explain anything like the huge financial crisis in the big stock market crash stocks, plunging forty percent. You might think of anything that would upset the idea that financial markets are officiant in yet, you know, a true blue believer from Chicago school inefficient markets have other says in and I'm making this a literally would say stuff like this. They said, well, yeah, I mean that just shows how hard it is to make money in the stock market. You know if the fact that even these these guys run edge funds was computers of their supposedly lost a boatload of money that just shows how hard is the beat the market. You know, it's so no matter what happens it in two thousand six. When everything was humming along nicely, they weren't biting their fingernails. Maybe the market's not officiant now. So no, whether things are going nicely and smoothly or whether it's huge crash, either way that proves the markets. Isn't my point is that's that's fine. You can have an uproarious say, this is the way I'm gonna look at the world as an economist in any kind of, you know, like supply and demand, that's one way to parse reality, but you can't test it. You know what I'm saying? I can just decide beforehand. I'm gonna look at the markets with through the lens of supply and demand analysis in. It's not that that's right or wrong. It's just a might be useful or not insertive certain situations, but I'm not testing it per se. The framework itself in so by the same. But these guys, the thing that annoys me is they don't seem to realize what they're doing..

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"chicago school" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"chicago school" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Wbz am afternoon news update chicago school leaders header damage control mode following reports of student sexually assaulted by adults connected to the district the next round of negative ads in illinois governor races on the air leaders at one suburb asking one resident to downsize largescale political statement senators on capitol hill have their vacation cancelled wbz sports white sox now ahead of the twins to nothing in the fifth and the cavs hosting the phillies tonight on wall street today the dow industrials lost thirteen the nasdaq gained thirtyone and the sp five hundred up by two points clear and cool tonight with a low in the mid forty s to fifty s tomorrow in the upper seventies sixties have the lakefront sixty two at the lakefront the news watch continues at four thirty one topping our news this half hour chicago public school leaders say they have launched a review of their policies and procedures after reports that adults connected to the district have sexually assaulted a number of students the assaults first reported by the chicago tribune or now becoming an issue in next year's race for mayor wbz m's andy dane report school ceo janice jackson says former assistant us attorney maggie hickey will head the investigation and released recommendations to parents in august after reports of ineffective background checks and failure by cps employees to report suspected abuse there are loopholes and our state law that we have to get in front of this serves as an opportunity to put those things on the table peaking to reporters outside of cps headquarters following the announcement former school ceo paul vallas put the blame on city leaders jackson office that's where the buck stops jackson called the comments grotesques this is about protecting children i've said clearly that the accountability starts with me so anybody who tries to politicize this i have no time for that andy dane news radio on one zero five point nine fm what.

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"chicago school" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"chicago school" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

"You know this holding with so hierarchies are based on the withholding of something or other from from people people build hierarchies but social hierarchies that exist in society whether it be the class based ones or the way that gender power is appropriate threat society were racial castes or whatever is about privileges being withheld from other people people being distributed and one of the very basic and time like from time memorial ways that that happens is withholding of the means towards one's own ability to have shelter they'll d to food ability to take care of one's loved ones can you talk about what made you start thinking about post scarcity economics and maybe some some influences into your thinking around it we'll going back to the idea about like the cultural nexus of you know the cultural and political nexus on the internet one of the things that the internet does is challenge at the same time superchargers challenges rent ism because the ultimate in renteria ism is is the idea of socalled intellectual property which is the idea that you have a thing that has no tangible existence and that through its creation generates about passive income and all you have to do is just sort of sit there and wait for it to role in this is one of the ways that like this fight that i that i'm engaged in policy side about dram i think has wider significance is when you go back to the early literature of intellectual property in the chicago school you find this kind of metastatic you know metastatic choice theory where like this idea that someone who owns an in a piece of intellectual property could use some magic technology dust to infinitely divide that intellectual property into a series of products that are ever more tailored to the to the to two different audiences so like maybe you don't wanna spend the full freight to read a book anytime you want maybe you just want the right to read the book on wednesdays while standing on one leg and the market can produce this standing on one leg wednesday price.

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"chicago school" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"chicago school" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Structure of the market was competitive you know no one had too big of a market share and that helped to guide how they made decisions and then in the nineteen seventies there arose this group of legal and economic scholars often associated with the university of chicago kind of referred to as the chicago school led by bork and other folks who said no no no none of that matters the only thing that matters they said is what's the most efficient way to organize business and you'll big companies they said often are more efficient they have a connie's of scale so we should really let up we should only look at this question of if this merger happens could it yield efficiencies that might lower prices and this has been known as the consumer welfare standard and you know many of us you know have only you know we've grew up under this and so when we think about antitrust we imagine you know the current doctrine which is that the only question is will this raise their lower consumer prices there are a lot of reasons that that's a bad way to look at antitrust and approach antitrust i mean one is that we actually haven't been very good at keeping consumer prices low as a result we're actually seeing consumer prices rise as a result of a lot of mergers a lot of the models that they use are very good but it's also because in the process of focusing only on consumers we really lost track of the fact that our economic wellbeing also depends on our ability to earn a decent wage and that we're you know that we're also citizens in that part of this is about democracy equality liberty you know all of those deep values and that's what's really been lost as the chicago school has taken hold i mean just as an example in terms of political power just because it's incredibly convenient to bring up because it just happened literally yesterday the i guess wednesday of of this.

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"chicago school" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"chicago school" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"When he was trashing australia economics was that he said like well you know if if to australian economists disagree because basically one of them you know the only way i guess australian economists can disagree is of someone thinks you've made an error in your logic which is certainly possible but so he was saying like well there's no way to prove it then they just they just have to i think at one point he said they just have to fight if they disagree but really if you look at it there's plenty of disagreement within within mainstream economics who reject the whole proxy logical framework and the look there's disagreements between austrian economic austrian economists and they haven't they they haven't started fighting physically yet and there's it's not as if they come to any better conclusions because they go with this method of empirically testing stuff where they're just kind of lost and not actually starting from any any light grounded foundation so just like for exam right like you could have like the chicago school of economics and the keynesian school of economics which are to like fairly mainstream economic schools so say so the the most like popular i guess of the chicago school economists was milton friedman and the most popular today at least of the keynesians i i would say is paul krugman right so these two guys completely disagree about the minimum wage they're absolutely on opposite sides of that issue milton friedman used to say that we should abolish the minimum wage and and paul krugman says that we should we should raise the minimum wage and they both have economic reasons forget the moral reasons attached to it they both have economic reasons for it so milton friedman says it will help the economy if we abolish the the minimum wage and paul krugman says it will help the economy if we increase it so milton friedman's argument would.

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"chicago school" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"chicago school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"On tune in new sponsor by towns no financial here's steve good morning everyone nineteen degrees fair skies in chicago an outbreak of flu has prompted the closure of another chicago school comerica elementary school in north riverside canceled classes and all after school activities for the remainder of the week district 94 superintendent bryan get an says kids began show flu like symptoms last friday than a large number of students and staff were sent home sick on monday tip we are at absences raise between three and four percent so that was a lot higher yesterday they went up to close the 25 percent he says crews have for diff disinfected the school and they're now hiring professional clooney clues to cruised comeback in and give it another once over amid tell chicago police gang members forced him to rob banks because he owed the money fbi agents arrested fifty two yearold parolee alonzo turner monday in the city's austin neighborhood he is charged with bank robbery due in court later this week a person was shot in berlin early this morning it happened just after midnight in a lot near 26th than clarence this man lives in the area telling wgn tv that he heard what he initially thought were fireworks i was sleeping and that all of a sudden i thought that was fireworks cohen on actually a guy a pastern faster and faster and about twenty i get this will be shots and then and inadequate and that was real secured dozens of bullet holes could be seen in the windshield hood and driver's side of a car which the victim was sitting in police tell channel nine the investigation is focusing on that car no suspects in custody ballot on met has been accused of trying to lure young boys into his car happened saturday the boys ran away and reported the licence placed to police officials used it to arrest alan sundberg the boys says say he offered them pizza to get into his car near rolling and east kennelworth avenue a.

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"chicago school" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"chicago school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Mega ball was six in pale asides andrea tireless wgn news this year's budget for chicago public schools rely on close to two hundred seventy million dollars from the city but no one will say where that money supposed to come from at even see pfc oh forced klay pole there are many options for a local resources to fill this gap and then for meter commitment for a balanced budget and as i said before however this is not the time the place to discuss a in addition to the phones from the city this ep has budget assumes the district will get all of the money in a democratic school funding bill the governor bruce round or vetoed the governor says the bill amounted to a bailout of chicago school's the cpa has budget sits at five point seven billion dollars white nationalist crashed with counterprotesters at the university of virginia friday when things turned violent city officials are preparing for more socalled unite the right demonstrations by selfproclaimed white supremacist groups abc's stephanie ramos reports from charlottesville virginia a mad exceed as white nationalist carrying torches flooded this major american college campus several injured and one person arrested as hundreds of outright activists demonstrating at the university of virginia clashed with counterprotesters police calling it an unlawful assembly dispersing the crowds after to break out between the two sides some protesters reportedly being hit in the face with pepper spray president trump has assured the governor of guam but residents will be safe as north korea threatens to fire intercontinental ballistic missiles f jaswant guam's civil defense office is offering islanders advice on how to prepare for an attack a judge in colorado dismissed former radio dj david mueller's lawsuit against taylor swift the judge says there wasn't enough evidence that the pop star set out to get him fired you was accused of grabbing swift inappropriate we in two thousand thirteen swift complained and ula was let go from his job and in four heights they have something new in their community that they've never had before a baseball field 14yearold dominique curry can't wait to slide into home what that you had the slide also alleges line are literally rock and it's a big difference garage green who coaches.

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"chicago school" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"chicago school" Discussed on KGO 810

"Cannot show with one of those three areas prove that you have a plan line that one those three areas then uh you don't get you to plum now the reason being in the starts in 2020 so those who are sophomores now you know they've got to have a plan together by the time they they graduate in a in a couple of years those incoming sophomores so the rationale behind this is that there is a national movement other called you move in any way to hold schools accountable for what the students do after the students graduate i say there are too many kids who get out of school have no plan and end up not succeed in life because they get out of school and it's like now what away i do i this is a rahm emanuel rahm emanuel who is the the mayor of chicago this is his his his baby he says quote we're going to help kids have a plan because they're going to need it to should see you cannot have kids think that twelve grade is done in the debts it now the critics are saying that yeah this looks really good on pay april but fact of the matter is it will couple of days first of all the the chicago school system is having some really really terrible financial issues last year they had the layoff of over a thousand teachers the the layoff counselors and there are not enough guidance counsellors there to actually sit down with and help all of these these uh graduating seniors come up with some kind of a plan in fact at the apparently barely made through the school year financial you know they barely had enough money to complete the 2016 2017 school year so part of this is okay again this looks good on paper but if you don't have the counselors to actually had helped the the students to plan in how these supposed to do this then you have those who say wait a minute either the other problem you go with this is that what about students who don't have job opportunities and who can't afford coach so it does it really be who've them to say that because you have no job because you have no college you've got a choice you can either go under the miller terry or you you end up leaving school having completed all of the other requirements mind.

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