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Sacramento CA City schools set date to reopen classrooms
"Stories. Steady declines in the number of covert 19 cases, coupled with vaccinations are leading to more schools reopening here's fifth graders Sabrina Oldham, a student at San Juan Unified School District in Carmichael, Just since we talked three introduce myself to some people. And get to know people again. Sacramento City schools are scheduled to open for in person learning next month, The city school district finally reached an agreement over the weekend with the Teachers Association. After months of negotiations, pre K through third grade and K through sixth Special Day classes will return April 8th Grade. It's four through six are set to start April. 15th and grades seven through 12 come back April. 22nd District Superintendent Jorge Aguilar says 53% of their students are facing back to in person learning while the rest chose to
Chicago Teachers Union to Vote on Tentative Agreement to Return to Schools
"Stone Members of the Chicago Teachers Union are voting today on a proposed agreement with the city school district. The city of Chicago wants to reopen its schools to in person learning for students. Teachers union wanted strong coronavirus safety protocols in place First. The union's leaders are not endorsing this agreement, but they're telling members it's the best that they will get
"city school district" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bloomberg News Room. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson imposed a full lockdown on London and large parts of southeast England and told the public across the country to avoid travel. All this in a desperate attempt to stop a new strain of coronavirus that spreading rapidly in the UK Johnson said. In hot spots, a new level of shutdown tier four will begin tomorrow with all non essential shops closing millions of people ordered to stay home and all four and travel band except for essential purpose is here. He is from today's press conference. I know how disappointing this will be. But we have said throughout this pandemic that we must and we will be guided by the science. Johnson said The new strain of the virus appears to spread more easily, but so far appears no more deadly than the original virus. China has threatened to impose countermeasures after Washington decided to blacklist more than 60 Chinese companies, China's Ministry of Commerce said in a statement. Today. The U. S has abused export controls to suppress enterprises, institutions and individuals of other countries. They're both Blasio announced Friday. Major changes to the way hundreds of New York City's selective middle and high schools admit their students. New York Times reports. It's a move intended to address concerns that admissions policies have discriminated against black and Latino students. And increased segregation in the New York City school district Stocks fell Friday, snapping up three day winning streak for the S and P. 500 a day after it and other major indexes returned to record highs. Stocks rose for the week. Tony Roth, CEO at Wilmington, Trust, his bullish We may not get a huge death before we raced over next year, so on the extreme margin anytime the market was.
Cybercriminals Strike Schools Amid Pandemic
"All right, well, the FBI and Huntsville police are now investigating after a ransomware attack on the Huntsville City school district, so the system was forced to dismiss students early Monday because of the cyber attack. Now they're being told not to turn on any of their district issued devices. A spokesperson they're saying that they're not sure what to expect for the rest of the
"city school district" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Child to learn next semester. The good chair look alive this morning with the message that the system has for their parents. Go to good morning. Good morning. Janet's Yeah. Big heads up to parents about the deadline being tomorrow if they need to sign their child up for a learning option for the spring 2021 semester. Now, if this is if they attend Tuscaloosa City schools, that deadline is 4:30 p.m. to mosque They have until then, to do that. Now, all students must do this. They must reserve their seat for the second semester for planning purposes. The Tuscaloosa City School district also wants parents to know that staffing changes could Also happen for the second semester. This means your child could have a different teacher or even schedule, depending on the decision of other families. Now, students may find out possible staffing changes before the end of the semester. So again, it really just determines how many students will be doing in person learning or Remote learning that will really determine kind of what'll be next. Your child in terms of the teacher scheduling and the schedules all together, so we do We do understand from the district there wanting to make sure that people have this opportunity. This is the last opportunity for parents to go ahead and make that switch reporting live in Tuscaloosa. We wish you look at WRC Fox six News Underside. Thanks ago. She Hey, we're getting a first look at the new Fulton Del High School. Jefferson County schools, releasing these renderings of the school site, the athletic facilities there the.
"city school district" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"So daily Mail says that four million African people in their descendants were enslaved in the United States from the 16 1918 65. And they say the practice was constitutionally approved for more than 75 years until slavery was abolished by the 13th amendment in 18 65. Now something woman, Shirley Weber She's a Democrat who authored the bill and his has been campaigning for this is California's come to terms with many of its issues, but it has yet to come to terms with this role in slavery. We're talking about really addressing the issues of justice and fairness in this country that we have to address. So Southerners have brought slaves to California. Back in 18 48 tow work in the gold mines during the gold rush in 18 49 when California adopted his constitution. And you know, wanted to be ratified and seek entrance to United States, they officially banned slavery. Yet. Because of the divided country. From over. Understand you appease the south. They agreed that if there was an escaped slave That came to America came to California because California officially banned slavery, they would return them to their owners. So they need to research who did that and how that could have affected California's current Californians and then discrimination that persisted long after 18 65. So Los Angeles had been deeply segregated, they said into the 19 seventies last year, Sollecito Marin City School District received the state's first desegregation order. In 50 years. So there's obviously issues that need to be research needs to be looked at. But In terms of the money. What would that look like? William Garrity, a professor at Duke University, will come off in a book on reparations, says the states and localities. They just don't have the capacity to meet that task. He suggests. Now this is William Garrity, a professor Duke University. He suggests giving each of the 40 million current black Americans descended from slaves, which is the estimated number up to $250,000 in a trust. He said. It's a federal government. That should be the culpable party because it created the legal in authority framework that permitted all of these atrocities to take place. Now again. Where would that money come from? Well, most likely taxes, So you know, it's now you know what taxes If you add something to the gas tax, or, you know you had something to water bottles or soda tax. You know, we don't really see it that much. And I mean I see it. Wait..
New York City school reopening delayed until September 21
"York is the nation's largest school district. And as of this morning it is still the only big city school district on track to open in person this fall. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced today that a new agreement we'll push back the first day of school by 11 days. The announcement comes after educator unions had signaled a willingness to strike if their safety demands were not met. A lot was on the line here to work through. But I'm pleased to report that we've come to an agreement to move forward. NPR's Anya Kamenetz has been following all the twists and turns up to today. She's here with us now, Hanya Hey, Mary Louise. So this decision over whether to re opened in person and on campus. It has been so fraud in every school district coast to coast. Bring us up to speed on how this has all played out in New York. So clearly, New York City was hit so hard by the pandemic in early days, and in particular, Mary Louise, dozens of educators lives were lost on DSO. Now, even though over the past few months, infection rates are very low, and most public health experts say the city should be safe to reopen it. Schools with the proper precautions in place. You know, not everyone feels safe. When you have won 1.1 million extremely Davor students more than 100,000 employees. There's a vast range of school building. Some of them are quite old. And so the question of what is proper precautions had become really fraught. And so I've been tracking, you know, street protests by teachers said the chancellor's house, You know, meetings that dragged on into the wee hours of resume. On DH people calling for a delay, which now has been announced. Okay, so they reached this new agreement was announced today. Tell us what's in it. One of the details So, you know, New York City Department of Ed is pushing back the start of school from September 10th to September 21st. And in that time period, there will be union representatives visiting every school to do their own safety checks. Of issues like airflow, and they're introducing someone innovative Corona Virus testing program. It's what's called surveillance testing, so they're planning to Be taking a random sample of between 10 and 20% of the students and adults. In each school each month. This is Dr J. Varma, public health adviser to the mayor, and he spoke to the press briefing today. The medical monitoring program that you're hearing about today is really focused on the people who are physically present in the school. And so, therefore not people with symptoms. So I should point out. This is different from what the city's big teacher union had been calling for, which was to test every teacher and every student before the start of school. You know that that seems kind of unlikely, even in the next few weeks, doing how much all this is going to cost. We're looking at airflow looking at testing. It's a lot It is a lot. It definitely will be chief. It's coming at a time. Of course, when New York City like so many other city states district is hurting for money. In fact, not Mama goes near, City School Chancellor Richard Carranza said. If the city doesn't get a big chunk of federal aid, which the state is sitting on right now, They would be looking at laying off 99,000 employees rather than what they need to be doing now, which is hiring more nurses and substitutes. Just a few seconds left But teachers parents, how did they feel? You know, some are feeling relieved and hopeful that there's more clarity. Others. Mary Louise are still not convinced, and there's a lot to resolve in just a few more days to do it. NPR's Anya Kamenetz reporting Thank you so much. Thank you.
New York City delays return to in-person schooling until September 21
"School district. And as of this morning it is still the on ly Big City School district on track to open in person this fall. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced today that a new agreement will push back the first day of school by 11 Days. Thie announcement comes after educator unions had signaled a willingness to strike if their safety demands were not met. A lot was on the line
New York City school reopening delayed amid deal between city, teachers union
"City is delaying the start of its new school year until mid September. NPR's handsy Lo Wang reports, the country's largest school district is giving teachers more time to get ready for students to return during this ongoing Corona virus pandemic. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced an agreement with the United Federation of Teachers, which represents most of the educators, who work for New York City school district. Under the plan to start the new school year will be pushed back from September 10th to the 16th. Students will undergo orientation from home by computer for the first few days before in person instruction is set to begin for some students on September 21st York City's public school teachers are expected return to schools next week to begin preparations. The city is home to more than one million students of the country's 10 largest district's nuke cities, is the only one with plans to resume in person teaching this fall.
NYC To Start School ON September 21
"New York City is delaying the start of its new school year. Until mid September NPR's Hussy Lo Wong reports. The country's largest school district is giving teachers more time to get ready for students to return during this ongoing coronavirus pandemic New York City mayor. Bill. De Blasio announced an agreement with the United. Federation of Teachers which represents most of the educators who worked for new. York. City School district under the plan started the new school year we'll be pushed back from September tenth to the sixteenth students will undergo orientation from home by computer for the first few days before in instruction set to. Begin for some students on September twenty first New York City Public School teachers are expected to return to school next week to begin preparations the city's home to more than one million students of the countries. Ten largest district's new. York City's is the only one with plans to resume in-person teaching this fall onto the woman Pierre News. New York
"city school district" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"Any special favors it's it's lagged typically in opening everything, right? So the whole finger lakes, we got this where council and I'm I'm on assume chat right now. Well, you know does nothing has done nothing for us. Right we sit here cowering before the king like all the other peons peasants. Pretending that our local enforcers are our advocates as opposed to what in the camps they called the Capos. Is just an not an honest assertion. Right. And in terms of our advocacy, you know this this thing here with the city school district and and again the the superintendent I'm proud of her. So you know what they're they cut US twenty percent this hitting this hard I want all my departments air take twenty percent out of what you're spending and we're GONNA we're starting this now. Okay. I admire that but like the WH- who who, who advocated for her up in Albany Right. anyway kind about that. One of the things to say about that twenty percent cut do you think that it was just the Rochester City School district that got word that they're going to be twenty percent and again maybe this announcement cut the twenty percent right now maybe that's a little bit of PR to try to create pressure to get money from. The feds but I don't think that's coming I think that this move Leslie Meyer small I think that's your marching orders I, appreciate their their common sense I mean that's how we do it at my house but that twenty percent reduction in state aid that Rochester believes it's being hit with every district is going to be hit with that. And this is what this superintendent is doing. They're going to be similar moves and this is the only logical doable mood move. Rather that's going to happen at school districts and city governments and town governments county governments all across our region and state to two to eleven eighty back with you in just a moment on newsradio eleven eighty. Mary. Thank you so much for calling them. You're on Newsradio am eleven eighty. Hi How are you doing on longtime listener? I just thought we were talking about the bar situation and I just WanNa say I know two people and I won't cook their bars That are done. From Massachusetts, which is a dry state. Or Dry towns or counties they're gonNA turn in their liquor license and continue to run their eatery. safely. But people can bring a bottle if there over twenty one. Think about what I'm saying The repercussions, this will be if restaurants go guess what. You can have your liquor license. There ten to twenty thousand dollars but they're not, they're not. They're not going to the for so many you know I mean they're. In Food Service, they often make their money on your drinks whether it's your coffee or your soda pop or more profitably your alcohol that. Is What makes you know a restaurant profitable? Not necessarily things are changing. I don't know they're going to run in a lot of states you can bring a bottle. It's always been that way that's not about their economic setup. That's about how their state I regulated and legalized liquor A lot of states you can you can you know there's a pouring fee they'll call it at a restaurant where you bring your bottle and then they serve you that way. The restaurant gets a little money out of that but anyway, my point is. That The again, I'm not an expert on this. I. It I I'm on a jerk who sits in a room and I talked myself ripe and how to make a business successful is something. I wouldn't have the first clue of, but you know if there is a a pie chart that shows the money comes in to say, most restaurants an important and large piece of that pie chart for the money coming in, is there beverage money and the deal is that most things people drink coffee soda pop and alcohol especially alcohol you can make a good profit on that. So you know when you go out to get a steak. Dinner whatever like that? You know they may not make any money on your steak dinner. It depends they of course, do try to price it you know so that they make money on it obviously, but sometimes say the price of the meat may fluctuate low bid so they may not make much money on the on the steak they sell you. But if you have a couple of cocktails before dinner, you have some wine or something or a beer with dinner, they make their money on that alcohol. So you as a customer have been beneficial to them. This was a happy exchange for all because you were drinking if you know that. The they lose that capability. Then you know they lose many places the potential to to to to be profitable lorraine. I'm glad you called welcome to. newsradio wham eleven eighty. Eight. I'm so appreciative of your topic here and you've got usual done a great job on. Outlining it's do you know if there is a legal means some recourse where a whole lot of restaurants and taverns couldn't gauge musical groups of all kinds for a particular night and then get an injunction against the government before they try to stop. You know what I'm saying before they come out and stop you. Know Prepare. Where's here's the thing The you'd you'd you'd have to have a legal ground to pursue your injunction of course, the state which will tax you to pay for its lawyers. will you know they'll out lawyer you? They'll file for whatever they'RE GONNA file for as well. Also in this state I, think that they're. Cuomo owns the courts. That that's true of the state courts. You know you might have some local judge who might if you're in the right county side with you but as soon as that gets to appellate division or more particularly when it gets to the the court of Appeals. That's all owned lock stock and barrel by Cuomo and and you lose So that doesn't work and thus far except for the incident involving the. the weddings at the golf course over there in Akron the federal courts have not stood with us either. So I don't really see redress in the courts and there's no redress in the legislature because you know the the legislature is I think the phrase is in in Legalese. His but boy, we'll stop get Alexa Olson's newscast and be back with you in just a moment on newsradio eleven eighty. Because I don't want to be stuck wearing my old outdated glasses because I want to wake up and just be able to see because enough is enough at the center. We've heard all all the reasons why it's time for lacy over the past thirty years. 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"city school district" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"You have the capability or the awareness to discipline it right I mean the the notion of somebody sneaking to assume thing, and it's not a sneak. If you have the URL, you can go in there. And there you are and you sign in and maybe they know maybe they don't, and maybe they check you and in this case, maybe they don't. and. You can put all sorts of crap. It's a thing and it's Bene- thing all summer. Right, and somehow the IT people at the Rochester City School district, which again has just decided that it will teach hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of students online after absolutely miserably failing to do. So successfully through the spring, here's the superintendent we're having our big meeting and you couldn't even handle this right. And it's a it's how do you do it? Well, you can upgrade you can buy a system that people can't crash into like that as number one or number two you have a monitor you have someone who's watching and monitoring who's logged in and the first time somebody crosses the line you. Bounce them from the group. And the Rochester City School district as its long line of in Competences Continues Long Parade of competences continues. This is what happened and it zooms fault it's not zooms fault. Right this is a known weakness. This is known phenomenon it. It has happened right? It's a thing it's a thing all summer. And you have a massive it department. You're going to do this whole thing we've been preparing. We're already we're GONNA teach wonderfully. Well, it's not going to be bad. This time has come be great. It's going to be really great. We're really prepared and you weren't even prepared to hold your own silly meeting. Right. And you got shut down because you weren't prepared because you didn't know because you couldn't think. How to handle this? Why could block that Guy Right? I mean that? That's what happened. And the response is we've been victimized. We've been wrong why hasn't zoomed made this so that can't be you. Can't be racially insensitive stuff on here. So all of sudden it's racism and your victim and whatever else like that. As opposed to you were ignorant of the lay of the land, you did not foresee did not respond in the moment and and the deal is that's doubly concerning because what you are having the meeting about worst to tell us how frigging good you are at using this medium for communicating, right? Here's my advice if I'd want to be negative but the era reform and change. That was that was a passing fancy at the Rochester City School district the Long March of failure continues. And if you are apparent in that district I know this is so easy for me to say hard for you to do but but move. If you can and here's the deal. I. For example, I live in Mount. Morris Morris has a very high poverty rate mount. Morris is a very racially diverse community. We have a lot of people on Welfare, lot of our villages section eight. There are other community. I. If you are absolutely poor, you have no job you're completely welfare dependent. There are places across this region where you and your family can live to include where I live in Morris where you know we're not rich, Roy. Reuters. But our school is a hell of live better than yours.
"city school district" Discussed on WTVN
"END. The Columbus City School district has suspended all sports and extracurricular activities now due to the Rhona virus effective tomorrow. The district is also starting the school year virtually for their students on September 8th 1st time claims for unemployment benefits are still falling around the nation last week marked the first time since the start of the pandemic in March that new claims for unemployment benefits fell below a 1,000,000 but not by much. 963,000 people still filed for jobless benefits for the first time assigned the viruses debilitating the economy. The newly laid off no longer have the added $600 a week and extra federal aid negotiations in Congress to extend the benefit at a lower level have gone nowhere. That's ABC Zahren Gorsky in Ohio, Just under 21,000 workers filed for unemployment benefits for the first time last week that is the lowest level since mid March in the ST A movie is being made at the Ohio State House this week to not allow the municipality where your physical offices located to continue to collect a wage tax from you while you're out of the office and working from your home whenever there are dollars at stake and are a limited resource is there's only so many dollars to go around people. Communities will get a little anti and Uh, concerned about losing what they're used to getting state representative Christina Rogue. No big cities in Ohio, including Columbus are reportedly against the bill, saying it would take away tax income that they need to continue to provide services, The president says today a peace agreement has been agreed upon by Israel and the United Arab Emirates, he says today the two countries will exchange embassies and ambassadors. And begin cooperation across the board. There's a new idea to help Children in Ohio find a loving home Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services director Kimberley Hall says there are more than 16,000 Children in foster care in the state with 3000 awaiting a safe, loving and permanent home. That is why OD J. F s has creative profiles highlighting those Children and will feature them on the foster care and adoption website. The profiles include their first name, age, hobby strengths and activities, reflecting their personality and interests. Paul says all Children need and deserve for other families, and they hope this addition to the website will achieve that for more of them. I'm Sean Gallagher. And the Fraternal Order of Police in Columbus is holding a press conference in roughly an hour today. The police union will address Columbus Mayor Andrew Gin thers announcements yesterday on efforts his administration is taking to stem a rise in gun violence in the city Radio, 6 10 W TV END SPORT After losing Game one, a marathon, six hour, five overtime affair. The Blue Jackets look to even the series this afternoon. Columbus needed the break yesterday, playing on tired legs. Six games in Nine days. Puck drops for Game two against Tampa Bay this afternoon at three o'clock Major league baseball. The Red split their Siri's with the Royals at one apiece, including their lost 5 to 4 and the Indians get trounced and swept by the Cubs, including a seven to lost last night. Reds host the Pirates in a three game Siri's beginning this evening, and the Indians have the day off before they traveled to Detroit to take on the Tigers for a three game set starting tomorrow from the central Ohio Hunter Dealer. Sports desk My CAMPAIGN a news radio 6 10 w TV end With great deals.
CDC delays school reopening guidance
"School officials face an agonising choice in the next few weeks. How, if at all, did they send their kids back to school? To them. It's a decision about public health and about the kids who are closest to them. The president alleges. The decision is really about him. He's urging schools to open and criticizing his own administration's guidelines for opening safely and claiming without evidence that governors in school leaders want to keep schools shut to hurt him. They think it's going to be good for them politically, so they keep the schools close. No way. So we're very much going to put pressure on governors and everybody else to open the schools to get him open District leaders in Los Angeles, Houston, Atlanta and many other communities have announced they will keep teaching remotely when school resumes. NPR's Corey Turner has been covering this and joins us now, Corey Good morning. Good morning, Steve. I want to mention that the White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany said behind the lectern yesterday. Science should not stand in the way of reopening. Now people mock. That is if she was dismissing science. But in context, she appeared to be arguing that the science supports reopening. That's what she said. But what is the research to actually say? Yeah, That's right. The the science suggests that kid's generally don't get very sick from Cove in 19 so the administration is not far on that one. But it is less clear how easily kids spread it, especially if they're clustered in schools. But we have to remember that the realist you here is that many states are right now seeing substantial community spread of the disease, and the science is not clear that reopening schools in that context is smart or safe. As for that CDC guidance you mentioned Steve, our colleague, Franco Ordo. Nia's reported last night that the agency is going to delay some new school reopening documents, although it's a little confusing here because CDC has said these documents are not a revision or a softening of the old guidance that President Trump doesn't like, just sort of an elaboration. Well, that's right. Because the president criticized the guidelines to toughen. The CDC essentially said Too bad the science is what it is these guidelines so what would make the guidelines contentious? I mean, some of them are really tough having kids where face coverings, staggering school schedules, But maybe the hardest is keeping kids six feet apart in the classroom, you know, do the math to do that you a have to divide kids into smaller classroom groups. B. Find more classroom space and see find more teachers on that stuff, And that's why some places like New York City say. They're going to have to do a hybrid schedule, bringing some kids in some of the time What our various school superintendents saying as they make these decisions, So they're saying that you know, in spite of President Trump trying to sideline the CDC, they're still very much working with and listening to local, state and federal public health officials and Levet. She heads the savanna Chatham County public schools in Georgia. She told me she's constantly checking in with the head of her public health department and looking over daily infection data for her community. Every day and look at the numbers and I'm like, Please, Please let him go down. Please let him go down and they're not going down. Which is why Levet says her hardest day in this pandemic was not when Georgia closed her school's back in March. I was just last week when looking at the numbers, she decided there was just no way for her to fully reopen at roughly the same time is when President Trump began his campaign to pressure school leaders into quickly reopening Accusing them of not doing what's best for kids. Anyone out there who's questioning whether not educated or at home and not doing the work that I young people need us to be doing the wrong. That's Louvel Brown, He's head of the Ithaca City School district in Ithaca, New York, were working even more now, and we can't wait to get these babies back in our spaces. Superintendents do at least share President Trump's sense of urgency. It is better. To have kids back in school every day. Paul Imhoff is the superintendent of Upper Arlington schools near Columbus, Ohio. All of us want that all of us are anxious for that. But then in half pauses as soon as it's safe, Michael Ina hosta who runs the Dallas Independent School District puts it this way. Sometimes parents forgive us if we commit educational malpractice. They will never forgive us if we let something happen to their Children, So what does it mean to open schools safely? Many school leaders are following. CDC is recommendation to space desks six feet apart, and Brown says that's forcing him to get creative will use everyone about spaces. We hope to be able to get outside and you those faces as well. But I still don't think we can get all of our young people in school at the same time in Dallas. Michael in a hostess says. We think we can have a pretty safe learning about him. But we're gonna have mask We're goingto have face shields. We're going to have a Plexiglas in the classroom. The plexiglass. He's Says, helps him fit more students into each classroom. Even with that, though, Dallas County is seeing substantial community spread of the disease. So in a hostess says he wants to delay the start of school by several weeks. Chad guest in the head of the Phoenix Union High School District, says this pandemic is forcing educators to become epidemiologists. We were spending so much time studying Respiratory droplets and measuring classrooms and how many kids fit on a bus and how to transition thousands of kids between periods that we lost track of the core of our work. And that core guest in says is teaching and learning. So Steve with infection rates skyrocketing in Arizona to guest in recently announced that for now, at least all of his students are going to keep learning remotely. And that way, he says he and his staff Khun Get back to focusing on you know how to be a great school. Well, sounds like the bottom line is that many schools maybe even most schools will not open on time in August of the start of September. At least not fully know. I think there's just too much uncertainty, especially with infection rates rising again in so many places. It's also worth noting, though, that several recent national polls show a majority of parents Really opposed schools rushing to reopen two parents are on the side of schools. In many places. I even heard from the superintendent in Ithaca, where infection rates are pretty low, Super intown Superintendent Brown told me. You know the key to everyone being able to return to school there. Really boils down to one word, vaccine them. And if you have different schools, making different decisions in different areas, you have parents looking around and saying, Wait a minute. What are we supposed to do here and wanting to be conscious with their own kids, right? Absolutely. I mean, it gets back to the same old line I've heard every day since covering schools, which is their controlled locally. Cory, Thanks for your work. Thank you. Steve, NPR's education
Chicago Teachers Union calls for all schools to open remotely this fall with online classes only
"Cases. She reminds them that they're putting older people at risk. Still, she says, the city of Chicago has been making progress, Our daily hospitalizations and deaths. Look great. At this point are hospitalizations continue to decline. We have fewer people by and large hospitalized. Fewer people in the I C u fewer people on ventilators in Chicago then we've had for Kobe did any points. It's Martin. Chicago Teachers Union says there's no way to safely reopen schools in September, and students will have to continue with remote learning. DVDs. Courtney Guzman on what CTU President Jesse Sharkey is saying Today Cove it 19 cases are soaring. Instead of dissipating. There's simply no way to guarantee safety for in school learning during an out of control pandemic. That means we must revert Storm. We're learning. Sharkey noted to Big City Schools, District's Los Angeles and San Diego have made the decision already to continue with the remote learning for nearly all instruction this fall. The mother who killed her five year old son age, a friend last a year will soon learn
"city school district" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Questions, but when it comes to confess. To stand chosen not a lie. Don't be folio for these children to show their work from September Phil. Win The Kovic Body, and if those children were doing their work, and what's the one grade level then we can still pass them, but we have something to show that they were doing. They were so. That's how they were still pass within the past four or three could. I would gave it to the. That's bad wasn't fought them. They were the path to and that would have been level. Everybody's on fame level. To. Discipline things in perspective. So. City school district. Estimated attendance, a hummy dummied students, the tenuous your school rival. Sydney. Can. Seven hundred fifty students. Let's go on three hundred teachers janitors. It might be thousand people in is one building at one time. Is in the building seventy three in the city. Right the. is on the speech peaches we talking about. You know.
"city school district" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"Eighty off big differs dad. We're I'd be speaking with Alex. Unison Chief of staff for Mayor Lovely. Warren spent a was it three years at the White House. Yeah three years. That's not so bad working with President Obama and now a candidate for New York state assembly in that seat currently held by Harry Bronson a why. Why are you running? Please Sir her so I think you know what when I look at this community and they see you know all of the opportunities and challenges that we have the biggest thing that has stood out to me is the state of the Rochester City School district. I mean you know folks who have been paying attention to have seen that we've now gone through seven superintendents in ten years Superintendent after superintendent is run out of town by a school board that is hyper. Partisan micromanaging Highly paid and you know..
"city school district" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The city school district from continuing to distribution on a plan for distributing computers and devices to self later this week now and I did have conversation with the superintendent last week about this very thing nothing has order would prohibit that those activities I should say I would date him order going to be on board with that people that are on the house living outside we're doing everything we can and I'm glad bread officiers here come on up red eye she comes up she and her team alright holes have been working around the clock to secure course shelter capacity respite care and alternative housing for are people experiencing homelessness and I'll ask her to update us thanks for the question our purpose is the same as it has always been whenever we have contact with people without housing it's in order to get them connected to services and housing in those resources and so we'll continue to encourage folks to have those resources at this time to reiterate our strategy overall is to support our excess our existing shelters to set up supplemental shelters that allow for greater social distance scene and then to also have respite rooms I want to thank the community our office has gotten a lot of enquiries today even about motels hotels that are willing to step up and work with us on how we can have respite room so thank you to that ongoing response the Bob more with the liquor store yes you other states have decided that liquor stores are essential they're keeping them open as far as I understand you're closing tomorrow at five PM why making it and not wide why is this different from New York City for instance I'm not white why does different from New York City print them but we do not have them listed as essential George Joe and I just checked rather I believe that's the be the yes it is the case from the city attorney's office you know as much as I might think it's essential for me is not essential for further for everyone but it is I I don't mean to be in just with that but the reality is is that is that we do not see it as a central service this is a bit tonight would be the opportunity for you to go grab supply if you need to resupply.
"city school district" Discussed on WTVN
"Six ten WTVN radio station Ohio's unemployment rate held steady at four point two percent in November for the third month in a row the number of unemployed in Ohio was up a thousand from October to November number of unemployed is decreased by twenty thousand since November of last year when the unemployment rate for a four point six percent the national unemployment rate was three point five percent last month down three point seven in November of twenty eighteen the ayes school district were Heisman Trophy winner Joe burrow played football as name it's high school stadium in his honor the Athens city school district board of education posted a proclamation about renaming the brought renaming the stadium this week details burrows accomplishments as quarterback for Athens high school where he was named Ohio's Mr football in twenty fourteen and it LA she worries quarterback for the undefeated Tigers were originally committed to Ohio state before transferring prior to the twenty eighteen season this is a call for help if you actually take the time to read labels at the grocery store some of the information is jarring lots of sugar and salt fat and calories researchers are still trying to find ways to encourage healthier choices in this might do it how much exercise would it take to burn off one cookie in other words a label that includes exercise calories so a chocolate bar that lists two hundred thirty calories but also have icons for forty two minutes of walking or twenty two minutes of running some obesity experts warn that could backfire reinforcing negative attitudes about exercise like a punishment for eating instead of promoting environments were making good choices is easier one early analysis suggests this kind of labeling could lead people to pick a lower calorie items when compared to no labels at all but the results aren't as clear when compared to other types.
"city school district" Discussed on X96
"Pastries and all right pastries that you want we listen I don't believe pastry my I don't believe anybody when you're gone any good good buys from a patient as a you get good advice from Regina pastries always treat yeah well like I say it over and browse in a minute do we have a minute to browse now no this is a full show where we're moving right along I was I was in all been yesterday I am is awesome it is it's awesome and it's my home town you know how much I love Aug and so I was there and I and every time I go to log in I try to come back with another interesting fact about all of them another under some of your previous back well I I found out that all gives the city in America where you're most likely to get hit in the head with a beer bottle statistically I also found that on Aug tonight's most of them have at least two jobs and most of them that list their second job as in bands or and yesterday I found this out I was at the one of the schools up in Ogden a city school longer city school and they do all kinds of surveys among school kids you know they will they want to know what their their habits are what they what their family lives are like and they did a survey on eating habits of Aug in school children and they they said what is your favorite snack food and kids in the Ogden city school district almost overwhelmingly eighty seven percent said their favorite snack food for.
"city school district" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"You can take your kids, and the more money, you have the more wealth the more opportunity, you have to kind of go and see the best doctors and be part of the best care. The fact is you can't give a hospital enough money. To do a good to do a good enough job that. Poor poor people will be able to go there and get first rate care. So for example, this is what I'm getting at here. And I still have a bleeding headache from last night. So here's what I'm getting at look at every inner city look at most inner city schools. They have a tough time attracting good teachers. They just keep increasing the taxes in order to pay for schools, the schools, don't improve your. I mean in Kansas. I think the Kansas City school district is still unaccredited. Now education is supposed to be a write in this country. So how on earth can you have a school? That is unaccounted will truth is it's not a right. It's it is a luxury that we enjoy here in America. And the fact is you can't put enough money into that school to make it a good school. Why? Because the p- the kids who are going to that school the best. Teachers don't wanna work there. They don't wanna be in the inner city school. They wanna be in the suburbs school or in the private school where they have parents who are interactive and engaged where the the children are well behaved, and they don't have the kind of prompt where there's a cooperation between the school and the students, and the parents that doesn't happen in the inner city the way that it happens in the suburbs. And so most of the good teachers end up going there, and what you get left within the inner city is a bunch of clock punching teachers not all of them. But even the ones who want to do a good job. Can't do a good job. Because of the bureaucratic red tape inside the education system, the same thing is true in the hospitals. None of the best doctors wanna work in some inner city hospital, unless they they're an ER doctor, and they really like Poland bullets out of people. They don't wanna have to be there. Giving free care to a bunch of people who don't take care of themselves, and who frankly are just sucking up resources. That's not where they want to invest their time. And so you are never going to get quality as the type of quality care from say an inner city hospital as you will from one of the big suburb hospitals where all the rich and famous people take their kids. I'm sorry. Go to get end, go to get medical treatment..
"city school district" Discussed on KTRH
"Talks to the people involved in the top stories of the day every day. Sean Hannity is on this John Gillam back in for a good, buddy. Sean Hannity who's on his way back home from Vietnam. While what a week that was for those guys for Linda and the rest of them that were over there. And I'm sure that they are going to be happy to be back, man. There's nothing like coming back to the United States. If you've been out of the country and to see, you know, I gotta give the props to all the all the officers that work when you go through immigration and use it just unbeliev you've been another country and you go through their immigration. It's a little odd you come back through hours, and it's pristine it's like uniformed in everything that they do is. And it just makes you realize the country that you live in how incredible this country is you know, I spent I went down about three or four years ago. So I went down to Venezuela. With vice media, and you can look up vice PM see that stands for for the pair military contractors. They were doing a story on the contractors, basically, they call PM sees, but three hours were just security, contractors and security experts. And I was down there doing a protection detail, and they were along for the ride, and it was unbelievable held for three hours when they found out that I used to be an FBI agent, basically. And it is it's pretty incredible. If you get a chance to. Look into what's happening in Venezuela. And compare and contrast that with what's happening in South Africa and compare and contrast that with what's happening in Australia in London, and Paris and all over the globe. What you're going to see is that there is not it is not just here in this country. Okay. You're not just seeing the the Democrats doing stupid things in the United States AFC is not just somebody who popped up inside the United States. So. The reality with this is that it is a global movement. It is a global movement that you have to realize is happening faster than most people think Texas is an incredible example, Texas. Is falling to the left faster than most Texans even know Florida has fallen. Right. You cannot even have somebody run for office in Florida. That is a realist it has an acute understandings of. Effective decision making process. Get elected in Florida. Because they're going to have to subscribe to the Republican party. And that may or may not work out. I've had incredible friends that have ran for office that have unbelievable qualifications. But yet they ran against somebody who has an establishment member in the Republican party, and they didn't get in. They didn't get funding by the Republican party. And they sent the same person in Washington DC that was there before just incompetent walk for the establishment. In florida. You can't even go down there to represent the people. It's going to turn into a melee, and you're going to be fighting against people. I don't mistaken for my last name Guillem. He spells it different. But the guy that was running for governor who's a criminal. But the the point that you have to understand about this is that it is not just happening in the United States. It's not just happening in this state or that one it's not just a battle between Donald Trump and the media. This is a global family tree a global family tree. So. You have to understand this and get the mindset. You have to get the mindset that when you look at what's going on in the world. It is coordinated. That's the big thing. You have to realize that this stuff is coordinated and when I talk to people about this and their minds start to pop open. They start to realize let me give you an example of how coordination works globally on a very very small scale. You get in your car in the United States, and you drive down the road. The roads are certain width k some some countries you drive with the past the driver, the left and some you drive with the driver in the right? But the roads are basically the same with cars have been designed universally. The same way road signs are pretty much the same way. I remember when those roundabouts started getting popular, they're popular in Europe. Now, they're starting to get popular here. And it spreads around the globe. What you need to realize is that these are things that are spread university. Why because it works because people who are specialists and experts in road construction, and the car manufacturers and standards and things like that come about. And then those things are global, and then that's just the way it becomes this is a width of a car. And so that's the the width of a road. Right. And that's universal wherever you go. Never been country where that's not how the roads were. The the yellow lines in the middle or the street signs weren't very similar. Well, that's on a simple scale. But when we look at how kings, and queens, and I went to Ireland a couple of months ago. And you look at how long used to take for kings and queens to change your for things to change. You know, that is not a two hundred years or more for sometimes a thousand years for a family to get pushed out or for things just to to advance. Now, they advance in thirty seconds. But it's a global movement. And when things are this similar in Australia or South Africa or London or in France, when they're that similar to the way that they are happening here in the United States and the way that they're happening in our individual states. It should if you're driving down the road right now. And listen to this you should just kind of take a deep breath and think about that. Okay. Think about that. It is not just our mainstream media. It is not just the democrat party. This is a global global fist that is squeezing the planet. Now, I don't believe in a one world government. I believe that there needs to be separate governments separate countries borders, and why is that because when you open up and globalist know, this when you open up the entire country so that everybody can mill about and so everybody can do what they wanna do. And go. Wherever they wanna go. What what do you two seconds to think about this? What do you think is going to happen? What do you think if the thousand years ago? Somebody told a king that we want to get rid of all the borders in all the countries around the world. What do you think that king would start to do immediately? He would start to maneuver for power. And that is what's happening. They are maneuvering for power, and they're on the micro scale, and they're on the macro scale states cities school districts. And what's crazy is they get power in a snap. Because they don't have to get a lot of votes to get it. Appear in New York City. The Blasios was elected with six hundred thousand votes in a city that has eight million. I mean think about that folks. That's how few people went to vote for Blasi. Oh, a communist worked for the communist Nicaraguans winter rush on his honeymoon. He and Bernie Sanders are one in the same. You need to think about this Bernie Sanders. Heo see de Blasios these wackadoo that in congress from all these states. These local mayors that are that are part of the establishment, many of them are in the Republican party. You look at the media and the way the media works. I could go on and on about how they treated Trump and the way that it paraded Cohen, we'll talk about that through the rest of this show. But it is not just in the United States. This is a global movement for power. And we have examples I've been talking to somebody who's from South Africa, and they talk it was incredible this, I hate colors in conversations. Right. But this person is white skin was a tremendous fan of Mel Nelson Mandela, and they said Nelson Mandela put certain stopgaps in the way that he did things and wrote laws because he saw the potential of what's happening over there. Right now. And what's happening over there? Right now is a completely destroyed country. It's people are being murdered at an amazing rate. Reparations are happening where they're just going in and taking people's lands because of the color of their skin. But what did they do before? They did all that. What do you think? They did. They took all their guns away. Australia taking all their guns away. So. I want you all to consider this as we get ready to go to break here in just a second. I want you consider this. That what you're seeing every day when you see Cohen paraded and giving a voice when you see Bernie Sanders on the view. I hope you're not watching that show. You literally lose brain cells watching the view, if you hear a say, something that's mind boggling and people clap like she's the Queen of England. It's a global movement. It's just being refined in other places just like terrorism they refined their attacks over there. And then they come over here. And they use what they know what they've learned that works. That's what's happening. John again, when filming for my good, buddy, Sean Hannity on the Sean Hannity radio show. Go get my book sheep. No more the art of awareness in attack. Arrival you should order it before the show is over. So that you can start reading it tonight. And then when the workbook comes out the first workbook in April, you can get that in the second one comes out in July. You can continue and make your entire family your business your state in this country, safer, go, get it sheet. No, more the art of awareness and attack survival. We'll be right back. Watchdog on Washington. John. 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"city school district" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Hello. Hi, miss. Amanda. How are you? I'm great. How are you? I'm great Melissa Clark is back with us. It's been a while. But she's back. Yes. She's back. Good afternoon. How are you darling? How are you? I'm great now every time Melissa Clark is here inside thunder cities. It seems like we're talking about preschool screen every single time. And so is that where rat that's exactly where we're at? Yes. Can even be time for preschool screening because it's going to be here tomorrow. And that means the school years over because we're screening for children for next year. So the school year's almost over and we're ready. Well, it's moving fast. It is solid this happening quickly every day. All right. So we're talking to you folks out there that have a little one could be aged three in certain circumstances could be age for who live in the Manchester City school district. That's right. And you want your child to be considered for preschool? Yes. That's what we're talking to. That's who we're talking to. All right ears on it everybody. That's. We're talking to what is a preschool screening. So it's our annual child fund for the major statistical preschool programs. We have five of them three are regular, Ed, and they are required by the regular education regular education. Yes, they house typically developing children. And they are required by the state to house twenty kids each year, they have to maintain our enrollment of twenty kids, and we have three we have three. So if you do the math that's sixty right? So just for those who it's not even. Okay. So we're talking Westwood elementary school and college, and it's not just one class. No, we're trying to school. You've got to it. Westwood and one a day or it is I and so we are trying to locate children to be placed in our preschool. So each year we held this preschool screaming to allow all the children in Manchester City school city limits. We got to make sure that all children are living in the limits. If they do not, then they automatically are not even qualified just so that we clarify Manchester City schools Dez except tuition students but not for priests. Correct. Yes. And that is a misconception often. We get we get that off. Often, but you can take tuition children. Yes. That's correct. But not for preschool. It is considered voluntary at this age. It's not required. And so we are not allowed to accept tuition. So Amanda Wilmore, I'm assuming you're a preschool teacher. Yes, ma'am. I was telling me about the class that you teach. And what types of things that preschoolers do in your class. We are busy all day long. We have lots of fun. Of course, we go by the Tennessee State standards for. The four year olds. We have lots of sinners learning centers small groups. Of course, we focus a lot on the alphabet, the letters and sounds and we like the elf abet, we're fans of that. Right. Yeah. Yes. Ma'am. We have kids that start putting ladders together and learning to read and write and. We have fun outside inside working on those gross motor skills. And it's just a it's a great day and a great program when he showed how long have.
"city school district" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Funding is tied to enroll enrollment which is shrinking yet. The district's fixed costs are growing. This is very important listed in the next paragraph. Retirement benefits make up about fifteen percent of districts spending. Nearly fifty percent more than in two thousand thirteen the district is spending three hundred and fifty million dollars a year and retiree health benefits, which would be enough to award each teacher a ten thousand dollar race. We told you for many years that the pensions are going to bankrupt everything state county city school districts. It's going to be the pensions spent pension you get free health coverage for life. So they had such a bad school system that they lost a third of the students because the schools. Stink on every level. Now, they want to raise any anyway. But they're not getting as much funding because a third of the kids left, and here's what I brought up. I remember last week. We were talking about this. I said, well, wait a minute didn't Jerry Brown in the legislature approved like an extra money will go to troubled large city school districts and sure enough that did happen. It says along with California voters approving a tax hike on high owner state spending per pupil has increased by sixty five percent since then this is in two thousand twelve LA US has been able to avoid tough financial decisions and give teachers at ten percent raise in two thousand fifteen the district even built a one point eight billion dollar reserve. But now they're breakthrough cash so fast, it could become insolvent within three years. And the fact the county worn last fall of a possible takeover. And if they run large deficits state law requires that the county's intervene. Retirement benefits. There are fifty percent in the five years retirement benefits that the pensions we're seeing this all over with local governments to not just school. So the greed bags who masquerade as teachers almost eighty percent of the fourth graders. Can't do math, but the retirement benefits have gone up fifty percent in annual pay-outs. Think about that. We're spending fifty percent more. On on retirement benefits. While nearly eighty percent of the kids can't do math. We gave them a ten percent raise in two thousand fifteen net. And I say we because I'm one of taxpayer data. They won another six percent raise. And it still isn't enough. I mean, I don't know. What's irrational person to say, you're crazy now go go, go take a walk? Go. Find another line of work. Get out you stick at your job, you cost too much money. You just as just greedy and now on to the union United teachers, Los Angeles, and that Mr. Alex Caputo Pearl trust the guy with a hyphenated last name in two thousand sixteen he pushed for thirty three percent increase in union fees, nearly thousand dollars a year teachers have to paint because there was a twenty five percent decline in membership since oh eight you see that happens when when parents look at the charter schools, or they just say, I'm out of this district. You're going to see a drop it involvement, and you're going to see and it looks like Jon did happen. There must have been a drop in the number of teachers to because there was a drop in the union membership over the last ten years. That's probably the the truth of all wants to teach the there's so many schools are insane asylums. Well, it's an impossible task. You can't get right. When you only have fourteen percent Latino students being proficient in math. That's almost an unworkable six kids, speak English. If a lot of the parents don't care. Parents who cared got their kids out. Yes. All right. When we come back, the government shutdown the latest fun, focus for the media trying to get you to understand how dire this is is to look at the national park shutdowns. Well, then not completely shut down. There just isn't much staffing. But people are dying. John. I know Trump is responsible falling off cliffs, John and Ken KFI. Debra Mark has news KFI AM six forty.
"city school district" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"If you remember all the way back, what were they gonna use all that money for it was all going to go to schools all the tax money that came out of that that was going to the school to help the poor, the disinfection, the disenfranchised and what happened? Well, the tax dollars came in, but none of it went to schools or various small percentage of went to school. So none of those schools are in any better shape than they were before. The riverboats came in. In fact, Missouri has been running an unaccredited up. Sorry, Kansas City schools have been unaccredited for years. I don't know if they've gotten their accreditation back, but I know that they've been unaccredited for years because it's so bad over there. The literally, if you are a kid, if your kid goes to school in the inner city in Kansas City, they've been going to an unaccredited school. Now you tell me, and this brings up another point that I wanna make to you all as one of the one of the arguments that people make about government schools is that every kid deserves a good education, but the truth is every kid doesn't get a good education. Do they? Every kid doesn't get one and just because the government is supplying, it doesn't mean that you're going to get one just because your taxed into submission doesn't mean that that money is ever going to make it into a child school. And Kansas City school district is a perfect example of that because they suck at every level. Government makes promises our we're gonna bring in riverboat gambling. We're gonna bring in millions and millions of dollars in tax revenues, and we're going to send all that money to schools, but then they don't. And then what do they want more money? You guessed it all. We need to raise the taxes for the rose weaned raise the gas tax because the roads are in such bad shape. Same thing happens in California. And so she and I were talking the gal over AAA, she and I were talking about it and she's just like, that's why nobody's got to get out and vote. We got a vote against this stuff and I'm like a love. You sister. She's black lady like a love you. You're awesome. And so the triple eight, he gets it. It's ridiculous absolute nonsense, but anyway. Okay. So let me tell you about tell you about the actually let me we read my other advertisement to you because it's a good one. It's one that has the do actually, it's one that's going to tie really closely in with what I'm gonna share with you. Now I'm not gonna. I told him I wouldn't read his name. I don't know if he cares, but we're gonna call him. We're gonna call him John. John Doe, and John does twenty four years old. He's a graduate of Middlebury college in two thousand seventeen. So he knew new to the workforce. So to speak new two fulltime work. And he's got a great story here that I want to run by you and and and tell you guys because it's inspirational. It's something that it is the difference between listening and and then agreeing, but doing nothing listening and agreeing taking action the difference between those two. But first, let me tell you about blankets guys. If you're like me the list of books you wanna read or the ones that they suggest the people suggest you read is never ending. I just got a suggestion from a book called never split the difference exceptional book. By the way, if you're interested in try to figure out how best to negotiate for in life and from an former FBI hostage negotiator really, really good book. And I, I bet that they've got it here a blinking. I didn't look at it before the ad, but I'll bet if you wanna get the synopsis of that book, you can go to blink dot com. And check it out. But if you're like most of us that that.
"city school district" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"I mean, the Kansas City school district. I know this when I lived in Kansas City is unaccredited. They lost their accreditation. It is. They're terrible schools. 'cause I grew up my mother, although we didn't have a lot of money. My mother was smart enough to buy us a or to rent us a a rundown duplex in olathe, Kansas in Johnson county. I got to go to Johnson county school, which was a great school in the suburbs you as far as public school go, it's pretty pretty doggone good public school. You know, people who lived downtown Kansas City. They didn't have the benefit of Johnson county money. They're stuck with really crappy schools and crappy teachers on top of the bad home life and everything else that they're dealing with. You think that just because the government is taxing, the money means that you're gonna get good schools just because the government's paying for it out of your pocket out of somebody else's pocket doesn't mean you're getting good service and good quality. This is what this, what's laughable to me like they're not getting. They're not getting a good education now. They're not getting good health benefits now they're not getting anybody. Medicaid is getting good medical care break. Getting good medical care that getting good education. They're not getting good roads. Not getting good, anything police and fire. None of it. It's already bad. You might as well put the power into the individual's hands. Let them keep their money and let them decide what they want to spend it on. That's the way to go. That's what we ought to be doing and mouth for the life of me. I don't understand why we're not doing okay tomorrow on the show. I'm going to open with this article from Jamie diamond from business insider. You can go find it. If you want to Ted lines, Jamie diamond explains the hidden danger of Trump trade war with China. I love like Jamie diamond more and more there. The first time I heard about him, he was writing some woman in New York City was writing to him complaining, and I don't know if this is true or not. This might be a totally bogus story. But when I heard his response to it, I was like, man, like this guy. So Jamie diamond gets this letter allegedly from this woman who's complaining that that she can't find a man in New York City and makes more than a quarter million dollars a year. And she's like, I can't find how do I bag myself a rich man's which he's asking Jamie. Jamie course billionaires had big money. One of the most powerful men in America and Jamie's response was because you've got nothing to offer. He's like, why would I be with you? Because yeah, you're beautiful. Now you're in your twenties, but you know any man who makes that kind of money is ambitious. He knows what he's is after something. He's trying to grow an increase in improve himself. He's like, you are a bad investment because your beauty is going to fade and me looking for good investments would look at you and see, what do you got going for you other than your good looks. You're a depreciation asset. You're worth less. The moment I drive you off the lot. This is a sensually what he said I'm making. I'm paraphrasing here. We said until you have value, no man is going to want, you know, man worth having. And I think that there are a lot of women out there who are in their twenties, who were attractive who are looking to try to end the late twenties, early thirties, even trying to bag themselves a rich man and don't understand why none of these rich guys wanna be with them. The truth is nobody wants to be with a woman who's got no ambition. Got nothing to offer except on here, you know, and and it's, that's the, this is what Jamie Dimon told us go anyway, that was the first conversation that that I ever heard Jamie time and talk, and it's really good. You can go look it up if you want to and. And then this came out were talking about the not that not the first tier affects that we've been talking about in terms of what happens to an economy when trade wars happen, but the secondary and tertiary affects of it..
Hartville man admits he killed wife, dumped her body
"A judge in canton calls at one of the most ghastly criminal cases he's ever seen and it's how seventy-three-year-old phillips snyder of hartfield tried to cover his crime that caused the judge to raise his eyebrows i senator told authorities fifty-three-year-old roberta snyder died of natural causes during a trip to graceland the home of elvis presley he then changed his story saying she died in the parking lot of a memphis hotel then claim she died between columbus and cincinnati and that time he says he went on to graceland His wife's body into the Tennessee river Snyder pleaded guilty to aggravated murder and was sentenced to twenty years to
14 injured outside Backstreet Boys concert at casino
"Two, the backstreet boys were forced to call off a show in Oklahoma yesterday. After severe weather came through the area and injured fourteen fans the concert was being held at an outdoor stage at a casino and resort in Fakher Ville Oklahoma when a sudden storm packing. Winds up to, eighty miles an hour struck people at, the concert were told to seek shelter but some standing on line stayed. Outside and, were hit by entrance trust is knocked down by the storm many were treated on the scene and.