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"council school supervisors" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:18 min | 2 months ago

"council school supervisors" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Rebecca Mazzara sorry. Next report at 4 11 on 10 10 wins this week. It's back to the classroom for another half million New York City school students who have been on remote learning to begin the year as they return to class. It's not without controversy. Union representing city school principals, now calling on Mayor de Blasio and his school's chancellor to cede control of the schools to the state. Because if now they've handed the reopening executive board of the council, school supervisors and administrators declaring a unanimous vote of no confidence in the mayor, according to See ESA President Mark Cannizzaro. They felt that this was nest a necessary step to take We We certainly will continue to try to work to the best of our ability with the mayor and with the chancellor to make things better, But we just felt that we had to make a public statement at this point because this past week Too many, too many repeated areas occurred, and we need to be able to, you know, do better by our folks so that they could do better by Children. No comment from City Hall, but it is unlikely the mayor will voluntarily cede control of the schools to the State Education Department. Because of this Union Executive board. Vote wins news Time 403 End of the predicted Corona virus, Second Wave this flu season some concerning new covert 19 numbers coming in from the city. Showing infections they're spiking, especially high in certain neighborhoods. When you look at the percentage of people who get tested and found to have the virus graves in Brooklyn leads the city. With a test positivity rate of almost 7%. Not a surprise to people here like Bob, I think people should wear name ass more often. But, you know, I see people in the stores with no mask and how to allow women. In fact, City officials have threatened to crack down on higher risk neighborhoods among the others with the worst test results. Midwood borrow Park and EJ Mere. Meanwhile, Bob Hope folks will get the message. He's in law enforcement and just had his own Kobe test backing off a little bit, but hopefully, you know, sometimes when they see the train going back up there Start taking more measures. Roger Stern 10 10 wins and Graves In earlier, former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb expressed concern about the numbers he's seeing. I think that there's a lot of concern that we could start to see a really upsurge and this is the continuation of a broader trend underway. As we head into the colder months, we were always facing heightened risk of increased spread of the virus as we head into the fall in winter. Now we're there. We're starting to see that increase. Um, and we're taking a lot of infection into a very dangerous season for this virus. Doctor got leave appearing there on CBS's face the Nation. So did White House chief of staff Mark Meadows is dismissing a report that he pushed the Food and Drug Administration to soften new covert vaccine guidelines. The progress with vaccines has just been remarkable. We've had a number of conversations with Not only the FDA and those that are involved in making sure that any vaccine is fully vetted and safe, but additionally, some of the clinical trials are in the very late stages of development. New FDA guidelines. Meadows reportedly attempted to thwart Woodland more specific criteria for clinical trial data than the current guidelines and would recommend that the day to be vetted by a committee of independent experts before the FDA authorizes any vaccine. And that could impact President Trump's efforts to announce the.

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"council school supervisors" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:16 min | 11 months ago

"council school supervisors" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From NPR news in Culver city California I'm too ugly psych how tell new retaliatory sanctions are being imposed on Iran following its missile strikes on US targets in Iraq and reports that an Iranian missile shot down a Ukrainian airline that killed one hundred seventy six passengers his secretary of state Mike Pompeii ale our campaign is composed of diplomatic economic components that deprives him of billions in revenue the regime has used to fuel death and destruction across the Middle East and all across the world sadly the previous administration had opened up revenue streams for a run put under our administration revenue oil revenues are down by eighty percent and Iran cannot access roughly ninety percent of its foreign currency reserves palm pale and the president also said today that Iran's late general Qassem Soleimani was planning to attack embassies in Iraq including the US embassy in Baghdad in the Iraqi city of balls are a gunman have killed an Iraqi TV reporter and cameraman who are covering anti government protests there and peers general has more in Baghdad protests were peaceful tens of thousands of people turned out to push their demands for an end to around the and and American interference in Iraqi affairs investor though gunmen shot dead an Iraqi television correspondent and cameraman who covered the protests the correspondent admit Abdel Samad from dish your TV was sitting in his car when unknown gunmen opened fire he died immediately cameraman so far how do you died in the hospital activists say dozens of protesters were arrested and badly beaten by police Iranian backed Iraqi militias have been blamed for killing hundreds of protesters Jana rough NPR news Baghdad on Wall Street the Dow closed down one hundred thirty three points to twenty eight thousand eight hundred twenty three the nasdaq closed down twenty four points this is NPR and this is WNYC in New York on Shawn Carlson in his state of the state address on Wednesday New York governor Andrew Cuomo suggested local governments will need to take up more of the state's booming Medicaid costs given Albany's living six billion dollar budget gap but on W. my see this morning mera Blasio push back governor didn't give a lot of detail and that worries me of course but I'll tell you something I believe the problem is the state has a Medicaid problem then let's all get to the table figure out how to save money rather than cut healthcare services for people the Cuomo administration says half of the four billion dollars the state spent covering Medicaid increases last year came from New York City Cuomo will provide more details about help how hill close the budget gap in a presentation later this month the principles union is raising concerns about discipline and safety at New York City public schools the department of education has urged administrators to emphasize conflict resolution and move away from suspensions but the union says recent changes have made it difficult for principals to respond to serious incidents between students mark Cannizzaro as president of the council school supervisors and administrators I haven't met a principal who feels good about suspending a child in fact in fact they they usually feel terrible about having to suspend the child but but sometimes we just need to make a call can as ours as the union is all for de escalation but once more flexibility in a union survey more than seventy percent of principals say they are not given the resources they need to make schools safe education department officials say they are working with principles to address their concerns this week NASA announced that it has discovered a new planet orbiting two separate stars and it was spotted by high schooler from Scarsdale seventeen year old will secure was three days into a summer internship with the space agency when he was assigned to go through data collected by satellite searching for planets outside our solar system he says the discovery came as a surprise I came into the internship hoping to find something but it would be hard to say I was expecting to find not bank give and what we've already found and how you found so far the planet secure discovered is thirteen hundred light years away and nearly seven times larger than the earth it's only the thirteenth planet orbiting a binary star system to be start spotted so far for tonight in.

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"council school supervisors" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"council school supervisors" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"His class before the bell rang they routinely come late they were to be evidence that they'll be sleep deprived and that was no way to really educate our kids at the department of education is looking into the issue of later school start times currently running a pilot program with fourteen schools triggers bill that passed the city council would require the deal we need to provide detailed information about what exactly they're finding out the Brooklyn councilmember believes the pilot program will reinforce what everyone already knows requiring students to wake up before the sun comes up is harmful this is not good for education this is not good for learning and we have to build a school system around the needs of kids and nothing else at city hall makes belts WCBS newsradio eight eighty the department of education in the city getting some Flack for not doing more to stop students from Peiping smoking E. cigarettes is considered a level two infraction which means punishments range from a meeting with the student to being kicked out of class not school spokesman with the council school supervisors and administrators told the post kids can smoke in the worst that can happen is their parents get a phone call other school districts across the country have suspended students for vaping while others including some in New Jersey and districts on Long Island of added vape detectors in bathrooms as ways to crackdown. kinetic it will soon be latest state to ban religious exemptions for vaccines Steve burns with that story it's an effort Connecticut house Majority Leader Democrat Matt raiders been behind for months Connecticut there's been a steady rise in the number of people claiming the religious exemption with measles outbreak right next door New York critter says there are no chances to take New York got rid of the religious exemption and writer wants to do the same in Connecticut Erica we often look to our neighboring states our policies in the in the leadership that new York's public health official showed I do have an impact on the legislature's while in according to the Connecticut mere he's expected to get support from governor Lamont and the state public health commissioner at a press conference on Monday mandatory vaccination at all but you have to find alternate arrangements for education Ritter says they want to be flexible any new rules wouldn't go into effect for at least another year Steve burns WCBS newsradio eight eighty on long island woman says she was followed into her home and groped by a stranger he was silent he.

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"council school supervisors" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"council school supervisors" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Get you back to the Rick Adelman show just a few minutes but first year some of the stories we're following for you here on WCBS there been plenty of studies that show kids do better in school when they get more sleep but instead of making them go to bed earlier well how about starting classes later it's something the department of education has been looking into here in the city in his earlier days city council member mark trigger taught a high school history class in Brooklyn seven thirty AM start time with some of his students from the Bronx writing two trains and a bus to get to his class before the bell rang they routinely come late they were to be evidence that they'll be sleep deprived and that was just no way to really educate our kids at the department of education is looking into the issue of later school start times currently running a pilot program with fourteen schools triggers bill that passed the city council would require the deal we need to provide detailed information about what exactly they're finding out the Brooklyn councilmember believes the pilot program will reinforce what everyone already knows requiring students to wake up before the sun comes up is harmful this is not good for education this is not good for learning and we have to build a school system around the needs of kids and nothing else at city hall makes belts WCBS newsradio eight eighty the department of education getting some Flack here in the city for not doing more to stop students from vaping smoking E. cigarettes is considered a level two one fraction with punishments ranging from a meeting with the student to being kicked out of class spokesman with the council school supervisors and administrators told the post kids can smoke in the worst that can happen is their parents get a phone call the other school districts across the country of suspended students for vaping while others including some in in New Jersey and Long Island a battered vape detectors in bathrooms to continue to crack down on the cigarettes two decks collapsed on top of each other at a Jersey Shore home injuring at least twenty two people including three children happened during the.

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"council school supervisors" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"council school supervisors" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"His class before the bell rang they routinely come late they were to be evidence that they'll be sleep deprived and that was no way to really educate our kids at the department of education is looking into the issue of later school start times currently running a pilot program with fourteen schools triggers bill that passed the city council would require the deal we need to provide detailed information about what exactly they're finding out the Brooklyn councilmember believes the pilot program will reinforce what everyone already knows requiring students to wake up before the sun comes up is harmful this is not good for education this is not good for learning and we have to build a school system around the needs of kids and nothing else at city hall makes belts WCBS newsradio eight eighty the department of education meanwhile getting some Flack for not doing more to stop students from Peiping here in the city smoking E. cigarettes is considered a level two infraction with punishments ranging from a meeting with the student to being kicked out of class spokesman with the council school supervisors and administrators told the post kids can smoke in the worst that can happen is their parents get a phone call all other schools districts across the country have suspended students for vaping other school districts here in the area including some in Jersey and Long Island they've added vape detectors in bathrooms to try and crack down. Connecticut will soon be the latest state to ban religious exemptions for vaccines Steve burns with the store it's an effort Connecticut house Majority Leader Democrat Matt raiders been behind for months Connecticut there's been a steady rise in the number of people claiming the religious exemption with measles outbreak right next door New York critter says there are no chances to take New York got rid of the religious exemption and read or wants to do the same in Connecticut yelling Gallagher we often look to our neighboring states our policies in the in the leadership that new York's public health official showed I do have an impact on the legislature as well and according to the Connecticut mere he's expected to get support from governor Lamont and the state public health commissioner at a press conference on Monday tweet activation at all but you have to find alternate arrangements for education Ritter says they want to be flexible any new rules wouldn't go into effect for at least another year Steve burns WCBS newsradio eight eighty on Long Island woman says she was followed into her home and groped by a stranger he was silent in even.

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"council school supervisors" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"council school supervisors" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Background yeah man very emotional day yesterday thanks so much for being kind enough to join us on the radio yesterday that is a this is a tough day of september eleven just a tough day and had a little it's because we're in new york i think it is but it was tougher eu vice president pence got emotional out there in the pennsylvania and certainly down by the ah but the pentagon you know and boy just admit i keep thinking and we'll talk about it today because we we are joining am 970 the answer and labour press are joining together for a broadcast today that's at the council school supervisors in administrators went on welcome everybody down the rector street not too far from the station and it's a it's a post ninety levin forum don't forget about all the illness sin all the firefighters and police officers and one cup one in my pd copy was driving me round to a benefit remember and i said he doing he was raytheon ground zero and and he says i'm on that twentysix medications victim 26 medicaid you forget and i told you this too where was a couple months after nine eleven and then we went on ground zero is to pay respects its own today yesterday and you couldn't breathe you could not breathe in and looked at hundreds of workers in the creena leaders in and the dangerous work that was done in that recovery and and had to this day there any ill effects so it's nice that i see that the governor cuomo now announced unlimited paid leave for nine eleven responders andrew cuomo denouncing limited paid leave governor of.

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