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"department education" Discussed on KGO 810
"Did you partially for Oakland. But what about The entire state. Who do the parents and students go to find out where to get this technology were to get Internet if they can't afford it right. There's no one there. There's no one in the department education that handles these issues. There is not a division of distance learning for the state of California Department education and a suit And it seems like that is essential right now, because if we're looking at, you know all the concerns that we have distance learning is going to be a part of this. No matter what comes in August in September and October and November, distance learning is with us, and it is going to be a part of the solution here. And so what do you need to dio? You need to put people in charge of a program who answers the very questions that you've been bringing up. I wonder what we can do about that. This is a strong words for President Trump from his likely November challenger regarding the fight against Cove in 19 Mr President. Open. Everything now isn't a strategy for success is barely a Slocum former vice president Joe Biden calls it a false choice. Biden unveiled a $2 trillion economic recovery plan today a plan centered on overhauling the nation's energy infrastructure. U. S and Canada are close to extending for another month van on non essential travel between the two countries in separate courtrooms in New York City, a judge's rejected a proposed $19 million settlement. For many of the women who have accused former movie producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual Abuse, and another judge has denied bail for the former girlfriend of Jeffrey Epstein, Elaine Maxwell, it believe it not guilty to charges of helping Epstein Procure women for sexual.
"department education" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"But you have to let the state know you have to let your local school district it would be helpful if school boards were saying to to to the governor and the State Department education. Hey, we want to open up with the American Academy of Pediatrics. Pediatricians put something out yesterday, saying that that Children really need to be in school. They wanted to be a local decision. I wanted to be a local decision, but it is so traumatic and is goingto put Children so far behind to not let them go. To school and you're seeing around the world. Aah! Even places that remained locked down for other areas are reopening school because it's so vital for Children and the Children. Ah, for whatever reason. Do very, very well. Ah, versus their immune system is very, very well against the cove. It's the rationality of it. Has just not been made clear to me, and so just so, you know, the House Freedom Caucus. Um, we've we've introduced legislation saying open it up. Ah, Wei have no authority. We realize that it's a state and local issue, but dog on it. You have to. It's a sense of Congress. That the Children need to be in school. Parents want their Children's Children educated. We don't want to indoctrinate. We want him educated. And you got to get schools open. That Well, said Congressman Biggs. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you for what you do. Keep us posted. And if anything, pops up anything we can do just let us know. And next time you check in with James T Make sure you let him know it's time for vacation. Go on vacation. Stop like, Thank you very much appreciated. Congressman Biggs always appreciate joined the show Morph. Lord do see the business slayer coming up next on 5 50 If you need to sell your home and want to sell it fast..
"department education" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"It had to sue the department education about this loan forgiveness a federal judge recently said we were the department of education was not following that order was five hundred thousand dollars I guess my question is what are we doing to collect those payments are still collecting payments from defrauded students and are we going to try to take care of those students and they're so every student that has filed up our what's called a borrower defense claim is that was put in forbearance at that time like before when I got my job there was no process and I said we it's gonna take awhile to figure out the process let's make sure the students are in are incurring anymore interest aren't having to pay more on their student loans as long as their claims are in process education secretary Betsy to Voss responding to questions from democratic congressman mark Pocan on C. span radio WCS PFM Washington and so that has been the case on all of those claims that are not yet closed now we've been we've been stymied a couple of stops along the way by procedural rulings in court we're still waiting for the ninth district to rule on a methodology but nothing pains me more than to not be able to resolve those completely thank you mon thank you madam chair and again thank you madam secretary for being here want to talk with you a little bit about the block grants because I I think that's an important concept that it's kind of hard to get our hands around so if I understand what you're saying is you're taking some of the federally mandated spending programs you're consolidating it gather into a flexible spending program that states and local school districts are going to have the ability to determine so for instance if one local community said they wanted to focus on school safety they could use those funds for that correct and if one said a we think career and college counseling should be part of it they could use it for that correct mental health counselors as my colleague mentioned you could use it for these needs that are identified kind of on the ground where people are saying his this is really what our school district needs well and and we're calling that most of these programs and including and especially title one were you know created to really help the most disadvantaged students and I go back to my opening statement where I said it a trillion dollars spent over the last forty years to close the achievement gap hasn't closed one bit has opened in many cases for for lots of kids particularly at the low end of the spectrum and so let's do something different let's allow for that flexibility to translate down to the local level so they can target those dollars where the students need it most thank you and then in terms of the dollar amount because I know whenever we're talking budgets people are upset about different spending levels ultimately your point is Congress is going to determine what spending level is in that correct I was from yes I would the the administration has advanced this budget proposal the important part of the policy part here about the block grant I think is the way it is a really important piece to consider okay thank you very much thank you mention thank you madam chair to follow up your last statement to me is we do not discriminate against children is that correct we uphold all of the laws of this land and art yes okay so for operating on a non discrimination basis which I think it's absolutely appropriate role for you to take I hope that you will resend on page eighty eight of the safe schools service and education FY twenty one budget request where you said you stand by that research research I will look forward to you reversing course from that position in your budget Democrat Catherine Clark and we can have a long discussion about tax credits and treasury and I understand tax credits in you and I disagree apparently the tax credits are federal funding but will you as secretary of education who is just said you will not allow children to be discriminated by race religion trans gender said data sexual orientation we you guaranteed to make it to the children of this country that however funded this program that is in your budget that is five billion dollars of taxpayer money when it is rolled out in states will you guarantee that every single school will have a non discrimination policy in order to qualify for that o'connor's women this is not proposed to be a federal program this is a proposed to be a federal tax credit that doesn't leave you see and not let me finish it the the the legislation is specifically for states to create programs that are going to meet the needs of the most vulnerable and needy students you know where's went right back to where we are right back to the reality of the fact that this program is to be implemented and designed at the state level voluntarily contributed to my life try several taxpayers so I'm going to be clear that you have corrected the record when you said to me that U. S. secretary of education would ensure that this program would only go to schools with non discrimination policies that is no longer stands this is the state's choice thank you you will not do that as secretary of education ma'am may I just suggest that you're you're you're mixing up and you're not staying clear on the purpose of the program which is to help students get a great education or your IT anyways it's for them to say that you would stand up for kids is appalling and you really should resign congresswoman Herrera Beutler this is a repair C. span radio programming from Thursday WCS be or from Washington thank you madam chair I would love to have a little bit more clarification on opportunity scholarship or the the the the federal freedom opportunity choice program because I do want to make sure it's on the record very clearly whether it's a new program or whether it's federal funding and whether there are strings attached and and actually to whether by somehow you know when I read it recognizes treasuries program but is there some way that this is not under the laws of the land our civil rights or constitutional right somehow a bridge was started this program it let me respond to that directly first no civil rights are not abridged in any way period what this does is it it's not a new program to be administered at the federal level it's merely a vehicle to effectively and efficiently get voluntary contributions directly to scholarship granting organizations as decided by states that choose to participate with the idea that they're going to turn around and create one or more programs that are going to specifically address the needs of K. twelve students in their state so no more than giving money to Planned Parenthood which is a five oh one see three or your church which is tax exempt is I mean this is no more federal funding that it is any money the correct right because churches are federally funded correct right correct I think there's a pretty big divide there the others kids of a court has gone down so that the other thing is is it going up or down the other thing I wanted to ask about is is there are there are opportunities in the department with regard to encouraging students to participate in dual credit programs like running start that's one way I think we're going to help them with their college costs well I think our proposal is to dramatically increase funding for career and technical education and I think importantly this comes at a time when states have been writing their Perkins five plans and are both getting ready to implement it many stiff I've visited a lot of schools that have fledgling dual enrollment programs many that want to have many more and expand them dramatically I expect that that's going to can be continued to be a growing reality and certainly those places that are being forward leaning and recognizing the opportunities for their students are going to get that right thank you congresswoman Frankel thank you I do I just wanna **** I'm gonna follow up on is Clark's question first Tigers has had one of my colleagues compared the tax credit to a tax deduction I think it's a big difference I mean you would agree with that a tax credit is you take your certain percentage of what you own and you instead of pay that to the federal government you're giving it to a private school Democrat Lois Frankel you get to give it directly effectively and efficiently to arrive at school not to a private school it's always scholarship granting organizations okay to risk unless that that five oh one see three got it and nonprofit scholarship granting organization and is state a state that chooses to participate exactly so you decide Hey I'm career and technical education for the state of Florida I'm from they've been they've been having this program and very successful not very successfully fact in fact I just I just read an article where three bags that had been contributing have now pulled out because they found that they were a hundred fifty six schools in Florida that are discriminated against people with who are LGBTQ cell I just he he's going to say where we have a different philosophy I just I don't want to say this I I think it is a mistake I believe for you to come in here to cut six million dollars to ask for kind of six billion dollars at a public education and then at the same time asked us our **** Congress to set up a program so that whether it's a corporation or person a total of five billion dollars can now go and send it to the federal government to pay taxes to some scholarship program that they could put money into a private institution that discriminates against people so I think that's a mistake man wasn't wasn't education about kids okay yes education has about I have been the great equalizer in life is is a good public education yeah one other thing I want to say which is this I am very disappointed that I was trying to say this nicely okay I'm very disappointed that you feign ignorance today about a dangerous new policy on about on campus violence I'm very very worried about that and I'm really I don't understand why you could call me and I'm not sure about it I told you we have not released the file role and I would not be appropriate for me to comment okay thank you I yield back public education is the great equalizer and the reason the federal government has a role in public education with the guarantee that children were protected that opportunities were available that there was equality and equity of the educational delivery systems Democrat Bonnie Watson Coleman it's not about alternatives to that system we have a responsibility to make that system work for all the children and it concerns me I ask you a question how do you reconcile the disproportionate discipline of minority students in school dispensing the satyr and even the arresting of a six year old in in in in schools were out your call you're questioning why that is happening in one of the things that I'm secretary anytime the federal government puts.
"department education" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"What is this a year what do you call the Spidey sense the what it is is an issue I mean is there something here because this seems like a pretty agreed to dismiss the what was going on so the question is for me that body just checking out is whether the department education and when did they know it whether any red flags anything that popped up that said Hey you know this is Roman here with these kids isn't quite something to something doesn't add up and could there be anything done earlier okay with the red flags going off to graduate guys because I do not believe that this is an indictment of the virtual charter schools virtual school system by the way the speaker pointed out all the biggest virtual school provider in Sydney and is active public school corporation he did mention which one but it actually isn't so we wanna make sure that no we do the new if we're going to new rules that's fine we don't throw the baby out with the bathwater number two if anybody thinks I know Hey this is why a virtual education doesn't work you know one bad built one one once while apple's necessarily one right now to spoil the whole bunch because there are kids that virtual learning a virtual education works for them because either bell artistic issues or perhaps bullying at school or maybe kids live in a rural area and now the transportation center so there is a place for virtual education for virtual learning now you need maybe sort of tighten up the reporting requirements hello Liz Liz this is since yes but I do think my my democratic friends are probably kind of certain overplay their hand just a little bit pick when they found out that they took money from some of the same people I want to ask me are going to get the money back which it will that's under discussion state house happenings is brought.
"department education" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Shown together well I found a legal complaint against this that this file its title six and we're at home I'm happy to say that last week we got a letter from the civil war to civil rights department education saying that the and they've been into in touch it is universal Carolina and your short I. love cal and now has promises to make public statements against anti semitism anti Zionism they have to do that they're going to have their training programs for professors and students about what that anti Zionism is anti semitism and vice versa essentially and they're they're gonna be monitored by the US government for three years now so this sends a a tremendous message to all the universities that a third round these types of vicious anti Zionist programs on campus largely folder promoted by students for justice in Palestine a vicious anti Israel anti semitic group if they continue to allow this they could lose their federal funding so this was a huge victory we get we had only last week and I might say well we have other Jewish groups to join us in the in the least in this lesson in other lessons of this nature these reviews were almost the only Jewish group that's there taking the stack and only for the change title six the cover Jews not until the very end did any Jewish group join us Mr Klein and you know on I guess at the eighty first anniversary of Kristallnacht the night of broken glass actually November eighth nineteen thirty eight November nineteenth nineteen thirty eight when the their anti Jew demonstrations took place across Germany in other areas of Europe but despite that and despite that commemoration and I am proud to say that my mother is Dominican and the the minute Republic was one of the few countries that offered safe haven to the Jewish people so I'm very proud to have to be had to have that among my heritage I have many Jewish friends so that despite all of the history and what history has taught us you still see so many Jews who vote Democrat despite all of what history tells you and the current state of the Democrat party which is just outrageous how do you explain that yeah it's it's mind boggling is not I have to be careful I'm a non profit so I can act as a from promoting any party over another I will never publicly say that virtually every democratic candidate for president is hostile to Israel virtually everyone of them which is never been the case for decades so it's a new year with a democratic trip so many members a Democrat party have been hostile to spring cleaning their leading candidates for president I think choose because our history of persecution in Haiti to the programs and Holocaust we become so frightened of the non Jew we want to support also it's a government programs to help non Jews to protect non Jews and of course it's the Democratic Party that promotes very expensive programs that you really back up this country and those I think choose to roll it more comfortable supporting.
"department education" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"National health care system, which guarantees healthcare to all people? Get those not bankrupt this country because the spend tens and tens of billions of dollars more. All right. That's the use the right to avert simple. Everybody does the current healthcare system is degrading is a very bad system. Everybody knows that we must have a system which guarantees healthcare to all people and everybody knows that we got a three hundred billion dollar deficit. Let's move toward the national healthcare system guaranteeing healthcare all people, but the way to do this take on the insurance companies the drug companies the medical industrial complex, not there's workers to pay more in taxes on the healthcare benefits. This is how the old marxists came to power. Divide and conquer balkanisation and these fraudulent arguments. Let me ask you a question, ladies and gentlemen, if we get rid of the drug companies where we going to get our new drugs from. If we get rid of the insurance companies who is going to handle. Our claims. Some department of the federal government. If we get rid of the quote, unquote, medical industrial complex, whatever that is just slick sounding. Who's going to run? Our hospitals are teaching schools are nursing schools developed the new technologies where are these people? They department education at the department of agriculture staffers to members of congress. Who are the people who are going to do all these things? Once we eliminate all these institutions. You're no longer have insurance companies to protect you from the government. Insurance companies already are being destroyed. They don't really do insurance anymore. Drug companies. Who's going to handle who's going to decide who gets what who's going to decide what the RND investments should be what kind of drugs cancer drugs. Alzheimer drought. What who's gonna make the decision? What are we gonna lobbying groups? Based on.
"department education" Discussed on WCPT 820
"At cow continuing our coverage of the student debt crisis in this country our next guest has written of what i consider to be an important issue brief on on this subject you know we like to think that government policy in this area is all built around what is in the best interests of students and their families former students and so on but is that really the case what is our policy don over the last ten fifteen years to help them as opposed to some other parties involved in the student that process and so on our next guest has looked at that issue in some detail julie marquette morgan is a fellow at the roosevelt institute she has a former senior program officer at the bill and melinda gates foundation before the she was a senior policy adviser to senator elizabeth warren somebody we like she was responsible there for developing and implementing policy proposals on a range of education issues and before that and then we won't go all the way back to her childhood she was before that director of post secondary access and success at the center for american progress she has a phd anna j d and from boston college and she joins us now julie thanks for coming on the program oh it's a pleasure and by the way postsecondary access and success that's pretty catchy i would have added extras but that's why i don't get those jobs so okay your paper your issue brief for white paper whatever we call it who pays how industry insiders rig the student loan system and how to stop it that title alone reflects a little bit of a conclusion does it not that industry insiders rigging the system well i think it does i mean i certainly i went into writing paper observation from my time you know where his advocate and then also in the hill that when students in bar near advocate go to congress and the department of education and they ask for relief from michigan got whether it's you know changed the interest rate or reasonable fees or even cancel the dow together bear sort of hold that we can give bail out today we shouldn't they shouldn't expect handouts from this based on my experience there are available not so students in bara we can fight in my issue brief eyesight maybe eight example but i could probably live eighteen off the top of my head where service our lenders colleges has gone to the department education arctic congress asking for something that if bar it would be pretty unreasonable and may get it easily well you know we can go through some of the specific examples you found julie mortar but it seems to me that there's underlying all of this underlying all the policy detail is what might be described as a cultural or contextual problem for lack of a better word it's almost seems like a sociology u2 or maybe it's a political science issue among our policy makers that are maybe a spouse but wh when we look at the needs of students who are supposed to be who this policy is all about the institutions forming the policy are all about there's a different kind of cultural norm that comes into play the basically says any sort of assistance or relief offered to those students who are or or former students borrowers is is giveaway is something for nothing violates our our core value use of you work for every penny you get and they're not working for it so they don't deserve it but when it comes to banks or other institutions getting paid for essentially doing nothing at government expense that somehow is okay within the context of these nor is it an interesting sociology problem is it a kind of legalized corruption what do you imagine this behind that i think i think there's certainly corruption within the entire long apparatus from stood department that increases the them right so we have wrong thoroughfares formerly lenders for now and then colleges that had very high paid lobbyists who spend all their time working relationships on the hill and within the department of education and you know that lobbying then i don't know that it too but it certainly is interrelated with the revolving door at the department of education where you have a set the i don't wanna use it for that federal student aid is the portion of the department of education that control the student loan program usually caught essay federal student aid in many cases by people who have worked at those long all.
"department education" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Transnational gangs counterfeit pharmaceuticals terrace terrace investigations and child pornography so yeah let's abolish that more child pornography to toronto since two thousand three ice has arrested more than fourteen thousand people for sex crimes against children the most recent numbers i found two thousand fifteen ice rescued a thousand children who are victims of child sex rings rescued a thousand in one year i wonder what percentage of ice even deals with emigrants what most people think when they think most people are thinking of border patrol in his apologies what is does i would i don't know i don't know what percentage of isis actually with legal immigrants versus counterfeit pharmaceuticals are gun trafficking and stuff like that right remember that one to abolish ice okay you want more sex trafficking of children so i does a lot and most of it's national security related the department of education is not national security related so ice has a much easier argument for its constitutionality than the department of education doesn't neither are technically in the constitution but a case can be made for ice much easier than private education that's one big difference national security but the big differences if you abolish ice whatever that even means you can't replace it with anything in the private sector there's no private sector equivalent of this like there is with education so if you're like me and you want to get rid of the department education first of all each state will just pick up right away without skipping a beat right we already have every state department education so they would just keep doing what they do but even if you got rid of the state department of education every county still has their own department education would you keep doing their thing but also there would be more charter schools more private school options we've talked before we don't have to do it today because point here is not education but i think we need a complete revision of how education works in america how the delivery of education works i should say and maybe we come up with a system where kids don't even go to these big schools anymore these big factories schools there's a math nauseam near my house in a shopping center it's right next to the ups store full of kids every day go by i don't know maybe kids do more things like that who knows i don't know the point is there's an infinite number of ways to to receive an education and we should be trying all but you get rid of ice who's gonna stop the transnational gang members from operating in your town you need a law enforcement bureau to do that so it's an absurd proposition obviously oh keep it up i hope they if i was a mole inside democratic party operations and they took a vote on whether they think abolish ice should be the new talking point leading up to the campaign i would absolutely vote for that yes exactly exactly what you should do every day abolish is run with that one do you guys see what they did in oakland that story so it's actually a little old it's from august two thousand seventeen is that right yeah so you gotta be careful with stuff like this oh you know what let me do copier i made a mistake i got i got roped in by fake news it happens i got hit by everyone i told you guys amazon was coming that's right that was so that was a weird article like why would anyone right smell eggs excel sandwich over oh gosh she's every time spaghetti os yeah i think she gets things that don't smell like garbage anyway what were you saying there was someone took a screen shot of.
"department education" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio
"Limited much of their creativity and this this comes from people like from ron russo who's part of that very very beginning so then what happens well then what happens is the dnc as spends and i don't know how much it is but tens of thousands of dollars easily on a marketing campaign with an agency in washington dc and that campaign is basically a a textbook on on how or it's a primer it's a primer with with sentences and slogans and things teachers can say to kids and those kids can take those messages home that disparage charter schools and so that they actually recommended that in public school these teachers say things like charter schools are going to make your favorite teacher fired they're going to make your favorite teacher go away and they would say this to catch an elementary and middle schools this is actually documented and i have a copy of it many many years ago it had to be about a dozen years ago or so so when you ask why is it we can't achieve something often is because of politics and money and often the politics is driven by the money if you're going to run for office here in the state of delaware you've got a really really good chance if you're endorsed by big education and is a really really good chance that you're not going to be endorsed by education if you don't forward the concepts that they forward and if you believe that there needs to be change if you think that for example our school system needs to have consolidation of expenditures you're the enemy if you believe that we need to consolidate our what is it like twenty one different school districts three county state then you're not only the enemy you're devil you're satan you're the satan and you must be destroyed governor jack marquel offered the concept you said you know maybe we should actually take a look at consolidating expenditures and things like that and and when it comes to consolidating school districts week we could do that not all at once but we would do that through attrition you'll notice that went nowhere and it went nowhere because i'm told that he had representatives at a meeting with daca and department education others and i his rep made reference i said listen let's let's talk about this and.
"department education" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Don't call them post cycle polecat cats cats okay that's a pretty interesting characterization well jim thank you very much for your call and boy should we take this call here kind of phone boy good morning willy welcome to the broadcast i love the way you set me up that is great anyway look why everybody making a big deal about this myself wolf i mean she's doors playing cards right she's doing everything right she's giving people what they wanna hear people are obsessed with all this trash talking and all this making heroes or making leaders out of these people that just always gave a negative and she wins everybody's talking about her now one she's got that's exactly what she wanted and so you know whatever let her let her be if you're not into that don't talk about it don't deal with it because that's what people want you got kanye west you've got to sasha's got rush limbaugh all these people that alex jones not case religious fanatics once again with that and you know anytime you talk about that you just make it more easier for them to sit back and go why they talking about me what do you think about that hey i think you've got a great point willie we're in agreement on this one which is why i'm not spending a lot of time on this today appreciate your call because i i really think this is this is what this is what some of these folks are out to do the idea is the shock value is going to continue to grab headlines and attention and catapult this somebody who's basically nobody i mean in any of you heard of who this person was before they never heard and and yeah exactly and it will be nice to if we if things had stayed that way right i'm not going to give this person any additional time and attention because it's really not warranted not in the least bit tim good morning mike i called in reference to the department of education the department education was put together under the jimmy carter era and i think it was done as a means for us to stop tumbling down the the rankings worldwide.
"department education" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"This would cut null spending no spending and go ahead and that's what the issue is though is the they never cut spending military not cut spending they added bureaucracy subtly epa and dha department education bike nixon gave us those nana carter gave of education okay fair enough but those agencies should have never been made they should have never been no may about our nothing while guiding bring that up because this is something i wanted to bring up as we are coming up to a showdown on whether or not government shutdown they shut down the government shutdown all unnecessary departments but free there there's one other thing when you talk about agency there are are are are other bureaucratic issues is drew within a year right i mean in businesses were like our seventy eight of them yeah let me make my point area as far as cuts they're going to shut down all unnecessary government programs and systems and bureaucracies if they shut down the government there are only going to keep open essential programmes right to central government positions that's all i should ever be exactly i feel and i as a central government work our military all right we don't need a board of educational we don't need the epa we don't need all these bureaucracies out there stuck them down in the military is the only uh organization that elite don of a cut everything else got their little 10 percent plus whatever and in in in in were able to continue to to to to enlarge the deficit but the military we've actually cut through of these these programmes are would've it well i forgot what they called it yeah big cut they actually cut the militaire an unimaginable he loss doha they'll von yeah and you actually loss people added a military under both clinton an open oh i know i know differences mind that were going in for 30 your retirement and actually jumped out got a 25 years 'cause they did not want to serve under obama under obama yeah they just did not want to vote that's.
"department education" Discussed on Fake the Nation
"Good if it makes me act differently is it's i wish it a little bit more in nothing is being done i wish a little more the emphasis would be put on the front end of things about the about teaching dudes what can you ask and it maybe that is being done to i feel like whenever i hear about the stuff it's always on the back end of the accusations and stuff like that i wish a little bit more respect on like fucking sorry you're going to go to college you will spend a full week in a classroom being told what is expected of you in what is not you know i i i wish men like i said maybe that's being does well but sometimes i feel like it's a little bit like whack a mole thatthat it's sort of uh i like i said there's it's discomforting is a man is talking about the stuff because i don't sometimes i do feel like it's a little kind of a like like a calling which afterwards that's one of the thing and just so we know part of the reason why this came up then became a bigger controversy is because candice jackson who betsy devos appointed at department education she is the head of the civil rights office there she made a comment suggesting that ninety percent of campus accusations are basically about regretted drunken sacks all share and that pisses me on its real really editor emily by the way rations they won't like you know you were talking about on the police they won't go to the police because they don't feel like the police are going to help them and often the police do not do enough for them that's why they don't come formula and i think there's a distinct shane talking about this at this tender age um i think thick campus authorities can offer something that the police can't don't necessarily you know what i mean in terms of like your point about like what if it is regretted drunken sex i think part of a tuesday aren't with raider i think it's i think it's very rare but i also think when you're that young a thing happens.
"department education" Discussed on KNTH 1070 AM
"Of education and a teachers unions makes me think that over former has been needed for a long long time this is long overdue what what do you know way more bet education than i ever could so what what are your views on her nomination in on the condition of education in department education in america today and well but opponents getting started in their contending in the first half we over a former nominated to be tech favorites patient and that's why of course the you could pretty lee controversy he'll individually i do think about first of all think about a big thing the league knows game that departments in the american government are all playing could have been only in the government and you can't have a government without comes they are treasury taking a corner players more or to fans an the only general important along and he'll those of the regional for an education is you know and water during later and i didn't even and and like all of the other twelve kevin a department of education control something that had been going on for a long term when the department was created and i mean it has a different relationship maybe then the original thanks in the american government no the point is it is a regulatory agent today something that this is essentially local it it nature and they give her to control condone a tour here this from the packers pair about ten percent of the money that been on his condition ended it but her to the condition to that money that has ground in oakland that way beyond the ten percent and those those rule which you know we don't taking the money from the federal or the state government here we don't live under those rules.
"department education" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Devise from being confirmed as ahead of the department education and i have talked about this before on this program the politics of rage because i feel like it's being encouraged on our college campus if you get rangy enough somehow what you want will happen and there are folks that or just more defied that they're ray genius is not resulting in any kind of tangible outcome for them it's a different kind of politics you know me i i believe that politics is the art of persuasion i purse wade you to be part of my coalition and i win on issues in elections like that you also know that i don't think differences in opinion are personal i don't i don't take it personally if someone disagrees with me on an issue you do have a culture though doubt that is that is out there saying no no politics about rage getting people that the two to empathise with your range and i can't understand why people are here in my rage i have to friends in the edge occasion field in iowa yesterday that were upset about the bosses confirmation and i was amazed by what they posted because look probably you have some friends that are teachers and you heard their frustrate shit but there's no way of portraying get frustrated or the public that would engender sit but the i don't think that many educators go about it in that correct way one of my friends posted yesterday from now on if you don't like stew did teammate blame politicians teachers and schools are responsible now i understand my friends frustration but is that something that engender sympathy in you what what do you think the public's first reaction to a a social media post like that would be i'd love to have a job or i was not responsible from outcomes you know if you know like this radio program boy did we have scc right the habs scc there's a now my fault you know like this radio program and there's a lotta work to class people they will look to that's lotion he pulls what it i like a job where i'm not responsible for out cup but my friend posted that another one of my friends the education community here and iowa posted look education is not about parents and it's not about students it is the collective social good that's why education.
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"Along with this federal director from the department education side note that's you give all scott through she said to catch occasion secretary anderson sure in and of itself but within a few minutes but put that your back pocket for second you bowman astray shin said if they do not allow for full access to transgender bathroom usage if they don't do that they will poll education fund we'll pull federal dollars for a school system that has far too much federal control the first place but you're just going to pull the you're going to pull dollars out of people are paying taxes so it and the some people break taxes so that their kids can go to the local public school and he bomb attrition trying to pull out so pulling federal funding over policy issues not something that you need to the trump administration and it was supposed to be a part of obama care so the congress when i was and the democrats what are they do they said you either go along with obama care and you expand medicaid in your state or else we pull all medicaid funding this was holding a gun to the head of various states and that was the only part of the obama care decision at the supreme court that went against the obama administration you'll recall so there was a level of cole were should that was too much even for the to pliant john roberts in his decision making chief justice roberts so he right that is action to say looming a fight that is beginning right now it is underway between trump and in california it will be at the at the top of the keep also expects new york new york city trey joe eric schneiderman has piece in the near time to think it was yesterday where you have and a few states the state catcher state attorneys general getting together the creative sorta left this justice league of trump.
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"Of three years old some might granddaughter sloane missed three today happy birthday sweet well that's going on ladies and gentleman with two republican senators at least i'm a kelce key but alaska and susan cone so main when ounce that they will be voting against but to divorce trump's nominee for the department education now i was never that worked up about this nomination because i thought but to diverse had a yeah sort of a scattered record on the issue of common core but five been in the senate i would have voted for every you not going to get much better she's a strong up to get a school choice and this ladies and gentleman is the reason that susan collins only summer koskie said they're not kind of unprepared but koskie specifically said vouchers now chicks here's how it's reported in the hill newspaper i want to get into the since is important republican senator susan collins alisa breakouts key in back to back speeches on the senate floor so they coordinator this announced today they would oppose but to devices nomination to be secretary of education they're the first to republicans to break what trump on any was cabinet picks in the votes could make it difficult for the loss to when confirmation of all the senate stomach kratz but against of all she would have fifty votes the remaining dempsey republicans backer with vice president mike pence potentially breaking the tie no democrats a back of awesome the democrat party has revealed itself as a quite as a mark system stone is party that's what it is i come to the floor to announce a very difficult decision and by the way this is susan collins with her so to katherine have prince beacham pat him it and i've made and that is to vote against the confirmation abetted of us to be our nation sector of education and she said the boss is lack offense with the individuals with disabilities education next a she was trouble been surprise so the nominee has to be an expert on the individuals with disabilities an education act as that were headed with this coming how many of obama's nominees for any cabinet position did susan collins vote against about lisa brickhouse keep i do not intend to vote on final passage to support missed.
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"February first and i granddaughter turned one of three years old some might granddaughter sloane missed three today happy birthday sui well that's going on ladies and gentleman with two republican senators lisa mchale skate of alaska lynch isn't collins of making when ounce that they will be voting against that's a divorce trump's nominee for the department education now i was never that worked up about this nomination because i thought but to devise had a yeah sort of a scattered record on the issue of common core but i've been in the senate i would have voted for every you not going to get much better she's a strong have to get a school choice and this ladies and gentleman is the reason that susan collins only summer koskie said then i kind of went for but koskie specifically said vouchers now chicks here's how it's reported in the hill newspaper i want to get into the since is important republican senator susan collins alisa brickhouse key in back to back speeches on the senate floor so they coordinator this announced today they would oppose spencer devices nomination to be secretary of education that the first republicans to break what trump on any of us cabinet picks in the votes could make it difficult for the boss to win confirmation of all the senate stemming kratz but against of all she would have fifty votes the remaining damn republicans backer the vice president mike pence potentially breaking the tie no democrats a back of awesome the democrat party has revealed itself has a quad is a mark system just honest party that's what it is i come to the floor to announce a very difficult decision and by the way this is susan collins with her so to katherine have prince beacham pat him at that i've made and that is to vote against the confirmation abetted of austin be our nation sector vegetation and she said the boss is like a familiarity with the individuals with disabilities education next a she was trouble than surprise so the nominee has to be an expert on the individuals with disabilities an education act as i where we're headed with this coming how many of obama's nominees for any cabinet position did susan collins vote against about lisa mike housekeeper i do not intend to vote.