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"dr. judy hanley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"dr. judy hanley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Good morning, everyone I'm John Matthews For the second time In recent days, a major area school system is reporting dark results concerning all virtual learning in school. Holes. Montgomery County reporting that name one category. The failure rate has grown sixfold this year compared to last black and Hispanic students living near the poverty liner struggling the most, along with English language learners. Fairfax County reported similar results a few days ago. The challenges prompted several local school systems, including Loudon and Prince William to press ahead with getting kids back into classrooms despite the dramatic rise in Coben cases Like most of the area, Frederick County is seeing Coben spreading out of control. County executive Jane Gardner says she does not want to impose more restrictions on residents and businesses. But she is doing war to enforce the restrictions that are already in place. The county and the Health Department have hired additional people to help do enforcement for gathering size for the mass mandate for all these business limitations that are out there, most of them coming from the governor. The county seven day average load of new cases has tripled in the past month. D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser says the amount of covert vaccine being allotted to the city by the Trump Administration just won't cut it. A lot meant that we would receive would not cover all of her health care workers. So we will keep pushing to get the resource is that we need the formula for distributing vaccine is based on population. So D C is set to get 6800 doses initially, but the city has 85,000 health care workers and most of them live in Maryland and Virginia. Is the pandemic drags on. The number of domestic abuse cases continues to rise. I don't see a decrease in the rate of people coming into our shelter. We had three families come into the shelter. Just last night. Dr. Judy Hanley, executive director of the.

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"dr. judy hanley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"dr. judy hanley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Son. W. M A. L A cumulus stations use now. W E Mail NEWS. It ain't good morning, everyone. I'm John Matthews, another major school systems reporting huge jumps in failure rates for math and English classes. His virtual learning takes its toll on the pandemic. In one example, Montgomery County reported more than 36% of low income students failed English in the first marking period this fall, a sixfold year to year jump. This comes as Fairfax County is really similar results in Montgomery, Black and Hispanic students whose families lived near the poverty line were among those most impacted. The poor results are a driving force behind several school systems across the region to get kids back into classrooms. Despite The latest coronavirus case boom. The Montgomery County Board of Education's put off a decision on a plan to return students to classrooms in January until December 15th so they can monitor the latest Covad spread. Superintendent Dr Jack Smith. We will get busy and comfort solace and we have notes, and we have this tape of this meeting. So we have all the information Thank you. Frederick County, like much of the region is taking a hard look at the Corona virus data and seeing it all go in one direction. In our seven day rolling average of new cases per 100,000 population is currently a 37.54. And it's about triple from where we were last month. County executive Jang Gardner says she's not interested in adding more restrictions. But in doing a better job of enforcing the restrictions already in place. More inspectors have been added to ensure that mass requirements and social distancing measures are being complied with. Federal cares. Act funding runs out at the end of the month, and that is threatening many local nonprofit agencies. We are definitely seeing an increase in domestic violence. Dr. Judy Hanley, executive director of the Loudon Abused Women's Shelter. We have been very fortunate during this time until December, 30th to get support from Loudon County government through the cares act. But adds after December, 30th were unsure of how we will be able to manage all of the costs. Barbara Brute w E Mail and W m a l dot com A former Loudon County youth soccer coaches avoided prison after pleading guilty to embezzling money from the Old Dominion Football Club. 41 year old Jeffrey Kern received a seven years suspended prison sentence and I'll have to perform 100 hours of community service also pay $52,000 in restitution over the next three years. Urn was a travel team coach, and he and his wife, Berkeley, volunteered for the team in 2018. She had previously pleaded guilty to charges as well and was also poured. Ordered to pay restitution. Checking your money. The Dow futures are up 117 points this morning. The NASDAQ futures up 32 in sports college hoops. Virginia Tech top Svm I 64 57. Maryland women crushed housing in their home opener. 1 12 to 78. The Washington football team gets an extra day to prepare for the undefeated Steelers with their game pushed to Monday coach Ron Rivera on the top thing his team has to work on. You Look at teams that have had success. It's really about being consistent, you know, you watch their play through the first quarter to the fourth quarter. And they make things happen. AIR TIME ON W M A L. Monday Is it four w e mail NEWS TIMES 804 Up Next traffic and weather is mornings on the mall continues on 105.9 FM. W M A l one day You need to avoid getting stuck in traffic again..

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"dr. judy hanley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"dr. judy hanley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I'm John Matthews as we close in on a year of all virtual learning, it's becoming clear many students or simply not thriving with Lessons delivered on a flat screen. Montgomery County reports, for example, that 36% of ninth graders from low income families failed English in the first marking period. That is a six fold jump over last year, and it follows a similar report from Fairfax County in recent days. Concerns over the effectiveness of the virtual model has prompted several local counties to push forward with kids and classrooms. Even is the spread of coded picks up steam. Like much of the region. Frederick County is seeing its coronavirus case spread growing to all time highs. But county executive Jang Gardner is loath to pushing back with more restrictions. We are again trying to not add more rules and regulations, but have everybody follow what's already out there, and she's put more resource is in place to enforce existing rules over mask, social distancing and crowd sizes. Counties. Daily Covert caseload has tripled in the past month, DC's mayor says she's looking to the Trump Administration to increase the city's allotment of covert vaccine. We sent a letter to our partners at Operation Warp Speed to increase the district's vaccine allotment, D. C. Mayor Mariel Bowser says Why the current allotment just isn't enough. Approximately 75% of our mortar than 80,000 health care workers are residents. Of Maryland and Virginia and not the district. Bowser says Maryland and Virginia residents can get a covert test in D. C so they should be able to get a vaccine here to Maria. Leave one W M A, L and W M a l dot com has been pandemic drags on. The number of domestic abuse cases continues to rise. I don't see a decrease in the rate of people coming into our shelter. We had three families come into shelter just last night. Dr. Judy Hanley, executive director of the Loudon Abused Women's Shelter, says they have had double.

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"dr. judy hanley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"dr. judy hanley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Morning, everyone. I'm John Matthews for the second time in recent days, a major area school system Is reporting dark results concerning all virtual learning in schools. Montgomery County reporting that in one category, the failure rate has grown sixfold this year, compared to last black and Hispanic students living near the poverty line or struggling the most, along with English language learners. Fairfax County reported similar results just a few days ago. The challenges prompted several local school systems, including Loudon and Prince William to press ahead with getting kids back into classrooms. Despite the dramatic rise in covert cases, like most of the area, Frederick County it's seeing Cove it's spreading out of control. County executive Jan Gardner says she does not want to impose more restrictions on residents and businesses. But she is doing more to enforce their restrictions that are in place. The county and the Health Department have hired. National people to help do enforcement for gathering size for the mass mandate for all these business limitations that are out there, most of them coming from the governor. The county seven day average load of new cases has tripled in the past month, D C. Mayor Muriel Bowser says the amount of covert vaccine being allotted to the city by the Trump Administration just won't cut it. A lot meant that we would receive would not cover all of her health care workers, so we will keep pushing on to get the resource Says that we need formula for distributing vaccine is based on population. So, D C is said to get 6800 doses initially, but the city has 85,000 health care workers and most of them live in Maryland in Virginia. Federal cares. Act funding runs out at the end of the month, and that's threatening many local nonprofit agencies. We are definitely seeing an increase in domestic violence. Dr. Judy Hanley, executive director of the Loudon Abused Women's Shelter. We have been very fortunate during this time until December, 30th To get support from Loudon County government through the cares act, but adds after December, 30th were unsure of how we will be able to manage all of the costs. Barbara Brute.

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