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"edison schools" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

07:55 min | 11 months ago

"edison schools" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"From studio ceasing yours seed within the stinking bowels of the armstrong and getty information complex. This is the armstrong and getty show for this monday. The twentieth of september year of our lord twenty twenty one and they were under the tutelage of our general managers. What was i going to go with the emmy awards. Really got to nominate. Oh boy that's a yeah In terms of a conversation. I'd say a booster shots and that's a good one interesting North actually just sitting here ruminating on the fact that every monday. I come into work and have the same feeling. I have no memory of this job. How does it go. What do we do You know darker. General manager gabby boyfriend a the tragic drone strike too much of a downer. They still not know. Gabby boyfriend is that is mine to the best of my knowledge is still vanished into the wildlife preserve whether to administer self justice if you will or cowardly escape from justice if you look at it like that so i don't know maybe just high now like ted kaczynski in the tent. So he took off some time on last tuesday from his parents home. His parents didn't alert authorities. That oh yeah. By the way the guy is suspected killing the girl she our son he left days ago. We probably said something. They didn't tell anybody till friday can prove at all that they know what he did. You've got to hammer them for being accessories after the fact don't you. Oh absolutely and if you didn't hear the headline and then we'll move on because dark. We can talk about it again later. But they found remains of a body yesterday that are consistent with her so they believe at least that end of it is answered. Horrible yeah pretty horrible Drone strike another horrible story. We should talk about that later. The you know. The twelve thousand migrants at the border would be a good general manager. Is there a lot of them are still there. Although they're bussing fast as they can into places unknown in the united states to try to get him out of there so that's the way that works. Wow wow i'm here is a. I thought there was such an interesting tell from the media over the weekend that i found fascinating around the whole booster shot thing so on friday. The fda came out and said yeah. We've we looked at the data. We just we don't think most people need booster shots and instead of you know the reaction being Okay well that's good. You know now i don't have to make an appointment or another shot or whatever. It was just disappointment from somebody. People and i found that psychologically fascinating so. I'm watching the news yesterday and they would have a different people on. Yeah we're ready to go. I mean it's just it's you know it's it's it's a real setback but we're ready to. We're ready to try to get the wait is it. Why is it a setback. The scientists decided. You don't need one now. i gotta jump in there. I don't think that's what they decided. They decided they didn't have enough data to approve the idea of information. Okay fine but the same same result. Same result in that. The science doesn't make it obvious that you need one phrase it that way. So why are you disappointed. You as a superintendent. Edison school they had for an example. Or you as journalists. Why are you disappointed that you don't get another shot it it so it proves to me that it's what you've been saying about masks masks failure versus people that You know horrified by masks or people that are in love with masks It's the same thing with the freaking vaccine. These people that just just want to get a shot so even though the scientists say well we can't. We can't conclusively say that that's necessary right now. Oh that is really disappointing. Why disappointed do you do. You have your own personal evidence that you need to get the booster back seen or you just in vaccines. You're just in love with getting shots. You like the political story. You're on the side of vaccines are good so just the more times. You get jabbed in the exactly. I'm going to balance out every trump voting ignoramus by getting seven vaccines myself. I just found that fascinating. Yeah you're disappointed that the doctors decided then. We don't know that you need one yet fully into the nfl season and some shocking upsets yesterday It's very much like sports. Team ruder ship in a way. There's no rational reason. I should root for one team over another other than maybe you know geography and yet people invest their egos in it their emotions they buy gear go to games etcetera etcetera we. We have a couple of sports teams. Yeah i get it for the football. I don't get it for the vaccine if you tell me today if the doctors came out today if the fda came out today and said all the if you got the booster shot in april like i did. It's wearing off next month. You need to get looser. i'd run out and get the booster. And if they tell me now you're good for another year you don't need it yet. Then i'd wait a year. I have no interest whatsoever other than just what they tell me is a good idea. Yeah it's the jabber massacres versus the leona tyrians in tonight's match up monday night football. I don't know i'm just. I'm exhausted by the by the dumbness of it at times. Yeah for individuals but you would hope that the world's leading media that did abandon all hope all ye who enter here. Apparently she just surround watch ted lasso all day long. That's what a person should do. Chiro fell up. Have a better attitude about life and whatnot. Well until the end of the season when well spoiler alert what you know something. The rest of us don't know well. It takes a turn for the dark. The cherry demeanor the relentless optimal gotcha seem. Oh my i thought you were talking about like in future seasons like he's going to turn out to be a serial killer. Something that would be turned. Yeah i'd say the shocking turn So we do have to talk about all that the Is the three point five. Trillion dollar human infrastructure. Package you into pass or not. I don't even know if it's going to be brought up for vote so We'll get into that. I submitted look. David has learned to speak french. Because we'll be france then i don't know why our language would changing society and form a government. Anyway we gotta start the show. Officially though so i'm jack armstrong. He's joe getty on this. It is monday september twentieth one day. Summer left the. You're twenty twenty one armstrong and getty and we approve of this program. Okay let's begin. Show fishing now according to fcc rules and regulations so much to get to. Let's do it at mark I wanna thank folks at snl olympic lauren. Who went to go. Take a dump now. What he Flagged if anybody had watched the emmy awards last night they have enjoyed that joke that would have been controversial. Had anybody seen it right there would be discussions today whether or not that was okay. Had any human being shed even a single one but nobody did so forests sound cetera. Who cares how does mail bag look. It's actually quite good. We have one email in particular that will fill you with envy anger self hatred and despair to look forward to fantastic. It's running through many of your human emotions right there in one email all do all. Those space tourists landed safely over the weekend right. After four days in space the greatest trip regular mankind has ever taken thank god several days around the earth the.

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"edison schools" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"edison schools" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The kitchen spread to the roof and then the neighboring home. One person was taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation. It is 5 33 a miracle. That's how essential Indiana mother describes the survival of her four sons and their friend upper crash last week in Indianapolis, using Stanley Johnson spoke to the mother, who says she is thankful for a special person support. It was headed for a least about 30 minutes trying to just locate everyone. Imagine four of your Children and one of their friends in a serious crash and then finding out you have to choose which one you will see. First. It was hard for them to tell me who was where, you know, because the underage kids want to watch hospital. Then Jeremiah and Darrin went to another one of my oldest son went to a different one. And they just had Everything was so confusing. On Wednesday, December 16th Andrea Wind, Porter says she answered dozens of phone calls each about a different one of her kids who were all together when she says their car was rear ended, pushed into an intersection hit by three cars and finally a semi. It's just been Rough week. The brothers Jermaine Joseph, to Jeremiah Jonathan and their friend Darren, who win Porter considers part of the family range in age from 15 to 20 years old. All of them are now in the hospital with serious injuries. There's some kids that just leave a bigger impact, and he's definitely one of those. You know, when Jermaine would walk in the building, his smile would just light up any room principal at Edison School of the Arts, Amy Burns says their motto is once a cool cat, always a cool cat. And 15 year old Germaine is no exception. We all know how much it is for just even one person to be in the hospital, let alone four of your own Children. She immediately reached out to other staff members who knew the porter family and started a go fund me page. We're almost step 4000. I'd like to see it get a lot more than that to try to help the family out for wind Porter. The support is overwhelming and unexpected. I wish I had the words to express how I feel. But it's My heart. Could this flow of how grateful I am for everybody Rich now, even just to say that transform as she braces for the long road to recovery for each of her boys. She reflects on what could have been especially knowing at least one of her kids was not in a seat belt at the time of the crash. Not even just for kids. Parents any drivers. Please put your seat belts on. They do save lives. They do safe lives. Slow down is wintertime right now slow down. In Indianapolis. I'm Demi Johnson for Wish. TV, which tv dot com and follow us on Facebook. When Porter says, the boys who had to have surgeries are doing well, she tells us, the other should be able to return home this week. We have a link to.

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"edison schools" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"edison schools" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Also stopped by his childhood church and sudden Bo's grave by this made winning Pennsylvania's 20 electoral votes a priority after President Trump flipped the state four years ago. Soccer Megane Washington. Now Biden is spending the rest of the day in Pennsylvania just actually spoken Philadelphia a couple of minutes ago later on tonight, he is expected to address the nation from the Chase Center in Wilmington, Delaware. Now to the president. He went to the Republican National Committee headquarters earlier today, Let's see what he's up to for the rest of the day with a B C's Karen Travers after one final blitz in the battle grounds five rallies in four states on Monday. President Trump has a low key schedule on Election Day. The president will pay a visit to his campaign office in Virginia a chance to rally his team as voters are heading to the polls. Mr Trump will watch results come in tonight from the White House. He's invited 400 guests to join him for an indoor event. Family friends, campaign staff and supporters. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS New York, Now Sara Fagen is a Republican strategist and a contributor to ABC News. She says, even though there are poles out there for favoring former Vice President Joe Biden, President Trump's quiet but nonstop campaign organizing activity during the worst days of the pandemic could pay off. You look at some of those Sunbelt states. They pre process there. Absentees. They have a high percentage of people who've turned out already, and they'll make those announcements so you'll get a sense of how the night is goingto flow from that. Now here 302 in Massachusetts are voting today mostly uneventful. A few snags as we hear from W. B. C's Mike Macklin. You may have heard it took me a few times to get my ballot accepted. Circles weren't quite dark enough not for lack of enthusiasm for my choices. Secretary of State William Galvin, acknowledging the momentary problem he had when the ballot box at the Edison School in Brighton rejected his ballot. Galvin dark and the circle signifying his choices. Problem solved. The secretary, saying he expects most voters should encounter no problems casting their ballot. The anecdotal reports we've had from around the state orderly lines, but no long lines. That is to say there were lines at seven. But they're proceeding regularly. It's a steady pace throughout the whole state gallon, saying he expects a record voter turnout for this election with at least 3.6 million Massachusetts voters casting their ballot in right Mike Macklin W B Z Boston's NewsRadio again just under five hours till the polls close here in Massachusetts. Galvin's office says. If you are in line at eight o'clock when the polls close, you can still vote, so keep that in mind. And you're gonna want to stay here for a complete election coverage throughout the afternoon. Well into the evening, right here on W Busy now take a look at the roads and 303 on this Tuesday afternoon, Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. How's it looking like? Well, it looks like a typical Tuesday afternoon on the roads. Nicole, The South out Expressway is just crawling along from the O'Neill Tunnel down through Saban Hill and again from Furnace Brook Parkway into the Braintree splits about 25 minutes. Boston to Braintree to give you an idea, North found delays granted. Have a passing The poems that circle It's pretty good after that, Well, Route three South has some stop and go coming off the expressway, then down towards Derby Street as well. At the lower end of 1 20 eights Good out of Needham and Westwood Routes. 24 95 south. They're both clear down past 45 up to the north 1 28 north is jammed a bit through Woburn coming up past Washington Street and 93 93 North has him stopping go through Wilmington, a pass through 1 25 and a rude one North np, But you'll be on the brakes for a bit up after 1 28. Downtown store. Oh, drive East has backed up a little bit coming into Leverett circle and the leveraged up ramp is slow. But that's typical. This time of the day of the lower deck of 93 is good. The Tobin Bridge is fine all the airport tunnels. We're good for now, and the mass turn bikes off to a good start to My King. W B Z is traffic on.

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"edison schools" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"edison schools" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Americans started this election day, with their ballots already cast with Malin and early voting shattering records nationwide. Here in Massachusetts, more than 2.3 million voters voted early. And for the rest of the voters in the state. You have until eight o'clock this evening, Teo, get out to the polls and get out the vote. Secretary of State Bill Gallon expects record turnout today and Devil BBC's Mike Macklin spoke with Galvan and bright in as he cast his ballot may have heard it took me a few times to get my ballot accepted. My circles weren't quite dark enough Not for lack of enthusiasm for my choices. Secretary of State William Galvin, acknowledging the momentary problem he had when the ballot box at the Edison School in Brighton rejected his ballot. Galvan dark in the circles, signifying his choices. Problem solved. The secretary, saying he expects most voters should encounter no problems casting their ballot. The anecdotal reports we've had from around the state are early lines, but no long lines. That is to say there were lines at seven. But they're proceeding regularly. It's a steady pace throughout the whole state. Galvan, saying he expects a record voter turnout for this election, with at least 3.6 million Massachusetts voters casting their ballot in right Mike Macklin w B Z Boston's NewsRadio and It's not just the White House and Senate on the ballot there two questions to consider as well in Massachusetts, the right to repair expansion and ranked voting. And, of course, incumbent Senator Ed Markey. Is facing a challenge from Republican Kevin O'Connor, an attorney from Dover. There were some lines early this morning of polling stations, particularly in some Boston neighborhoods and among the voters who had to pack their patients. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh just wait in line for an hour at the Low Moon's library, and I was proud to vote number 76 in my precinct, and it's great to see so many people out there voting today. Last storefronts in Boston boarded up in anticipation of any election night demonstrations that might Get out of hand, Boston Police Commissioner William Gras says. While there will be officers at the polling stations like always, it won't be an overwhelming presence, Ross says in anticipation of any demonstrations getting out of hand tonight, police assets are in place to respond quickly. And, of course, Governor Baker has the National Guard activated on standby should they be needed? In the nation's capital, a temporary steel wall around the White House this election day per request of the Secret Service in Minneapolis. The government center boarded up businesses in New York City. I mentioned Boston but also D. C have boarded up. And while there are no credible threats of violence locally or in the nation's capital, we do know of a number of permit request for demonstrations. Certainly in D. C. Coming up A look a cove. It is a cold weather rolls in and we will continue our campaign coverage. But right now, 12 03 traffic and weather together and it's officially the Election Day lunchtime commute Kevin Brennan joining us now with the Subaru Retailers of New England, all wheel drive traffic on the threes. All right, Laura. Yeah, If you are heading out to vote right now, do expect a little extra traffic around your local polling stations. Even some of those roadways second, every roadways could be shut down around those areas. So be careful and X Do expect some long lines in some areas. But don't let that stop you from voting dress accordingly. For the weather. Bring a folding chair. If you have to in some snacks, and don't forget your mask, but get out there and vote today. It's certainly important Most of the major roadways are in pretty good shape right now. 93 North bound, okay through the Stella homestretch after clearing that earlier truck fire, you're looking pretty good up through stone, um, on into Wilmington, upper End a 1 28, Waltham, upto Lynnfield and back only take about 20 minutes there. Downtown Boston looking good on that lower decks. Take umbrage. Lever connectors OK in either direction. As on the river roads and airport tunnels over on route two weeks found roadwork at Winter Street exit 56. Lexington has just that left lane getting by and you got a minor slowdown getting by that south of town looking good on the expressway as well as Roots three and 24. Kevin Brennan. W B Z is traffic on the three's alright, Kevin will check back in 10 minutes,.

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"edison schools" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"edison schools" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Welcome to the drawing board PODCAST. This is the founder and host Andre E. Bryan and you know what I always say. Today is a great day where you to manifest what it is that you believe we are in the midst of closing out the six months of the year I have already told you all with relaunch twenty twenty at the beginning of this month. They're twenty. Twenty is not over The best is yet to come. I know that a lot of have had to traverse through a lot of rough terrain we have had some family experiences some professional experiences. Some of us are still yet enduring some of those things. I just have the earnest hoping conviction that. Definitely going to give better, it just means that some of us have to go back to the drawing board. The drawing board is a thought provoking powerful PODCASTS. The challenges you as the listener to examine your life into re imagine the possibilities. Here's a cool unlike the loft for the discussion tonight. Have you exhausted? All of the possibilities that exist within your current opportunity I always promise you quality information from quality. Yes, tonight is no different. I want to I give a special shout out to our sponsors. E Brandon associates a consultancy that consulted develops and support, personal, professional, organizational transformation and to the vibe group to Darius Walid rich burden. mccaskill, who always he's the principal consultant bear will always make sure that he is donating an investing in social causes that advances the humanity in a direction that values that legitimizes that includes and validates every human as being important well tonight on the show I had my brother, my friend, my colleague Dr Christopher, Allen Rogers welcome to the show on my brother. Thank you brother, you run. Appreciate thanks very much good. At. The well, you know we have been known each other the last two years, but we've got the ability to get to know each other. Especially well I'll over the last six months. We were going through a class for aspiring leaders in equity end, including not diversion, but diversity and inclusion many has been a pleasure getting to know you are a multi faceted dynamic brother with a a a myriad of experiences to bring to the table, so let me let me introduce you to the people from. Dr Christopher. Allen Rogers is employed with Detroit Public School community, district in the role of Dean of Culture, and is also an associate professor at Baker. College of Allen Park, located in Alan, Michigan an adjunct professor at Henry. Ford College in Michigan. S, a mouthful of rather. You got your playing full full. Yes sir, so you graduated from HP. See you from the southern. University and am college with Bachelor of Arts. Degree in Missouri in Nineteen ninety-one. You receive your Masters degrees from Beep Southern University in ninety two and mass communications, and you received a doctorate of elasticity management in organizational leadership from the University of Phoenix twenty thirteen. You are a very accomplished brother. Let me ask the question. What is the percentage of African American? People, but specifically African American men that hold a doctor. You know the percentage of dot toil the percentage of people who. Worldwide worldwide is only two percent right, so it has to be I would say probably less than one percent fi eleven point five percent of African American males peasy. That's amazing, and that's going to become very important in our discussion later on so I I just WanNa give them the full breadth of what you've been. Become published man, so you also you graduate? Certificates Management Consulting. In Higher Education from Capella University in two, thousand, sixteen, twenty, eighteen, I also know you are a certified life coach. Well right YELM survive. Absolutely. Absolutely so You've worked within the classroom as a teacher for over ten years teaching grades six through eight nine through twelve. In Technology Integration of for Edison schools conducting PD's for teachers in for four years, and you've received an award teaching excellence award in two thousand seventeen from Baker College, so let me ask you a question. Let's listen. Let's just jump. We do understand that the world is in a position of unrest of the world is in a position of transitioning confronting. It's It's almost like a airing your dirty laundry. you on the clothesline being able to see all the spots blemishes. Inequities that exists within this time out. What is your position particularly on? How do we change our? Main areas that we should be focusing right now because there's a lot of things that need to be corrected, but what are the main areas that we should be focusing on? And how do we begin? Where do we start? So I'm giving a lot of. That's a very good question, so I think as a community, I think we are in a two fold situation. I think the first situation we are trying to free ourselves of the oppression in marginalization has come with being African American people making sure that we have the right opportunities that we're giving where given you know the right chance to do to to make the right criminals, and so forth, and then on the other end there is the cleaning up our own house. And then how does this look for? Our community wants to protest over wants to smoke is clear wants to science go down. What does this look like as a community? Are we more unified, or we still divided within our own community? Are we marginalizing oppressing ourselves as a community? As opposed to your pressure, Marzena comes from the outside, so we're getting hit from both sides in my in my opinion, I would like to see us. After this I would like to see us. become more unified you know become more hole in regards to respect our community respect women taking care of her children, protecting our families, protecting each other on those kinds of things. To what we have into our historically before unfortunate tragedy, tragedy happened with George Sore. And many others Taylor Absolutely not when we talk about unity, because unity has in, it an imagery right, it has a look but it looks different for everyone right so unity. It is a lot of it. Has To do with everyone handling their respective responsibilities and when you handle your responsibility in I, hand my responsibility, and we're headed in the same direction that unifies us when you're a be able to carry your your share of the weight and I'm able to dead in Lydon's my burden I call you know respective unity well as unity. Look like in your eyes for the African American community. Though it looks supporting our own businesses. It looks like. The decreasing crime. it looks like supporting each other building each other up giving each other employment opportunities. They'll all those thanks.

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"edison schools" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"edison schools" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Welcome to the drawing board PODCAST. This is the founder and host Andre E. Bryan and you know what I always say. Today is a great day where you to manifest what it is that you believe we are in the midst of closing out the six months of the year I have already told you all with relaunch twenty twenty at the beginning of this month. They're twenty. Twenty is not over The best is yet to come. I know that a lot of have had to traverse through a lot of rough terrain we have had some family experiences some professional experiences. Some of us are still yet enduring some of those things. I just have the earnest hoping conviction that. Definitely going to give better, it just means that some of us have to go back to the drawing board. The drawing board is a thought provoking powerful PODCASTS. The challenges you as the listener to examine your life into re imagine the possibilities. Here's a cool unlike the loft for the discussion tonight. Have you exhausted? All of the possibilities that exist within your current opportunity I always promise you quality information from quality. Yes, tonight is no different. I want to I give a special shout out to our sponsors. E Brandon associates a consultancy that consulted develops and support, personal, professional, organizational transformation and to the vibe group to Darius Walid rich burden. mccaskill, who always he's the principal consultant bear will always make sure that he is donating an investing in social causes that advances the humanity in a direction that values that legitimizes that includes and validates every human as being important well tonight on the show I had my brother, my friend, my colleague Dr Christopher, Allen Rogers welcome to the show on my brother. Thank you brother, you run. Appreciate thanks very much good. At. The well, you know we have been known each other the last two years, but we've got the ability to get to know each other. Especially well I'll over the last six months. We were going through a class for aspiring leaders in equity end, including not diversion, but diversity and inclusion many has been a pleasure getting to know you are a multi faceted dynamic brother with a a a myriad of experiences to bring to the table, so let me let me introduce you to the people from. Dr Christopher. Allen Rogers is employed with Detroit Public School community, district in the role of Dean of Culture, and is also an associate professor at Baker. College of Allen Park, located in Alan, Michigan an adjunct professor at Henry. Ford College in Michigan. S, a mouthful of rather. You got your playing full full. Yes sir, so you graduated from HP. See you from the southern. University and am college with Bachelor of Arts. Degree in Missouri in Nineteen ninety-one. You receive your Masters degrees from Beep Southern University in ninety two and mass communications, and you received a doctorate of elasticity management in organizational leadership from the University of Phoenix twenty thirteen. You are a very accomplished brother. Let me ask the question. What is the percentage of African American? People, but specifically African American men that hold a doctor. You know the percentage of dot toil the percentage of people who. Worldwide worldwide is only two percent right, so it has to be I would say probably less than one percent fi eleven point five percent of African American males peasy. That's amazing, and that's going to become very important in our discussion later on so I I just WanNa give them the full breadth of what you've been. Become published man, so you also you graduate? Certificates Management Consulting. In Higher Education from Capella University in two, thousand, sixteen, twenty, eighteen, I also know you are a certified life coach. Well right YELM survive. Absolutely. Absolutely so You've worked within the classroom as a teacher for over ten years teaching grades six through eight nine through twelve. In Technology Integration of for Edison schools conducting PD's for teachers in for four years, and you've received an award teaching excellence award in two thousand seventeen from Baker College, so let me ask you a question. Let's listen. Let's just jump. We do understand that the world is in a position of unrest of the world is in a position of transitioning confronting. It's It's almost like a airing your dirty laundry. you on the clothesline being able to see all the spots blemishes. Inequities that exists within this time out. What is your position particularly on? How do we change our? Main areas that we should be focusing right now because there's a lot of things that need to be corrected, but what are the main areas that we should be focusing on? And how do we begin? Where do we start? So I'm giving a lot of. That's a very good question, so I think as a community, I think we are in a two fold situation. I think the first situation we are trying to free ourselves of the oppression in marginalization has come with being African American people making sure that we have the right opportunities that we're giving where given you know the right chance to do to to make the right criminals, and so forth, and then on the other end there is the cleaning up our own house. And then how does this look for? Our community wants to protest over wants to smoke is clear wants to science go down. What does this look like as a community? Are we more unified, or we still divided within our own community? Are we marginalizing oppressing ourselves as a community? As opposed to your pressure, Marzena comes from the outside, so we're getting hit from both sides in my in my opinion, I would like to see us. After this I would like to see us. become more unified you know become more hole in regards to respect our community respect women taking care of her children, protecting our families, protecting each other on those kinds of things. To what we have into our historically before unfortunate tragedy, tragedy happened with George Sore. And many others Taylor Absolutely not when we talk about unity, because unity has in, it an imagery right, it has a look but it looks different for everyone right so unity. It is a lot of it. Has To do with everyone handling their respective responsibilities and when you handle your responsibility in I, hand my responsibility, and we're headed in the same direction that unifies us when you're a be able to carry your your share of the weight and I'm able to dead in Lydon's my burden I call you know respective unity well as unity. Look like in your eyes for the African American community. Though it looks supporting our own businesses. It looks like. The decreasing crime. it looks like supporting each other building each other up giving each other employment opportunities. They'll all those thanks.

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"edison schools" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"edison schools" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Silverado for two twenty nine a month and don't forget to ask for the T. K. deal good morning which TV at ninety three W. I. T. C. that's right now local artists to showing off for a new take on an old work of art to students at a high school in Indianapolis Edison school of arts is one of six schools chosen for arts learning Indiana's third space project last night open how showcase work by Sambil Levi Jones his projects a reinterpretation of a photographic work from the seventies that showed portraits of forty eight iconic people they were all white the work of Jones is a new more diverse take on the theme from the same time organizer say the goal of third space project is to create conversation in schools through the work of local artists it is five fifty six now the five day honoring Harley ahead on daybreak how businesses in honor of this is daybreak on wish TV and ninety three W. I. D. C. mobile news this hour on ninety three W. I. B. C. is powered by the home loan expert dot com turning cancer my friends at EF Mar burger you know the flooring people the best flooring in central Indiana there right now doing the ball rooms at the JW Marriott they've already done the flooring at Lucas oil stadium they've already done my kitchen and my living room and my dining room and my bedrooms and a bath my goodness what haven't they done in my house what are they doing in your house you gonna stop by their show room ninety nine ninety nine Elsa ville road in fishers and see the incredible work they do the design work they do that's right they've got designers on staff ready to help you turn your kind of clause I vision into reality if you want to see more check out the Indianapolis home show there are both eighty four thirty you know the show has to build every at the right across from that E. F. Mar burger right there at the Indianapolis home show booth AT a four thirty for over a hundred years they've been taken care of Indianapolis they've taken great care of me let the Mar burger family take care of you ninety nine ninety nine thousand bill road.

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"edison schools" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"edison schools" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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"edison schools" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

08:58 min | 3 years ago

"edison schools" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"So keep it here. New Jersey one on one point five. And we're talking about paperwork right now. Because in Edison over seven hundred people signed the petition asking the Edison schools to layoff homework and excessive technology use saying the kids are occupied with both dawn to dusk. I'm saying do we really need homework in New Jersey. Tina tweets in teacher, every stage at real Steve trap. You can follow me teacher is forty four minute class. Gives an hour of homework, then the kid in seven other periods. Given our that's eight hours of homework. There isn't even eight hours being home from school to bedtime. This is ridiculous. Is this trip really necessary? I'm talking about homework. Rocco is in Bristol, Pennsylvania on New Jersey one zero one point five he Rocco? How you doing good? How are you? No complaints. Homework. Stuff is ingrained in us. I'm fifty five years old. On the TV. Why are we helping to be, you know, there was homework and they're not complaining come on? Yeah. That's a joke. Well, if they're getting it, you know, I mean, there's so much other things they could be doing with their time. But it's not really the learning experience at home when they don't know it, and the parents can't understand it and maybe teaching at a different way than the teacher should be the one teaching the to them. And now, they even like form out to these different lakes, galactic or Khan, Academy and all this stuff. Wait a minute. You teach the class because do that. Iraq. Oh, thanks for the call. Let's get James in Mansfield on jersey one zero one point five eight James couldn't even real good. How you doing? Well, I wanna address joy who called in about an hour ago. Now, Julie first of all there's I I'm a psych major night token. Trauma, informed and self-care class last semester. Right. And there's this thing I we call it take ten and you take ten minutes out of your day to do an activity that you enjoy doing. So if you're giving. Eight hours of homework. How you finding ten minutes out of your day doing activity that you enjoy comes home. Homework. It's very important for your self curious, which really doesn't understand this. When you when you take him in his for yourself because I even had to do a an assignment where I I did that every day for weekend. When I charted at I found that I was I was revived. I was ready to go. Now, granted I cheated a couple of times and went and. How Detroit that by the way? I went over ten minutes. Well, you deserve it. You know? You do because he it really helps you and then you're ready to go in and do the do the task that need to be done for the rest of the day. When you're just sitting there doing homework, first of all how you retain scant formation. You're not you're no you need to be retard you need to go back and teach yourself or you need to go to a parent or someone out earlier said like a big brother, and you're getting too many people in the mix. You hope you give you give the question during the day you test on the lesson if the student feels that they need more than they can go to the teacher at ask for it. But it's not something that should be given to the whole class. I think that's much better off. Thanks for the call Peters and tin falls on New Jersey one zero one point five, Peter. Hey, how's it going good? How are you? I'm good. Thanks. It's a really interesting topic. I think everyone's brought in some good point. Right. I think you know, homework and reinforce what? Kids. Learn throughout the day. I think it shows Aaron what their kids are learning when they're sitting at the table, and they're doing it learning. Yeah. But that being said, I think that's a good point. But I mean, especially if a kid's not that voted to what they're doing homework and the kids are trying to do the homework for the sake of it being assigned, then how much are they gaining from that. Yeah. And what do you know, how many kids come home cheery? I wait. Are you see the homework? I got. Hey, dad, you're gonna love it all work. And that goes through it. And then you go on with the rest of your day. And I think that number eight hours, I think people throw that out, and that's a pretty heavy number. When you think about it is that the large portion of the day. But personally, speaking of all, my friends, I cannot name a single name a single person out of anybody. I've talked to that it sat down. It's been eight hours doing practical studying. That's just ridiculous. No, you know, what? A lot of it. Now like with the talk about an Edison where they're giving late YouTube videos to watch. It's kinda like it's a lot of it has become like learning on your own and then should be happening either. Peter, thanks for the call Kevin's on the turnpike, New Jersey one zero one point five weekday Kevin. I have a two part answer today. Not what they should be getting home. If you add in the travel time with these kids, they're putting in a forty five to fifty hours a day at school and traveling. Both parents working when they come home and she'd be family. December these adults are or have them do put a forty hour workweek and there. Yeah. Texas, Texas work, which you're not gonna get paid for it. Just like the hallmark is not part of getting paid for school. And the other thing is what they're doing wrong and instead of focusing on how to correct the hallmark by nine tenth grade. You have kids that you know, pretty much. Whether they're going to go to college or they have other plans for the military, or maybe they need a trade as they should. They should be more counseling. I'm figuring out where kids should be headed. You know, what that, but that's a different story kept thanks for the call to New Jersey one zero one point five guidance cows for involvement career choices where you're going. If you choose a career, if you're a junior, a senior in high school, and you've decided that you want to enter the medical profession in the legal, profession, or whatever. And you're going to need to do a lot of studying by all means, and even then you go to the teacher and say, you know, what I want to learn as much as possible. Give me homework give me stuff to take home and work on. But I don't see any kid robustly embracing homework. I see it as a chore that they're stuck with a can't wait to get it over with. They'll they'll they'll go through the motions of doing it. They're not happy doing it. It's not a learning experience. Dan is in Somerset on New Jersey one zero one point five positive learning experience. Hi, dan. Hey, steve. Great topic. Great show. Thank you. Thank you. Yeah. I have four children. So I've gone through the pain of many many hours at night. And they don't understand that. The parents don't understand it. You know, where my wife, and I both college educated, and we get frustrated when we can't even help. So what we've learned is. I think one I think the school day should probably be a little longer to you know, I've got a fifteen year old who's in honors. And he said the most important time of his day is when he gets with his friends for about an hour a day in the collaborate on the homework. They learn from each other on the on the homework that is being taught in the school by the teacher. Right. Hallmark is just such a monumental waste of time. What they really should be doing is maybe doing some reading and studying a little bit. But it's it should be an hour to max. And then there's not, you know, when we talk about work life balance. What about the kids? They should be learning. This'll be learning jump shot their skills should be learning to throw a football should be. E-learning hit a baseball. Go have fun. And that's what rounds you out as a person. Yeah. I I remember when I played sports. I'd come home nine o'clock at night from game. Ten o'clock. I'm doing homework. Right. Right. And look at these kids same thing, you know, the kid LSU less juniors gonna one day go to college on a scholarship and have to maintain a GPA while he's trying to get drafted by the NFL, and I'll see it happening for a lot of kids. You know? I really don't think it's necessary. Dan, thanks for the call to New Jersey. One zero one point five your thoughts in Edison over seven hundred people signed a petition they would like Edison to lay off homework and excessive technology, how do you feel about homework? Do you think we should eliminate it in New Jersey schools things you give these you know, you teach the kid you test the kid and the student, and then that's it?.

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"edison schools" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

06:51 min | 3 years ago

"edison schools" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Hundred plus have signed the petition asking Edison schools to lay off homework and excessive technology use saying the kids are occupied from dawn to dusk. How do you feel about homework? Should we get rid of it? I would love to get rid of it because I really don't feel that that it's helping I don't feel it's learning experience for the children. I feel that the teachers should be teaching this in class if they don't get it. You know, they study for it when you know, you'll realize it during the test. In this world of anti bullying. You know? So what happens if a kid goes home? He, you know, he doesn't understand the homework. It goes in the next day doesn't understand the homework the other start laughing because he doesn't know the homework. Do you want this poor child to feel unin -cluded? Do you want him to experience that kind of pain bullied by other students who get the homework is just not right? It is just not right. I'm doing this for you. Kemp rhymes with hemp is in Flemington, New Jersey one zero one point five eight cab. I've never heard that one before. All right. I'm going with the low hanging fruit. So here's something that, you know, different point of view. I guess I grew up with my my father was a single, right? He was the blue collar worker technician. Right. You know, he worked, you know, extra at night, but he got paid for it. You know, sort of take down away when I needed if I needed help with homework right to take that away from him to make that extra money to, you know, potentially. You know, have a surprise. You wanna say another good point? It's it's tough. It makes it really tough and at the same time like I actually went to school. I I had that mentality. I saw when I was young. School. I see, you know, he's working overtime. He's getting paid for it. And that's just the way I saw it. So high school I had an attitude like that. And I it drop my grades dramatically to the point where my sophomore year. I was told that I was going to have to repeat that your do summer school all the way to the rest of my until I graduate. I was like absolutely not dropped out. Started working five years later. I did get my GED. I tried to do the college thing. Right. Still didn't work out. Now. I I work. I have a good job. I make over eighty carrier consistent, ma'am, thirty five years old house, and no hardware. I got paid for actually I'm sitting in my car now service, call out at work the service, call from you know, more money. Yeah. The thing is it's just not really learning from it. And and the situation with you. You're at a disadvantage the teacher teaches the class. And then after that the student of swords what they learn in class, and you find out how they did on tests. The idea like the teacher said earlier Julia about well, some kids need it doesn't mean the whole class has to suffer. If you feel that some kid wants to learn and the parents come in and say, you know, what could we do? He's not getting it. Let's work together on it. But to take all this time like in your situation. I'm sure you if you were not given homework could have maybe gotten a job and helped you father out a little bit. Yeah. Right. Well, you know, one that you put this energy towards, you know, vocational schools and teaching people trees not everybody is gonna make it in college. Not everybody is going to be able to fit in office and not everybody's going to be able to be working at a radio. You know? The different things and they need to enforce. You're right. Jim thanks for the call to New Jersey one zero one point five twenty four thousand automotive jobs company in the next seven years. We've got technology openings in New Jersey, we've got all kinds of vocational openings in New Jersey. I do I can do a couple of hours just asking business owners who owned companies like h vac how hard it is to find people why because the schools push him to college. Why the aggravated with the homework, I got a Twitter poll up, and we asked basically, what do you think? Kids getting too much, homework and rock replies. Not enough. Little bastard is always nagging me to make him dinner and talk to him. We should be studying instead of bothering me. Welcome to New Jersey. Mark is in Scotch Plains, New Jersey one point five. Hey, mark. Hey, how's it going? So let me say that I'm a teacher, and I teach that so I kinda see both sides of that. And I understand the importance of play all working, Jim. Fourteen jumping jacks. Going into that that wouldn't be a bad thing. So dodgeball. Imagine. Anyway. So I see it from the other teachers point of view, and I think I have a level head and that and that there are some subjects that you do need to have homework right such as like the language arts class where you can't just sit there the whole time to read a book in class. Do you agree? What do you mean? I understand what you're saying. Don't just sit there book in class. What I'm saying? You you tell the kid you sign them homework. Go home redes- chapter in the book in the literature about like like Huck Finn or whether you can if you talk about book reports at some ten different. But if you're saying you discuss it in class the next day, but it for you to sit there and read a chapter in a book that would be the entire class period. Okay. So there is some homework that needs to be done. Same thing. With math math is big independent practice. So you sign it with the idea that the students you teach and, you know, no, no, no, no, hold on you teach it the book report is a different story. And the thing with the book report get books instead of forcing a kid to read a book could care less about give kids went to kick the book that he likes to read you decide if it's on the level. My kids is sports fanatics their addicts. They may not be able to get. It the Huck Finn book. But you give them the either Eli manning biography, and they'll give you seven ways to Sunday. We'll Alba quilt my son's a falcons fan. That was exactly me when I was in high school. In read a single other books, and then so you get it now biography. Biographies my love, right because you and you're interested in here's the other thing. Going back to your math point only because I only got so much time for everybody. Got a lot of people calling him. Your math point is if your teaching the problem you teaching the math in the school bring the kid up to the board work with them there to send them home. He doesn't have you. And if he doesn't get it. It just creates a lot of aggravation and anxiety for both student and parent at home. Thanks for the call to the jersey one zero one point.

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 Netflix Picks Up Madam CJ Walker Series from Octavia Spencer and LeBron James IGN Entertainment

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02:22 min | 4 years ago

Netflix Picks Up Madam CJ Walker Series from Octavia Spencer and LeBron James IGN Entertainment

"Buy specifically over Columbus Day weekend and finally once the school year is up and running it's a really, good tip from experts to actually pack your kid's lunch. Can save you a lot of money in the long run reporting. Live Olisa, Donovan RTD six Eliza thank you for those temps will most, IBS students don't go back to school until August six for the district's innovation network schools do head back to class this week with some of them starting today we're going. To tell you who those are students attend Ending. Edison school of the. Arts Purdue polytechnic high school and Thomas Greg neighborhood school they go back this morning and then tomorrow even Avon Dale meadows middle school starts, off the school year on. Wednesday it's the first day for. Kids going to cold spring school in urban act academy school fourteen and if you are sending the kids out to the bus stop today, they might want to bring that umbrella, along Todd absolutely you're going to need that umbrella off and on throughout the course, of the day today so you need it during all day parts here morning afternoon. And into the evening hours so make sure you have it handy. Not going to be dealing with any real heavy rainfall and severe weather. But these, showers will just continue to stream through at, times and here's where we stand right now and you notice most essential Indiana dealing with. Some showers there's some spots where there's no rain falling but still, probably a pretty. Damn feeling and then across the state line in Illinois there's a pretty good batch of rain that'll be sliding here in. Central Indiana as we work our way throughout the day so here are rain, chances from start to finish throughout the course of this This Monday nearly, one hundred, percent here. To the morning commute then as we go throughout. The course of the remainder of the day those rain chances you see are straight with us. Through the eleven o'clock hour and they continue into your Tuesday we'll talk, more about the rest of the work week here, coming. Up in just a few minutes all right Todd thank you a big announcement from net. Flicks it's wanting a series about an Indianapolis icon it will tell the story of Madame. CJ Walker she created a line of, hair care products for African American women that made her a millionaire and, she also began the development of the historic Walker feeder on. Indiana avenue before her death in nineteen nineteen the series on Madame Walker will be produced by. TV Spencer and LeBron James with Spencer also, set to star in this show it. Will be based on the biography on our, own ground by Madame Walker's great great granddaughter Alenia bundles eight release date has not been announced coming up.

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