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"florida education association" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"florida education association" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Ended in the brutal death of Robert and tighten, Putnam County Sheriff Gator, DeLoach says Mark Wilson Junior killed Robert and Tate in Baker, 12 and 14 years old with a knife and a hammer. The victim's family had let Wilson and his girlfriend lives in a shed on the property. DeLoach hopes Wilson faces the death penalty. Universalorlando will lay off more than 1000 workers. Summit might never hire back. The company blames Cove in 19 shutdown restrictions for the move to lay off employees for at least six months. The Corona virus has killed about 11,000 people in Florida with another 148 deaths reported in the state. Today. An appeals court in Tallahassee put a hold on a judge's ruling that put a hold on a state order to open schools for in person learning. The uncertainty over the outcome of the lawsuit of the Florida Education Association brought Claiming it's not safe to return to class prompted the Hillsborough County School board to go ahead and open schools Monday. Do you think everyone across the state is ready to deal with a pandemic they have never been exposed for before? So to continue to talk about how we're not ready. We're learning along the way. We're going to see barriers. We're goingto have hiccups. Superintendent Addison Davis and the board wanted to delay in person learning for four weeks, but the state threatened to withhold tens of millions of dollars of funding. A decision in the case won't come until after September. 9th Thief Florida State Miami Colors football game will happen. September 26th. But no students from either school can go to the game. Miami host the game at hard Rock Stadium governor De Santis says that 13,000 fans can attend. But the school says its first two games there will not have students among them with Florida's news. I'm John my question. For.

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"florida education association" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"florida education association" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Ended in the brutal death of Robert and tighten, Putnam County Sheriff Gator, DeLoach says Mark Wilson Junior killed Robert and Tate in Baker, 12 and 14 years old with a knife and a hammer. The victim's family had let Wilson and his girlfriend lives in a shed on the property. DeLoach hopes Wilson faces the death penalty. Universalorlando will lay off more than 1000 Workers Summit might never hire back. The company blames Cove in 19 shutdown restrictions for the move to lay off employees for at least six months. The Corona virus has killed about 11,000 people in Florida with another 148 deaths reported in the state. Today. An appeals court in Tallahassee put a hold on a judge's ruling that put a hold on a state order to open schools for in person learning. The uncertainty over the outcome of the lawsuit of the Florida Education Association brought claiming it's not safe to return to class prompted the Hillsborough County School board to go ahead and open schools Monday. Do you think everyone across the state is ready to deal with a pandemic? They have never been exposed? Before, so to continue to talk about how we're not ready. We're learning along the way. We're going to see barriers. We're goingto have hiccups. Superintendent Addison Davis and the board wanted to delay in person learning for four weeks, but the state threatened to withhold tens of millions of dollars of funding. A decision in the case won't come until after September. 9th Thief Florida State Miami Colors football game will happen. September 26th. But no students from either school can go to the game. Miami host the game at hard Rock Stadium governor De Santis says that 13,000 fans can attend. But the school says its first two games there will not have students.

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"florida education association" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"florida education association" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Ended in the brutal death of Robert and tighten, Putnam County Sheriff Gator, DeLoach says Mark Wilson Junior killed Robert and Tate in Baker, 12 and 14 years old with a knife and a hammer. The victim's family had let Wilson and his girlfriend lives in a shed on the property. DeLoach hopes Wilson faces the death penalty. Universalorlando will lay off more than 1000 workers. Summit might never hire back. The company blames Cove in 19 shutdown restrictions for the move to lay off employees for at least six months. The Corona virus has killed about 11,000 people in Florida with another 148 deaths reported in the state. Today. An appeals court in Tallahassee put a hold on a judge's ruling that put a hold on a state order to open schools for in person learning. The uncertainty over the outcome of the lawsuit of the Florida Education Association brought Claiming it's not safe to return to class prompted the Hillsborough County School board to go ahead and open schools Monday. Do you think everyone across the state is ready to deal with a pandemic they have never been exposed for before? So to continue to talk about how we're not ready. We're learning along the way. We're going to see barriers. We're goingto have hiccups. Superintendent Addison Davis and the board wanted to delay in person learning for four weeks, but the state threatened to withhold tens of millions of dollars in funding. A decision in the case won't come until after September. 9th Thief Florida State Miami College football game will happen. September 26th. But no students from either school can go to the game. Miami host the game at hard Rock Stadium governor De Santis says that 13,000 fans can attend. But the school says its first two games there will not have students among them. What Florida's news. I'm John. My question. Summer.

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Miami - Florida teachers opposed to returning to classroom win lawsuit

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Miami - Florida teachers opposed to returning to classroom win lawsuit

"Teachers are celebrating an important win in court. You say Radio's John Hurt, has details. Florida teachers worried about returning to the classroom during the Corona virus pandemic won a legal battle with Governor Rhonda sentenced who wants to reopen schools by the end of this month, declaring that the state essentially ignored the requirement for school safety by insisting teachers resume in person. EDUCATION. Leon County Judge Charles Dodson ruled in favor of the Florida Education Associations lawsuit, the Department of Education's Order, which was issued July, 6th overrode local school boards rights to operate their own schools, according to Dotson. Dotson also noted that after Hillsborough County on the advice of local health expert voted this month to delay reopening for four weeks, it was threatened with the loss of $23 million in monthly state aid by Education Commissioner Richard Cochran.

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"florida education association" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"florida education association" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Game as they push up to the line of law enforcement. You see the bottles getting thrown over the crowd, and they're also using like Fourth of July fireworks, not the kind you would buy the roast, I'd stand but the kind for the big Fourth of July type of displays. And they fire them by mortar at the line of Law Enforcement's Pretty Dangerous big explosions. Go off there. It looked like some of the officers got hurt tonight. The pinochle Police are unable to confirm that sponsors Mike Tobin Jacob Blake was shot while trying to get into his car after police say he tried to interfere in the domestic violence arrest. He is hospitalized in stable condition. A judge says Steve Bannon will not have to come to a Manhattan courthouse next week for hearing on charges that he defrauded donors to a fund promoted to build a wall along the southern border. The judge ordering the Bannon can appear in her courtroom on a video screen because of the Corona virus. A court fight is brewing over plans to send Florida school Children back to the classroom. A Florida judge temporarily blocked Republican Governor Rhonda Santas and education leaders push to four schools to open up their classrooms despite the Corona virus outbreak this after a lawsuit from the powerful Teachers union, the Florida Education Association A judge argued the mandate you served local school district and their authority to decide what's best for students and teachers. Florida is seen some improvement in numbers and its fight against Cove. It hospitalizations and daily new cases are both way down since their peak earlier this summer. Tom Graham. Fox News New trade talks between the U. S and China in a phone conversation Tuesday trade on voice from each country discussing strengthening coordination of economic policies at the six month mark of the Phase one trade agreement. Run. Jack Callahan. This is Fox News from the.

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"florida education association" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"florida education association" Discussed on KTOK

"Despite a PM curfew, fires are burning in Kenosha, Wisconsin. In the second day of protests over the police shooting of a black man on there's been a cat and mouse game as they push up to the line of law enforcement. You see the bottles get him thrown over the crowd, and they're also using like Fourth of July fireworks, not the kind you would buy the roast. I'd stand but the kind for the big Fourth of July type of displays and they fire them by mortar. At the line of Law Enforcement's pretty Dangerous Big explosions Go off there. It looked like some of the officers got hurt tonight. The pinochle Police are unable to confirm that sponsors Mike Tobin Jacob Blake was shot while trying to get into his car after police say he tried to interfere in the domestic violence arrest. He is hospitalized in stable condition. Ah, judge says Steve Bannon will not have to come to a Manhattan courthouse next week. For hearing on charges that he defrauded donors to a fund promoted to build a wall along the southern border. The judge ordering that Bannon can appear in her courtroom on a video screen because of the Corona virus. A court fight is brewing over plans to send Florida school Children back to the classroom. A Florida judge temporarily blocked Republican Governor Rhonda Santas and education leaders push to four schools to open up their classrooms despite the Corona virus outbreak this after a lawsuit from the powerful Teachers union, the Florida Education Association A judge argued the mandate you served local school districts and their authority to decide what's best for students and teachers. Florida is seen some improvement in numbers and its fight against Cove it hospitalizations in daily new cases are both way down since their peak earlier this summer. Tom Graham. Fox News New trade talks between the U. S and China in a phone conversation Tuesday trade on voice from each country discussing strengthening coordination of economic policies at the six month mark of the Phase one trade agreement..

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"florida education association" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"florida education association" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Fires are burning in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in the second day of protests over the police shooting of a black man on there's been a cat and mouse game as they push up to the line of law enforcement. You see the bottles get him thrown over the crowd, and they're also using like Fourth of July fireworks, not the kind you would buy the roast. I stand but the kind for the big Fourth of July type of displaced And they fire them by mortar at the line of Law Enforcement's pretty Dangerous big explosions. Go off there. It looked like some of the officers got hurt tonight. The Kenosha police are unable to confirm this functions. Mike Tobin Jacob Blake was shot while trying to get into his car after police say he tried to interfere in the domestic violence arrest. He is hospitalized in stable condition. A judge says Steve Bannon will not have to come to a Manhattan courthouse next week for hearing on charges that he defrauded donors to a fund promoted to build a wall along the southern border. The judge ordering that Bannon can appear in her courtroom on a video screen because of the Corona virus. The court fight is brewing over plans to send Florida school Children back to the classroom. A Florida judge temporarily blocked Republican Governor Rhonda Santas and education leaders push to four schools to open up their classrooms despite the Corona virus outbreak this after a lawsuit from the powerful Teachers union, the Florida Education Association A judge argued the mandate you served local school districts and their authority to decide what's best for students and teachers. Florida is seen some improvement in numbers and its fight against covert hospitalizations in daily new cases are both way down since their peak earlier this summer. Tom Graham. Fox News New trade talks between the U. S and China in a phone conversation Tuesday trade on voice from each country discussing strengthening coordination of economic policies. At the six month mark of the Phase one trade agreement on Jack Callahan This's Fox News.

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"florida education association" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"florida education association" Discussed on WGN Radio

"From six PM Friday through midnight Sunday. There were 39 shooting incident. 59 shooting victim five murders of those 59 victims. Two juvenile, he says. All this has made 78 gun arrest recovered Almost 100 guns total recovered so far this year over 6700. The number of black officers in the Chicago Police Department is probably going to go down as more officers at retirement age. Debra Witz Berg, the city's inspector general for public safety, telling the City Council Public CITIC Safety Committee yesterday. Coming decline is going to be one of the most important considerations moving forward on hiring, recruiting and officer assignments, which Berg says While the percentage of black officers will be going down long term, the percentage of Latin ex officers is likely to rise proportionally. Florida school teachers say it is a win for now. Florida's Education Association sued the State Education Department over an order mandating that schools reopen their classrooms by the end of this month. Yesterday, a Florida judge blocked the descendants Administration push for a return to in person instruction with the pandemic still in the way, saying it's a disregard for public safety is to Monday, the Orange County School board voted to move forward with face to face education, citing, among other things, the threat from the Florida Department of Education. To withhold funding if schools did not reopen. This seemed to be a key issue for the judge who said the order from the state forcing schools to reopen did not give and I quote here meaningful alternatives to having kids back in class mat CBC is Christopher heave a state by the way plans to appeal that ruling. The first night of the Republican National Convention is now in the record books the first night of the Republican National Convention. Feature speeches denouncing Democrats painting a bleak future. Should.

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"florida education association" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"florida education association" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Are burning in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in the second day of protests over the police shooting of a black man on there's been a cat and mouse game as they push up to the line of law enforcement. You see the bottles get him thrown over the crowd, and they're also using like Fourth of July fireworks, not the kind you would buy at the roast, I stand but the kind for the big Fourth of July type of displays. And they fire them by mortar at the line of Law Enforcement's Pretty Dangerous big explosions. Go off there. It looked like some of the officers got hurt tonight. The Kenosha police are unable to confirm that sponsors Mike Tobin Jacob Blake was shot while trying to get into his car after police say he tried to interfere in the domestic violence arrest. He is hospitalized in stable condition. A judge says Steve Bannon will not have to come to a Manhattan courthouse next week for a hearing on charges that he defrauded donors to a fund promoted to build a wall along the southern border. The judge ordering the Bannen could appear in her courtroom on a video screen because of the Corona virus. A court fight is brewing over plans to send Florida school Children back to the classroom. A Florida judge temporarily blocked Republican Governor Rhonda Santas and education leaders push to four schools to open up their classrooms despite the Corona virus outbreak this after a lawsuit from the powerful Teachers union, the Florida Education Association A judge argued the mandate you served local school district and their authority to decide what's best for students and teachers. Florida is seen some improvement in numbers and its fight against Cove it hospitalizations in daily new cases are both way down since their peak earlier this summer. Tom Graham. Fox News New trade talks between the U. S and China in a phone conversation Tuesday trade on voice from each country discussing strengthening coordination of economic policies. At the six month mark of the Phase one trade agreement.

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"florida education association" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:25 min | 1 year ago

"florida education association" Discussed on AP News

"A Florida judge has temporarily blocked governor Ron DeSantis and top education officials from enforcing public schools to re open brick and mortar classrooms saying the state's order arbitrarily disregard safety Leon county judge Charles Dotson said the mandate to reopen schools overrode local control from school districts in deciding for themselves whether it was safe for students teachers and staffers to return the Florida education association had sued the state after education commissioner Richard Corcoran issued an order earlier this summer mandating that schools reopen classrooms by August 31 or risk losing funding I surely after

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"florida education association" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:25 min | 1 year ago

"florida education association" Discussed on AP News

"A Florida judge has temporarily blocked governor Ron DeSantis and top education officials from enforcing public schools to re open brick and mortar classrooms saying the state's order arbitrarily disregard safety Leon county judge Charles Dotson said the mandate to reopen schools overrode local control from school districts in deciding for themselves whether it was safe for students teachers and staffers to return the Florida education association had sued the state after education commissioner Richard Corcoran issued an order earlier this summer mandating that schools reopen classrooms by August 31 or risk losing funding I surely after

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Judge's ruling could slow down reopening of Florida schools

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Judge's ruling could slow down reopening of Florida schools

"A Florida judge has temporarily blocked governor Ron DeSantis and top education officials from enforcing public schools to re open brick and mortar classrooms saying the state's order arbitrarily disregard safety Leon county judge Charles Dotson said the mandate to reopen schools overrode local control from school districts in deciding for themselves whether it was safe for students teachers and staffers to return the Florida education association had sued the state after education commissioner Richard Corcoran issued an order earlier this summer mandating that schools reopen classrooms by August thirty first or risk losing funding I surely after

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Judge's ruling could slow down reopening of Florida schools

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Judge's ruling could slow down reopening of Florida schools

"A Florida judge has temporarily blocked governor Ron DeSantis and top education officials from enforcing public schools to re open brick and mortar classrooms saying the state's order arbitrarily disregard safety Leon county judge Charles Dotson said the mandate to reopen schools overrode local control from school districts in deciding for themselves whether it was safe for students teachers and staffers to return the Florida education association had sued the state after education commissioner Richard Corcoran issued an order earlier this summer mandating that schools reopen classrooms by August thirty first or risk losing funding I surely after

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Judge denies motion to dismiss school re-opening lawsuit

WIOD Programming

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Judge denies motion to dismiss school re-opening lawsuit

"A motion to dismiss the Florida Education Associations lawsuit challenging the state's emergency order requiring schools to re open and denying the motion on procedural grounds. The judge said he hoped both sides can work out their differences in a mediation hearing next week. The fall high school sports

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"florida education association" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"florida education association" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And Weather THISS is news radio. W F L A W X TV HD to Clearwater. I'm Reed Shepherd. Our top story at one o'clock. Some of Florida's latest covert numbers may be skewed by what Governor Dissatisfied calling a data dump. State Health Department yesterday reported over 8100 new Corona virus cases, which was the most reported in a single day of this month. However, the governor says some of those date back to June that are just now being released by a new lab in Miami Dade. Calls the day the stale and his cautioning against making decisions based on it to tie it to some of the data and have say a kid's future about whether a parent consent a child to school be tied to You know some private lab that dumps test seven weeks late. That may not be the best the best way for health officials report 6200 new cases since yesterday. As expected, Tropical Storm Josephine has formed out in the Atlantic system as top winds of 45 miles an hour and is expected to get stronger over the next two days. Should turn north over the weekend and could dissipate by early next week. It's not expected to impact Florida or the Eastern Seaboard of the US Oldsmar vice Mayor Linda Norris's looking at doing charges after Hillsborough deputies say she caused a three vehicle crash on Wednesday. Time, says Norris was driving erratically along West Hillsboro Avenue near racetrack rode rear ended another vehicle, which caused a chain reaction crash. No one was hurt. Judge in Tallahassee will hear arguments tomorrow morning on emotion from the dishonest administration to dismiss a lawsuit brought by the Florida Education Association, which seeks to delay the start of classes because of the Corona virus. Union says it's a violation of the state constitution to reopen schools in the midst of a pandemic. Hillsborough County is at the center of the debate following the school board's decision to start off four weeks of virtual learning. I'm Reid Shepherd News, radio W F L A Is your retirement going as planned? If not, there are steps you can take today to get back on track, the last with great deals on the Ram 1500 Ram.

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"florida education association" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"florida education association" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Is blocked here. Major accident remains in Land O Lakes on U. S. 41 all South tellings air Shut down after Dale Mabry Highway. I'm Daniella Dorsey News Radio. W F L. A Ah, slightly better rain chance, especially this afternoon and evening at 50% Otherwise a high of 91 81 degrees at news radio Wofl and some bad news for already hurricane weary Floridians. Hurricane season doesn't even statistically start for two more weeks, and with nine named storms, two of which become hurricanes. We're already way above average right now we're on a pace we've never seen, least in modern history. As far as the number of storms and have occurred so far. AccuWeather lead hurricane forecaster Dan Cut Lawsky blames the combination of low pressure in the Atlantic Basin. Low windshear in warm water in Colorado State University researchers are both calling for 10 more hurricanes. Five becoming major storms. No updates its outlook later this morning. Eric Rodriguez Miami Stay informed during hurricane season With W F l A news dot coms Operation Storm Watch brought to you by Morgan Exteriors. The state's largest teachers union is asking for an injunction to delay the start of schools until the Corona virus numbers stabilized. There was no immediate decision from the judge, and it looks like appeals and other legal maneuvering, including emotion from governor to sadist to dismiss the case. Could delay one until it doesn't really matter. Florida Education Association says This is a life and death decision. Florida PT A just wants parents to have options Summer out looking for new jobs. Some just because of the nature.

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Miami - Florida Education Association Files Motion Seeking To Prevent State From Opening Schools This Month

WBZ Afternoon News

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Miami - Florida Education Association Files Motion Seeking To Prevent State From Opening Schools This Month

"Florida teachers air pleading with the court to block the state from forcing schools to re open On July 6th. Florida's commissioner of education, Richard Corcoran, issued an order directing all schools in the state to reopen in person education at least five days a week. Now. Attorneys representing the Florida Education Association, the state's largest teachers union, are asking a court to step in and block that order. Mark Richards represents teachers in Miami Dade County and told the court during a virtual hearing Wednesday. He's our life and death No do over decisions. Another hearing on the cases scheduled for Thursday.

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"florida education association" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"florida education association" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"A Tampa and w X TV HD to Clearwater. There's hope for people who are desperate to visit loved ones now in Florida nursing homes and assisted living centers. People who recovered from Cove it may be allowed to visit their loved ones. We've gotta figure out a way to not only protect folks from the virus but also address some of the serious emotional damage that has been done by Our countermeasures to the virus Marry Daniel took a job as a dishwasher at her husband's LF just to see him, I'm looking for a real I'm not looking for a virtual hug, and I and I've been lucky enough to get that from my husband. The proposal is still under review. No final decision made I'm Rory O'Neill, the Department of Health reporting for 197,330 confirmed cases of covert 19 in Florida since the start of the pandemic and a total of 7526 deaths, the state's largest teachers Unit is asking a judge for a temporary injunction to delay the start of school. The Florida Education Association already filed a lawsuit asking to delay the first day of K through 12 school news Channel eight reports. The emergency injunction will ask a judge to delay the start while the lawsuit is being considered. The FDA represents 137 educators, a carload of teenagers crashed into the back of an 18 wheeler on Alligator Alley and call your county this morning. A 16 year old boy from Venice was killed. Four other teenagers also from Venice, were Injured, only one was wearing a seat belt. The Moreland's are finally back in action tonight visiting the Baltimore Orioles. It's the team's first game since July 26th following a covert 19 outbreak. CEO Terry Cheater doesn't know how the Corona virus got into their clubhouse, infecting 18 players and two coaches. Everyone in tested negative and they had a false sense of security. So.

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"florida education association" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"florida education association" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Who recovered from Cove it may be allowed to visit their loved ones. We've gotta figure out a way to not only protect folks from the virus but also address some of the serious emotional damage that has been done by our countermeasures to the virus. Marry Daniel took a job as a dishwasher at her husband's LF just to see him I'm looking for a real, huh? I'm not looking for a virtual hug, and I and I've been lucky enough to get that from my husband. The proposal is still under review. No final decision made I'm Rory O'Neill, The Department of Health reporting for 197,330 confirmed cases of covert 19 in Florida since the start of the pandemic and a total of 7526 deaths the state's largest teachers unions asking a judge for a temporary injunction to delay the start of school. The Florida Education Association already filed a lawsuit asking to delay the first day of K through 12. Of school news Channel eight reports. The emergency injunction will ask a judge to delay the start while the lawsuit is being considered. The FDA represents 137 educators, a carload of teenagers crashed into the back of an 18 wheeler on Alligator Alley and call your county this morning. A 16 year old boy from Venice was killed for other teenagers also from Venice, were injured. Only one was wearing a seat belt. The Moreland's are finally back in action tonight visiting the Baltimore Orioles. It's the team's first game since July 26th. Following a covert 19 outbreak. CEO Terry Cheater doesn't know how the Corona virus got into their clubhouse, infecting 18 players and two coaches. Everyone in tested negative and they have a false sense secure, so so they let their guard down. Look as an organization. We have impressed with Florida's news on John Conrad. Summer savings at Miami Lakes, 0% interest of 18 months. Miami like so tamal dot com The daily Zeitgeist is a podcast from the world's smartest and funniest comics.

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"florida education association" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"florida education association" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Convention in Washington D. C. I spoke with Dr John. How Avia May President About one health One. Health is really a collaboration between positions. Marion's public health officials, for example, in Minnesota state veterinarian deals with diseases Rabies, for example. Animals or sentence for humans, humans or sentence infections. There's more valuable information at a dot or Florida's largest teachers union is suing the state over reopening schools. With more on this story, Here's US radio networks. John Hunt, Florida's largest teacher's union, has sued Governor Rhonda Santis over his administration's pushed the fully reopen all public schools next month, even as the number of Corona virus cases in that state is spiking. The Florida Education Association accused It's another state officials of violating a state constitutional mandate to keep public schools safe and secure the union. Ask a state court in Miami to halt the governor's reopening. This is use a radio news, adding more to the story. Republican Congressman Mackey It's of Florida, though, tells Fox News he believes schools need to be open, and ultimately, it should be up to parents to make the choice. Think that when students go to school We see rising instances of bad behavior from those students. We see lower nutrition rates. We also see instances rising and physical violence and sexual violence. And so it's very important to us in the state of Florida to get schools open. Now we have to do so safely. That means more sanitation stations. That means different bus routes. That means that if there are students who want to accept a digital path or a distance learning path We provide that to them, and then we use that as an opportunity to create more spacing in the classroom..

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Florida teachers union sues Miami mayor, state officials over schools’ ‘reckless, unsafe reopening’

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Florida teachers union sues Miami mayor, state officials over schools’ ‘reckless, unsafe reopening’

"The mayor of Miami Dade County. Among those targeted by the state's largest teachers Union of Florida Education Association yesterday sued Mayor Carlos Jimenez, the governor and others over plans to reopen schools next month. The lawsuit, filed in Miami says reopening schools is illegal because the state constitutional calls for schools to be safe and secure. Local teacher says If he's forced to return to the classroom, you'll quit.

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Teachers sue Florida governor over school reopening plan

PBS NewsHour

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Teachers sue Florida governor over school reopening plan

"Those figures, Governor Ron De Santis repeated calls for schools to reopen this fall. We just got to be guided by by the evidence and the data and make sure that we're putting the interests of kids first and giving parents the choices that they deserve. Say the Florida Education Association, the largest teachers unions in the state, Su descended over

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"florida education association" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"florida education association" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"The Florida Education Association, though, says it's union members are scared, and they don't trust politicians to make sure that things in fact are safe. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany. Those supports President Trump's statement that 99% of Corona virus cases are harmless. But the president was pointing Tio. It was a factual statement, one that is rooted in science. Speaking with reporters, McEnaney said the case mortality rate in the U. S is very low and much lower than in other countries. She added that the president was trying to say the vast majority of Americans come out on the other side of the virus. McEnaney insisted that the president is not downplaying the severity of this virus, as many of his critics have said that is Mark Mayfield, a tell all book about the Trump family will be hitting shelves next week due to high demand, publisher Simon and Schuster said. Too much. Never enough How my family created the world's most dangerous man, written by Trump's niece, Mary will go on sale July 14th President's brother Robert Trump has filed several court actions trying to block the book. I was down 181 points, 26,107. NASDAQ UP 55 as MP down 1.5 mornings at 11. 30 more Brian Mud Next. I'm Natalie Rodriguez News Radio. 6 10 W 00 D LIVE from South Florida Brian Mud Show starts right now. Radio 6 10 W. 00 D. Obviously, the rollback includes Jim's large venues. Casinos and Airbnb. He's what we need is a plan and a strategy that is long term and that has calculated to defeat covert 19 in our community, and I think that's something we've got to start working on together as a community. Immediately. Of course, the voice of Miami Mayor Frances So Ra's and coming up at 11 20 Going to be speaking to Miami Dade Mayor Carlos Jimenez. About the executive action that is set to be taken actually is in the works right now, meeting that began in 10 o'clock this morning. Two. Shut down, and it appears once again restaurants for in person dining. And bars. Potentially some others as well. But that situation was still fluid. Even as of this morning in an interview with the mayor with Jimmy Sefolosha will get you the update coming up at 11 20 Right now. We're joined by Brad Ashwell, The four to state director for all Voting is local. You may follow him at bread. Underscore Ashwell on Twitter. Brad. Thank you for taking the time with us. How you doing? I'm good. Thanks for having me if there is one lesson above all others I'm hoping comes out of this crisis. It's the importance of local elections. And all the attention always goes to the big federal race, especially the presidency. We've seen typically about 12% turnout for municipal only elections. What's your message to people about getting out getting informed and voting? Get out early. I mean, I think that's the big message this cycle. I mean, I think everything you're probably covering right now Cove. It's affecting everything. Nobody really knows how that's going to affect the election on Election Day for the primary or the general You know the supervisors. They're doing a pretty good job of trying to prepare, but you no matter what they do that they can't do enough. There's really work to go. You know on all sides, voters really need to make sure their registration information is up to date their address information their name if they have a name change. Your signature is very important that they have their signatures. Officially they're older, and you know, especially their hand. They suffer something an injury or something. So voters really need toe you cover that makes you the register, Make sure their information up to date Secretary of State the governor really need to make sure the OPR system the online registration is working perfectly that something we've been focused on a lot lately, because something a lot people don't think about it. It's relatively new. This is the first presidential cycle. We've had it in 2018 though it broke down right before the primary and the general, so you know we're trying to make for the secretary. Does everything she can to make sure that's working well. In it, You know, they have a system set up that it does break down again. And then there's just a laundry list of things. The supervisors of elections could be doing to make sure they're ready for this this election, but No, I think I think getting out early. Whether that be voting by mail or early voting are really the best things for vendors to dio. You bring up a good point brought about the updated signature. If it's been a while, especially if you are voting by mail because that ultimately that matching up can determine the validity of the vote in whether it's it's counted. You talk about the online voter registration system with it going off line. What are the implications How my people be negatively impacted? Well, you know, veteran voters, or, you know, people using the online registration system tend to wait until the deadline for registration That's coming up very soon. In 13 days away, the 20th So if you have that Large influx of the last minute it could overload the system make a breakdown. It could mean they have trouble could mean either they don't get registered in time or Ah, you know, they're just they're not sure it just creates confusion. And then that confusion leads the lack of confidence in the system. They can just kind of, you know, taint the system altogether in a lot of people's minds, So you know, one of the common sense things were calling for is that you know the secretary she commit now extending the deadline if it does break down. Which seems there and if it does break down voter should to need penalised for it. You know, this is the state should really be doing everything they can to make sure the system is working properly. That's what really focused on right now. With that. Speaking of online voting systems. This is the first cycle in which Eric the Elektronik database that's supposed to shore of federals across states has been online with Florida included 31 states. I believe the last count have been part of Erica's. That's something that's been on your radar. Definitely it's you know, it's great thing. It's something that's been long in the in the making. The end of it. You actually encouraged us when the governor signed up, But it went 11 thing that kind of has a good side. A bad side, is it? You know, Eric requires them to register unregistered eligible voters, or at least to do a mailing to them, which is good. It's very good. It could mean millions like over a 1,000,000 more voters are registered. Problem is, it's going to direct them all these e online registration system I was just talking about so if they don't do that, in the right way, could lead to a large influx of editors over lyricist of any game or back. You know, they need to be doing everything they can stress test setting up resiliency measures redundancies everything they can to make sure voters are penalized. If this system does Go down. And there's been a lot of time getting yet is a good thing without getting into all the details of Eric, by the way, if you're not familiar with it, If you just search Brian Mud and Eric E. R. I c..

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"florida education association" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

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"florida education association" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"That spirit last Monday there was a huge rally and March in Florida and I went down to keynote the rally where there's the beloved supporting brother Ingram who lays the Florida education association it is unbelievable that we in the state of Florida the sunshine state this state that the president president says he now resides in the teachers do not get the pay they should and that does that work in the schools some in food services from Chris story is making less than twelve dollars an hour we have had a long bond with Randi Weingarten when she was in New York is there to do you have do you have now is it at the A. F. T. Dr king for the Saunders for your union in Memphis when he was killed and we want to continue that bond would label as we are in a crime that that is anti label and looks out for the business is at the top but not the teachers and therefore the students at the bottom let's have a few words from Randy Weingart I am grateful to be in your presence I am grateful for Reverend Sharpton leadership I am grateful for the leadership of the honorees.

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