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Chicago Public School Students Back Online After A Bumpy Start
"Are are back back on on line line this this morning morning for for the the second second day day of of the the learning. learning. A A one one had had some some hiccups hiccups says says we we hear hear from from WG WG ends ends Glenn Glenn Marshall Marshall uneducated put it like this. Everyone became a first year teacher once again after going through this the learning situation with more than 350,000 students on one thing that was important for the school year technology. Since remote learning is scheduled for the first quarter of the school year, CPS said they handed out around 128,000 devices that would help students. He also offered free high speed Internet for families that qualified. Still, that didn't stop frustrations coming from parents about issues with dealing with Internet problems. Even some teachers voiced their concerns on a zoom call yesterday morning. The Chicago Teachers Union talked about the lack of supplies there, seeing and how it could affect the school year. CPS CEO Dr Jack Janice Jackson says those who still have issues with unreliable Internet access have been encouraged to teach from their classrooms. But some teachers with health challenges. Say that is not an option. Hundreds of suburban
Chicago Public Schools Gets Ready For Remote Learning On Tuesday
"Their new academic year next week remotely as officials talk about the high note the school system ended on CPS officials say the system set a new record high five year high school graduation rate of 82, a half percent. While the dropout rate went down to 5.6% Tuesday, though it's a whole new ball game with remote learning getting underway. Schools CEO Janice Jackson School is in session. It may look different, but that we're not taking our foot off the gas, and it is critically important that our students not only complete school, but that they have a really experienced doctor. Jackson says. 128,000 devices have been distributed to students who need them, and efforts have been made to get Internet service for students who haven't had it. Students will have to log in each morning as attendance will be taken, and teams will knock on doors of families that did not engage in remote learning last spring and don't connect next week. Bernie too, for
Chicago Public Schools Finalize Remote Learning Plan To Start School Year
"Students students will will start start the the fall fall semester. semester. Learning Learning remotely remotely from from off off campus campus by by your your light light put, put, says says it's it's a a decision decision based based on on scientific scientific data data regarding regarding the the Corona Corona virus. virus. CPS CPS CEO CEO Janice Jackson says it's not a perfect plan and comes with some concerns students who called from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. I am extremely concerned about what this means for them, and I see it there time and time again. We are doing everything that we can to try to mitigate any, you know adverse effects to kids having to be educated in this way, so I want to make no mistake. I'm also concerned about kids who live in environments that are on, she says. It's students will use computers and ipads remotely. Publishing equivalent of a full day's class work. Daily. 24th Ward Alderman Michael Scott is chairman of City Council's Education committee. I think this gives us the opportunity to reset ourselves. Toe. Let us understand what the data is showing. And then reevaluate this plan in November, Governor Pritzker's
Chicago Schools Reopening Online Only as Coronavirus Cases Rise
"Looking forward to a hybrid schools program this fall have had their hopes dashed as the Nationals. Third largest school district announces online only classes, at least at first Chicago public schools, CEO Janice Jackson explains. Although our families expressed how much they wanted to return to their school communities and how much they're students, miss your friends and teachers. They did not feel that this was the right time. There's been an increase in covert 19 cases in the city.
Chicago Schools to Begin Fall Remotely, Dropping Hybrid Plan
"Course over covert 19 worries and says it will begin fall classes on Lee Online at first had planned a hybrid instruction programme. Chicago public schools CEO Janice Jackson explains. We will begin the new school year learning at home and continue learning remotely for the first quarter, which ends on November 6th. Mayor Lori Lightfoot has a message for parents who have to find a way to make that work. We also understand the struggle. This will be for many of our parents. You have to manage work, child care and all the other needs at home, which is in part why we're making this announcement now, But CBS is Adriana Diaz reports the number of covert 19 cases is up in the Midwest. Minnesota epidemiologist Dr Michael Osterholm says outbreaks will continue to read night if people keep ignoring health guidelines were simultaneously fighting two different diseases. One is covert 19. The other one's Cove in 19 fatigue. CBS NEWS update. Um Allison Keys 3 30
Chicago public schools will start the school year all virtual
"Public schools will begin the school year remotely. They're hoping to return to a hybrid system for the second quarter. CPS CEO Janice Jackson says that all likely means no sports for the fall as well. Chicago
CPS will begin school year with students learning at home
"City and school leaders say it was a tough decision, but students will not be in the classroom even part time to start the academic year. W BBM political editor Craig Del Amore has the latest with new Corona virus cases hovering around 300 today. Chicago Public schools CEO Janice Jackson says consultations with health officials Faculty and parents led them to decide There won't be time in the classrooms in September, we will begin the new school year learning at home and continue learning remotely for the first quarter, which ends on November 6. Aldermen Michael Scott, who chairs the City Council's education committee, was one relieved Parent. My Children were very excited about the hybrid model As a parent, I was You really scared? It's in my child back to school, and I know that there are a lot of parents. A lot of teachers were also afraid of kind of what was going to happen. I think this gives us the opportunity to reset ourselves. School officials say there will be a full day of learning online each day. Craig Della More news Radio, 105.9
"janice jackson" Discussed on Reset with Jenn White
"T. you throughout this process and we will continue to do that. But again, there are multiple stakeholders who we have to take their views into consideration in abuser mixed even amongst different stakeholder groups, there are some teachers who are very ready to go back to school, and then there are some who are afraid and we definitely respect the opinions of all people in those groups, the same with parents, their parents. Will tell me I. Need My kids back in school remote learning didn't work for me and life wise. I have parents that say I want them back in school but I'm not yet comfortable with the plan. It is a dialogue. No one person has the right answer. No one group has the right answer. What we know about covert is that things change daily and that everybody has to be a part of the discussion that's everyone and I feel like just as like I said as a parent in Chicago and I can have this conversation with you all afternoon I feel like there's so much on the. Line when it comes to reopening our schools and what they're gonNA, look like in the fall one area to think about is just it's very difficult in Chicago and you know this and we've talked about this before just the idea of selective enrollment standardized testing and and getting into the right high school process for Chicago parents it it was disrupted. It was interrupted and we talked with Sarah Carp about this a little bit earlier in in the summer but just this idea that what are you gonNA. Do about that? What are we GONNA do about standardized testing and just a process that was already difficult for parents. How do you get that back up to speed and? Does it have to change there was disruption towards the N. luckily, we were maybe about ninety five percent of the way through the process. There were a little over one hundred families that still needed to test. We have a contingency plan in place for those families to test, and they will be offered seats based on their child's eligibility. So I can confidently say we closed out last school year in major that everybody who participated in a process on was given a fair shake. I'm in the same shake in order to get on acceptance into a high school or program throughout the. City as we think about next year, we will be sharing our ideas for our selective enrollment in lottery programs and options programs. So stay tuned for that. We're not ready to announce those plans, but we will have a plan in place to resume our selective enrollment in other choice programs back for that is as as we look at the idea of possibly bringing kids and teachers and staff back to a school, you talked about the safety precaution precautions and the protections. But just hypothetically one kid has has a positive case. One teacher has positive. One janitor has a positive case. Are you thinking about the contingency plans of what that means and we're seeing in other industries right now. But but how you will approach that if that indeed happens, yeah, I'm and that's outlined in our plan. So if we take a step back, the hybrid model that we're proposing seek to have no more than fifteen students in any individual pod at a time with that teacher. So if a student becomes positive with covert where contracts Kovic and they're in a particular pot, all of the students that have had close contact with that student, which would be our..
"janice jackson" Discussed on Reset with Jenn White
"What do you say to teachers who are not on board when it comes to coming back to the classroom because they feel that their safety that that is in question and the protections are inadequate. What do you say to teachers who who really feel like their voices aren't being heard? Well I think the thing that I would lean back on our plan prioritises safety, and again, this is a plan that is in place for whenever in Person Instruction resumes and I, don't think anybody's going to argue that that will happen eventually. We're going to work with DR already and our partners as C. D. P. H. in order to make a decision about when we do that effectively think the second piece here is that there are a variety of stakeholders whose voices that we have to take into consideration, which is why cps took the additional step of administering surveys and having the town halls and I think. Overall. People know that we need to have a plan but they WANNA become more comfortable with that plan and it's the district's responsibility to make sure that people feel like the protocols that we're going to have in place. The cleaning procedures that we are proposing are adequate enough to make sure that people feel safe come back into our schools and that's the purpose of the process that. We're engaged in, but I think at the end of the day, our job as a school system is to educate students and we really have to make sure that we're providing an education, all of our students but in particular the students amongst us who are the most vulnerable many of these students, their parents are the same essential workers that we have been championing throughout this process in. A lot of them need additional support, and so there are a lot of factors that have to be taken into consideration a lot of things that we're trying to balance. But at the end of the day health and safety is at the core of the plan that we have in place, it will be at the core of any decision we make to have people return to schools. Jackson I'm intrigued and and as a parent myself and somebody who has as Chicago in who has been here for the last couple years when come to a labor stoppages and strife between the district and the Teacher's Union. I think all of us we had scratched because we we want everyone to come to the table right now we don't want this to be another political fight at the end of the day about what school looks like or what it feels like or what it is when it seems like we are in an emergency situation. So why not have? To table, why not have the teachers and whatever form at the table as part of the conversation to put the plan out in the first place. So the framework you is at the table, we meet with the Union once a week we've met with them throughout this entire process. So I just want to clarify because I think the the question insinuates that we have engaged teachers at the end of the day. When we do that, there will be times where we disagree on key points. There are things that we have agreed on and that allowed us to put put together and put out the framework. That we have in place but they have a particular point about how win the decisions should be made and they are entitled to that Just want people to know that we've been working with C..
"janice jackson" Discussed on Reset with Jenn White
"Remote learning experience for the kids in Chicago. I've said time and time again if you had asked, how long would it take to put a solid were learning program in place I would say we need a couple of years. Of course we were thrusted into this and I think that the district like many district across the country that we rose to the occasion with that said, there were some challenges we worked extremely hard on some of those things upfront whether that was distributing devices, our most recent announcement around Internet connectivity on. For. One hundred, thousand families I think that those were some pretty substantial hurdles that we were able to overcome and. I'm really proud of the district's work to do that. With that said, it is a challenge. I know that I felt like I completed fifth in eighth grade at the end of the school year just like my kids did because there were a lot of times where I had to devote a lot of time effort and energy to help them do their work because of the constraints around a remote learning setting. So with that said I, think what parents are going to see is better monitoring and accountability for putting out strong remote learning program We're only using one platform Google this is gonNA give. US visibility visibility into what's happening at the classroom level. This will allow principals to see what's happening in the classrooms and also allow parents some visibility I think the grading policy that we had in place in the spring was ahead of where a lot of districts are. We were able to keep accountability in place so that kids were motivated to do the work but attendance is another area where we have strengthened our protocols so that we can better account for students participating and remote learning. I. Don't know how you deal with the fact that this country has such digital divide and the idea. Of.
Chicago Public Schools proposes hybrid of online and in-person classes for fall
"Mayor and the Chicago Public Schools CEO of outlined the evolving plan. For schools in the fall. CPS is using what's known as the hybrid model in which students will be at home more than in class CEO Janice Jackson says K through 10 students will split time between in class and at home, and juniors and seniors will be home most of the time if a student is scheduled to learn in person on any given day before they even leave their home. They will be required to complete a health screener. We will stagger start times to minimize contact. Students will be assigned to pots or groups with no more than 15 students at a tie in these parts will stay together. Teachers and students will be required to wear a mask all day. Parents will have several chances to weigh in on the plan, and teachers are already on record opposing a return to class. The commissioner of Public Health, says the virus will dictate how this works. My Krauser News Radio, 105.9
CPS alumni call for immediate termination of police officers in Chicago public schools
"Of Ah, Let's see. They are Chicago public schools alums, and they are writing a letter. They wrote a letter to the mayor and Janice Jackson alumni for the abolition of police in schools and basically, let's just read some of it to you here. As graduates of Chicago public schools. We urge you to terminate the CPS district contract with Chicago Police Department in advance on the August 31st 2020 Deadline. So City Council was supposed to take it up again and in the summer to see if they renew it or not, but they want it done now wanted over and let's talk Tio. Let's talk to one of people was part of this who wrote this letter and as part of his group Rest E fu phone on. I hope I said that. Right? You're what did I do Okay with that Rusty You did a great job and I'm happy to be here. I'm happier on too. I mean, look, I'm one of those who believes that should be up to local principles and local schools. You are not one of those people. You want this terminated right now. You don't think police belong in the schools. And I guess explain to us your position. Why? That is So I really think that you know the money going towards funding. The contract could be used to fund better resources to create better burning environment. You know, the contract is worth $33 million. That could be funding. You know, over 300 social workers, psychologists. This position is not really a firmer evidence rather than criminalized. Um, well, I think principal could make that decision and 33 million box. It's not you can't purely be a financial argument. I don't think Rusty because 33 million bucks is a lot of money to you and me, but CPS budget of 7.7 billion. And if you think about how 33 million is distributed, I mean, look, I don't have that goes. I just understand why, if a principal and the local school council which ultimately be ideally represents the parents, the teachers, the administrators and everybody, you know the community leaders and community groups that if they all believe that you know what our school one needs a police officer What? Why wouldn't it be okay? Well, you know, you have the loc it up completely. And then you have the students who are actually going to school. Dealing with the school resource officers on the day to day basis on the fact is that most people do not feel safe. But the school resource. No district of you know, almost 89% of color and I'm 36% of students are black and on a national scale black students are 2.2 More times likely to be referred tomorrow enforcement. So kind of, you know, message that thunder students when we have the story starts off in our school. How do you know most students don't feel safe. Has there been a pole of Students. I mean, how do you? How do you know That's true? Because look, I'm sure if I went out there, you could probably find people who say that they they've had a good relationship with the police officer has been stationed in their school for 15 years. Doesn't that exist, too? Well, you are on a local level. At my side. We had a debate about the student body and other responses will be collected. You know, over 90% of students out that we should remove school officers. The 10% felt like we should keep them. They you know they were in favor of having those peasants police officers for a shooter. Situation and, you know, data showed that resource officers don't really make a difference in that situation. All right. So you're you're you mentioned what kind of cut out there for a second. But you mentioned Northside Prep College prep, which is where you went, and which is with one of the schools that is making moves to remove police officers, right? I think I saw a story about that yesterday. Maybe Yeah, you know, we believe were one of the first actually vote to not retain our school resource officers, But I guess my my pushback on that rest he would be. I mean, you've got to be a bright person because no one gets into Northside College prep. First of all, Let me just put that out there because, of course, you have to score like 99% of all the tests in order to even get we've looked at. It's Ah, It's not a school that's known for violence. I've covered crime in the city for years, and I responded to violent crimes. Many many, many times many, many, many days I went to schools. Many, many times as well. I never went to Northside College Prep, and I didn't want to Lane Tech either, which is one of the other schools you attended. Those kinds of schools may have different needs. Isn't that fair to say? That is hard to say. But I think you know whether you're at Northside or whether you're a student in the throes of Inglewood. We all believe that we should have, you know, a better learning Thio more, you know, affirming learning community one where the horses are going to, you know, dealing with trauma that we experience growing up in the city rather than you know, having Cory and criminalize criminalizing them and sort of perpetuating the school president Pipeline. Is, um Is there some way of just kind of polling schools are we are sorry students because that's what you're pointing out. You're saying it's the students who really want this? Is there some way of truly figuring this this out? What would their with their concerns are there with their poles? Are is that is that something you guys are trying to do or so left unmentioned. We pulled Northside in particular and open 90 students. 90% of students were in support on our website. GPS alumni number
"janice jackson" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"The person responsible for their education and safety is Janice Jackson CEO of Chicago public schools she is also mom to two students in those schools Janice Jackson welcome hi thanks for having me okay so Chicago's already made the call you're going to do remote learning for the remainder of this academic year how is it going how is attendance well we're we're currently tracking both student attendance and contact with our students because it's critically important that there a contact you know there's contact between teachers and students I don't think there's anything more significant than that during this time we're really proud of the program that we put in place in our efforts to distribute devices across the city but like so many other districts were dealing with the new system and there are some growing pains with that to speak to that I mean to the to the question of attendance how are you tracking that what's showing I think well first it's important to note that our process has always centered on flexibility understanding that this is unchartered territory in at these times are like no other and so what we are doing is first establishing contact with our students and families and making sure that they have the things that they need in order to access our remote learning programs but then we're doing the things that we're uniquely positioned to do as a school system so meeting those basic needs like distributing food and we have thousands of families that rely on us every single day for that making sure that there are devices there addressing the digital divide where that's an issue for many of our students and temporary living situation so great we're keeping a contact with them but also engaging them on platforms such as Google meet and others so that we can offer them high quality instruction during the day you you mentioned devices a couple times and I know it about a third of kids in Chicago didn't have personal computers when the city shut down which obviously makes it harder to do or if not impossible to do remote learning yeah do they have them now how's that going they do our goal was to distribute a hundred thousand devices we have surpassed that read about a hundred and two and we've adjusted that plan so now we're looking at distributing about a hundred and fifteen thousand devices and so far that's good we started with those that were in our inventory but also purchased another thirty thousand to support our students and families you have got something like sixty seven thousand ESL English as a second language students on your system you've got of course the disease taking a disproportionate toll on Chicago's black community do you have the resources to make sure kids in in these groups that are facing some extra challenges that they don't fall behind you know this is a large district and burst facing the same type of uncertainty that we see across the country but I've been very proud of the flexibility that that we've been able to use in our plant so again we started with those basic needs even in our remote learning plan we make sure that we wanted to A. provide additional guidance for students that are English language learners as well as our special needs students who are at home with their parents who need additional support in order to to meet their needs and so we didn't just put out a plan we train our teachers around that and we also provide a guidance for parents as well sure you do have what you need to make sure that these kids are keeping up to the to the maximum extent possible I mean I think that's a broad statement to make this this I don't think any district or city can say that they have what they need to turn on the news every day and there's a call for something but I think we're responding very quickly and ended in extremely flexible ways to many of our families I think that people see the school system as a trusted institution and they rely on us and we're serving thousands of meals a day distributing devices people are coming to us for support and resources so I think we're doing a good job responding on the support efforts and add in the city as a whole all right we thank you for your time that is Janice Jackson CEO of Chicago public schools thanks again thank you for having me today in Italy the lockdown is leading up after eight weeks of restrictions NPR Sylvia Poggioli reports that Italians are emerging from their homes cautiously discovering a new and unfamiliar world.
"janice jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Doctor Janice Jackson says recognizing the need is important she received a grant as a young minority teacher there was something that you know propelled me into teaching but also committed me to teach for number of years and I'm still in a district twenty years later so I see a lot of promise and what's being proposed here today the hope is the fellas statewide teacher shortage with home grown candidates WGN sports here's Kevin pound billion already won an MVP now yes Superbowl champions add to his resume I had two goals and I became the starting quarterback of the Kansas City Chiefs and the first goal was a window more high trophy I wanted to bring home the one that as our founders name name on I want to bring to this family in this organization and the second most important thing was to get country Superbowl trophy Patrick moms following the cheese win over the forty Niners my homes name the youngest Superbowl MVP ever chief will celebrate their first title in fifty years for the parade on Wednesday meanwhile here is forty nine as quarterback in Arlington Heights native Jimmy grapple after the game they make plays an RMA can now give them some credit you know it's just very good team right out of the game and you know they're the better team to the Superbowl lots of been released for next season she's the favorites at five to one forty Niners and ravens with the next best at eight to one the bears twenty five to one black box with a victory over Arizona Saturday night in a shoot out above is a Minnesota tomorrow night we'll have that game at six thirty balls off until Thursday and all of the Blackhawks northwestern Wildcats and white Sox baseball Kevin Powell WGN sports your money on WGN the Dow closed up one hundred forty three points today nasdaq up one twenty to the S. and P. five hundred up twenty three the volatility index of the C. B. O. we down a little over three quarters of a point crude oil center to forty nine dollars ninety eight cents down a dollar fifty eight corn down today we'd unchanged soybeans up.
"janice jackson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"CBS news update is next. It's two thirty one CBS news update. Mississippi Republican Cindy, Hyde Smith. Addressed a full house thanking the president for her victory. Over democrat challenger, Mike Espy in a runoff Senate race that caught national attention was the jungle race, but we are thrilled. Obviously that we were successful tonight. Because I think that I certainly represent the values of Mississippi. The CBS news director of elections. Anthony Silvano says they advanced to a runoff because neither one fifty percent of the vote in the general election on November sixth this runoff happened. Because back in November there were more candidates and none got over fifty percent. So it goes to what is affected round two. So here it's a one on one race between the democrat, and the Republican, you know, we saw the vote here. Maybe it ends up about ten points. Maybe a little smaller than that in single digits. But in the end Republicans keep the seat in their side. CBS news update, I'm Matt piper. WBZ news time to thirty two. Chicago public schools is defending how it handled power outages on Monday. Day after the Sunday night. Snowstorm CEO, Janice Jackson says they worked with comment and moved quickly. I think that our response has been very quick and collaboration collaboration with comment definitely helped. But I believe it's always important for students to be in school after a long holiday weekend for many of our students. That's the safest place for them to be the warmest place for them to be Jackson says only twenty of the six hundred fifty Chicago public schools lost power some parents complained. They should have been notified sooner than they were about the outages. Governor elect Jay Pritzker has revealed his new education team Pritzker is education success committee on his transition team includes co chairs lawmakers who are experts in higher read in education funding, Chicago public schools CEO Janice Jackson will also help lead the panel while we're excited about the progress that Chicago public schools has made were excited that all ties are rising. We must acknowledge the fact that not every single student in every community has access to the same education. And we. Intend to fix that. Not only in our city, but throughout the great state of Illinois Jackson expects Pritzker to support legislation to help Chicago schools deal with their sex abuse crisis and officials across.
"janice jackson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Ceo, Janice Jackson will also help lead the panel while we're excited about the progress that Chicago public schools has made we're excited that all ties are rising. We must acknowledge the fact that not every single student in every community has access to the same education and we intend to fix that. Not only in our city, but throughout the great state of Illinois Jackson expects Pritzker to support legislation to help Chicago schools deal with their sex abuse crisis and officials across the state or looking for help in repairing schools and building new ones on the west side. Craig Delamore, NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM. Some of the people who lost their homes in this. Month's deadly wildfires in northern California are getting help from an unexpected place. Southern California real estate developer in restaurant owner Bob Wilson is heading out checks totalling over one million dollars to students staff and teachers at paradise high school that's the high school in the northern California town a paradise where at least eighty eight people died in a deadly wildfire. Wilson said he was pained by the destruction of the town any thought of the donation after reading a story in the Los Angeles Times about the high school that was still left standing with the students scattered in separate from each other. He said high school was the only truly carefree time of his life and learning about the students difficulties broke, his heart. The plans to give a thousand dollars to each of the students and staff members acted. I'm Jennifer king. It was a positive day on Wall Street will check the numbers from Bloomberg next. WBZ news time six fifty two. Sorry, I'm late. I thought he left the garage open and had to drive all the way home again funny. I left mine opened at two, but I got a text from my security system, letting me.
"janice jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Wanna bang on drum all day. Thank you. Todd Rundgren nominated in the rock and Roll Hall of fame class this year along with Janice Jackson and Janet Jackson. And I don't know who else is on that list elephant junk out at you, Radiohead, Radiohead and. You have the sheet now. Me about this was so there's Todd Rundgren. Oh, this is so much fun. I'm cranking. All this Todd Rundgren music today. Todd just turns seventy oh my God. Would it kill him to be fifty nine? He's seventy Todd Rundgren is seventy years old America. Well, that was a really catchy song. I hadn't heard of before this. So you haven't heard it just randomly. I have a few of play one more play clip from one more the Todd Rundgren songs. These are some of his big hits. They are are banging on a drum all day. What have you got go? Todd Rundgren is in the class.
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"janice jackson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Today eleven to former chicago public school students today testified state legislative committee hearings about the teachers who sexually assaulted them and the school investigators who they say question their honesty when they reported the assault now so members of chicago city counsels they need to hold their own hearings into the scandals i expose by the chicago tribune wbz political editor craig delaware with the story from city hall hubert vigo's acknowledges there are several investigations and hearings underway into the way the chicago public schools handle cases of faculty and staff accused of abusing students but via who leads the city council's latino caucus says his group the women's caucus the black caucus and the progressive caucus all need answers to give their constituents we would definitely like to hear from cps janice jackson zones her leadership team we would love to hear an itchy how he plans to move forward i want to hear from him about what type of budget is he looking to ask for from cps also find out is are they going to be coming to a city council for for some revenue or some funds he says as a parent of two he'd be devastated defined there been abuse in his children's schools and parents were not informed at city hall craig delamore newsradio one one zero five point nine fm school ceo janice jackson did not appear before today's latest legislative committee the district and said since several middle managers speak for the district thousands of people assigned to chicago women's petition asking the cpa and metro to install blue lighting stations in attempt to reduce suicide petitioner kelsey be rights that a japanese study showed an eighty four percent drop in suicides once calming lights were installed she says suicides here are up and the public posting prevention hop alone has not helped she set a goal of sixteen thousand signatures on her care to petition at the petition site dot com and she's virtually there kelsey says the lights alone won't be a cure all for violence racism or sexism but it's worth a.
First human case of West Nile this year in Illinois reported
"Two two young women told state legislators today that they had been abused by chicago teachers and then filled victimized by the way school officials treated them after they came forward this this woman who testified at today's hearing says a teacher abused her while she attended walter payton college prep high school i'm here to shed light on the retraumatize ing intimidating interogations the questions of my dignity of my intent of my character after i'd been assaulted by my teacher i was shuttered into the dark felt like i was the one under investigation another victim said a teacher sent her explicit texts and solicited sex from her hearings followers chicago tribune series about students being abused by district employees and two members of chicago city council so they need to schedule their own hearings are look at the schools sex abuse scandal hubert v8's acknowledges there are several investigations and hearings underway into the way the chicago public schools handle cases of faculty and staff accused of abusing students but va who leads the city council's latino caucus says his group the women's caucus the black caucus and the progressive caucus all need answers to give their constituents we would definitely like to hear from cps janice jackson zones her leadership team we would love to hear for an issue how he plans to move forward i want to hear from him about what type of budget is he looking to ask for from cps i want also find out is are they going to be coming to the city council for for some revenue or some funds he says as a parent of two he'd be devastated defined their been abuse in his children's schools and parents were not informed at city hall craig delamore newsradio one one zero five point nine fm chicago woman is the first person in illinois to have a confirmed case of west nile virus this year the illinois department of public health says the woman in her sixties became ill in mid may last year illinois had ninety human cases of west nile including a deaths west nile virus is transmitted through the bite of a mosquito which has picked up the virus by feeding on an infected bird a month after a suburban pension board decided that a firefighters colon cancer death was job related the suburb has filed an appeal the village of buffalo grove says basically that paying a one hundred percent of salary in the line of duty death benefit is ron firefighter kevin harbor was fifty one when he died from colon cancer in january and last month the fire pension board voted to give his family full benefits saying his cancer was job related he was a very beloved firefighter he was a very important part of our community dame brag is buffalo grove village manager you hoped that he would survive this but given the situation we've not been able to find the empirical evidence that supports the additional award in other words the village says it doesn't see the link between the job and the cancer brag says harbors family should get seventy five percent of harbor salary every year which was one hundred one thousand dollars but not one hundred percent of it steve miller newsradio on one or five point nine fm naperville has approved a new animal control ordinance but stopped short of approving a ban on the sale of dogs from puppy mills rejected a proposal that would have required pet stores to offer a four year warranty on the health of dogs and cats instead it approved an ordinance that better protects pats who bark constantly or who are left outside during dangerous weather it also requires pet stores to promote microchipping and increases fines for breaking these rules animal activists had hoped and been pushing for an ordinance that prohibits pet stores from selling dogs from commercial breeders similar to one in chicago the city has been debating variations of rules governing commercial pet sales since two thousand fourteen lisa fielding newsradio on one zero five point nine fm commerce secretary wilbur ross would before lawmakers have capitol hill today to defend president trump's strategy of using tariffs to revive america's steel and aluminum industry idled steel in lumina m capacity is being restarted as we sit here in illinois ohio south carolina missouri and kentucky or at hats chair of the senate finance human he told ross the terrorists damaging the.
Jeremy Thorpe probe top reopen after police admit suspect may still be alive
"And the ad council a stunning report of child abuse in chicago public schools the shocking tribune article shows quote police investigated five hundred and twenty three reports that children were sexually assaulted or abused from two thousand eight to two thousand seventeen as an eighth grader a black magnet elementary tomorrow read told the newspaper she received texts from substitute teacher aaron williams banks telling her he wanted to have sex with her and wanted her to send naked pictures to him i went home and my mom she kept telling me wait it wasn't my fault i think that the students who were covered in this report were extremely brave chicago public schools ceo janice jackson is pledging reforms in hiring disciplinary actions and training elizabeth matthews with fox affiliate w f l d in chicago police in scottsdale arizona appear to be dealing with a serial killer they've linked the killings of two paralegals to the shooting death of a prominent forensic psychiatrist who assisted in high profile murder cases including serial killings and phoenix police in scottsdale say friday's killings of paralegals the larrea sharpen laura anderson are related to the murder of dr steven pit thousands march across new york city's brooklyn bridge to protest gun violence the rally drew thousands including the survivor from the school massacre in parkland florida eliah eastman no students you have to hide anything meets body to survive when i was that student body matter picked out of their hair after surviving but i was that student no students should have to suffer from ptsd but i am a student no citizens have to go to school thing for their lives but we all are those students the march was organized by youth over guns and there were other marches across the country and the remains of eight us military veterans stored for years in the basement of a county courthouse in texas finally are very honor.
Far-right party leader calls Nazi era a "speck of bird poop" in German history
"In chicago public schools so shocking tribune article shows quote police investigated five hundred and twenty three reports that children were sexually assaulted or abused from two thousand eight to two thousand seventeen as an eighth grader a black magnet elementary tomorrow read told the newspaper she received texts from substitute teacher aaron williams banks telling her he wanted to have sex with her and wanted her to send naked pictures to him i will home in my mom she kept telling me wait it wasn't my fault i think that the students who were covered in this report were extremely brave chicago public school co janice jackson is pledging reforms in hiring disciplinary actions and training elizabeth matthews of fox tv affiliate w f l d in chicago the co leader of the farright alternative for germany party dismisses the nazi era as a speck of bird poop in german history drawing condemnation from mainstream politicians and outrage on social media alexander gaulan degrees germans must take responsibility for twelve years of rule by adolf hitler and the nazi party but argues it's only a small part of germany's history one politician called gallons comments a slap in the face to holocaust survivors and their descendants it's a bird it's a plane or is it the cell flying vehicle known as the calmer the calmer inches currently being designed and tested in israel with keen interest and support from the israeli military but the long term plan is for production to move to the united states and for both pilotless amd piloted models to be available for military and civilian emergencies urban 'aeronautics says it hopes to be producing the calmer and here in the us by twenty twenty two the company calls it a win win for everyone israeli technology us production and potentially countless lives saved in los angeles jonathan hunt fox news i'm an carrick fox news.
"janice jackson" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Get the demons away from me fatty yelp review for that i've been yeah well that was quite a revelation revelation from pauliina really wasn't expecting that so you're these people in wisconsin they quit their real jobs this isn't a real job but they're like i dunno electricity more typical professions to go opening out pack a farm what would you do you what do you do right now i'm a teacher especially teaser god bless you you're gonna quit the special ed job and you're going to become hike in poland and probably more and what like be a tour guide tour on a tour guide okay it'd be poor and she'd be like maybe you'd be happier natured sewer guide we go but you don't do that 'cause nature tour guide isn't necessarily pay the bills you don't necessarily you know you don't know where you're gonna get your i don't know how much money you're gonna make where you go live you got benefits like no right now you have all that stuff so you just do it every day it'd be fun to be one of the guides on architecture tour boats i don't think it would be fun at all in the sun all day the same spiel you don't get to know janice jackson mike janice hey guys.
"janice jackson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Stay with us coming up on the news hour how the trump administration approaches asylum requests from women from abroad who are victims of abuse the latest on the trial of bill cosby plus how a small utah town is using the arts as an economic engine but i the chicago public school system is one of the largest in the country and historically one of the most troubled its problems and its efforts to turn things around are often watched nationally but in spite of past troubles chicago schools are reporting academic improvement now city leaders are hoping to keep things moving forward with a new boss who believes school principals are the key special correspondent kavita cardoza with our partner education week follow this report from the windy city it's for our weekly segment making the grade calling janice jackson new to anything in chicago public schools isn't quite accurate jackson has deep roots in the system starting as a toddler in head start since then i've been a student in cps a teacher a principal a district leader the one that i think is most important is that role of parent thank you in january she took over as ceo of chicago school system she recognized the importance of developing principal leaders early on the media in hollywood portrays educators as these heroic leaders and you have this one person who comes in and changes everything and i think that that can happen but it's not sustainable right i learned very quickly that it takes a team in order to be successful jackson walks through george westinghouse college prep one of the most successful high schools in the.
"janice jackson" Discussed on Reveal
"Fight to save the schools in her neighborhood wears irene down some time she feels older than 53 her job as a home healthcare aid required a lot of spending in lifting now irene battles arthritis in her niece that pain and feelings of depression keeper and bad some days jana says that's the price irene pays for what the grandkids admiringly call her fight full side has your worry that your monks going to get really tired i mean i know she's she puts a lot of work into it and so i wonder cutting these who gave tire this motivates hers dues give her strength this may kerr you know one of fight even more if anything i worry that she is gone a blow over mike he is a big me to take a break in her own apartment away from cheian n tirol's kitchen iran says she knows why they is free that when i go to jail on being on a home spray but i had to rudy talk to them and make them understand that this is something i have to do what do you do when you are very clear all was gone home what do you do you can cost you go away if she and other activists had done that the city might have gone forward with a plan to close four majority black high schools on the south side to make way for a new consolidated one that plan would have made the students who were in those schools now transferred to other struggling high schools across town and across gang boundaries when i spoke with her last fall the current schools chief janice jackson told me district officials wanted treat this situation differently than the closings in 2013 dare cps community as your ceo i have promised that your school district will listen earlier this month on twitter every shared an announcement that suggested they meant it latest even though some people sought as a way for the mayor to win political support from african americans the more we talk to you the more we heard how important it was.
"janice jackson" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Did she had some that part of the twostorey mama you recognize he sungrok your body which was the song that he showed janet jackson's breast to that's the thing a lot of people were up in arms how come he gets to be in the super bowl and she doesn't he's the one who shot an account that's that's a dumb controversy you can't say tom actually a my wife gets mad when people say the atom but what's dumbed the talking gas not immediate area uh it the thing is people forget that like janet jackson when janice jackson in justin timberlake performed at that you know she was he was than risingstar in she was the sort of legacy act it's not like janet jackson's had a ton of hits even then to now do not i mean she wasn't real and making on are you serious i mean the did has like a number of since then this a large number of very popular songs ain't lotta people getting mad at me in the race i guess out sure but so at can't stop that feeling or the minions song a suit and tie but what i'm saying is that it's not as if janet jackson's career was on the rise when that super bowl thing at and she was a legend in a she's a hall of fame recording artist but at naji was on the downslope of her career lol to your downslope of janet it is true really yes no one's let what's last janet jackson song that you can remember that came out a dozen fucking matter she's janet jackson right i'm saying but she was a legacy act but it's not as if it's not as if she was on in the top ten of life okay but i'm saying on the charts she wasn't a chart force i don't know why that matters when she's like aerosmith and run dmc because i'm saying people people are saying that that that that super bowl thing ruined her career no it ruined it ruined that she can it was it ruin.
"janice jackson" Discussed on WJR 760
"Eight seven seven 44 mitch what you think of the halftime show did you have a strong opinion about a do you understand why people are upset about him singing with or and this is one thing singing with prince and the other thing is why was he there and janet jackson wasn't eating never occur and in the brain but apparently if you remember back to the infamous performance of janice jackson janet jackson who was she was the lead the up right ain't raw she brought him out she audio announced and here reform the song with her and they had the wardrobe malfunction at the end quarter where he was supposed to idaho what are his lows epi and her in her breast and nipple was exiled and brain yes it was ray of the video queued up radio thea he will hiring people make so much at at the i was at that super bowl too and nobody there had a clue that this had happened you simply be able to break after an errant stare magnifying lenses telephoto and all that but oh this destroyed her career and justin timberlake should never have come back row without inviting heard at comeback as if justin timberlake a quick runs the super bowl why are you should also said judge justin timberlake should never have come back unless one he brought janet jackson back with him and two he got to throw at least two passes for the eagle i mean it is not charged to the show they asked him he did it what is the big deal that he even invite janet jackson how many years ago was that was two thousand four seven one case atat another team in years old why is this his problem how do people come up with were on a guy to curb heyman by the diet coke is period you know those one hundred six million people thought it had two hundred six none of the number one hundred six so timid and have you sell like up more records as a result of the first.
"janice jackson" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Bruce is just not going to happen now as far as what i saw in that performance i just saw a justin timberlake who's kind of going through the motions he wasn't dancing as hard as i've seen him dance in actual performances uh i mean that has to do with the oxygen aspect as well but it just seemed like it would have been fined seven eight years ago but not for in nfl which is trying to appeal to its hor demographic and not lose them and also try to grow the audience for years to come and i was in all in you and i were were sitting there watching as i said you know what this halftime show is not for us i'm forty eight it wasn't for me definitely one for me and it wasn't for someone who's maybe 15 years old because there's oh heartthrob fantasy for justin timberlake anymore he's married with kids now he's i i think most people think about justin timberlake and jessica beal now they're not just justin timberlake the singersongwriter dancer like i know people who know him and our fans of his performances is that he does uh with a jimmy fallon either of the tonight said that a guy like they're they're their insane rotator us i a mountain and if you've never worked in the music business there is a that fantasy aspect is very important because they're trying to appeal to the young people with the most disposable income the fifteen sixteen 17yearold girl's usually am when someone gets married we've ask i can't count how many times i will use janice jackson has a perfect example.
"janice jackson" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"Out on who comes there who out defends there who defends but uh the but huh media um matters media for matters america for america uh the uh council on the american council on american islamic islamic relations relations um um jim d jim janice jackson avenue d allowed janice jackson to avenue have you back allowed on your show to have you back on on the show my frustration on my here frustration gives here you gives know we elect trump you know we elect and trump he goes in worked and he supposedly goes in worked this supposedly came in his agenda this came in his agenda the republicans are course the republicans in are congress course the rhinos in congress they're the fighting rhinos against they're him a fighting rugby against them obamacare the road to be rugby now obamacare the taxes or whatever now the else taxes or whatever uh else he winds of losing uh he flynn winds of losing you know flynn when g you yeah know you when know g um yup you very know credit honorable very out is quiet that honorable really had out to happen if that really but had to happen good morning our i don't to me you listening to to me you you listening and to you knowing you and were going to be on the knowing show you i were put going to a call be on into the show trouble i for put about a call an hour into trouble ago for about because an he hour and nine ago because in he talked in last week mcmaster came up answered always sharing with doug and i should review with me your take on mcmaster which is very similar to yours not surprisingly anaheim i'm just wondering why in the world would trump appoint somebody that's recommended to him sabae say mccain in that group whose eyes drug recalls okello or rhino swamped dweller uh this to me is selfinflicted in alba guys running the people out there were on the original teamed good sir let creep perhaps may be in over is head he really hasn't had any experience with anything like this and the washington dc and culture is so corrupt is like a lot of i've met a lot of business people and i actually met i went on an at a meeting with one of his um national security staffers at one point and he reflected the.
"janice jackson" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"One of my feminists valentine the morning eight six six five four four by that i think we had a winner rebels verdict but when a funny honest man you guys have a lot of bad kids out there well that really i mean that move the bruin holding he said any sort of punishment and what qaeda's excited to wash dishes i know that was so tough eight a friend of mine texting in her kids trying to think of something because he's like i never really do anything bad she's like oh yeah whatever he's now making stuff up so he could call they pretend he's in trouble ford but as the here's the thing you think he's making it up but he's gauging your response to it came clean how upset would you be what are you say gauging kid uh he's after a couple can say hi to today the willing brothers and two girls name brooke in chloe and the willing brothers will no that's all about what's up folks so forty five is one of four three my famous vowed to the morning we do have the battle of the sexes coming up janice jackson the hollywood bowl i can't wait for the show because i remember seeing her tour years and years ago and she is amazing thing in live dancing and especially being at the hollywood both for this incredible the one saw the one so that china does if you have to pick one jill that you can go runaway okay kabir one song for janet jackson view nasty okay he in hot hollywood gaza stranger things start millie bobby brown has an incredible.