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"los alamitos unified school district" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

07:36 min | 6 months ago

"los alamitos unified school district" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Where is the charters? They could pivot you know they could open. If they might have a case of school, they could quickly close and go to remote learning. They could pin it back. You know the schools have been open. Most of the charters have been open without any issues. And I know several of them are not socially distancing. They're not doing all these things that the unions insists have to be done. And so You're a big threat to the pup district. Won't marry. What we want to do is we do want to get around to talk about critical race theory. But we've got a caller who would who's called in Who'd like to ask you a question if you don't mind, and it's Linda from Burbank, and I'm going to bring in Linda to ask her question. And then in the Mary, I'd like you to respond. Course. Here's Linda. Linda, are you there? Yeah, it's not so much a question I heard earlier this week. They're, um the L. A teacher's union are pro Palestine. And People. I think people would want to take their kids out of the L. A unified city schools put them in charter schools or private schools. Okay. I'm going to characterize your thank you so much for your call Linda. I'm gonna characterize the question. Mary. How far are these teachers associations going in injecting politics into the school curriculum? Yeah, that's that's a big concern. It's a big concern all over, but I think one of the concerns and I have heard about this issue with Ella USC in Los Angeles with a pro Palestine think people are wondering why they're so busy talking about that when they don't have their kids in school. Let's talk about educating kids. Why, Why are we getting into politics? Yeah, very, very interesting. Tell us a little bit. About what? How you're dealing with this critical race theory, and I want to mention Before you respond. I do publish California Political review online and we got a comment a few days ago from a fella named Christopher Errand. Who identified himself as a member of the Paso Robles Joint Unified School District, and he wanted to share that there's a real strong push in his district. To try and bring in, uh Critical race theory under the rubric Of ethnic studies. But he's saying that as they look at it that there's some serious problems with this so called C R T. One of them deals with what he referred to his hindsight bias. Which is applying the knowledge and morals of today to pass judgment on historic persons, and what he said in his comment was and he's a you know, colleague of years and that he's you know, he's an education leader. That he believes historic events must be studied in their historic context, and that the problem with critical race theory is that it doesn't do that. It's more ideological, and it's not based on Concept of non discrimination is expressed a well by Martin Luther King. What do you have to say about that? I absolutely agree with him. He's absolutely right, you know? And it you know, CRT is is in the ethnic studies. There's no doubt and yes, they're they're not looking at, you know, true history. They are changing it. And there's so much concern all over the state and all over the country. Um, it's It's It's amazing what is going on at this moment with all of that, and how it just it seems to come so quickly and spreading so quickly. You know, we see a lot of good things going on throughout the country. We see some states that air vent. Are actively fighting it. I just on my own district here, which I consider pretty conservative District Los Alamitos Unified School District. They passed ethnic studies course as an elective, and it was a 50 votes. It's just unfathomable to me that all five trips he's voted for that. But you're seeing that and I'm not sure why You're seeing that in so many district, but we we clearly at the county were fighting it and I must account And we can't take the curriculum. We can't tell schools open, but we feel that the county that our role is to serve in a leadership role. And so we were the only government agency or the first two to Governor Newsome to reopen the school's back in August. We also now are preparing to have critical race theory. Expert forums and this will get national attention and we're working with national people. We will have next speakers. The two forms will take place at the end, one of the end of July and one of the end of August, and that will provide all of the local district in California in Orange County and beyond critical information from experts and There. It will be invaluable to attend these. And by next week we will be voting at the county are meeting is next Wednesday on exact dates and you can go on our website O C d Gotta Nothing. People to come in person as well as to come in virtually and afterwards. We're hoping that California Policy Center will put out a white paper so that this information can be shared. It was something that they did for after the reopen the school forum and we're known for having these forums. We had one on common core. Back in the day we had one on the comprehensive sexual education. We had one on reopen the schools in our real been the school's like Went to It's all over the country who used that data to take to their own district leadership and say, Look at what the information and more and more the information we came out with last July when we voted to reopen schools has proven to be true that Children are very low risk, and we never should have closed the schools and so much more damage has been done to these Children. As a result of school closures from the port distance learning to the mental illness to people being abused. You know, so many things have come to be so with a critical race theory. I totally agree. It's a huge problem. Ah lot of district's are not saying what it really is. We know what it really is, and we're going to get to the bottom of it, and we're going to provide great information and, like I say, it will get in. I can follow up with you and give you the date so you can get them out to your community of listeners. But I think some very excellent information will be provided their attack. Well, we want to thank you very much. Marie for joining us. We're towards the end of the segment. Now. How could listeners get in contact with you? It's so easy. It's my name. My name is Mary Barkey Mary with a nice barking with unique and it's just Mary and they are I at Mary Barkey dot com. So that's Mary with a nice, but he wasn't a very simple Well, thank you for doing the work that you're doing. I know that it's not easy. I know that it that it comes with lots of criticism on duh and in a lot of cases, unfair criticism But you're really standing up for education. You're sticking your neck out. And God bless you. And thank you very much for working to help to reform California. Well done. We're on our way out of the segment. You want toe talk a little bit about our our song out..

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"los alamitos unified school district" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"los alamitos unified school district" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"7 22. It is balanced out in the morning. This is one of 43. Maya. Dammit. Traditional Halloween will not be allowed in l a county this year because the pandemic Oh, man, I knew this is common. New guidelines released by Health officials do not allow for door to door trick or treating officials say it would be too hard to maintain social distancing trunk or treating where kids collect treats by going car to car. We'll also be banned. You mean number drive through events across the lake where kids remain in their cars and go through an area with Halloween displays. Have the police that I guess we have to rely on our better angels to make something like that happened. Just one more thing for kids to have to deal with with distance learning, and I realized it I knew something was coming was on the horizon. We can all see it. I just don't think about it. Barrier head in the sand, But for a lot of kids, it's going to be incredibly impactful. It's disappointing. Yesterday, the Los Alamitos Unified School District became the first in Orange County to reopen some of its schools to in person instruction. Six elementary schools in the district were able to welcome back students after being granted a waiver from the state or its county could be allowed to reopen all schools for in person instructions to turn 20 seconds from my way once again. The only thing ever. It was l a county So we don't have a San Martino, Riverside OSI. Other counties were responding. Ventura County. I don't know yet. We're all coming out there to your county's Yes, we're gonna have to buy some extra bags of candy photo help. People always hate somebody the buses in kids into their neighbour to something like that. Which isn't really sure whatever. So we all just get a big old caravan head TOC. We heard you got the full size candy bars. The Clippers New Inglewood Basketball and Entertainment Center has received final approval from the City Council. Big instruction next Summer 1.2 billion World class campus. We'll include an 18,000 see basketball arena. A team practice facility in a large space for live entertainment. Wow. We're building some stuff. And who knows? We're all sitting in these things together, you know? Coming up next. Is there an urban legend about your hometown? Something called the thin man. Was in Kevin's hometown. There was a guy that lived nobody ever saw him, but he lived at the end of his old dirt road, gravelly road. There was an old house down there. I don't even think anybody lived in there. But they're the rumor was the urban legend was That he was a thin man with fins instead of hands. No matter and men. He lived at the end of gravelly road. Yes. You know when he didn't have, like, gills or anything, Just finish that fence. Yeah, And that was it. Like just his hands were friends. Correct? Okay? Every now and then, when he looked out in your swimming pool in the backyard at a dark night, you see Finn mad swimming through pool after pool splashing around. Then he'd walk back down the gravelly road. Complaining about the gravel out his fins as you walked All right. So if you got something about your hometown texting 314 threesome, urban.

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