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WTOP

02:04 min | 3 months ago

"mark bucher" Discussed on WTOP

"Concertos attorney says he believes he convinced the jury today that his client had no role in the conspiracy A Brandon Concerta who was not involved in any conspiracy not involved in any plan to kidnap the governor He had three 35 The practice of closing off small sections of roads and turning them into outdoor dining areas really took off during the pandemic Locally and nationally as well here at home in Montgomery county the so called street read that's what their title will remain in the downtown areas of whedon Silver Spring and Bethesda through at least Labor Day Here at WTO P we wondered what do restaurants near the street areas think about them It's proven enormously successful Happy about the extension of the Norfolk avenues to read a re in downtown Bethesda Susan Lennon owner of smoke barbecue I just think it's brought a nice ambiance to the community Not excited about the extension Mark bucher the owner of medium rare which is near but not connected to the streety They're really disruptive He says it's created more traffic on side streets eliminated parking spots and made it harder for delivery drivers to get in and pick up orders So as a result a large amount of these delivery orders for these restaurants up against an estuary get canceled and the restaurant often floats the bill for it Plus he says to make way for the street to respond he had on the road outside his restaurant were removed Mike Morello WTO news The scores of Maryland's state school assessments were shocking according to one state board of education member when students returned to Maryland schools this fall from kindergarten through high school they were given assessments to see where they stood academically The data for kindergartners for example showed just 40% hit the mark for school readiness title of the kindergarten report was coming back stronger but state school board member gene Halle said we were coming back weaker not stronger You need to be shocked by these numbers Absolutely That second voice you hear is state superintendent Muhammad Chaudhry who agreed that the state has its work cut out for it I mean this is the time to get it right Kate Ryan WTO news He had three 37 and update on.

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"mark bucher" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:48 min | 3 months ago

"mark bucher" Discussed on WTOP

"Dot com This is WTO P news Pebble TLP at one 36 practice of closing off small sections of roads and turning them into outdoor dining areas really took off during the pandemic locally and nationally in fact Here at home in Montgomery county the so called street areas will remain in the downtown areas of Wheaton Silver Spring and Bethesda through at least Labor Day We wondered here at WTO P what do restaurants near the street areas think about them It's proven enormously successful Happy about the extension of the Norfolk avenues to re in downtown Bethesda Susan Lennon owner of smoke barbecue I just think it's brought a nice ambiance to the community Not excited about the extension Mark bucher the owner of medium rare which is near but not connected to this dreary They're really disruptive He says it's created more traffic on side streets eliminated parking spots and made it harder for delivery drivers to get in and pick up orders So as a result a large amount of these delivery orders for these restaurants up against an estuary get canceled and the restaurant often floats the bill for it Plus he says to make way for the street to respond he had on the road outside his restaurant were removed Mike Morello WTO news Double the TLP had one 37 It was day 7 this week on Tuesday the federal trial for four men accused of plotting to kidnap Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer At FBI informant known as big dam has been on the stand for three straight days Mike Crawford was in the court this week as defense attorneys continued to press the informant who admits the FBI gave him plans to carry out Chappell testifies the FBI instructed him to gather as many people to join the second surveillance mission weeks later In my client never went to go on a recon the two recons that they had my client was asked tried to task him to go but he didn't go Brandon concerto's attorney says.

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"mark bucher" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"mark bucher" Discussed on WTOP

"Sleep happens dot com Now 5 41 well it was another violent afternoon in east Baltimore yesterday That's where police say 7 people were shot in a single incident officers were alerted by the gunfire detection system called shot spotter on the 1300 block of north Mont Ford avenue At the scene police found four men in their 20s with gunshot wounds a few blocks away police also found a 16 year old boy who had been injured in the shooting Two other victims men in their 30s walk themselves into area hospitals after getting shot multiple times police have not announced any arrests Who will be the next Howard county chief of police Well the answer is only a few hours away County executive Calvin ball will announce his pick for chief of police and elegant city at 11 o'clock this morning Current police chief Lisa Myers announced her retirement a few weeks ago Myers is a 31 year veteran of Howard county police and she was the county's first black chief of police also the first woman to lead the department Her last day is tomorrow Well the fight against food insecurity was already raging before the pandemic and one way that a lot of people like to give back is by donating food items One area chef says however depending on what you pull from your cupboard that donation might not be as helpful as you think Chef Mark bucher with medium rare who's also behind feed the fridge which provides prepared meals for those in need says he noticed years ago that not all the food items people donate to food pantries are used So we talked to the people those items were meant for And they said we don't have.

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"mark bucher" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"mark bucher" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"French Road Route 100 eastbound accident is after a Randall Mills Boulevard. Now from garage Door repaired calm. The wf hailstorm Art seven forecast. Some spotty light showers could be coming through the area from now until 1 p.m.. We're headed up to 51 degrees. Tomorrow. Just 40 degrees and then lower thirties from Thursday on through the weekend. Next weather maker will move in Wednesday evening out Friday morning. Expect two waves of snow showers. I'm ABC seven meteorologist Veronica Johnson and the Storm. What seven Weather Center Right now. It is 27 in Vienna, 26 in Damascus, 32 at Reagan National. I'm John Matthews on 105.9 FM. Washington's mall. W M A L. NOW Washington Mornings on the mall doubles. Good Tuesday morning, five of seven year old mornings on the mall. 6 35 were joined by Sheriff Chuck Jenkins will discuss how the Biden administration's limiting ice arrests and deportations is affecting the citizens of Frederick at 705 Brian Darling joins us the layout the impeachment process today. At 7 35 Mark Bucher, the owner of medium of the medium rare restaurants in our area, the latest on how Montgomery County's Changing dining restrictions are affecting diners and those trying to serve them at 805. It's a buyer in New York with five reasons why the entire process for impeachment today is unconstitutional and in a 35, Virginia Ali's the co founder and owner of Ben's Chili Bowl, very exciting. They're gonna be part of a History channel and.

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"mark bucher" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"mark bucher" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Can watch the full of Christmas video right now. A double drama l dot com. Meanwhile, the president threatening to attack Iran if any Americans or harmed in Iraq. The top American general in the Middle East is the rocket attack on the U. S embassy in Baghdad. Sunday was the largest in the decade. President Trump Warning Iran on Twitter quote Some friendly health advice to Iran. If one American is killed, I will hold Iran responsible, think it over. Earlier This week, the Navy sent warships into the Persian Gulf for Iran to thank over that guided missile submarine USS Georgia, escorted by the cruiser's port, royal and Philippine Sea, bringing hundreds of Tomahawk cruise missiles to launch against Iran if necessary. Destroyer John Paul Jones is also in the Gulf at the Pentagon. Lucas Tomlinson Fox News. You've heard the warnings, but it only keeping some people from traveling. It's Christmas. Some 2.1 million persons living in the Washington Metro area plan to travel this holiday season. That's a decrease of almost 30%. This is time last year, but with back to back three day weekends, John Townsend with Triple A says it's too tempting for some to stay home. We're talking about a 12 Days Holiday period includes both Christmas and New Year's Day. So that's why we see so many people traveling so many traveling. It's actually driven demand and prices for gasoline. John Matthews on W. M A. L N w a l dot com and it's not just driving the T S. They says more than 1.1 Million people were screened at airport checkpoints nationwide Yesterday. It was the highest day since mid March. Despite the latest bands on indoor dining. One local restaurant owner is continuing to reach to serve the local community. Mark Bucher, owner of medium rare in D. C, but then He's in Arlington, says his restaurant is reaching out to local seniors. We see the stories of the food drives and people in their cars, getting food and boxes of food. These folks can't get to that food. So Bucher and his crew are now bringing the food to senior citizens, so the food has to come to them and being in the restaurant business in a covert world. We've gotten really good at getting food to our.

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"mark bucher" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"mark bucher" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"It's going to be a blue Christmas for many local restaurants. Montgomery County Judge last night upheld the ban on indoor dining, at least for now, turning back an argument by the restaurant Association of Maryland that there's not enough evidence. Indoor dining allows for the spread of covert 19 Judge James Bond, if inside ID with county officials who he says they're trying to protect the community, and his ruling followed similar findings yesterday by judges in both Baltimore and Prince George's county. Benefit agreed to hold another hearing next month to hear more evidence in the case. The spread of covert 19 remains unchecked across the region is the seven day average of new cases has grown from just under 5000 to nearly 6400 every day since Thanksgiving. Virginia reported it single biggest day of new cases so far yesterday, more than 4600 along with 55 deaths, with travel picking up again over the holidays. Health officials fear the spread will accelerate even further in the weeks to come the hardships for one local restaurant chain or not stopping it from distributing 3000 Christmas meals and hygiene kits to senior citizens this week. There are quiet. Keep to yourself group that is really in harm's way out there. So when we stumbled upon that Over Thanksgiving. I couldn't turn my back on it. I couldn't simply ignore it. And these folks need help. Mark Bucher, the co owner of medium rare says generous donations from diners helped to make those meals possible. Fairfax County continues to see rising numbers of residents who need food the beginning of a pandemic. We saw significant increase in the American request for emergency food. So we we had a 56% increase She should Johnson with the Fairfax County Community Resource is program says the need continues to rise with many first time request for assistance that we're hearing from a lot of people that never thought they would have had to reach out a swell as people who have reached that previously had gotten on their feet didn't need any help for a significant amount of time and had to come back for for Bruce. W. M a L A W M A L Dog home. You can forget about the White Christmas the next 24 hours and more likely to bring Has thunder, then flurries because some pretty hefty.

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"mark bucher" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"mark bucher" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Or backwards. It's the same Z E R O R E Z. Coming up on mornings on the mall. Oh, Dr Burke's is in trouble. Haven't heard from away from her for a while. And there may be a good reason for that. Also another vaccine just getting approved a 30 W well w m e l f them Woodbridge, Washington Now more than ever depend on 105.9 FM W m A l A cumulus station news Now W A bail moves that a 30 Good morning. I'm Barbara Bridge. The statue. Of another Confederate icon comes down at the request of Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, this time inside the U. S. Capitol, the statue of Robert E. Lee, taken down overnight in the early morning hours where it had stood alongside George Washington from the early 19. Hundreds, is one of two statues representing Virginia in Statuary Hall, meanwhile, also on Capitol Hill and nearly $1 trillion coronavirus aid package. About to get final approval. The measure includes stimulus checks of up to $600 is part of a larger package to fund the federal government starting Wednesday. You cannot eat inside a restaurant in DC under an executive order from D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser. Can restaurants survive in D C and Maryland We've got heated tents. You know, we keep we keep aside open 31 air moving through the town. Otherwise, it's Sometimes that have all four sides on them that airfield up. There's no difference than inside dining. We keep inside open. We keep air moving through the tents and we try to keep them warmer than the regular outside. It's not exactly being inside, but it's close. Mark Bucher is founder of medium rare. Similar measures have been taken in several Maryland counties and being battled in court. Meanwhile, concern is growing in Britain as a mutated strain of Corona virus appears to be spreading. And in Egypt. It's an outbreak of bird flu. A state of emergency declared into rural areas after infected birds were found into poultry farms in Egypt..

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"mark bucher" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"mark bucher" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And for the first family, it's no different. They're staying at the White House this year Rather than heading down to Florida. Millions of Americans have been urged to stay home this Turkey Day because of surging cases of coronavirus, the US hitting more than 12 million positive cases, plus new restrictions are in effect all across the country. For those who did head to the airport security areas have plexi glass barriers. A lot of hand sanitizer mandatory masks for all although fewer people have traveled this year, Phil million's packed up and headed out. What's his Lauren Blanchard? Many of us are not with our families this Thanksgiving. Hundreds of thousands of US troops deployed overseas aren't with theirs, either. From Togo to Timbuktu. On any given day, you confine 300,000 U. S troops deployed overseas. Acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller, a former Green Beret flew to the Middle East. And had Thanksgiving dinner with some of the 4000 troops in Bahrain, home to the U. S. Navy's fifth Fleet. The U. S is reducing its presence in Afghanistan by half, but 2500 American troops will remain after January. 15th. Down from a high since 9 11 of 100,000. US still has 800 military bases and more than 70 countries. Britain, France and Russia, By contrast, have about 30 foreign bases combined Nazis Jennifer Griffin. There are a lot of ways to prepare your Thanksgiving Turkey, and if you like yours, crime, there's a way to get it safely. Medium rare is Mark Bucher says that he'll do it for free. Obviously, I can't do it in a restaurant this year because of coded occupancy requirement. So we partnered with the nationals, which where we have a stand that spark and we're gonna be doing it at Nats Park so everyone can can separate in distance, Bucher says. The process takes about 45 minutes and they'll text you when your turkey's ready. Real these one W m a L and w m a l dot com Football fans across the area will be plowing through the turkey and stuffing early today so they can watch the burgundy and gold. Turkey is great, but I'm more of a ham guy. Alex Smith won't have to worry about that. Today. He'll be playing in his first ever Thanksgiving game with the team plays the Cowboys with first place on the line in the division Games, argues this is a big division game on the road, You know, special circumstances playing playing at Dallas on Thanksgiving. So a lot on the line. I don't think we need to look past that at all. Coach Ron Rivera is excited. I've coached in them like played in him. I've watched him as a kid. I watched him now It's more of a tradition and, you know, I'm just it's kind of cool to get the opportunity to do it. John Matthews on W..

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"mark bucher" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"mark bucher" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Seeing the individual walking towards the officer and then Hiding behind a pillar and then extending the life and charging at the officer. Absolutely. Interim Police chief Hector Valez says the officer was not wearing a body cam because he had never been issued. One cases of coronavirus continue to climb in the DC area, with the city, setting a record Sunday for its seven day average of new infections at 139. The latest wave of virus has been met with new restrictions in several places and promises to crack down with fines for those who don't follow the regulations. With tighter coronavirus restrictions back in place, Montgomery County restaurants are fighting a new to stay afloat. Innocents medium rare is down 60% from where it was at the same time last year. No business school class ever taught us how to manage your pandemic. So we have no expectations other than survival, but co founder Mark Bucher, thank's the county did what it had to when it cut indoor dining capacity from 50 to 25% last week. Patties on, Cordell was putting a tent up over its patio and installing electric heaters to try to keep outdoor seating viable As the temperature dropped. Co owner Eric Hackman to cold weather is going to kill a lot of restaurants. He hopes his will survive the winter. Heather Curtis mandible, um Ellen w e mail dot com Metro continues to look for ways to cut spending is the Corona viruses all but sidelined the transit system. Its latest move to help cut more than $176 million in spending involves offering employees eligible for retirement. An extra bonus to leave that would avoid outright layoffs and allow Metro to replace those veteran workers with younger. Yes, less expensive employees Checking your money. The Dow is up 303 points the NASDAQ up 55 up next traffic and weather. One by.

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"mark bucher" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

12:44 min | 3 years ago

"mark bucher" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"We're we'll be talking about the story that has been bubbling into the news for quite some while. And we think it's time we gave it some attention. It is a Los Angeles story technically, but with bubbling under that may occur elsewhere in California and even across the country, and we're joined by Mark Bucher, the chief executive officer of the California policy center online at their name, California policy, center dot org. Mark good evening. Good to be on. I understand that we have now some thirty thousand teachers who have been off the job all week in Los Angeles. Right. Exactly. Tell us more about this where we're told that the two sides are talking again, and a cost figure that I've heard cited isn't it has caused ninety seven million dollars. Although I'm not sure quite how they calculate that. Well, that's a that's the total cost to them based on the amount. They're losing because kids are coming to school. They get they get paid based on how many kids they have their and only about a third of the kids even showing up. During the strike now ninety seven billion is a total loss. And you gotta subtract out there. Not teachers at about forty to fifty million somewhere near fifty million dollars this week. All right now, I find it interesting that that are some kids actually showing up for school. I mean, the teachers strike, I would sort of assume everybody stayed home. Most of the schools are open with either a few. Striking or with substitutes or district personnel. So. It gives up but most the classes in art actually function. Large rules and watch. It's not. Not a lot of real education going on our school lunches being served. I guess that's one reason why some people show up for school. Yeah. So that that is also are there are there? What organized activities I don't know what you can do with large matches of kids and not enough teachers, I don't know field trips. What do you do one giant resource period? I mean, they can't just all sit around in a in a study hall someplace, I wouldn't think. That's pretty much. What's going on? They got enough teachers and Senator to actually have some classes or they put them together. And then like, you said watch movies or whatever. The district is doing everything we can to keep cool. Some people. The people L A physician about having their kids home. So it, unfortunately, it's almost like babysitting. The UCLA doing what they can to get through and belong to describe was on the more teachers, they would be able to replace teachers. But right now for this first week, it's been pretty bad. I gather that money is as is often the case one of the principal objectives. I think money is part of it. Anywhere near a as you would think. A couple of other issues we can talk about and what really set the stage for all this attentive store. That's not really very much because they're not really that far apart on what they're asking. The different offering their behalf. Percent raise retroactive two years. The district is offering six percent phased in over two years. So there is a difference. I mean, it actually comes to a few hundred million dollars. It's it's not. I think money was the only issue. This would probably been resolved class size is another issue. Right. Yeah. The class size is an issue of because. The unions will say that that's because they want kids get better education of frankly, it's because the unions more teachers. Reduce class sizes. You get more teachers need more money for. So there is definitely an issue with they're saying you size. You gotta hire more teachers and more of several other types of personnel in this era of political correctness. I would guess that no one is bothering to bring up. The fact that the overcrowded classrooms are in many cases filled with people who are technically not in this country legally. Well, yeah. There are definitely a lot of. A lot of immigrants legal or otherwise. But the league legal, of course, are an entirely different issue. If you're here illegally. That's that's not the point of what I was bringing up, but has that come up, or is that just considered verboten you cannot possibly talk about that? Right. That's that's yeah. That's not. That's not an issue though, on either side, you know, in in this situation are doing to have here, but it's certainly a burden on the system. One eight six six five O, JIMBO our number one eight six six five zero five four six two six on the Bohannon show. Mark Bucher guest is the chief executive officer of the California policy center. What is that group? Exactly. We're a think tank gets involved in issues relating to fiscal issues education education reform. Based in California. And so know the education LA or speed is were the largest districts in the country. Is it a big concern? Now what's going on there? And like, I said what I think is is behind a lot of this is that just recently in in June of last year's cream court said that union members, no longer or public employees. No longer have to be members of the union unions are now starting to get much more activist because they want show the doing something for their members started drawing, really hard lines. Pat is actually underneath what's going on. Here is the unions are saying we're gonna we're gonna show how powerful you are. So that people keep joining us because for the first time in any of their professionalize teachers don't have to be part of the teacher's union anymore. So anyhow, that's kind of an interesting thing that's going on below the surface discount. How that could be in a state that is so over. Building we democratic. I'm pretty sure I didn't miss it. California's not become a right to work state at. Well, essentially, the Republican party is not just California's we'll country scream court decision in to all the channels decision. And the supreme court said you can no longer be required to join. This is this is for for for government employees employment. Only right. All public employees, public employees. Exactly. Yeah. Obviously that ruling that applies to federal state and local employees. I didn't realize that. It actually all state employees, and which teachers are are one. And so that and the other issue that at gets discussed the not anywhere near as much as the issue of charter schools. Charter schools advocate about twenty percent of the kids. Which is interesting goes twenty percent. They're not on strike schools. Are all all functions. I just really are this week that in fact some of them had begun to join the strike did I misunderstood. That's misunderstand. That story. I've only heard Vaughn. Some charter school, and I don't even think they actually joined the strike. They went out for a day. I believe just kind of like saying. But. The vast majority of charter schools are still opening or so function functioning just exactly normally because that's why the unions are making charter schools. Such a big issue is they are not unionized for the most part. And so they don't they don't get union dues out of those teachers they've made limits on charter schools one of their key demands. And and the the district which has for the first time, I think ever approach charter majority that just one last year. So the union said we've got to do something to stop these charter schools. Even though, you know, even though they're doing a great job at educating kit. With teachers heard him teachers there's charter school turning the unions because they're not unionized teachers. One eight six six five O JIMBO, and we have a call from Andy in Butler, Pennsylvania on the Jim Bohannon show had good evening. Andy. Good evening. Jim, bo. Very interesting subject tonight. And I just wonder when the rest of the country will Colorado, the idea that all education should be done and sort of a cyber charter school should be done online. It's much cheaper that way. Because you don't have the cost of schools and buses that other things like that. Every home has adequate internet service. Andy. That could be fixed. You just go right on past that how would you fix that other than than several billion dollars worth of of infrastructure installation? Well, several billion dollars worth of Venice rocks, infrastructure installation. I agree. But that would be what you'd say for not having to have physical school buildings to be what you would say. On on everything else. Okay. What about kids who are not paying attention? But by kids are not paying attention kids who who don't log in. I mean, I can see any number of problems as this would require an awful lot of self disciplined. And I'm not sure quite how you go about that process of self discipline. Can I jump in here? Please if you would absolutely. Yeah. One of the spectacular things about charter schools that they're providing a variety of types in education, and there are already online charter schools. So now, it's not gonna work for everybody. And that's one of the problems are occurring education system is so often it's mostly a one-size-fits-all charter schools are playing all sorts of things. And one of them is exactly what the caller is talking about online. It's not gonna be for everybody. But it's great for some. So that is being pride. I don't think anyone would say you should force everybody to do it because it's not gonna work for everybody. People works. Really? Well. So so anyhow what you're suggesting is happening. And it's one of many options that our system should have said, that's the beauty. But only only an option you couldn't actually dismantle all the school buildings and have everybody do this. I don't think on top of which I'm about your what about? About about other activities sports, physical education classes, I don't see the the way in which we we totally get rid of the the physical infrastructure of the schools in this country. Right. He's one of many options. Yeah. All right. One eight six six five O, JIMBO one eight six six five zero five four six two six back with more in just a moment. It may not be stomach issues for me. It's intense gas or pain or diarrhea sometimes all at once over and over I spent years with the symptoms, but could never figure it out. No matter what I did. They never went away. So I decided to break it down for my doctor and get really specific about my symptoms. 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"mark bucher" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

07:40 min | 3 years ago

"mark bucher" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Mark Bucher chief executive officer at California policy, center dot org. As we go back to the calls. Let me just ask you, quite frankly, are we to a certain extent here talking about the fact that charter schools tend to attract more motivated students which in turn tends to attract the best teachers, and you wind up with better, teachers and better students leaving teachers and students who aren't quite up to par in the non-charter public schools, which leads to a certain amount of jealousy. You know, what's interesting. That's that's an argument that makes sense. There's actually a study done out of New York where they followed the students that didn't get into charter schools and any here's here's the thing. You gotta understand if if a charter school is a popular charter school like most of them are for it to get in. If you've got more applicants than than spaces you have to after sign by lottery. So it's totally literally the luck of the draw whether you get in or not factors movie called waiting for superman that that actually watches as we're going through this lottery, and they studied so so these students were all equally motivated they were all trying to get into the charter school. Right. And so they and it was just like I said luck of the draw who did or didn't get in. And then they measured over over a period of. About twelve years. I believe it was. What happened to those students the ones that got into the charter school? Again, exactly situated like the ones that didn't perform substantially better ended up in substantially higher. Paying jobs actually measure the economic impact of charter schools. People who tried to get in and didn't. So so the argument that they just attract more motivated students. I doesn't doesn't it? And that's the reason or overperforming is proved wrong by that study. Because like I said it was simply whether you got lucky and won the lottery. So. The the differs of reason charter schools are performing better is because they're, you know, many of them are one school run by a dedicated principal. Go isn't bound by. Entire education code all the restrictions that traditional public schools. Are they got freedom to do what their, you know, their clients? They were really look at heiresses their class because they have to attract them, and they simply provide a better education for their students. All right. Let's take a call from sue in shrinks Ville, Pennsylvania on the Jim Bohannon show. Good evening. Sue. Hi, how are you tonight? Thank you. I think this is a great topic. I'm a retiree and since I retired at the school taxes. Constitute almost a third of my income and our school board our school taxes based two point four percent last year. And so I started attending the school board meetings. Most of the time line at the school board meeting. I'm the only member of the public. They're now I have learned that it costs approximately six thousand dollars more for each charter school students than for the non charter schools too. So it does cost more and these taxes are joining us out here. So that's kind of where I'm coming from. Well, we'll go ahead. In reply, Mark. I'm I'm familiar with telephone. Yeah. So I can't say as far as the financial disparity. What's going on in the country as prizes me? Because almost all charters I've ever heard of other states, California. They get the same amount of money. In fact, generally, they get slightly less just because the way the formulas workout charter schools, don't get more money. Here in California. That's absolutely not true. They they get an average daily attendance amount, and it's based on essentially the same formula. So they're very same costs. They are not. It's one of the key aspects of the whole concept of charter schools is that they get the same amount of money that public schools do. And again, like I said, I know that for a fact here in California can't can't comment on what exactly is going on your state. All right. One eight six six five zero JIMBO to Frank in south jersey. Hello, frank. How are you fine? Thanks. I I I don't understand why they're all these school districts are pushing for charter schools. Why don't they just fix the school district instead of in my opinion starting to scam which is just going to end up somehow people are going to be getting paid off and stuff? That's a little bit of cynicism. Franken point of fact, they found a way to get around a lot of the bureaucratic problems. They're solving the problem that you're talking about here to simply say, why don't we just fix them is to say, why don't we just wave a magic wand and get rid of entrenched bureaucracy. And I don't really think it's quite that easy. Is it Mark? Well, no, first of all districts tend to oppose charter schools. They'll they'll often have a lot of trouble getting food 'cause districts don't wanna let go. All of these students. And so they're not jumping into this whole heartedly often. It takes a lot of pressure. You'll have to have unique circumstances before prove casually like as currently exists in in LA, you'll have a pro charter majority. So you have a you have a better opportunity to get school started. But you know, to to to the common Kenya, just fix the schools. I there are such entrenched. Bureaucracies there that in trying to fix it. The other earlier caller were saying, she's the only one at the school board voted the school board me, I've been mini school board meetings to speak your piece, and then you leave and nothing happened that doesn't happen at a charter school. You know, if you're upset you go to the principle that charter schools, I'm gonna pull my kid out of this school if you don't fix it. And and you're treated like a customer, it's it's just not the same with a traditional public school. At school board represents thousands of kids. So they're actually they're actually going after the very problems that Frank is talking about. So he should be there friend and not their enemy, and what are the thing? I would add is we go to the break. And that is one of the problem with public schools. Check the turnout for school board elections or school bond elections if you get twenty five percent turnout, it's chances are that there's some kind of scandal the public as advocated control of our schools, and then we complain about them. Well, where were you? When these things were being decided, we have the most decentralized school system in the entire developed world. You could go to the French ministry of education on Monday morning and say, what are the kids in French schools studying this morning regarding science he could tell you what page number of what textbook. We don't have that. Right. I should go on. I don't either. But I simply note that we have this great opportunity to control what's happening, and we just sit on our duffs and don't do it back in a moment. Now many things scare me kid vampires where werewolves children not one bit. But you know, what does scare me downtime. Inefficiency scares the living.

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05:56 min | 3 years ago

"mark bucher" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Eight six six five zero five four six two six Mark Bucher. I guess the chief executive officer of the California policy center, and we're talking about the Los Angeles teacher strike. So would it simply be a case of the the teachers union battling charter schools is that a a major impetus behind all of this. Yes. Yes. Explaining a year ago. A majority of the board of new members were elected so Jordi the board supports charter schools. Charter schools have to be approved by the board of education because they are public schools. They can't charge tuition. They have to have to be that they operate under different. Charter usually they will we talked earlier that might be an online charter school. I son actually went to a home school charter school where we were supported when we were homeschooling him. There's there's charter schools that focus on the arts on stem. You know, all sorts of. And so when that happened the the the union was feeling like okay now, there's going to be a push to creating more charter schools twenty percent right now, we're charter of the kids are educated and charter schools and an advocate charter schools are trying to push that over fifty percent. And and every, you know, every time a charter school opens, they hire teachers teachers are well paid sometimes excessive what the teachers making in the unions, but they're not unionized. So the union sees them as a as a huge threat. And so that's one of the reasons they made. Tap on charter schools key demand. And they're simply. I don't think there's any way the the majority who approach or because they see it as the best way educate kids are gonna see that man. So let me get this straight. You say there's a majority that that wishes charter schools and sees it as a better way to educate kids, but the teachers union is so locked into California state government that they can impose a cap on this just defender their own nest am I understand correctly? Their lyrics in their negotiation key from the teacher's union. Is that there'd be a cap on charter school exactly in LA? Exactly. Just Jenner the words just to cover their own behinds. I mean, I mean, they wouldn't be popular if they didn't work. I just find it remarkable that the California Public officials were so venal that in exchange for a few votes that they would shoot something like this down. I I'm I don't know. It's not easy to astound me. But this actually does. Well, yeah. I it's a very interesting thing that's going on. Because there's a lot of Democrats. California's very democrat a lot of Democrats who are strong supporters of charter schools, but most of the elected officials aren't because it's union cash that elects them. So so you have this split. And like I said just last year the people that supported charter schools managed to get school board members elected you support charter school. And and and actually the key reasons they're on strike. So it's it's quite a thing. That's playing out. It's. This all over more and more charter schools, which as you said are very very popular waiting lists to get into most charter school. So why aren't we making more of them? And that's what that's what the majority on the school board is saying we need more of these schools. They're so popular and doing such a great job of educating kids that that is very interesting. And so in other words, there is a split. We know the Democrats run the state of California. But I think what I'm hearing. You saying is that there is a split among Democrats that there are many Democrats who favor the benefits of charter schools, but that the entrenched establishment if I'm not using an incorrect description or depiction is opposed to them. Exactly. And so it's it's set up most Republicans do support charter schools. The democratic rank and file and the donor support charter schools, but because of the unions are so powerful financially in their campaign contributions. They don't and so they often they elect people who don't also which is kind of a tiny thing. I'm telling you about it. But now, there's this, you know, now now no one has to belong to the union union used to have this steady supply of cash coming in from teachers who had and now those. Those teachers have twice and so it's one of the California policy centers doing avenue, it can let teachers know they don't have to pay money to the union anymore. So anyhow. It's all it's all very interesting in kind of all intertwined, but that's what's going on here in California. Teacher strikes boast most intriguing and the status with the the charter schools is that some but not all are unionized. Are they represented by the same union as the public school teachers? Yes. I'd say it's a pretty small percentage. I don't have any sense for that. Less than ten percent of the charter school could unionized. And and the ones that are United unaware of UT LA union here, and yes, they're represented by the same. All right. Stay with us. More to come. This is an interesting look at the pilot takes behind the scene. We're talking with the Mark Bucher again. He's the chief executive officer of the California policy center there online at their name,.

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KTAR 92.3FM

05:57 min | 3 years ago

"mark bucher" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"One eight six six five zero five four six two six Mark Bucher against the chief executive officer of the California policy center. And we're talking about the Los Angeles the teachers strike, so would it simply be a case of the the teacher's union battling charter schools is that a a major impetus behind all of this. Yes. Yes. Explaining a year ago. A majority of the four. New members were elected so Georgia Board supports charter schools. Charter schools have to be approved by the board of education because they are public schools charge tuition. They have to have to be proved that they operate under different. Charter usually they will we were talking earlier that might be an online charter school. I son actually went to a home school charter school where we were supported when we were homeschooling him. There's there's charter schools that focus on the arts on stem. All sorts of things. And so when that happened the the the union was feeling like okay now, there's going to be a push to creating more charter schools twenty percent right now. Charter of the kids are educated and charter schools and advocates push that over fifty percent. And and every every charter school opens, they hire teachers teachers are well paid sometimes in excessive what the teachers are making in the union, but they're not unionized. So the union sees them as a as a huge threat. And so that's one of the reasons they made. Cap on charter schools a key demand. And they're simply. I don't think there's any way the the majority who approach are because they see it as the best way, they educate kids or concede that. So let me get this straight. You're saying there's a majority that that wishes charter schools and sees it as a better way to educate kids. But that the teachers union is so locked into California state government that they can impose a cap on this justify their own nest. Am I understand correctly? They're they're trying in their negotiation key man's from the teacher's union. Is that there'd be a cap on charter school? Exactly when LA exactly it'll just another other words just to cover their own behinds. I mean, I mean, th they wouldn't be popular if they didn't work. I just find it remarkable that the California Public officials are so venal that in exchange for a few votes that they would shoot something like this down. I I don't know. It's not easy to astound me. But this actually does. Well, yeah, it's a very interesting thing that's going on. Because there's a lot of Democrats. California's very democrat a lot of Democrats who are strong supporters of charter schools, but most of the elected officials aren't because it's union cash that elects them. So so you have this split. And like I said just last year the people supported charter schools managed to get school board members elected you support charter school. And and and that's one of the key reasons they're on strike. So it's it's it's quite a thing. That's playing out. It's. This all over Florida as more and more charter schools, which as you said are very very popular waiting lists to get into most charter school. So why aren't we making more of them? And and that's what that's what the majority on the LA school board is saying we need more of these schools that are so popular and doing a great job of educating kids that that is very interesting. And so in other words, there is a split. We know the Democrats run the state of California. But I think what I'm hearing you saying is that there's a split among Democrats that there are many Democrats who favor the benefits of charter schools, but that the entrenched establishment if I'm not using an incorrect description or depiction is opposed to them. Exactly, exactly. So it's it's set up most Republicans do support charter schools. Does that mean, the democratic rank and file and donor support charter schools, but because of the unions are so powerful financially in their campaign contributions? They don't and so they often they elect people who don't also which is a tiny thing. I'm telling you about it. But now, there's this, you know, now now no one has to belong to the union says union used to have this steady supply of cash coming in from teachers who had and now the teachers have a choice, and so it's one of these California policy centers in ever knew it can the let teachers know they don't have to pay money to the union anymore. So anyhow, those it's all it's all very interesting in kind of all intertwined, but that's what's going on here in California. Teacher strikes. Most most intriguing and the status with the the charter schools is that some but not all are unionized. Are they represented by the same union is the public school teachers? Yes. Okay. So it's a pretty small percentage. I don't have exact percentage for that. First and ten percent of the charter schools could unionized. And and the ones that are unionized unaware of UT LA is the union here. And yes, the represented by the same. All right. Stay with us. More to come. This is an interesting look at the pilot takes behind the scene. We're talking with the Mark Bucher again. He's the chief executive officer of the California policy center there online at their name,.

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12:04 min | 3 years ago

"mark bucher" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"At jimbotalks. We're gonna be talking about a story that has been bubbling into the news for quite some while. And we think it's time we gave it some attention. It is a Los Angeles story technically, but with the bubbling under that may occur elsewhere in California and even across the country, and we're joined by Mark Bucher, the chief executive officer of the California policy center online at their name, California policy, center dot org. Mark good evening. Good to be on. I understand that we have now some thirty thousand teachers who have been off the job all week in Los Angeles. Right. Exactly. Yeah. Tell us more about this where we're told that the two sides are talking again, and a cost figure that I've heard cited isn't it is caused ninety seven million dollars. Although I'm not sure quite how they calculate that. Well, that's that's a that's the the the total cost to them based on the amount. They're losing because kids aren't coming to school. They get they get paid based on how many kids they have their and only about a third of the kids. Showing up? Right now ninety seven billion is a total loss. Then you gotta subtract out there, not whole teachers that's about forty to fifty million. They've lost somewhere in the area fifty million dollars this week. All right now, I find it interesting that that are some kids actually showing up for school. I mean, there's a teachers strike, I would sort of assume everybody stayed home. Most of the schools are open with either a few issues. Striking or with substitutes or or district personnel. So. It gets up, but most of the classes they've been in. Art functioning. They're doing things like having them in large watch. It's not. Probably not a lot of real education going on our school lunches being served. I guess such one reason why some people show up for school. Yeah. So that that is is also are there are there? What organized activities I don't know what you can do with large masses of kids and not enough teachers, I don't know field trips. I don't know what what do you do one giant period? I mean, they can't just all sit around in a in a study hall someplace, I wouldn't think. That's pretty much what's going on. I mean, if they've got enough teachers and substitutes Nikkan actually have some classes or they put them together. And like, you said watch movies, or whatever they the district is doing everything to keep cool. Some people some of the people in L A physician about having their kids home. So it, unfortunately, it's almost like babysitting. You know, the utility doing what the Lord of the stripe. Goes on the more teachers, they would be able to replace teachers. But right now for this first week, it's been pretty bad. I gather that money is as is often the case one of the principal objectives. I think money is part of it. I it's not anywhere near as big of a part is you would think. There's a couple of other issues we can talk about and what really set the stage for all of this. I think is a story. It's not really very much because they're not really that far apart on what they're asking. For what the distance is offering a six and a half percent, raise retroactive two years. The district is offering six percent phased in over two years. So there there is a difference. I mean actually comes to. A million dollars. It's it's it's not. Money was the only issue this class size is another issue. Right. Yeah. The class size is an issue of because. The unions will say that that's because they want kids get better education of frankly, it's because the unions want more teachers. They reduced class sizes. You have more teachers need more money for the unions. So there is definitely an issue with they're saying you've got to raise class size me. You gotta hire more teachers and more of several other types of personnel in this era of political correctness. I would guess that no one is bothering to bring up. The fact that the overcrowded classrooms are in many cases filled with people who are technically not in this country legally. Definitely a lot of a lot of immigrants legal or otherwise in LA as well. But but the legal, of course, are an entirely different issue. If you're here legally, that's that's not the point of what I was bringing up. But as that even come up, or he's address considered verboten, you cannot possibly talk about that. Right. That's that's yeah. That's not. That's not an issue. No on either side with the you know in in this situation arguing to not have them here. But it's certainly a burden on the system. One eight six six five O, JIMBO our number one eight six six five zero five four six two six on the Bohannon show. Mark Bucher guest is the chief executive officer of the California policy center. What is that group? Exactly. We're a think tank. Gets involved in issues relating to fiscal issues education education reform based in California. And so the education Steve is we're the largest districts in the country is is a big concern. Now what's going on there? And like, I said what I think is is behind a lot of this is that just recently in June of last year's cream court said that union members, no longer or public employees. No longer have to be members of union unions are now starting to get much more activist because they wanna show they're doing something for their members sort of drawing, really hard lines, and is actually underneath what's going on. Here is the unions are saying we're gonna we're gonna show how powerful the are. So that people keep joining us because for the first time in any of their professionalize teachers don't have to be part of the teacher union anymore. So anyhow. Kind of an interesting thing that's going on this kind of below the surface. How that could be in a state that is so overwhelmingly democratic I'm pretty sure I didn't miss it. California's not become a right to work state as well. Essentially it happens Republican not just California country scream court decision in all Janice decision. And and they spring court said you can no longer be required to join. This is this is for for for government employees employment. Only right. All public employees, public employees. Exactly. Yeah. Obviously that ruling that applies to federal state and local employees. I didn't realize that. It's actually all state employees, which obviously teachers are are one. And so that and the other issue that gets discussed but not anywhere near as much as it's issue of charter schools. Charter schools educate about Kleberson of the kids, which is interesting goes twenty percent. They're not on strike schools. Raja all functions just fine. I had earlier this week that that in fact, some of them had begun to join the strike did I misunderstood that stood. Misunderstand that story. I heard Vaughn. Some charter school, and I don't even think they actually joined the strike. They went out for a day. I believe just kind of like a sympathy thing, but the vast majority of charter schools are still opening or so function functioning just exactly normally because that's why the unions are making charter schools. Such a big issue is they are not unionized for the most part. And so they don't they don't get union dues out of those teachers. So they've made limits on charter schools one of their key demands. And and the the district which has for the first time, I think ever approach majority that just one last year. So the union said we've got to do something to stop these charter schools, even though even though they're doing a great job at educating kid with teachers hurt him teachers at this charter school turning the unions because they're not unionized teachers. One eight six six five zero JIMBO, and we have a call from Andy in Butler, Pennsylvania on the Jim Bohannon show and good evening. Andy. Good evening. Jim, bo. Very interesting subject tonight. And I just wonder when the rest of the country real Colorado. The idea that all education should be done and sort of a cyber charter school should be done online. It's much cheaper that way. Because you don't have the cost of schools and bosses and other things like that. Every home has adequate internet service. Andy. That could be fixed. You just go right on past that how would you fix that other than than several billion dollars worth of of infrastructure installation? Well, several billion dollars worth administer rocks infrastructure installation. I agree. But that would be what you'd say for not having to have physical school buildings to be what you would say the cost of on everything else. Okay. What about kids who are not paying attention? But by kids are not paying attention kids who who don't log in. I mean, I can see any number of problems insists would require an awful lot of self disciplined. And I'm not sure quite how you go about that process of self discipline. Can I can I jump in here, please? If you would absolutely. One of the spectacular things about charter schools is that they're providing a variety of types in education, and there are already online charter schools. So now, it's not gonna work for everybody. And that's one of the problems are occurring education system is so often it's mostly a one size fits all charter schools are trying all sorts of things and one of them is exactly what the caller is talking about online. It's not gonna be for everybody. But it's gonna work great for some. So that is being prime. I don't think anyone would say you should force everybody to do it because it's not gonna work for everybody. But for people works really, well, so so anyhow what you're suggesting is happening. And it's one of many options that our system should have said, that's the beauty. But only only an option you couldn't actually dismantle all the school buildings and have everybody do this on top of which I brought you what about about about. Oh, other activities sports, physical education classes, I don't see the the way in which we we totally get rid of the the physical infrastructure of the schools in this country. Right. Be one of many options. Yeah. All right. One eight six six five zero JIMBO eight six six five zero five four six two six and back with more in just a moment. It may not be stomach.

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"mark bucher" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"mark bucher" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Shows seventy six percent of teachers oppose the strike. The question was about opposition to striking not union leadership. No last Mark Bucher with the California policy center says they have lawyers ready to help teachers leave UT LA we've worked so far with about four thousand union members throughout the state supreme court decision from over the summer allows public union employees to opt out of membership. Enter be reimbursed for their dues at school district headquarters. Kris Ankarlo, KFI news. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell has rejected the idea of trying to override a presidential veto. To end the shutdown a situation like this where the president in my views and the right place trying to get the right outcome is all of us have expressed with regard to border security. Of course, not McConnell says the only solution is for the president to reach a deal with the democratic house majority. Lawmakers announced yesterday they'll skip their recess for next week if the shutdown lasts and federal agencies like the FAA an IRS are preparing to call some furloughed employees back to work still without pay house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi is asked President Trump to reschedule the state of the union address until the shutdown ends. The address is scheduled for the twenty ninth. Pelosi says the homeland security secretary has designated the state of the union as a special security event requiring the full resources of the federal government Pelosi says for security reasons, Trump should postpone until the government reopens or take the old fashioned approach and submit the speech in writing and the county that was home to the states deadliest wildfire is going after genie kidneys lawsuit comes a day after Pacific Gas and electric said it's filing. For bankruptcy. That means the county's lawsuit will be consolidated with other fire related suits, the fire in paradise killed eighty six people while destroying nearly fifteen thousand homes the lawsuit claims sparked from PG any equipment ignited the fire. State officials are still investigating the cause. But the utility has said it had a problem with one of its transmission lines near where the fire started. Erin bender KFI news.

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01:54 min | 3 years ago

"mark bucher" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Shows seventy six percent of. Teachers oppose the strike. The question was about opposition to striking not union leadership. No last Mark Bucher with the California policy center says they have lawyers ready to help teachers leave UT LA we'd worked so far with about four thousand union members throughout the state supreme court decision. From over the summer allows public union employees to opt out of membership. Enter be reimbursed for their dues at school district headquarters. Kris Ankarlo, KFI news. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell has rejected the idea of trying to override a presidential veto to end the shutdown a situation like this where the president and my views on the right place. Trying to get the right outcome is all of us have expressed with regard to border security. Of course, not McConnell says the only solution is for the president to reach a deal with the democratic house majority. Lawmakers announced yesterday they'll skip their recess next week if the shutdown last federal agencies like the FAA an IRS are preparing to call some furloughed employees back to work but still without pay house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi is asked President Trump to. Reschedule the state of the union address until the shutdown ends. The address is scheduled for the twenty ninth. Pelosi says the homeland security secretary has designated the state of the union as a special security event requiring the full resources of the federal government Pelosi says for security reasons, Trump should postpone until the government reopens or take the old fashioned approach and submit this speech, and writing and that county that was home to the states deadliest wildfire is going after PGE kidneys lawsuit comes a day after Pacific Gas and electric said it's filing for bankruptcy. That means the county's lawsuit will be consolidated with other fire related suits, the fire in and around paradise killed eighty six people while destroying nearly fifteen thousand homes the lawsuit claims the sparked from PG any equipment ignited the fire. State officials are still investigating the cause. But the utility has said it had a problem with one of its transmission lines near where the fire.

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KFI AM 640

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"mark bucher" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Reasonable class size reduction reasonable improvements around nurses, counselors, etc. Less than a third of students in this school district showed up yesterday in downtown LA. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news in into union policy group is used. The teachers strike in LA to guide teachers along an exit route from the union, Mark Bucher, wishy, California policy center says his group has surveyed teachers about leaving the union since the supreme court ruling last summer that roughly a third of the teachers if they know about their rights under the canisters Asian last year. Are interested in exercising. You've got twenty to thirty percent. That are pretty interesting. Those numbers contrast with mass demonstrations yesterday and today, we're at least twenty thousand teachers rallied in support of the strike and the union Bucher says his group has lawyers ready to help teachers who want to leave the LAPD has flown. It's drone for the first time situation put officers at a disadvantage they needed to know if the guy they were looking for was hiding behind a door, and that's what deputy chief horse. Frank got a call asking the fly. The DRO had no doubt at all making that call to authorize the use of this device. Break says the drone helped officers safely. Bring the situation to an end last week. Now chief Moore is releasing the footage. I also wanted to demonstrate transparency that this is the first time we've used it the programs about halfway through a one year pilot at LAPD headquarters, Chris ancarlo, KFI news, Volkswagen and Ford they're forming a global alliance to develop commercial vans in medians medium sized pickups. The two companies are also exploring the possibility of working together on battery powered or autonomous cars. The first jointly developed cars and trucks could hit the market as early as twenty twenty two traffic.

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