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"massachusetts high school" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"massachusetts high school" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"J in there. Also, I'm told that ancient life Oil is the sponsor of today's sex ed report. But what in some countries, teachers abused their students in America. Teachers seduce their students. All right, boys and girls. It's time once again for the national Sex Head report last alright for time to time on this show. We have documented the strange relationship. Between some teachers and students in a post social media age, we've noticed and, you know, we just pay attention to this. You know, You don't want your teacher doing that with the kids, right? That's horrible. Well, it turns out there are a couple incidents this week. People may want to focus on if they're curious about what's going on in our public schools, For example, in Massachusetts High school science teacher is now on leave after he distributed A six survey to his students now granted, they're not third graders. This is an 11th grade anatomy class anatomy, you say, and the teacher Eric Jackson. Decided to send out what they called a Racy questionnaire. Well, what sort of thing was on the racing question? One of the parents said I was just appalled when I saw this. I couldn't believe it. I cannot believe this came from a teacher. The questionnaire Which the teacher says was taken from a sex educators website. Not that you know that's an excuse asked students to raid on a scale of 0 to 4. How much they identify with a series of statements about sex. Okay. All right. Um, and some of the softer things were like, just have someone smells can be a turn on or certain hormonal changes. Definitely increase my sexual arousal. I'm sorry. The teacher asked the students to fill out a questionnaire that talked about how sexually aroused they worry about different things, and these would be most generally 16 year olds. Support. The teacher wanted to know which things got 16 year olds horny. Oh, Oh, I see where you're headed. Niall. This dude.

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"massachusetts high school" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"massachusetts high school" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"It was a year ago on June 1st that we all saw the U. S. Park Police clear Black lives matter. Demonstrators out of Lafayette Park across from the White House followed a short time later by video of President Trump walking to the park for that famous photo op, holding a Bible in front of a church. Well. The official report on that incident was released yesterday and it concludes the decision to clear the demonstrators had nothing to do with the photo op. It was done so that the security fence could be installed. Timeline shows The plan to install defense was underway several hours before the park. Police knew the president was headed there and the park Police knew nothing about the Bible photo, so a big chunk of the media Thought that it was all Trump's fault. Got it wrong. Trump is vindicated. And on Fox Sean Hannity was triumphant as he slammed the now debunked headlines. Remember these fake news headlines last summer NPR Peaceful protesters tear gas to clear the way for Trump Church photo op. NEW YORK TOILET Paper Times quote How Trump's idea for a photo op led to havoc in a park and his guests tacos Mark Levin agreed completely that The New York Times just Lied outright. They covered up the Holocaust. Of course, they're going to lie about what took place in Lafayette Park, and he quoted with candidate Joe Biden said at the time when Americans peacefully protest outside the White House, this president tear guest and for a photo op. Liar. So there you have to conservatives. It doesn't get more conservative than Hannity and live in saying the mainstream media. Got it wrong and Biden got it wrong and who got it right? The impartial inspector general for the Department of the Interior. It occurs to me. This is the exact type of independent investigation that the House approved for the January 6th attack. This tells me there's a chance that it too might completely vindicate Trump. Imagine how much trouble the mainstream media would be. And then So here's my idea for getting Republicans to support that the inspector general who led the Lafayette Park investigation the investigation that left Hannity and live in deliriously joyful is a career official by the name of Mark Lee Green Black. He was appointed by Trump two years ago and confirmed it a voice vote utterly UN controversial. Put him in charge of the January 6th investigation. How could handle he be against that? How could trump be against that? He appointed the guy. So that's my idea. And if that doesn't get Republican support Then they must have something to hide. 7 38. The Daily dose of kindness now sponsored by Heritage Home Craft, a Massachusetts High school graduate, is heading to Harvard University. But before she starts her college career, she's giving a gift to her fellow graduating class. CBS is Nikki Batiste has the story as the class speaker at her Massachusetts high school graduation. To to to earned a standing ovation. Every immigrant child, you can make it, but it's what she did next that had the crowd in all after winning a $40,000 scholarship. Sorry again for interrupting. The 17 year old gave it away. I am so very grateful for this. But I also know that I am not the one who needs us. The most is heading to Harvard. This fall on a full scholarship, but she could have used the money for expenses. What was it that made you think? Want to give $40,000.

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"massachusetts high school" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"massachusetts high school" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Globally. Encryption also allows the criminals to operate in the same safe, secure environment, hiding their communications and a cloak of secrecy. Suzanne Turner agent in charge of the FBI, San Diego Field office, vice President Harris is in Mexico meeting with the country's president. We have a shared interest. What is happening in terms of narcotics and the trafficking of narcotics. We spoke about that in many ways, including specifically about our shared concern about fentanyl. This is ABC News. A former Olympian, has been charged with defrauding the small Business Administration. Luca Classic, was a Slovenian figure skater who competed in the 1992 Winter Olympics. More recently, he has owned an event management company that stages ice themed amusement parks around the world. Beginning last July Classics company received more than $1.5 million in pandemic loans. His bank froze the money over suspicious transactions, and federal prosecutors said Classic tried to gain access to it by forging a letter from the small Business Administration. He's charged with bank fraud and identity theft and was arrested in Manhattan before a scheduled flight to Istanbul. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New York, A Massachusetts high School graduate has turned down of $40,000 scholarship from her school, saying that she's not the one who needs it. Most. Verdi Teta made that announcement during the Fitchburg graduation ceremony class of 2021. Be resilient because you will make your dreams and aspirations a reality. I'm Mark Remillard, ABC News Get out as an Australian. I'm a croc.

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"massachusetts high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"massachusetts high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I think the myth of Royal serial killer is Aziz biggest. It is because Chief of police of the 11th largest police department in the country. Is a suspect. E can't say you don't know, because if I say it on the wind up dead, Do you want to start with How this entire thing started. It was a sex party. If you're not knowledgeable about Suffolk County, do you think it's the happens? It's not. It's the Amityville Horror. One night, Some woman came screaming out of there and was running with no shoes on. It's been 10 years since 11 bodies were found on Long Island. The case is still unsolved. We want to know why I'm Alexis Linkletter. I'm Billy Jensen from idea and joke Productions, a new seven part podcast that tells the untold story of the Long Island serial sponsored by Catalyst Mortgage Now trending on the KFBK. Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neil. California has decided to wait until June 15th to implement the CDC guideline to remove mass for vaccinated people indoors and outdoors. And while reaction is still coming into the governor's may revise budget, we are going to talk with Jessica Milan Patterson, She's chairwoman of the California Republican Party. And she first addressed California's response to the CDC guidelines on masks. It's so clear to me, Kitty. The science just has not matter to this governor. And now we have these guidelines from the CDC that says the masks are not necessary for those that have been vaccinated. Stead of Putting Californians first and saying We should be following along with these guidelines, these guidelines that he has claimed to have guide us over the last year. They're waiting another month. It is absolutely ridiculous. It is not fair to California and it's not in player. It's not fair to employers or parents or students. This governor should release us from this mandate of masks for those that have been vaccinated in terms of the budget Governor Newsome pledging to invest $2.7 billion to fund transitional kindergarten in California public schools, basically creating a new grade. Refer to this now as the recall response tour and you know, each day he was coming out with something. You talk about education and the way he wants to quote unquote re imagine. Education. This guy can't even get our high schoolers backed it in person, full time school because he is unwilling to stand up to the teachers union. He wants to create an entire new grade. Well, you'll notice that he didn't include in his huge increase on the education budget is giving Students and parents a choice Ah, choice to send their kids to in person, private school full time like he has sent his Children to since the fall. This is just another way for him to bow down to the teachers unions to not stand up to them so not truly fight for Californians, Children who have been left behind and have been completely failed by remote learning because of the decisions he has made over the last year. It's an absolute joke when he tries to look it up. And tell us he's fighting for students because it's so clear that not one decision he made this past year was in the best interest of California students. In fact, he proved that as soon as he said his kids, too, in person, private school And given her Newsome Thursday proposed adding 1.5 billion to a program providing grants of up to 25,000 to small businesses harmed by the pandemic. Patterson's response I think that he is trying to fix a Mary out of problems that he caused himself almost 20,000 businesses. Small businesses had to close permanently this last year. We have an additional 15,000, but they're just hanging on by a string. All of the problems that have been caused among small businesses have been caused by this governor and this government get out of the way. If you want California businesses, too. Drive here in California and to be quite frank by getting out of the way. I mean, we need a new governor, someone who truly cares about small businesses and their employees. Get in. That is Jessica Milan Patterson. She is the chairwoman of the California Republican Party, and we'll have more from her posted online. If you'd like to hear more of the conversation. Oh, in about 20 minutes or so, on news, 93.1 kfbk Afternoon news. Dana has now we've got traffic and weather together the traffic center. Hey, thank you. Yeah, I was listening intently. You gotta company brought to you by the grocery. This Thailand Stone right now. Downtown of the split gonna be about 10 minutes, He's found Camp City. So Uh, he's not bad again for this time of day Split to Roseville. Also not bad. Nine minutes as you make your way to Douglass Boulevard going out to L Grove south on I five his 11 minutes, and it's still 11 minutes on 99 as well. If you're going to Folsom 21 minutes here again, we had to clear up an accident earlier. 59th street and Traffic is still kind of rebounding from that westbound. We have a report of an accident, a zinfandel. Going to Woodland 16 minutes north down by five..

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Massachusetts school cancels classes after teachers get second COVID shot

WBUR Programming

00:11 sec | 1 year ago

Massachusetts school cancels classes after teachers get second COVID shot

"Schools before. in the Is South. that what All you're Royal saying? Stian District Precisely, are closed today Yes. because many teachers were not feeling Okay, So well with after their that second in Corona mind, virus we know vaccination that we're seeing more more cases than 100, identified teachers in and schools. staff got their We second also know dose that Saturday. the majority of the

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Pool Testing Shows 0.76% COVID Positivity Rate In Massachusetts Schools

WBZ Afternoon News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Pool Testing Shows 0.76% COVID Positivity Rate In Massachusetts Schools

"And housing data collected from its statewide pooled testing initiative in schools. Finds low positivity rates among students and staff. The program was first launched in February. It's available free to every Massachusetts public school. The positivity rate far less than 1%, says the Baker administration, which says schools have tested nearly 100 and 59,000 individuals in more than 22,000 different pools. With the positivity rate of 0.76% more than 1000 schools are enrolled in the pool testing initiative more than 329,000 students, educators and staff l. It'll. It'll be tested on a weekly basis. As more Americans

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Massachusetts lawmakers push for mandatory genocide education in schools after football team used offensive language for play calls

ABC News Perspective

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Massachusetts lawmakers push for mandatory genocide education in schools after football team used offensive language for play calls

"Of the Ducks, very high school football coach for allowing the use of anti Semitic language for play Calling. Senate president Karen Spilka is pushing for the Senate to once again passed legislation requiring Massachusetts School District's to teach the history of genocide. WBZ Czart Cohen reports Massachusetts Senate president Karen Spilka was clearly incensed after learning that duck's very high school football coach Dave Memory on allowed the team to use Anti Semitic language to call plays during games as a Jew who lost family at Auschwitz. A daughter of a World War two veteran, I find the news about the deck spree football team appalling, she tweeted. Spilka says she wants this to be more than just a teachable moment. We need sustained increased education among administrators, educators, coaches, officials, referees and students, so that this never happens again. Bill requiring school District's to include the history of genocide in middle and high school curricula failed to make it to the governor's desk last year. Spilka says the Senate is likely to pass it again this year. Man, House Speaker Ronald Mariano says he looks forward to discussing it.

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Boston Among Dozens of Massachusetts School Districts Delaying Return to Classrooms

WBZ Midday News

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Boston Among Dozens of Massachusetts School Districts Delaying Return to Classrooms

"To delay full time in person elementary school learning, making the request. Pushed back the start until April 26 So far, the states approved 58 requests for delayed learning, including a request from Brockton Public schools. Six Waiver requests have been denied. The others are being reviewed. Those include Boston and Worcester Without waivers, elementary schools in Massachusetts will be required to have full time in person instruction. Five days a week. Starting on Monday. April 5th. Not everyone wants Boston to get a waiver. In fact, there's a petition started on change dot or calling for the waiver to be rejected by Commissioner Riley. The petition says they research and Massachusetts medical community overwhelmingly supported returned to full in person learning. Those families who choose it and goes on to say granting a waiver to BPS, the state's largest urban school district would constitute another significant failure of care to Boston's Children. Today is national Equal

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CDC expected to reduce social distancing recommendation for schools based on Massachusetts study

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

CDC expected to reduce social distancing recommendation for schools based on Massachusetts study

"Expected to switch gears and in a matter of days recommend less physical distancing in schools that switched in person learning. The agency has been considering a study from Massachusetts about this. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe spoke with one of the authors. The findings of the study suggests that three ft of distancing in classrooms is Justus good as six FT as long as students and staff were wearing masks co author Dr Weston Branch. Women of Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital says researchers compared infection rates between Massachusetts schools that required three FT of distancing and those that required six FT. Here's what they found no statistical difference and no significant difference. Doctor Element says The study shows that kids should not be kept out of school because of the distancing issue. We can bring students and staff at the classroom safely with three FT of distance, and that's a really exciting and important finding, because it's far more feasible for many school district's to bring students back at Three ft than six FT Him Tom, a. Cliff WBZ, Boston's news radio, and we

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Covid-19: Rapid tests for asymptomatic students to be rolled out

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Covid-19: Rapid tests for asymptomatic students to be rolled out

"Is is grouping grouping together together Cove. Cove. It It 19 19 tests tests results results from from school school kids kids a a technique technique meant meant to to streamline streamline and and reduce reduce the the cost cost of testing. Watertown Public schools and a few others, including Wellesley, have been using weekly pull testing to test asymptomatic students and staff and evolves, mixing several samples together in a tube to be sent for testing rather than testing individuals, Watertown superintendent explains nurses there perform quick painless No swaps results are quick. If a pool is positive, the school calls each person It has them getting individual rapid test first thing the next morning of another positive results, they enclose contacts will quarantine allowing all others to return to school pool testing allows a lot of people to get tested in a cost effective way. Watertown administrators believe along with preventative measures, it's the reason kids have been able to stay in school even as community covert rates, Serge That's W S XT. Boston's Christine McCarthy reporting. Officials plan to expand pool testing toe all Massachusetts schools. Health experts

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Flu vaccine requirement for Massachusetts school students extended

WBZ Afternoon News

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Flu vaccine requirement for Massachusetts school students extended

"Students across Massachusetts will have some more time to get their flu shots. State health officials announced over the summer that all of the students in younger grades K through 12 college students from pretty much every kid over six months. We need to get a flu shot students will now have until the end of February to get vaccinated for the school year. Health experts say it is necessary. However, some parents have protested the

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Boston - 482 At Massachusetts Schools Test Positive For COVID-19 In Last Week

WBZ Midday News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - 482 At Massachusetts Schools Test Positive For COVID-19 In Last Week

"New covert 19 cases among students and staff in Massachusetts schools in the last week, the latest data coming from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education District's reported 276 cases among students and 206 among staff members. In schools between November 19th and 25th schools are not required to report positive cases to the state since September 24th When the weekly release of data started, 1608 students and 1033 staff have tested positive.

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Boston - COVID-19 Testing Coming To 134 Massachusetts School Districts

WBZ Overnight News

02:15 min | 1 year ago

Boston - COVID-19 Testing Coming To 134 Massachusetts School Districts

"Testing is coming for 134 school districts around the state. Here's WBZ TV S Michael across schools in the program will start getting their testing kits early next month. Parent has to give the school permission if they want their child tested. I think at this at this rate that we're going, I think any precaution is good. Newton Mom, Michelle Darken is all four schools being able to test students and staff for covert 19 to keep my kids healthy and to keep other kids healthy, absolutely doing a heartbeat. Newton is one of 134 District's Charter schools and collaborative in phase one of a school testing program through the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. This is a voluntary initiative would test kits provided to schools at no cost. And designed helps schools continue to provide in person instruction about two million Abbott by next now, rapid tests were given to the state from the federal government. The short swab tests will be done by a school nurse over a med tech and on Lee be used on students and staff with symptoms and people they've come in contact with the test kits will be sent out to chosen schools in early December by testing students and teachers and getting results within minutes. We will be able to identify infected individuals and their close close contacts more quickly and to help stop the spread. The district's chosen are all either providing in person learning using a hybrid model or offering in person services for high need. Students. Governor Charlie Baker says the test is quick and very effective. We're going to collect a lot of data on these on a fairly short period of time, and this is a step in the right direction, but it still isn't enough. The Massachusetts teach This association would like to see the program expand quickly to allow for regular testing in all schools. The governor's measures are reactive. We're calling for Proactiv frequent measures, including testing asymptomatic people so that we can catch the virus before it goes out of control. The governor says The bionics now test they'll be using has not been approved yet by the FDA. Four asymptomatic testing Other school districts will get testing kits and other phases of the program, the governor's

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"massachusetts high school" Discussed on Trina Talk

Trina Talk

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"massachusetts high school" Discussed on Trina Talk

"Welcome to Trina talk. Thank you Trina. I'm so glad that you are hosting me today, you know, I am glad to have you and I'm very curious because I am one of the people who has a teenager that so we'll be going off to college and that's something that you do as far as helping dog. People your high schoolers and parents and early people starting their their careers you help them. So why don't you give me a background on who you are and how you come back to the place where you are today? Sure. I quick kind of highlight or overview as to what I am is I am an educator and a counselor with over 20 years of experience and worked in a variety of educational settings ranging from a Charter High School to a traditional public school private high school as a college counselor of work with home school students. I have a private practice and I'm license and social work with the state of Texas and I've helped students and families navigate the very confusing Waters of the college admissions process and I visited over two hundred colleges and universities and the students of the families that I've thought. Herbed have been able to win over 15 million dollars in scholarships. That's kind of me in a nutshell. I love what do. It's it's a it's a very rewarding career field and off LinkedIn as my students. Find me all these years later. It really makes me feel old because I've been doing this for a while, but it's a lot of fun and and is definitely something that's needed. It. Definitely is. Yes. In terms of how I've come to how did I come to this career? I feel like my career selected me. I am a first-generation college student and there were a lot of things they had to figure out on my own. I knew from my upbringing that college was what was next After High School. However, we really never talked about how we would pay for college. And so I knew that I.

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Boston - State Report Shows 63 Students, 34 School Staff Members Tested Positive For Coronavirus In A Week

WBZ Midday News

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - State Report Shows 63 Students, 34 School Staff Members Tested Positive For Coronavirus In A Week

"And the state of Massachusetts has just released a weekly update on Corona virus cases in Massachusetts schools In the final week of September, 63 students and 34 staff members tested positive for Koven 19. This is for both in person and hybrid, learning again that report just

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"massachusetts high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"massachusetts high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Was found where the shooting took place. An officer was treated by AMs and taken to the hospital, but just as a precaution. And Kingston, James RoHaas W B Z Boston's NewsRadio 11 022 Parents in their teens are facing charges after hosting a big party. That forced to high school, too abruptly switch to remote learning this new school year. Officials had Lincoln Sudbury regional high were planning on starting with a hybrid model. But then they had to change the plan after police busted the party just days. Before the semester began. No word yet on what the charges are. The school is slated to return to hybrid teaching. September 29th after two weeks of quarantining Like it or hate it changes coming to Massachusetts highways. New highway exit numbers will be going up starting up next month. These new signs will be based on mileage Now it is logical, but if you grew up here That's going to take an adjustment. NAFTA starts with route 1 40 next month between New Bedford and taunted all the numbers. Most of them are going to be changing. We'll run down some of those numbers for you a little bit later on, but 11 03 traffic on the threes. Kevin Brennen's Got it. The Subaru retailers of New England all will drive traffic on the threes. I'm not sure I'm ready for these numerical changes. Neither reminds me 20 some odd years to learn these exit numbers. So anyway, another 20 years. Maybe we'll see how that goes. All right. Laurie were watching a couple situation south of town here. First of all rude. Three. South bound. Expect heavy exiting delays here to Union Street in Braintree. You got police activity in a medical emergency down in that union Street rotary jamming things up over in Milton. It's Blue Hill Avenue delays both directions approaching the work zone here at Brush Hill Road. Down in Middleborough for 95 north bound tap of the breaks through the workers here at Exit three. That's route 28 in that middle borough stretch. And if you're leaving the Cape again today, Route six westbound over a mile back up in a road work before exit one heading towards the SAG Amore bridge that downtown more actually over in Cambridge Memorial Drive eastbound Still, that right lanes taken for police activity at the Longfellow Bridge had some earlier issues on that bridge itself. Storrow Drive is all leased out downtown Boston. But if you're leaving the city they come bridge 93 North bound watch out for a crash reported after the ramp to the Tobin Bridge right now. Kevin Brennan. W B Z is traffic on the threes are Kevin. Thank you and again, the forecast windy for today, we have a wing. Thus advisory. This is not across the entire state. This is for the Cape and Islands, the South coast and.

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Flu vaccine required for all Massachusetts school students

WBZ Afternoon News

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Flu vaccine required for all Massachusetts school students

"Student student enrolled enrolled in in child child care. care. Preschool Preschool K K through through 12, 12, or or post post secondary secondary school school in in Massachusetts Massachusetts will will have have to to get get a a flu flu vaccine. vaccine. Officials say there will be some exceptions to this, including medical and religious reasons, home school students or higher ed students and fully remote learning off campus. Also

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Boston - Over 70% Of Massachusetts Schools Plan Hybrid Or In-Person Learning

WBZ Afternoon News

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Boston - Over 70% Of Massachusetts Schools Plan Hybrid Or In-Person Learning

"On Beacon Hill today, Governor Baker saying the majority of the state school systems are opting out of a fully remote fall semester of the 371 public school districts reporting as of yesterday, more than 70% indicated they planned off for a hybrid or fully in person learning model approximately 30% Posed plans that were fully remote. Now West

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Massachusetts Education Commissioner On State's Plan To Reopen Schools In The Fall

All Things Considered

04:30 min | 2 years ago

Massachusetts Education Commissioner On State's Plan To Reopen Schools In The Fall

"Public school officials around the country are spending the summer months designing plans for how educators might resume in person classes this fall. Massachusetts recently released its guidelines for public schools. Kids in the second grade Enough will wear masks. Groups of students will stay together all day. No crowded lunchtime cafeteria desks will be at least three feet apart. Massachusetts State Education Commissioner Jeffrey Riley joins us now to talk more about these plans. Welcome. Thanks for having me given the financial crisis. Do you have the money you need to implement some of these safety measures like handwashing stations pp. Extra cleaning and so on. So what? This time we've sent out a request for grants from the federal government, which we received $194 million. The district's have access to to pay for things like supplies and materials. Additionally, the governor just announced $200 million more to help with these kind of supplies and materials with that said, We have to wait for Beacon Hill on the governor to finalize a budget later in August. I'm looking at the requirement. The desks be three feet apart and thinking that some Massachusetts schools have struggled with classroom overcrowding for years when you layer distancing on top of that. How do you expect classrooms to meet the standards? Well, we've asked the district to do a feasibility study right now to see what is possible, given this new medical parameters that we've been given. And so that may mean that some districts have to stand up additional classrooms, maybe in their libraries, maybe in their auditoriums to be able to meet these needs, But that's why we're going through the feasibility study over the next several weeks. You know, the CDC recommends that people stay six feet apart. You tell us why the recommendation is for desks to be three feet apart. I think the CDC guidance actually says six feet went feasible, and the World Health Organization says three feet so what I think the doctors have come to the consensus is is there is not much difference between three and six feet. A CZ faras the distance. It's when you get below three feet. The things get more problematic. So much about this disease has exacerbated existing divides. Do you think the same is going to be true of education in the fall, where students at schools that have struggled financially will suffer more? And those that have had the resource is air going to be okay. You know, I think in our guidance we put in the need to really focus on district's that have been historically underfunded on so we want to make sure that schools get what they need to be able to function properly. And of course, this disease has affected people of color disproportionately, and poll conducted by MassINC finds that while you have the support of the majority of parents to resume in person learning, black and Latin ex parents are the least confident in the ability of the schools to reopen safely. How do you address that Divide and assure those people who have been most at risk? But they will, in fact, be safe. You know, I think that pole was done before the Massachusetts chapter of the Academy of Pediatrics came out and endorsed our guidance. And I think you know the medical community is behind Children going back to school, And I just think that the communication strategy needs to take place so that we get the information out to families. What is your message to those parents? You know, we want to support all of our kids and all of our families. We recognize that different towns and communities have been hit in different ways. And we're gonna work with every individual city in town and every individual family to, you know, get education back up and running and a way that works for them, right. We want to be supportive of our families and kids, and we recognize this is an incredibly challenging Time in our history, you know, we certainly want to get our kids back in school. We also recognize that there are concerns from families and we want to try to address those The state has not released guidelines for busing, which is a big piece of the puzzle. Is there a way to maintain social distancing on a crowded school bus? I mean, how much does that factor into a decision about how and when to reopen schools? So we have that before our doctors right now, and they're going to be advising us on the transportation guidance, which had come out in the next several weeks. Any insight into how that might work? No, we're gonna wait and see what the doctors have to say. You know, this is a unique circumstance and we're going to rely on The doctor's Teo really provide us with the guidance. Do you think this generation of kids is going to face long term consequences from from all of these challenges and interruptions to their education? I think it's unclear. I think there may be some educational setbacks that we'll need to re mediate. I also think, however, kids are incredibly resilient and we'll be able to rise above these issues. Jeffrey Riley is the Massachusetts state Education Commissioner. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me

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"massachusetts high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"massachusetts high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Commissioner says they recovered four firearms in all three people were taken into custody including the person accused of tripping the police officer again as WBZ TV's on a miler the investigation is ongoing a very grim discovery in Florida after a nine year old boy with autism was abducted at Thursday night this happened southwest of Miami a body believed to be the little boy was found and they can now the mother of the boy said he was taken after driver tried a side swiped her car and then later blocked her in as a passenger got out and demanded drugs the woman also said she told the man she did not have any drugs and that it was then the boy was taken as well as that woman cell phone authorities are now all urging anyone with information on this to contact the Miami Dade police department right away she central Florida's largest theme parks are still working on plans right now to re open at some point but one of very big attraction as well as several smaller ones are hoping to re open sooner than later I'm Peter king at Orlando Orange County is re opening task force mayor Jerry Demings say universal Orlando intense smaller attractions have met the county's criteria for re opening those smaller rides in parks are mostly of the international drive tourist area Demings is written the governor for the okay for them to get back to business universal hopes to reopen June fifth the others sooner Peter king CBS news Orlando quite a big honor for three Massachusetts high school seniors the students have been named U. S. presidential scholars that's an award recognizing students accomplishments in academics the arts the technical education field especially congratulations to Seville or tease from greater Lawrence technical school in Andover also Amelia al from Wayland high school as well as Jayden David Andelman from Martha's vineyard regional high school in oak bluffs scholars are chosen annually by the White House commission on presidential scholars could there be a price cut for very expensive exercise bike CBS is Diane king hall tells us it could be happening John is reportedly weighing a less pricey by according to time magazine the company CEO says it is exploring a cheaper version of its exercise bike to draw in more people by bringing cost per household down consumers currently fork over more than two thousand dollars for the bike which can be paid in instalments still demand has been sky high amid the stay at home era with sales soaring sixty six percent during the third quarter eight six twenty one traffic on the way there will be a day when your back stuck in traffic until then rely on WBZ newsradio for the most accurate reporting on this pandemic will also bring you every press conference with the mayor the governor and the president we are in this together we'll get through this together Stacey stay informed and stay with WBZ Boston news radio he's very sheds new England's biggest shed dealer isn't us not not even close reeds ferry is confounded by the fact that most people end up buying a parking lot she said what is that well if you wanna see fifty of them you're looking at one of them it's a parking lot chef if it's made of particle board its parking lot and here's the big thing if you stand next to it and the only person that talks to you is a lady that wants.

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"massachusetts high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"massachusetts high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Emergency deployment teams from throughout the city to come and render assistance to responding officers that we're just trying to help victims of a crime the identity of the person who was killed has yet to be released Lori Loughlin and fashion designer husband are set to appear before a federal judge this hour over video conference this case being tried over the federal courthouse in Boston the couple changing their pleaded guilty yesterday in the college cheating scandal they're accused of fraudulently trying to get their daughters into U. S. C. as athletic recruits again agreed to plead guilty Lachlan set to get two months behind bars her husband five months we'll have more updates as this story develops and three Massachusetts high school seniors are named U. S. presidential scholars education secretary Betsy to Voss announcing the winners some of the L. or tease a prize student a greater Lawrence technical school in Andover top of the class Amelia a of Wayland high school Jayden David at all man a student at Martha's vineyard regional high school in oak bluffs these are the best of the best the White House award every year going to students nationally who shine in academics the arts and technical education field and have some character to boot award recipients will be honored during the summer as the coronavirus situation permits full eleven oh three right on the nose back to the rose Kevin Britain's got it the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes good morning good morning there lord will start off south of town that expressways pretty good both directions light to moderate volume take about twelve minutes to get from Boston down to Braintree or back you are hung up here on route three south bound locked up from route eighteen in Weymouth getting down to that derby street lane drop then you got a nice ride getting down to the Sagamore bridge but we do have delays heading on Cape over that Sagamore bridge as well as the Bourne bridge out to the west route two west bound jam for one ninety Leominster to the road work here group thirteen mass pike westbound all locked up for about three miles through the ongoing roadwork in Brimfield couple miles west of Sturbridge year up to the north it's one twenty eight you're looking pretty good both directions here between Beverley and will burn route one a north bound last check continues to be closed here on the McClellan highway before Boardman street as crash investigation is still causing detours and delays are backed up to the airport if you're heading north of town heading up on ninety three up through New Hampshire as well as route three ninety five really not too bad but over in Auburn New Hampshire route one on one eastbound hung up it will crash reported here at hoax at road Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the threes we'll check back with Kevin and ten minutes.

"massachusetts high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"massachusetts high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To hundreds of local first responders president trump says he is still optimistic that a strong economic recovery is coming we had the best economy ever and we're gonna have it again speaking at the White House the president predicting the fourth quarter will be fantastic the national economy shrank more than expected during the first quarter the commerce department says the gross domestic product contracted by four point eight percent because of economic fallout from code nineteen there was trepidation among some business owners and employees in areas that are starting to re open more from CBS is Michael Jordan is one of the latest stage to announce its lifting parts of its locked down even though the state reported its highest daily death toll so far some Florida business owners say they're not ready to let customers inside the stakes are if you are going to reopen the better it did ship it know what that's what small I want now to businesses in the majority of its counties could operate with limits despite the number of confirmed cases statewide increasing by about seventy five percent in a week credited rolling out a plan for voluntary contact tracing considered to be a key in deciding went over that state a model from MIT and Hartford healthcare suggest Connecticut is at the peak of the pandemic governor Doug LeMond says he'll make some very preliminary decisions about re opening Connecticut in a week to ten days you can graduate high school in Massachusetts without passing the M. cast but coronavirus canceled the spring exam the BBC's Laura Kirby tells us the state board of education is giving some high school seniors a break this is not an across the board reprieve for any senior who wants a diploma but it is a reprieve for about one thousand Massachusetts high school seniors who have completed all their other courses in grades to meet graduation requirements in their local school districts these seniors can now show they successfully completed a course with the same subject matter that would have been on the M. cast English language arts math or science whatever portion they did not pass yet and with that they'll get a path to getting their diploma state education officials are still hammering out the details Laurie Kirby WBZ Boston news radio college prep expert with some advice for students try to get into college even though they couldn't take the usual standardized tests SAT and ACT is are a right of passage for college bound high school students except for this year because of cover nineteen are only seven S. A. T. dates officially nationally each year already three of them have been canceled so many schools are requiring the test for admission hobbies of Connie with laconic coaching which preps students for the test the first thing to do given how much destruction there's been in the testing calendar but he has this warning for students selective admissions will remain selective schools will look harder things like grades extra Alers interviews and essays stereo Alden or ABC news couple in western mass the new owners of a drive in splashing unconventional high school graduation on the big screen we get more from WBZ's Chris fama opening night at the Northfield drive traditionally it was Memorial Day weekend and new owners Julie and Steve we can would like that tradition to continue they have also added a new production on the marquee just one week later the drive ins very first high school graduation or Getty protecting everything that happening alive on the screen.

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Massachusetts school has online class disrupted, another school has teleconference hijacked by person with swastika tattoos

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Massachusetts school has online class disrupted, another school has teleconference hijacked by person with swastika tattoos

"The the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic as as most most Americans Americans working working from from home home now now as as many many turn turn to to video video conferencing conferencing to to stay stay connected connected ABC's ABC's Erica Erica Turkey Turkey tells tells us us hackers are trying to take advantage of that the Massachusetts high school teacher was leading a class on soon when out of no where an unidentified individual yelled profanity and shouted the teacher's home address a second school in Massachusetts hosted a meeting on June one someone appeared on camera with swastika tattoos the FBI calls this hijacking of video conferences zoom bombing and it can also involve pornographic images hate speech or threatening language the F. B. I. suggest keeping video conferences private and keeping links from social media

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"massachusetts high school" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"massachusetts high school" Discussed on 710 WOR

"For a while Alex stone ABC news there is no vaccine so social distancing is the main weapon in the fight to slow the spread of coronavirus and to that end should we all wear facemask or should they be reserved for health care workers Dr Anthony Fauci said Tuesday that the trump administration is in active discussions about what he called him a broad community wide use of mass meaning guidance that average Americans wear something over their faces and not just the health care community found he did caution that a key concern is not taking away the supply of masks from health care workers president trump on Monday signaled he was open to this idea but said he hoped it would be for a limited period of time Karen Travers A. B. C. news Washington announced back to governor Cuomo his brother's CNN anchor Chris Cuomo has tested positive for corona virus to governor says Chris Cuomo apparently is a mild case and this quarantine himself in his basement stay away from his wife and kids he is going to be fine he's young in good shape strong not as strong as the things but he will be fine hackers are trying to take advantage of the video conferencing boom as people continue to work from home a Massachusetts high school teacher was leading a class on zoom when out of no where an unidentified individual yelled profanity and shouted the teacher's home address a second school in master choose its hosted a meeting on soon one someone appeared on camera with swastika tattoos the FBI calls this hijacking of video conferences zoom bombing and it can also involve pornographic images hate speech or threatening language the F. B. I. suggest keeping video conferences private and keeping links from social media Erin Qatar ski.

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"massachusetts high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"massachusetts high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Yesterday the stock market tanking again today corona virus and economic concerns more in just a moment a plane crash near the airport in sterling state police responding after that plane went down in some woods near the airstrip more colleges are moving their classes online in the wake of coronavirus concern Sanders didn't fare well in yesterday's primaries but today he says he's still in the race to look forward to a head to head debate with Joe Biden on Sunday after a bounce back yesterday for Wall Street stocks are in the red again today the Dow Jones industrials down more than sixteen hundred points right now president drop in pressure leaders looking at some economic stimulus ideas SO four two plants have come to the forefront loans for small and medium size businesses and word of a meeting with house Republicans Mitch McConnell everybody and discussing a possible payroll tax cut that was president trump yesterday ahead of that meeting today on Capitol Hill GOP sources close to senator McConnell say privately he's cool very cool on the idea of a payroll tax cut he like a number of GOP senators are worried about its effects on social security Medicare and the deficit Alex per se A. B. C. news Washington a plan from Senate Democrats that they hope will help corona virus victims Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer putting the blame on the trump administration we are just appalled that the administration really has had no plan they have all kinds of problems obviously with testing but they also have not come up with a plan to help people who need help the plans being pitched by Senate Democrats include paid sick leave for those who need it along with a boosted unemployment benefits senator Schumer also proposing emergency mortgage relief some people are being told to self quarantine so what does that really mean A. B. C. chief medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton explains you home quarantine you don't leave your house you reduce your exposure to others different than isolation isolation is for people that are ill hi I'd be doctor says those who are put into isolation are sick they have the virus and are suffering symptoms the Ivy League cancel this conference basketball tournament some other sports teams are considering options in the wake of coronavirus but for Massachusetts high school tournaments the games at the TD garden bar still on the state's governing body the M. I. A. opting to play those games with a full slate schedule this weekend all this while state leaders are professional leagues in colleges contemplated the fate of March madness the Boston Marathon the Olympics should be M. I. A. have been ready to pull the plug on these games.

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Boston Bill Would Require Massachusetts Schools To Offer Free Menstrual Products

WBZ Midday News

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Boston Bill Would Require Massachusetts Schools To Offer Free Menstrual Products

"A bill on Beacon Hill would require Massachusetts schools to provide free at disposable menstrual products to students the products would need to be readily available in restrooms and presented in a way that doesn't stigmatize students New York and New Hampshire are among the states that already passed similar

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"massachusetts high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"massachusetts high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Died they were killed when their aerial water tanker crashed Boston police have begun wearing body cameras in Boston schools mayor Walsh is in the nation's capital for the US conference of mayors he took time out of his busy schedule this morning to speak with WBZ's Kendall Buell wall said he's not happy that Boston is being excluded from governor Baker's MBTA board yeah well we're going to have a conversation about that that you know I I feel it's important Boston is that the largest player in the N. B. T. eight it has the largest part of ridership whether people coming into box or not we need to have a voice in the board we need to have a voice not boy to to push the agenda of the T. forward bill bosses the capital city in in in in Massachusetts and and clearly is the largest city in New England so I think it's vitally important we have a voice in that the fiscal management control board was created after a huge snowstorm in twenty fifteen caused major troubles with the T. the trump administration is set to impose new rules this week restricting the visas of women suspected of traveling to the U. west to give birth president trump has been vocal about his opposition to birthright citizenship where anyone born in the US is considered a citizen regulating tour it's a visa for pregnant women is one way to try and end it but it is legal to come to America to give birth birth tourism is a lucrative business both in the US and abroad and some American companies are charging up to eighty thousand dollars to facilitate the practice by offering hotel rooms and medical care Allison Keyes CBS news Washington a blind student is filing a lawsuit against curry college in Milton claiming the school violated her rights by separating her from her service dog and failing to accommodate her needs WBZ TV is Kevin macleod has more she is not a Pat she is considered trained medical equipment is the same as somebody needing wheelchair Isabella Scott who's lost most of our site to a degenerative eye disease is suing curry under the Americans with disabilities act for making her attend labs without o'hara and making her sit at a table away from her classmates the school says it can't comment on the lawsuit but denies any service animal was ever mistreated touting its commitment to ensuring an accessible equitable and inclusive learning environment for all students with disabilities they have apologized for being around Scott's lawsuit claims that drivers without handicapped placards were allowed to park in designated spaces on campus federal regulators are proposing new rules that would restrict which animals air travelers can bring on planes the department of transportation is proposing airlines must only allow specially trained service dogs into the cabin at no charge that means airlines could put an end to emotional support animals including untrained dogs and cats pigs peacocks and other creatures flight attendants have been among the groups pushing to rein in support animals despite pleas from people who say they help control anxiety and other issues while traveling Steve Dorsey CBS news Washington a Massachusetts high school has banned students from attending athletic events WBZ TV specter Mara Jr mono tells us why students at north Middlesex regional high school in towns and have been banned from school games and the principal says it's all about bad behavior yeah if you act up you get privileges taken ice on the right privilege a lot of kids are just like shocked in like mad about it school officials say actions have consequences and they repeatedly warned students to tone it.

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"massachusetts high school" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"massachusetts high school" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"The US constitution gives the house the sole power to impeach a federal official. individual house members however can introduce impeachment resolutions like ordinary bills. and once in office holder has been impeached as we said the proceeding shift to the Senate we're told the trial and decides whether or not to convict the accused. and president Bill Clinton. was impeached. but he was never convicted. and Andrew Johnson missing piece in eighteen sixty eight after political conflict with Congress involving his reconstruction policies after the civil war and his removal of secretary of war Edwin Stanton. only eight people have actually been impeached all federal judges been convicted and removed from office. by the Senate. they're banning cigarettes in Massachusetts at least temporarily. it's the first state to ban them entirely some states have banned the the flavor once. that the kids like. the band is effective immediately or run until January twenty fifth according to governor Charlie breaker San Francisco has already adopted a similar city wide ban in July but until now no other state has imposed a statewide ban Massachusetts is doing this to try to get a handle on all of the vaping link pulmonary diseases that are sick and hundreds in because at least seven deaths. CDC still doesn't know. what's causing all this I think it may be the vitamin E. oil or the T. H. see that people are raping. they still don't now. according to a study published in twenty seventeen twenty percent a Massachusetts high school kids used rapes forty one percent had already tried E. cigarettes. they're doing something in in San Francisco to try to stop homeless people listed some of the neighborhoods. there are putting rocks out to try to deter homeless people from camping out. neighbors along Clinton park in the city's mission Delores neighborhood so the rocks are meant to keep drug users from having a space to shoot up as they camp overnight. I went to the homeowners got together and kicked in like a hundred Bucks a piece to buy the rocks. the city says there's nothing they can do because the rocks aren't on. the sidewalk they're not on public property. a group of neighbors in San Francisco has had two dozen boulders place along residential road to deter the cat camping out. I'm they say it's homeless arc anti homeless architecture is what homeless advocates are calling it. San Francisco public works department spokesman said the city had no part in putting the boulders here and since they are blocking.

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"massachusetts high school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"massachusetts high school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"No problem Michelle Carter will be getting out of her fifteen month prison term early despite being denied parole last week Carter the twenty three year old woman convicted of committing her boyfriend in twenty fourteen to kill himself through text messages will be released from prison two months early for good behavior the early release will move Carter's end of sentence date for may fifth twenty twenty up to March thirteenth twenty twenty on Friday the Massachusetts parole board denied Carter's request calling her actions before during and after Conrad Roy the third suicide a rational and looking sincerity Carter began her sentence at the Bristol county house of corrections in Dartmouth back in February. another person dead from triple eat WCVB reports a third person has died as a result of the mosquito borne virus no word on the identity of the victim has been released at this time the latest victim was a Freetown manner to seventies that died of the virus last week a fair haven woman in her fifties died last month a total of thirty five communities are now a critical risk forty at high risk in one hundred twenty eight at moderate risk for triple E. in Massachusetts. as school apartments across the status as the result of the Massachusetts department of elementary and secondary educations accountability airport officials a greater new Bedford regional vocational technical high school are celebrating the academic growth of the student body over the past year the report says vo tech performs in the sixty fourth percentile of all Massachusetts high schools the report also shows the school's graduation rate is increased to ninety percent while drop outs were down a significant twenty five percent since last year we also have various clubs whether it be the mentor program after school all the homework club students come to Korean available tech to learn and they see a light at the end of the tunnel with a subject for graduation the superintendent James o'brien the report also highlights tremendous successes for students in the high needs category in a fall river man who raped a pre pubescent girl on multiple occasions while the victim's mother was away at work has been sentenced to ten to twelve years in state prison twenty eight year old Nicholas stolen pleaded guilty in fall river Superior Court to multiple charges relating to the rape of a child under fourteen years old on at least two occasions dorm would play the seeker game with the victim which included several sex acts the victim's mother eventually found out about the sexual assault when the victim told her that she could not play the seeker game of the mother is not going away to work in sports the bears beat the Redskins thirty one to fifteen in the nation's capital last night and the red Sox lost seven four to the raise the socks in the Texas tonight for the second the last series of the year first pitch at eight ten with the pregame show beginning at seven ten right here on fourteen twenty W. B..

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"massachusetts high school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"massachusetts high school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"The biggest stories on the south coast from the W. B. S. M. newsroom I am done these W. B. S. M. news no parole no problem Michelle Carter will be getting out of her fifteen month prison term early despite being denied parole last week Carter the twenty three year old woman convicted of convincing her boyfriend in twenty fourteen to kill himself through text messages will be released from prison two months early for good behavior the early release will move Carter's end of sentence date from may fifth twenty twenty up to March thirteenth twenty twenty on Friday the Massachusetts parole board denied Carter's request calling her actions before during and after Conrad Roy the third suicide a rational and looking sincerity Carter began her sentence at the Bristol county house of corrections in Dartmouth back in February. another person dead from triple eat WCVB reports a third person has died as a result of the mosquito borne virus no word on the identity of the victim has been released at this time the latest victim was a Freetown manner to seventies that died of the virus last week after he even when the fifties died last month a total of thirty five communities are now a critical risk forty at high risk in one hundred twenty eight moderate risk for triple E. in Massachusetts. as school apartments across the state assess the result of the Massachusetts department of elementary and secondary educations accountability airport officials a greater new Bedford regional vocational technical high school are celebrating the academic growth of the student body over the past year the report says vo tech performs in the sixty fourth percentile of all Massachusetts high schools the report also shows the school's graduation rate is increased to ninety percent while drop outs were down a significant twenty five percent since last year we also have various clubs whether it be the mentor program when after school all the homework club students come the Korean available tech to learn and they see a light at the end of the tunnel with a subject for graduation the superintendent James o'brien the report also highlights tremendous successes for students in the high needs category in a fall river man who raped a pre pubescent girl on multiple occasions while the victim's mother was away at work has been sentenced to ten to twelve years in state prison twenty eight year old Nicholas stolen pleaded guilty in fall river Superior Court to multiple charges relating to the rape of a child under fourteen years old on at least two occasions dorm would play the seeker game with the victim which included several sex acts the victim's mother eventually found out about the sexual assaults when the victim told her that she could not play the seeker game at the mother is not going away to work in sports the bears beat the Redskins thirty one to fifteen in the nation's capital last night and the red Sox lost seven four to the raise the socks of the Texas tonight for the second the last series of the year first pitch at eight ten with the pre game show beginning at seven ten right here on fourteen twenty W. B..

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Key piece of evidence missing in Kevin Spacey case

Jay Talking

09:09 min | 3 years ago

Key piece of evidence missing in Kevin Spacey case

"There have been some developments in the Kevin Spacey case seems that a key piece of evidence is missing and a catch us up on that. We have Michael coin dean of the Massachusetts school of law. Dean coin. Hello Riley tonight. It's always great to hear from you, and great to talk to you. Can you catch us up? Yeah. I think it's, it's another interesting development to this high profile case on the islands not surprising. I don't think that the key piece of evidence has now been may well have been lost somewhere along the way between Lauren force moments receipt of it, and turning it back to the family. It may very well be the death blow to an increasingly shaky case against Spacey with the loss of this key piece of evidence and you know, that's what I think is surprising, to some, that's such a key piece of evidence could have been handled in so badly. Not not really be preserved so that both sides, get an opportunity to examine the contents. What makes this piece of evidence so very crucial. Yeah. Well, you know, if you think about it today, smoking gun, is really much more likely to be found in our cell phones, and our electronic evidence, it's not the, the old smoking gun of old. And the fact is we all keep far too much personal information on our cell phones, whether it's photographs, whether it's Snapchat, whether it's text messages, and, like, there's very personal and oftentimes key, contemporaneous evidence that is preserved on our cellphones and maintained in that way. So the fact that there is likely text messages and photographs that would have some bearing on the night in question that took place between Mr. Spacey and this individual. The fact is that those contemporaneous records very, very well may be important to both the prosecution and the defense. But the key. Here from the standpoint of whether the case will be able to survive this. And even if it does go forward to not provide extraordinary evidence to Spacey for cross examination in the like is that this may well have had sculptor Tori information on it. Deleted in altered, text messages, as Spacey's attorneys informed, the court at the last hearing, and the loss of that evidence when there's a constitutional obligation for the government to turn over any sculpture, Tori evidence, this could be fatal to the government's case. So this missing phone could be directly responsible for the dismissal of the case against Kevin Spacey. Sure. Definitely could be if you if you if you if you think about how important we've seen electron ick evidence in cell phones, over the course of the last three to five years, marathon bombers in part were caught as a result of inflammation pulled from their cell phones. Aaron Hernandez case. Relied, very heavily on text messages that occurred that evening, and as well as the GPS information on the phone. If you start to think about the, the more recent high profile cases, we've seen even Tom Brady's where he said that the cell phone had been destroyed because he obtained a new one. We know how important these key pieces of evidence that are found on cellphones likely our to our Justice system. So, yeah, this could be a big victory for Spacey. In fact, the court could look at it as potentially being sufficiently sanctionable by the government that would require dismissal. But even if it doesn't require dismissal. The problem is, is that this has given a lot of energy now to the defense case to create a reasonable doubt that there was information on that phone that would have told a different story either by way of government misconduct. Or even just simply neglect that inflammation is now been lost to the defendant, and it helps to create that reasonable doubt. It's, it's a real problem. And the fact is, is that the court now we'll have to figure out well how did it get loss was was this just negligence, or was this, something more at work, here, especially in view of the allegations, that Spacey's attorney has raised with respect to the deleted in altar techs that took place from the night in question the loss of that evidence if it cannot be recovered in some form. And that's the last part of this is that a good forensic examination of the phone, if it's there or of the mirror image that the government may have in its possession may allow them to recover. Virtually all of the information if not all of the information, under those circumstances. The government would argue that Spacey hasn't been prejudice. At all. So there's nothing that would prohibit the case from going full. We may still very well. See the case, go forward. The question is, now is going to be enough evidence or is the government going to sufficiently be able to remove Spacey's presumption of innocence and the fact that there, they're very well may be reasonable doubt. In the case. It's it's a problem. I mean, you know, we don't like to see in our system that the government doesn't do everything they can to ensure that Justice is achieved in part of that means that you've got to preserve evidence and give the defendant, an opportunity tests. The government's proof that, that, that opportunity may now be lost Bradley. So even if the case does go forward it makes it more difficult for the prosecution, because it creates this doubt. Well, doesn't it? If you think about it from commonsense standpoint we've talked about this case before. You know, the was the victim starstruck and interested in, in having some drinks with Spacey that night innocence Spacey has contended all along. There was a consensual flirtation that existed that night. Pot of the proof would likely have been the contemporaneous inflammation, that would be found on his cell phone and the like. And the, the fact that, that now maybe lost, or at least portions of that inflammation, and as Spacey see X information that would have been exculpatory to him has been lost either as a result of negligence or delivered acts that, that absolutely helps to create this reasonable doubt that the defendant wants to do is part of his defense, and it's, it's too bad. Because as the you know, it's, it's, it's pretty sloppy. However, this came about in a case with so many is on it. You. You would've expected there, be a lot more attention to detail. And I think sometimes that's prizes, the all is that we don't see the attention to detail that we would especially expect when when the world is watching does do these developments, make it more likely that mister space for a jury trial or less likely. Well, again, you know, you've, we've had that discussion before, and I you know, act after our last evening together where we discussed this in general, I put it out to some other both students, and criminal defense, lawyers that, that I know. And, and it is relatively still split fifty fifty so I'm not sure there's a definitive answer to that my own personal feeling is that I would prefer jury under the circumstances. Jury sometimes are little more mistrusting, and especially. Really sometimes a little more dubious with the government may have engaged in either neglect of misconduct to, to trust the government at its word and really to hold them to what the law requires to remove the presumption of innocence and prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt. So, my, my personal feeling is I would I would try to jury. But that, that's a actually a question that I think both people and lawyers will disagree on your, your audience, may, well be split as well. Interesting to know what they think, because some of them may well constitute members of the jury and have similar feelings to jurors. So maybe you can throw that out tonight to see what they think. That's a good idea. Thank you very much. Michael coyne. He's the dean of the Massachusetts school of law in a big friend of WBZ. Thanks.

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"massachusetts high school" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:13 min | 3 years ago

"massachusetts high school" Discussed on KTRH

"Was released by the sanctuary state of Oregon. Eve, of course heard of sanctuary cities. We'll state of organization state. So what are the consequences of having an entire state? Protect illegal aliens. Fidel Lopez is fifty two years old. Last month in April. He was sentenced to sixty days in jail for the crime of raping his girlfriend's dog today. Strangely sixty days is the maximum sentence for this crime in Oregon. Kinda weird because the left gets really, really like they don't care about babies, they get really upset over dogs. I guess unless you rape one to death. Okay. Which you gotta fake. How sick do you have to be to rape a dog? And to rape the dog to death. Man. You got to be some kind of twisted, I guess, good thing we got that guy in our country. Oh. Round of applause for the illegals. Following his sentence. The suspect was immediately released into Multnomah county in Oregon. That's where Portland is. Because the state of Oregon protection legals from deportation. Immigration and customs enforcement requested the illegal alien dog rapist killer be turned over for deportation after being released from prison, but that request was ignored by the sanctuary state officials. I spokesman Tanna Roman said. Sanctuary policies, not only provide a refuge for illegal aliens, but they also shield criminal. Aliens, who prey on people in their own and other communities. Not only people ma'am, dogs, this dog rapist, killer. The suspect has since been captured and detained by is they plan to deport him in the near future. Remember, when President Trump was talking about MS thirteen? And he referred to them, as these animals. And the left said. Call them animals. If they have sex with animals. If you have sex with an animal, I kind of feel like you get to be called an animal at that point. MS thirteen member. I don't know if Fidel was an MS thirteen member. I have no idea. Never. Never Chan rights. I never got while football players in this case NASCAR drivers get to throw or want to throw punches at someone's head when they have a helmet on NASCAR driver. Clint Bowyer, if I'm pronouncing that incorrectly. I apologize. I don't know. So for those of you who are NASCAR fans. Correct me. B O W. Why are Boyer or Bowyer maybe Boyer? Unleashes a flurry of hands through the driver's side window. At Ryan Newman. We've got the video on the blog at Michael dot com. During the cool down lap at the NASCAR all star race. Boyer rushed Newman's car, I've decided it's Boyer. Sounds better than Bowyer. Boy. Let's go Boyer. Boyer rushed Newman's car frantically trying to land blows through the window. While Newman had his helmet on Boyer was upset that Newman turn turn him into turn four late in the race. Boyer says where I come from you get punched into knows flat. And that's what he got except you punched him with his helmet on Newman. Laughed off his rivals actions. Mocking him for throwing punches at someone in a racing helmet saying, I think he should be embarrassed for himself. Massachusetts high school teacher is arrested for planting live ammunition in one of the schools, staircases surveillance cameras captured him, dropping the nine millimeter round from his pocket and later coming back to pretend he discovered it the teacher fifty seven year old Alfred per cell told here we go again, here's another of these hoaxes. They want gun control. So they create these hoaxes of there being a gun shell there puts the gun shell down the bullet down, not Shelly puts a bullet down comes back later Luqueno discovered the teacher, fifty seven year old Alfred pursell told officers that he left the mission there to quote prove to the school that they needed to get metal detectors. Yeah. If, if nobody will drop a bullet, and I think there's bullets, then I'll drop a bullet myself. What did you? Esi small at do, if, if nobody will beat me up and make fun of my sexual orientation, where a maga- hat I'll do it myself. Video showed per cell, remove a live round of nine millimeter ammunition from his pocket drop it on the floor and quickly leave the area post said he went back to the area about ten minutes later and pretended to discover the initial footage showed him taking a picture of it with his cell phone and using his school issued portable radio to request assistance. What assistance? Here. Administrators and I school resources officer arrived soon after and placed the school on a media lockdown pursell return to his class while school officials investigated the incident Popo took pursell into custody after reviewing surveillance footage per cell was charged with two counts of unlawful possession of ammunition to kennels of carrying ammunition on school grounds. Disturbing school assembly disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace officers found one hundred to live rounds of twenty gauge shotgun. Aiming in the trunk of his car.

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"massachusetts high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"massachusetts high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Students from Massachusetts high school shortly after they tore the historic structure after a visit yesterday to the Notre Dame cathedral students from Bartlett high school in Webster were on a river cruise. When a blaze broke out they watch from the sine river as flames consume the roof. Of the cathedral. Another local high school pays tribute to Notre Dame. Today the wearing school in Beverley is a French immersion school students. Visit Paris in their freshman and junior years and headmaster Tim back says a highlight of those trips visit to the cathedral expand good amount of time in the cathedral, really exploring and finding a place to sit and sketched and perhaps meditate listen to the music happening. Whether it's an organ recital or singing today, the school gathered at a replica of a French cathedral labyrinth constructed by junior class for some time to reflect on the loss, by the way, an estimated thirteen million people visit the cathedral every year. We are learning. More now about a deadly shooting amount of pan over the weekend on violet street victims are identified as fifty three year old Michael dukes from Hyde Park. Also, Kevin Boyd of Roxbury. He was also fifty three police were called to the scene just after eleven o'clock Saturday night and found victims suffering from gunshot wounds. Both men were transported to local hospitals where there were later pronounced dead. This is an ongoing investigation anyone with additional information is Chicago police right away coming up in just a few minutes and update on tick season..

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Ving Rhames Says Police Held Him at Gunpoint in His Own Home

WBZ Afternoon News

03:22 min | 4 years ago

Ving Rhames Says Police Held Him at Gunpoint in His Own Home

"Immigration WBZ news time one nineteen democratic congressmen and civil rights hero John Lewis is in the hospital ABC's Michael Sidon is in Atlanta reporting that sources tell. Him Louis fell ill while on a flight to the city on Saturday we're being told that. Representative, John Lewis is recovering at. A local. Hospital we are told that he is doing well Louis was expected to speak at an event however he did not show we know that Lewis is seventy eight years old and his office releasing a brief statement saying quote Representative John, Lewis is in the hospital for routine observation. A spokesman also says Louis expects to be. Discharged from the hospital today no word yet on the congressman's. Condition or what caused him to be. Admitted actor Ving Rhames was recently held. At gunpoint in his own home by police officers who. Thought he was burglarizing the place police say they were responding to a, call from a neighbor police in Santa Monica California say two calls from neighbors Were about an African American man entering. A home and that they didn't think he. Lived, there officers arrived in. Minutes they say the immediately determined that the man inside was movie star Ving Rams and that, it, was. His house according to Rams get up open the. Door is a red, dot pointed out monthly he's from a nine millimeter. Ops say they walk with rains to meet his neighbors why is this coming up rains talked about it on the clay Cain show on Sirius XM radio on air promoting the new mission. Impossible movie Chuck Sivertsen ABC news a prominent lawyer who defended Yugoslavian leaders and notorious organized crime. Figures, has been shot and killed He was, killed eight, yesterday outside his home in Belgrade the twenty six year old son was wounded in the arm And he was part of the legal team that defended the Yugoslav president Milosovic at the UN tribunal in the Hague where he was tried. For war crimes of the Balkan wars, of, the nineteen nineties Milosivic died of a heart attack and twenty zero six before the end of the court proceedings Austin Texas may soon go by a different name officials suggested changing the city's name. After a new report by the city's equity. Office that identified monument streets and neighbourhoods named after confederates and slave owners the city got its name from slave owner Stephen f. Austin who is considered the father of Texas. And opposed efforts to abolish slavery in the state reportedly saying that freed slaves would become vagabonds and a nuisance renaming the capital of Texas would require a city wide election here, in Massachusetts, state officials have changed the name of Yawkey way to jersey street in light. Of former Red Sox owner Tom Yawkey and allegations of racism that trailed him following a flight over fight rather overweight Whether to sell it or keep it a valuable painting that hung unnoticed in a Massachusetts school for decades is coming back to town after. Eleven years in storage the piece by, Russian, artists Alexander I a- cuff left entitled Afghans will be returned to north Attleboro on Tuesday and displayed in the police station lobby the painting was donated to the town in nineteen fifty one and. Hung in a school until twenty seven when. A resident bought its value to the attention to officials brought its value rather the town wanted to sell it and use the money to fund art education it could have. Fetched as much as two million dollars at auction a relative of the donors objected saying the painting was a gift meant.

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Hawaii warns residents in path of lava: Get out now or face arrest

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02:24 min | 4 years ago

Hawaii warns residents in path of lava: Get out now or face arrest

"Of the premises then you can be charged under this ad attorney michael coin is the dean of the massachusetts school of law if you weren't there if you didn't know about the party then the likelihood is you wouldn't be found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt of the chart my nurse could also face charges that are punishable by up to a year in prison and up to two thousand dollars in fines in boston bernice corpuz wbz newsradio ten thirty facebook has no longer the most popular social media site among teens aged thirteen to seventeen the pew research center revealed that only fifty one percent of us teens use facebook that's twenty percent drop since two thousand fifteen youtube instagram snapchat are now the most popular online platforms among teenagers the shift is a glaring example of how the technology landscape for young people has evolved since the centers last survey which was done between twenty fourteen and twenty fifteen on hawaii residents of the lay lonnie estates a neighborhood hit hard by lava from the killilea volcano have been ordered to evacuate cbs's daniel nottingham reports homeowners have been warned they face arrest if they fail to comply if the lava flows cross highway one thirty seven there would be no way out we want those people national guardsmen marines and helicopters putting their lives at risk to rescue them residents are facing uncertainty whether they stay or go to panama in how many days or weeks or months of takes generally oil finally when we get back to the house it's not clear how many people still remain in evacuation zones at least seventy seven homes have been destroyed so far gogol is blaming vandalism at wikipedia for search results at incorrectly said the ideology of the california republican party included nazi ism where kapiti has changed log shows an anonymous user added the term nazism to the entry for the california gop the change was reversed by nother editor a second similar change yesterday afternoon was reverted a minute later the california gop has formally renounced senate candidate patrick little who has praised adolf hitler and advocated for limiting the representation of jews and the government house leaders tweeted the google result was a disgrace and that wikipedia should take more ownership on what is published on their sites.

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