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"michael mulgrew" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

05:45 min | 17 hrs ago

"michael mulgrew" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"How concerned are you about a significant drop in enrollment in new york city schools. Going into theriault concern. It's a concern. Which is why we know we need to try to get on children back so we can assess that and as soon as we can get this nasty other reason why are more most I'm the children back it As always safety right safety which we take care of the safety piece in order for us to really get city rolling year. We need a school system functioning. We need children going to a school on a daily basis. That's part of it that allows more parents to go back to work and which allows the the day to day workings of the get back to more being normal free koba. We understand that we have to get back to better placed in an integral part of that is a school system that is functioning in for children. Colin daily beast's. So i think it's all interconnected so that's why i think we really and then will no one is cities running then we'll have a better joint that might bring more people back. I'm not sure. I don't think anyone has the answer and and And as you said there might be a campaign needed for that that front as well. I you know. I see out there. I see you know on social media and elsewhere. You've got some group of teachers who are upset. That schools are reopening. You know they're concerned that they're they don't they. Don't feel safe. They're worried about schools reopening more. Then as you know you've got a big population of parents saying let's get these schools open for our kids Remote learning is terrible My kids need the socialization and the teachers union is is in the way you saw andrew yang express. Something like that. The most high profile person to say something like that. You ali back off of that statement. He did some. But but that's you know that's a fairly popular sentiment out there. I heard you know and we're going to talk about the mayor dourson process. This is our bridge to that. But but i heard your exchange at the forum you had and you both kind of agreed that mayor de blasio has had bad leadership on this. But you didn't really sort of address address. His question about whether the the union has has had its foot at least sort of like halfway down on the break. I i did. I do address. It were when he first said it. We completely disagree with them. So you tell me teacher union. That had a plan last june last june. This teacher's union had a complete plan on how to open our schools for the first day cover. That's why i was upset with the mayor because he didn't understand that we needed to do that. earlier than he was comfortable with doing it when he was ready Which was right quite frustrating to us and also made us angry. I'll just be clear with everyone on that. Because we knew that once we were in the end of july and had now had decided to fully engage. There was no way we could open on and understand the complexities of what we were dealing with. And that's how we got open and there was no. We were the only law. School system united states to be opened in september so i completely disagree with him and if it wasn't for our work why don't they have gotten open and in terms of the pace of reopening once things started to go. Do you feel like you've been there as a as a ready as a ready partner ready to go as quickly as it's safe to go as as a safety as long as the other side understands. This has been a problem with this. I think in When history is written then we'll talk about the problem..

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Fresh update on "michael mulgrew" discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

00:00 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "michael mulgrew" discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Now that was distinct management. Alaska was put on the might wimmer. The bureaucracy actually has grown dramatically since then and they only a day just think their job is to hold schools accountable but not to do the work to support them so and it's now close to sixty billion dollars supporting a bureaucracy that doesn't want the schools so we're done with a we want a distinct change and you and you also wanna hear It seems like you want mayoral candidate. Who wants to keep the charter school cap in place until transparent until there's even a every time the charter industry in his allowing clear is only as the large chains. We have a rama with Everytime talk about lifting the cap while we say is complete transparency about enrollment. and how. you're treating your students and they're like only to count. We don't want that. I got a problem if you take tax payer money and you're dealing with children. I got a problem when you transparency and You mentioned desegregation of the schools is a big priority. I'm pricey. But i'm little surprised. It was sort of in your top issues there. Who are you mean because when you were talking about reducing class sizes and you know one of the things that came to. My mind was idea of redrawing district lines. You know you'd figuring out how to use the space that exists in some of the schools that are less crowded than the overcrowded schools. Obviously there's there's massive problems across the city with crowding in different places but some places less. So where do you have a desegregation Couple of bullets. That are your bullets on that. Would the the the thing is that. It really takes a great deal of education so we had a we had desegregation clients That the blasio administration after his first term. They actually adopted. Desegregation plans that designed by schools and by teachers in their communities that we're trying to do the monitoring program called pros inside of which is incited contracts which they would not They would not authorize. Because when you design something inside a pros be anything you have to have. Both the unions agreement and the city's agreements and the city would not agree to the great big myth about all the desegregation until their second term air. Lingo nido yeah. So i think is we don't believe in forced us. That's been tried. It does the work so really. How do you start to have real conversations with parents about desegregation and does that mean drawing lines in a different way. Does that mean specially in middle schools and high schools high schools in new york city on that inside his own. It's so it it really needs coliseums and are you are you. Are you in favour of. Somebody's calls to do away with or or drastically reduce the my yes screens the screens and some members get upset when i say split. The screen process was supposed to be about specific programs in a student's a aptitude or not as a way of you getting the students that you want in terms of all own. The highest performing suits so and then screams at certain points in time were being given to schools for political reasons Superintendents had a great deal of power one point so they decide which school got screenings instead of actually doing it on the merits. All this specialty program here say it's a A Computer a cisco program or computer program a program. You put a screen around that right. I don't want a child with no interest in that..

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"michael mulgrew" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

03:24 min | 18 hrs ago

"michael mulgrew" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Welcome to maximum murphy. This is ben. Max from gotham gazette. My broadcast partner. Jared murphy of city limits is off this week on this episode talking with the president of the united federation of teachers. Michael mulgrew about the process of reopening new york city schools about the challenges the opportunities looking right now and ahead head to the possibility of fully reopening schools for in person learning or at least very close to it in september concerns that he and the teacher's union have an also how they are approaching the final months of working with mayor. Bill de blasios challenges. They've had with the mayor. And how they are approaching the race to replace to blasio which is unfolding right now and the. Uft is in the final stages of making its endorsement. In that race the june democratic primary is fast approaching the winner of that primary is all but certain to take offices the next mayor of new york city come january twenty twenty two and you have t is very much hoping to back the eventual winner. So we talked about what's happening with these schools right now and the politics around it. Both with the current mayor and the field of democrats hoping to replace to blasio. Here's our discussion with. Uft president michael mulgrew. Hope you enjoy it. Welcome back to. Maximum murphy grew the president of the united federation of teachers. Uft president mulgrew. How you doing today aren't finding yourself. You do your doing okay Hanging in there so as we talk here In the middle of april. What's your assessment of where the school reopening and school safety discussion is at. We've had some recent changes in terms of schools will be closed due to covid cases. It seems like you and your union sort of You know came along a little bit reluctantly to change some of those rules. How do you assess. We're at right now in terms of school reopenings and school safety for your members and others in school buildings. I am very proud. That new york city is proven that We had safer schools An old parents to know that We work really hard to make sure that has schools have maintained high level of safety to out the changes that we've had about code as we learn more about albeit. We've made the appropriate changes that we've made them not for political reasons but For the medical reason the butman being guided by doctors and doctors recently when we had the school hoses based off of two non. Link aces What we kept telling city all was we don't want to deal with non link cases because what a nonleague case means is that we don't know virus came that's literally what it was and it became a political piece that will go to four or three non line case in our discussion with simple. We don't need to deal with non late cases anymore because we now have enough testing in contact tracing. We need to now look at what we do know what is going on inside of the school. Because the reason we didn't non nonleague was if because we if we weren't jolie would shut the school down but now we have enough s the place that we know what's going on inside the school and we don't want a school spread to happen so let's switch.

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Fresh update on "michael mulgrew" discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

00:00 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "michael mulgrew" discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"May assaulted not right so these are the type of issues. That's what we're drilling down. On the first time this will often often be here between the stimulus money and the fact that the state finally after seventeen years have funded the cfe lawsuit real possibility here setting plans for the schools as well as long term plans to deal with homelessness to deal with all sorts of different issues of economic disparity. Those are the things we want to hear about these candidates. So what's their viability. How much money do they have. Where's your educational policy and really rain. Choice loading is turning out to be. I don't think any candidate is comfortable with it because nobody knows what it really. Yeah no. that's a big new wrinkle amid all these other changes Is is small division for smaller. Class sizes is that the number one education item on your list. Or you're just using that as an example. Are there other things that really we think. Because of what has happened with all of the funding We now have an opportunity. When arch is gonna mandy curly. Get to swallow class sizes. It has to be a plan where you saw in certain school districts in stock to move it in each school district. And then once you see how to do it you can then set up a plan for different school district it's much fodder to do in a district that's very crowded versus a district. That is okay on you know. It's got a good population but it's not overcrowded. Have to start coming up with plans for these things in terms of the membership is that this is the most engaged we've ever had a membership in a mayor's race You know virtual worlds pretty cool house for many people to be involved in You know just on the floor town halls. We had four initial ones not the Folks thousand people you know tune in to see what was going on and We've had just a. We've had close to one point. Four million views Just on our new website in talking about the different candidates for the clips all. That's been fun. That's been the fun part class sizes. What else what are a couple of other on the educate under that. I of course top banner education policy. What are a couple of other most important things as you're evaluating these candidates in the classroom and closed across everything. We started at work in the last contract. We had agreed to a plan known as the bronze plan with really wasn't just about the bronx. It was the bronx with symbolic schools. That never attitude Was supposed to have And we will moving towards that colin. Put the brakes on the on that. Because i don't care what anyone says even in new york city the great progressive capital. I could walk into certain neighborhoods in the school. Look much different than look much different than when i walked other neighborhoods and that's just a fact and we said this has to stop so just that equity issues of big deal with us. Decent gatien's big issue for us and in a lot of stuff just on lead we are. I think we are done as a union with waiting for the department of education to understand to undo the damage that michael bloomberg department of education bureaucracy. Bureaucracy does not lead. They are responsible for supporting schools. Naturally known for twenty years.

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"michael mulgrew" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:10 min | 4 months ago

"michael mulgrew" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I think that's the right direction. We do have new facts and new information on school. They're not know just about every professional says the school's especially K through weight should be kept open. Been saying that whenever We are supposed to keep them up in safely, so it's literally safer for a child and the teacher to be in the school there in the community. This son of a bitch just make us epidemiologist. Experts say that it's march over and again, we got it from respectable people who have been shunned. In and by the media and by Big tech. This very thing that this idiot just said yesterday. Everybody knew that it's safe for kids safer for kids to be in school. Even guys that haven't been Sean. Dr. Anthony Fauci has said it But this guy, this Cuomo for all the beatings that we give him, the old deserve it. Mind you. In this man is making a ton of money on his book. He wanted Emmy Award and he may very well be the time person Man of the year hasn't lost a single paycheck, by the way, the time person Man of the year It's not a A non A bestowed on a person it just made. It means. Ah, difference maker it could be. It could be the Ayatollah. Could be the think he actually did get it once. Yeah, e think Hitler got it back in the forties? No, seriously. Really? Yeah, I believe so. I believe that that is the intent of it. He'll be in good company. But let's hope he wins. Let me just say that. Let me pat myself on the back for making Michael Mulgrew the face. The face the name in the face of shutting down the schools this low life selfish, greedy, Lazy s O bit, Bert. Thank you. President Trump. Michael Mulgrew had he had to give the approval for the schools to reopen this stick going to reopen a week from today, starting with the elementary schools. And it's because of the pressure. The backlash of I mean, listen to be serious. It was also it was the protesters down at City Hall, the parents, but I was saying, Listen, go to Michael Mulgrew's house. This is the guy the selfish S O b. That's perpetrating all this stuff. I gotta give you credit, Just like the president. Just did you have been saying that? So I spoke to Carol Markowitz a couple days ago. You love Carol big time columnist. And I said, Listen, just repeating what Bernie's been saying Michael Morgan when she said, Yes, yes, But don't kid yourself. Michael Moore grew still needs the blessings of Andrew Cuomo. He's not making decisions. So, yes, while Michael mogul was evil, he's calling the shots if Andrew Cuomo decided no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, but he's not. So let me just reverse that. Governor. Cuomo needs the blessing of Michael Mulgrew. He is in the pocket of the teachers union. He needs their money him in de Blasio, right, and so might not supposed to be that way. That's the way Michael Mulgrew says Young. What the pressure is such I get it go ahead open and then they do, and that's the way it works with these corrupt upon and we know Governor Cuomo's one of the Alfredo's older brother, one of the most corrupt politicians ever to come down the pike. I mean, the Moreland commission thing I could go through. Ah, list a litany of lists with this guy, but also these you saw on the front page of the New York Coast Yesterday, these Staten Island a pub owners. They've created an autonomous zone there like a screw you. First of all, yesterday was one of the most traveled day. What was the most traveled day since March Since the pandemic began, people are saying screw you the starting a rebel. We're gonna live. Our lives were gonna do it responsibly take our chances because, Yeah, there are chances to be taken, but that's just the way it is. And these bar owners in the southern Staten Island. McInerney, I guess is the guy's name anyway. This is what he said about why he's ignoring Governor Cuomo's on Orange Zone issue to a shutdown. So your bar is in what is considered an orange zone, which means no indoor dining, take out the liberty delivery and limited outdoor dining. You've been hit with a lot of finds your liquor license was also taken away. So how are you dealing with that are kind of model right now is business as usual because.

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Fresh update on "michael mulgrew" discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

00:04 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "michael mulgrew" discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"How concerned are you about a significant drop in enrollment in new york city schools. Going into theriault concern. It's a concern. Which is why we know we need to try to get on children back so we can assess that and as soon as we can get this nasty other reason why are more most I'm the children back it As always safety right safety which we take care of the safety piece in order for us to really get city rolling year. We need a school system functioning. We need children going to a school on a daily basis. That's part of it that allows more parents to go back to work and which allows the the day to day workings of the get back to more being normal free koba. We understand that we have to get back to better placed in an integral part of that is a school system that is functioning in for children. Colin daily beast's. So i think it's all interconnected so that's why i think we really and then will no one is cities running then we'll have a better joint that might bring more people back. I'm not sure. I don't think anyone has the answer and and And as you said there might be a campaign needed for that that front as well. I you know. I see out there. I see you know on social media and elsewhere. You've got some group of teachers who are upset. That schools are reopening. You know they're concerned that they're they don't they. Don't feel safe. They're worried about schools reopening more. Then as you know you've got a big population of parents saying let's get these schools open for our kids Remote learning is terrible My kids need the socialization and the teachers union is is in the way you saw andrew yang express. Something like that. The most high profile person to say something like that. You ali back off of that statement. He did some. But but that's you know that's a fairly popular sentiment out there. I heard you know and we're going to talk about the mayor dourson process. This is our bridge to that. But but i heard your exchange at the forum you had and you both kind of agreed that mayor de blasio has had bad leadership on this. But you didn't really sort of address address. His question about whether the the union has has had its foot at least sort of like halfway down on the break. I i did. I do address. It were when he first said it. We completely disagree with them. So you tell me teacher union. That had a plan last june last june. This teacher's union had a complete plan on how to open our schools for the first day cover. That's why i was upset with the mayor because he didn't understand that we needed to do that. earlier than he was comfortable with doing it when he was ready Which was right quite frustrating to us and also made us angry. I'll just be clear with everyone on that. Because we knew that once we were in the end of july and had now had decided to fully engage. There was no way we could open on and understand the complexities of what we were dealing with. And that's how we got open and there was no. We were the only law. School system united states to be opened in september so i completely disagree with him and if it wasn't for our work why don't they have gotten open and in terms of the pace of reopening once things started to go. Do you feel like you've been there as a as a ready as a ready partner ready to go as quickly as it's safe to go as as a safety as long as the other side understands. This has been a problem with this. I think in When history is written then we'll talk about the problem..

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"michael mulgrew" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:04 min | 7 months ago

"michael mulgrew" Discussed on 710 WOR

"O R. It is a race against the clock as in person learning begins next week in the city at a majority of schools, the teachers union president Michael Mulgrew says. They still have to hire thousands more teachers. This is teachers say it's still not safe in the classroom, and nearly half of all students say they're going to stay home. The mayor was asked about the in classroom opt out right now at 46%, a sharp increase from the 29% of few weeks ago. What you're seeing now is parents watching carefully and wanting to see what goes on and then they're going to make their bigger decisions, and the mayor says it's the city's job. The show parents and students. The schools were safe. We're off to a really strong Start and I think parents will be encouraged by that and will move back. In short order. The city is still adding teachers, but the blast was confident there will be adequate staffing levels once elementary, middle and high school students go back. I'm Scott Pringle. W O R news. They may also says the decision is coming soon on outdoor dining indoor. Dunning begins next week, but capacity is going to be limited to 25%. Owners say they're going to be driven out of business unless outdoor dining in the city is allowed to continue a want to see what we can do to address that fairly because I want to give every possible opportunity to our restaurants to succeed and survive. At the same time, Comedy clubs want to know why they're not being treated the same as restaurants there still shut down. Governor Cuomo says re opening comedy clubs is too risky due to covert 19 concerns. And the Blossom who says they need to look at the data first. It hasn't been one of the areas we've focused on a lot. But it's an important part of life in the city. Meantime, a proposal by state Senator Michael Generis would allow comedy clubs to open under the same indoor restrictions as restaurants and bowling alleys. Clubs could operated 25% capacity or 50% capacity if no food or beverages are sold in Lisa G. W. R News president Trump says he'll announce his pick for the Supreme Court Saturday at five PM he says it's his job to fill the vacant Constitutional.

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Fresh update on "michael mulgrew" discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

00:07 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "michael mulgrew" discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Late cases inside. The buildings and one city hall agreed with us in their doctors Doctors it was pretty simple to get to an agreement was just a little frustrating. Took that long to switch the whole dynamic of non late to link most people. Just look at the number two four. But that's really what happened and your members. Where do things stand as you gauge them obviously know it can be challenging to do. So but how that your job of course. How do you assess where they're at in terms of their their comfort level especially as the vaccination is happening but we're also seeing the rise of some variants and the cases are decreasing overall. But there's still a significant number of cases have what's the comfort level. How much pushback are you getting on. Some of these changes You know how many teachers are willing to you know no longer go with the waiver that they had previously had to work remotely where we out with that comfort Overall at this point. I think that what we see amongst the membership is they know that we have schumer our word that we all agreed upon last year which is safety first independent independent medical advice and guidance will guide us not any political process. And we've had a lot of fights sticking to those criteria is with the current administration. We've been able to do that. so i think. Overall darrell cake with where they see things going like last friday because of a judge in upstate. New york Sudden state issued dying to go from six feet three feet in a preliminary schools with a process needs to be done before the schools can do that in a membership. Who said that out immediately to the membership what had happened in upstate. In a court in a courtroom and very the response is just make sure everyone does that. We didn't correctly. And that's what we're getting from the memories mining concern now concern all is the number of children. Were not getting back. Bats a big problem. That's a real big problem so we we've proven that we can keep the school system. Say the changing of the criteria on hackles schools should help in terms of the number of schools. It 'cause on a weekly basis but we're also keeping the safety. Because as i said we won't can monitor inside of a building so so aggressively we cannot continue as a school system. Would sixty five percent of the kids still not coming. So i am what i'm trying to stay to all the parents and i'm gonna try to mount a campaign with a lot of people but i understand his health concerns at all time. I understand that. The vague positivity rate among children is going up. We known this will weeks. We've spoken about it and out knee open. We've been very clear The variants the doctors told us the variants were going to cause a problem amongst children and s crew went out to be true because the positivity rate side of the schools while low has not diminished the last six weeks where the positivity rate in the.

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NYC again delays in-person learning for most students

All Things Considered

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

NYC again delays in-person learning for most students

"New York City is delaying the start of in person learning for most public school students. Yet again just three K pre K and district 75 students will return to school buildings on Monday as planned. Elementary schools and those that serve grades kindergarten through eighth grade will resume a week later that high school in middle schools will start in person instruction on October 1st Michael Mulgrew is the head of the city's teachers union. If we're going to do this, we must make sure that we get this right. We want our school system up, running and safe, and we want to keep it up running and safe. School is still beginning on Monday. But with all remote instruction for all students, except those in three K pre K and the special education District, known again as district 75.

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Fresh update on "michael mulgrew" discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

00:04 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "michael mulgrew" discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Welcome to maximum murphy. This is ben. Max from gotham gazette. My broadcast partner. Jared murphy of city limits is off this week on this episode talking with the president of the united federation of teachers. Michael mulgrew about the process of reopening new york city schools about the challenges the opportunities looking right now and ahead head to the possibility of fully reopening schools for in person learning or at least very close to it in september concerns that he and the teacher's union have an also how they are approaching the final months of working with mayor. Bill de blasios challenges. They've had with the mayor. And how they are approaching the race to replace to blasio which is unfolding right now and the. Uft is in the final stages of making its endorsement. In that race the june democratic primary is fast approaching the winner of that primary is all but certain to take offices the next mayor of new york city come january twenty twenty two and you have t is very much hoping to back the eventual winner. So we talked about what's happening with these schools right now and the politics around it. Both with the current mayor and the field of democrats hoping to replace to blasio. Here's our discussion with. Uft president michael mulgrew. Hope you enjoy it. Welcome back to. Maximum murphy grew the president of the united federation of teachers. Uft president mulgrew. How you doing today aren't finding yourself. You do your doing okay Hanging in there so as we talk here In the middle of april. What's your assessment of where the school reopening and school safety discussion is at. We've had some recent changes in terms of schools will be closed due to covid cases. It seems like you and your union sort of You know came along a little bit reluctantly to change some of those rules. How do you assess. We're at right now in terms of school reopenings and school safety for your members and others in school buildings. I am very proud. That new york city is proven that We had safer schools An old parents to know that We work really hard to make sure that has schools have maintained high level of safety to out the changes that we've had about code as we learn more about albeit. We've made the appropriate changes that we've made them not for political reasons but For the medical reason the butman being guided by doctors and doctors recently when we had the school hoses based off of two non. Link aces What we kept telling city all was we don't want to deal with non link cases because what a nonleague case means is that we don't know virus came that's literally what it was and it became a political piece that will go to four or three non line case in our discussion with simple. We don't need to deal with non late cases anymore because we now have enough testing in contact tracing. We need to now look at what we do know what is going on inside of the school. Because the reason we didn't non nonleague was if because we if we weren't jolie would shut the school down but now we have enough s the place that we know what's going on inside the school and we don't want a school spread to happen so let's switch.

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New York City Will Again Delay Start of In-Person Classes for Most Students

Brian Lehrer

03:09 min | 7 months ago

New York City Will Again Delay Start of In-Person Classes for Most Students

"Yeah, Big news Just now. New York City is delaying the return of in person learning for most public school students, K 25 and K 28 students are now scheduled to return to the classroom. On September 29th not this coming Monday as originally planned. Middle schools, high schools and secondary schools will come back on October 1st remote learning for all students will still begin on Monday. Mayor De Blasio says the postponement is disheartening. But necessary. This is a huge undertaking. It is difficult is challenging. It's not the easy way it isn't had, in fact, the hard way, but it's the right way. The city's Department of Education is adding 2500 more teachers to try to make up for a shortfall in staffing. Three K pre K and a district 75 special education classrooms will still reopen. For in person Learning on Monday, and W N Y C is Jessica Gould is here with Mohr on this surprise move. Hey, Jessica. Hi, David. So, just yesterday, the mayor insisted schools were opening on Monday. The 21st. And I guess they still are. But this is a big change. Tell us what you learned. Right? So you just went over the major changes. I have to say. When I tuned into this announcement today, you could tell from the mayor's 2 M that something big was coming and I got a pit in my stomach immediately And after all of this insistence that we were full steam ahead. Of course we're going to open fully on Monday. Now we know we're going to be phased in on Dyken tell you a little bit about why mostly, it comes down to staffing issues. So the issue that has come up repeatedly with principles for months now and you know parents started seeing it yesterday is that there just aren't enough teachers to cover the Blended learning and the remote learning so in person at home, and then the days that kid's air at home when they should be when they're in school, you know, part of the week those air three different categories, and they just haven't been able to make the numbers work. And so now there's more time Tio get those other teachers that they've hired and dispatched out. On board did to bring on more substitutes. Basically what the head of the teacher's union and the head of the principal's Union said was You know, because of this, it just wouldn't be safe to open school fully on Monday. This was done in partnership with the principles and the teachers union this delay and and that's what they think they're going to get from this extra time that they'll be able to deal with it. The staffing shortages and It's not that much extra time. Right? I mean, exactly. This has all been on such an expedited schedule. But it is more time. Andi think the other thing is that you know, all week. We've been hearing from teachers who've been working outside protesting, saying that conditions aren't safe. The head of the teacher's union, Michael Mulgrew says there's been a lot of improvement on P P E and the ventilation systems are getting better. But that's another thing that this extra time will allow.

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"michael mulgrew" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"michael mulgrew" Discussed on 710 WOR

"New York 7 10, W. O R and I aren't radio station. It isthe 70 degrees in eight o'clock and good morning. I'm Joe Bartlett Rally is going to be held outside schools around the city. Today, teachers holding a day of action. They say it's not safe to teach in classroom with the teachers and their union President Michael Mulgrew, not happy about what they feel is a delay in getting people to the classrooms and Corona virus test results. Just taking too long. You would think that With the challenge that we are facing the city would have brought its a game into this week, and some teachers worked outside on Friday and same with today. The union reporting 22 positive cases among educators in person learning is scheduled to start next week. But the teachers union is threatening to delay that I'm Scott Pringle w. Artie's $50 Fines begin today for not wearing a mask on Mt. A buses and trains. Officials say it's needed to keep mass transit safe is more people are returning to work if you forget your master Provide one for you. If you're driving to work, you're gonna have to pay more probably in New Jersey until you see your next easy pass bill with new tolls and effect on the Turnpike Parkway in a C Expressway at 36% Toll hike is an effect on the turnpike 27% increase on the parkway and expressway all to pay for a huge highway plan to widen 15 sections of the parkway in Turnpike and replace a bridge over the Delaware Alice stocked in Rosie needs. It was another violent weekend in the city. Three people killed in shootings and cops arrested a gang member in Queens who opened fire.

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"michael mulgrew" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:56 min | 7 months ago

"michael mulgrew" Discussed on AP News

"If the number of deaths in the Corona virus pandemic each day have been declining in this country, Shelly Adler has Mawr After peaking in early August, the number of daily deaths in the U. S from the Corona virus is declining again. Desk first peeked on April 24th at an average of just over 2200 each day, most coming in the Northeast, then over the summer outbreaks in Texas, California and Florida. Drove Delhi rates to a second peak of just over 1100 on August. 1st, the president of the Union, representing New York City schoolteacher says they will let city public schools open later this month unless the city addresses issues like properly issuing protective equipment, more testing and school cleanings. In a video to the United Federation of Teachers, Union members President Michael Mulgrew chastise city officials for not acting with enough urgency returned the students. The school was delayed until the 21st to continue working on Safety precautions. I'm to McGuire Corona Virus Update. I'm to McGuire with an AP news Minute A survey by the AP and the group Chalk beat raises questions as to why majority white school districts are reopening classrooms while those with majority black and or Latino populations air holding classes online. Maybe Jennifer King has Mohr. There are a number of possible explanations for the racial divide, and one is political. Schools in areas that supported President Trump in 2016, or more likely to open in person. National polls show that black and Latino parents are more likely to be wary of returning to school in person than white parents, reflecting the disparate toll of the pandemic. Other factors included the severity of local virus outbreaks and school districts ability to pay for costly safety precautions. Florida officials say bars will be allowed to reopen a 50% capacity starting Monday. Governor Ron Descente says he's also planning to soon ease restrictions on restaurants. White House On a virus response coordinator Doctor Dever Burke's while on a visit to Alabama questions why so many men aren't wearing masks in that state? I'm Tim Maguire. AP News.

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Union Again Threatens to Delay New York City School Reopening

All Things Considered

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Union Again Threatens to Delay New York City School Reopening

"Says the city is not holding up its end of the bargain to reopen schools safely. Michael Mulgrew is president of the United Federation of Teachers, He says skit schools still do not have adequate cleaning supplies in that cove. In 19 test results for educators are delayed. We understand what we're responsible for, But we also know what you're responsible for. And if you can't make that happen. Before the Children come into schools, then we're not gonna let you open these horse. The city's supposed to prioritize covert 19 testing for students in school staff and conduct random testing when classes start, a spokesperson for the mayor's office told WN My C and gothamist That 95% of tests for school staff have come back within 48 hours. Elected officials

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"michael mulgrew" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:30 min | 7 months ago

"michael mulgrew" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Did you lie to the American people? And why should we trust you Have phraseology didn't lie. What I said, is we have to become, We can't be panicked. No, he didn't like NBC's Jonathan Karl Karl, our buddy. Yeah, but come on. That was a little comfortable voting show Bo and he was definitely showboating, please. And he had some kind words for Bob Woodward, The guy who will got the quotes that during your rally in Michigan, he called him a whack job. The city's teachers union, threatening to lay the start of in person learning at school 16 teachers tested positive for Corona virus, but the United Federation of Teachers says the test results are not coming back fast enough. Michael Mulgrew, the president of the union, says those teachers were tested at the beginning of September and only now are getting their positive results. A group of business leaders calling on the mayor to clean up the city. The executives say the economy will be slow to recovery from Corona virus. Unless these concerns are addressed, they say there's widespread anxiety over public safety, cleanliness and other issues like quality of life. Beginning Monday. $50 Fine is going to be handed out to people not wearing a mask on the subway and bus is empty, says more than 90% of writers are wearing the masks, but They need everyone to comply with the requirement. Officials say it's critical to provide a safe environment and create peace of mind. His business is getting back to normal, and golfer John Daly opening up about his crazy lifestyle. This guy really does have AH, crazy lifestyle. He's already undergone surgery but has been told cancer is likely to return. He's been dealing with bladder cancer. So he said, the surgery he's been told is probably going to come back. So now he's goingto trying to improve his health. Cut down on the 28 cans of Diet Coke. He drinks every day. 28 Diet Cokes and board a cigarette today. She's like So you have bladder cancer. You know, it's really anyways. And the does the president drink a lot of diet Coke? Yeah. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I know what you can today. 20 cans of coke in the bathroom all the time. That's true, by the way, Daly is, you know, I mean, he's a character, he says. They look if cancer comes back. I'm going to live my life. I'm gonna have some fun. So let's get to a Wall Street here in the market has opened higher after.

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Concerns remain over New York City reopening schools

John Batchelor

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

Concerns remain over New York City reopening schools

"Has a number of concerns about New York City schools opening this month. Councilman Mark Trager led a hearing on the matter yesterday. The city school system does not have the adequate resources to safely operational plans, Trager says many students still don't have the technology set up for remote learned. And there are still questions on Corona virus testing in the hearing, teacher, union president Michael Mulgrew said over the next two weeks, school officials will try to get a lot of those issues addressed, but says there are no guarantees. I'm Christine Marks for

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"michael mulgrew" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:56 min | 7 months ago

"michael mulgrew" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Raina hall people he wrote on social media that he was 100% for antifa. And over the past week, there was online video circulating appearing to show him involved in last week and shooting. Fox is math in, authorities say Raina Hall was armed with a semiautomatic handgun. A witness that she saw him opened fire on officers and saw them return. Fire. America is listening to Fox News. Now the latest from 77 c and w on radio dot com on Bob Brown. Police have located the car, which plow through a group of protesters in Times Square last night. Details in WC scarily cast video shows of black sedan ramming a crowd of people calling for justice for Daniel Prude, a mentally disturbed black man who died last March. Awake after being arrested and restrained by police in Rochester, New York, seven cops suspended the Edie says The Times Square car is a police model likely bought at auction, not a cop car there looking for the driver who fled the scene and want to hear from anyone who has heard I'm Sara Lee Kessler for 77 double You ABC News is set to open up the remote learning September 16th and in classroom instruction. September 21st. However, teachers union president Michael Mulgrew Say they may have come to an agreement with city but there are still many questions over the next two weeks. We're going to try to get a lot of the problems that have been already spoken about here. There are 180 school districts in New Jersey, which have had their coroner bias related plans reviewed by the state and then returned for revision, Governor Murphy says. It will still be allowed to start the year off while their plans are being finalised. Note. Commissioner Kevin Deemer and his team are pushing to get every plan approved on time. And I have every confidence that our school year will get off to a safe start. Thanks Ambala Maura in a doubleheader, The Mets hosting the village of City feel that the U. S. Open top seeded Novak Djokovic gets yon Lonard Straw WC news time ago four traffic in transit Up Next Now you're forecasting the Rams you.

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"michael mulgrew" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:10 min | 8 months ago

"michael mulgrew" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Off after Boss President Trump for the side of rights in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Tuesday. Protesters gather along the motorcade route and gave the president a mixed reception. During his visit at a round table discussion, the president was asked what he'd say Jacob legs family. I feel terribly for anybody that goes through that, As you know, it's under investigation. It's a big Thing happening right now. I guess it's under local investigation. The president promised to help. Business is rebuilding Kenosha. CDC directs a hall to render affections in order to prevent the spread of the Corona virus. Trump administration has moved to halt renter eviction stemming from hardships caused by the Corona virus pandemic through the end of 2020, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has declared that any landlord shall not evict any covered person from any residential property for failure to pay rent. Senior Trump Administration officials say the CDC has broad authority to take actions seemed reasonably necessary to prevent the spread of a communicable disease. The CDC move stems from an executive order President Donald Trump issued in early August. Mike Rossi, a Washington Michael Mulgrew, president of New York City's United Federation of Teachers, says he is endorsing the plans to reopen schools for in person learning with stringent Corona virus safety standard. I can say to you now because we have our independent medical experts have stamped this plan. And we now Khun say that New York City's public school system has the most aggressive policies and greatest safeguards of any school system. In the United States of America. There was a protest in Brooklyn worsen. Teachers said they aren't convinced that the city's deal with the union doesn't often prevent virus outbreaks. A new poll shows that a majority of Americans 60% think that the federal government is making the country's recovery from the Corona virus pandemic. Worse more in these stories, the townhall dot com Trading involves financial risk and is not suitable for all investors. Past results do not guarantee future performance stock market Have you nervous with all the massive fluctuations with the markets returning to free Corona virus levels, unemployment rate shifting and the upcoming election it's virtually.

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"michael mulgrew" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 8 months ago

"michael mulgrew" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Order to give teachers time to prepare. Mayor Bill de Blasio has maintained that the city students must have the option to go back in person. After the pandemic. Four schools to close and students remote learn back in March. The plan includes regular testing for covert 19, along with other safety measures to reduce transmission. Michael Mulgrew is the president of the United Federation of Teachers. Independent Medical Experts have stamped this plan. And we now Khun say that New York City's public school system has the most aggressive policies and greatest safeguards of any school system in the United States of America. Classrooms will re open for blended learning September 21st in New York City. College campuses continued to be plagued by Corona virus infections on some college campus is a spike in coverted cases has led to online instruction only at Chico State in California in person learning has been called off and dorms are closing, leaving some students scrambling. Crying and like freaking out because a lot of us don't have places to go. Dr. Deborah Burkes, who heads the White House virus task forces, students have tested positive should be staying at school. Please do not go home and spread the virus to your mom or your dad or your aunts and your uncles. Steve Caven, CBS News President. Trump's been critical of schools not fully re opening in college sports, not going at his scheduled Today, he spoke to the head of one big athletic conference. Trump continues to push for college football to be played this fob after some leagues, including the Big 10 Conference canceled their season's due to the Corona virus pandemic, The president said he spoke today to the commissioner of the Big 10, which includes schools in several Midwest battleground states..

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"michael mulgrew" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 8 months ago

"michael mulgrew" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Party in a dorm room without masks. Several other students agree with UConn's tough stands here. Thought it was great that they got sent home. They definitely need to understand, And they just didn't understand. I don't think it's smart for ever really working for everyone. In a cheeky move, the evicted students recorded the party and posted it on social media for everyone to see. And of course you can did see The Detroit Federation of Teachers votes to hold a safety strike that could stop in person learning for their new school year. Union President Terrance Martin says for months members have been raising concerns regarding the district's re opening plan in this moment is important to know that our members are ready. Available and ready to work urgently in the fall. New York City's teachers unions threatening to strike if strict health criteria is not met. Now yesterday, the president of the union, Michael Mulgrew, Laid out a Siri's of steps to keep teachers safe during the new school year. This includes having staff and students tested for Cove it or showing a positive anybody tests before the school doors even open up way feel that a school is not safe. We've prepared to go to court and to take a job action. And if the court deems that we're breaking the Taylor law, so be it. Mayor Bill de Blasio quick to criticize the union's health checklist, saying the majority of the requests have been worked through and he called it a stunt. I expect every employee of the city of York to remember who they work for families and the kids in New York City. The Department of Education in New York is accusing the Union of Fearmongering. Let's go. The ABS can tell.

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New York City teachers' union speaks out about schools reopening

AP 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 8 months ago

New York City teachers' union speaks out about schools reopening

"Teachers union is demanding that the city implements strict safety rules if schools are toe open, Classroom learning United Federation of Teachers President Michael Mulgrew every single person. Both adult and child who is to enter a New York City public school must have evidence that they do not have the cove. It Virus. Doctors

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"michael mulgrew" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:32 min | 8 months ago

"michael mulgrew" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The city Teachers union, threatening to sit it out 73 degrees from isolated thunderstorms in New York on Bob Round. Now it's trending on 77, wnbc and wnbc radio dot com. Pressure mounting on Mayor de Blasio to delay reopening schools in New York City three weeks from now, foreign person learning the teachers union planning to call a sick out. If there isn't a plan for covert testing for students and staff, BBC Sara Lee Kessler report. There are concerns about covert outbreaks after seeing what's happening in schools in other states, But Mayor de Blasio says we again are one of the strongest places in the country right now when it comes to fighting the Corona virus, and the mayor points to Corona virus precautions, including masking, social distancing and deep cleaning, But with 70% of the learning being done remotely. Teachers union President Michael Mulgrew worries many kids will be left. Behind. You Don't hear the mayor talking about a plan to ensure that every student has their device, Lago says. There's no question of things that make New York City great will keep people in the city following concerns of residence moving out since the pandemic. Come on Murphy, accusing President Trump's campaign of trying to undermine the election after a lawsuit was filed concerning the state's plans for widespread vote by mail. This goes far beyond attempts at weaponizing the United States Postal Service to disenfranchise voters. This is now becoming a full throated propaganda campaign to undermine the election itself. Murphy says The vote by mail in Dropbox setup is designed to keep people safe and avoid spreading covert 19 while protecting their right to vote. White.

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New York City schools not ready to reopen, teachers' union says

Rush Limbaugh

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

New York City schools not ready to reopen, teachers' union says

"New York City Teachers union is calling for strict protocols for in person learning this fall union had Michael Mulgrew says no school should reopen unless a multistep covert plan is adopted. And he says every single Person. Both adult and child who is to enter a New York City public school must have evidence that they do not have the cove. It Virus America. Blasio in school Chancellor Richard Carranza have repeatedly said the schools will open under strict covert protocols for the students who are foreign class learning

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"michael mulgrew" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:21 min | 8 months ago

"michael mulgrew" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"It was approved by Governor Cuomo. However, you have to President Michael Mulgrew thinks a delay for the school year is required. We know we have to start to try to programme our schools if we didn't want to be able to put in all the safety procedures, because that's the only way for us to actually determining for school of faith. If all those things you're in place Which is why, you know there's probably no way we can open school on time. If we're going to do this. The first day is scheduled for September 10th New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announcing the majority of the states. November election will be conducted through mail in ballots were going to. Most importantly, we've learned some lessons, including, we're going to have more presence of drugs, secure drop boxes. Make sure there is that physical in voting capacity, and as it relates to mail in ballots. The good news is in a general election. It doesn't matter what party you're in. Everybody gets a ballot, So we're gonna have a hybrid model in November. We like what we saw. We'll tweak it. On. That's where we're headed, Murphy said. Residents can still go to the polls to vote. No exiting officials have been focusing nearly exclusively on Staten Island for the cove it 19 checkpoints. That's according to a review of city data by the Staten Island Advance. Authorities have stopped more than 1300 vehicles on Staten Island to register travelers returning for more than 30 states who are required to quarantine. For 14 days apart in a queen's backyard, led to violence. Three people shot at a home on 260th Street overnight, 20 year old man in critical condition to other people hospitalized with non life threatening injuries, ABC seven said every year the 9 11 anniversary two massive beams of light going up to the heavens from lower Manhattan but not this year is correspondent Steve Kastenbaum reports. A written statement from the 9 11 Memorial museum said the tribute in lights was being canceled because of health concerns. For the crew that puts it together, it said. Quote. This incredibly difficult decision was reached in consultation with our partners, after concluding the health risks during the pandemic were far too great for the large crew required to produce the annual tribute in lights and quote. They said they would resume this iconic tribute for the 20th anniversary. Ford is recalling edge and Lincoln M K G models due to a potential problem with their brake system. The cars in question are from 2015 through 2018. ABC News Time is 10 03 traffic and weather Next.

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"michael mulgrew" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:50 min | 9 months ago

"michael mulgrew" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Wearing a mask the other days, students will continue remote learning. It's an idea that needs work, according to Michael Mulgrew, the president of the United Teachersfederation, who says working parents are going to need assistance to pull this off. Off. There is another crisis coming at the city of New York and other communities because this blended learning model means that there's Children not coming to school in person everyday. So where there is definitely going to be a child care for Frances, and that's something the city needs to tackle and get on top, and there's proposed model still needs to be signed off on by Governor Andrew Cuomo, who says state officials will make the ultimate decision for the 700 school districts in the state, the first week of August. Laura Ingle Fox News Newsome, Jill NATO Hurricane Douglas is making its way through Hawaii. The storm packing 80 mile an hour winds, and it may dump up to 10 inches of rain in some spots Governor David E. Gay. This is the closest approach that we've had for Herrick ain Probably at least in the last decade. Hurricane watch for the Big island of Hawaii has been canceled, but it is under a flash flood warning. Hurricane Hannah has downgraded to a tropical depression but still hammering the Gulf Coast, possibly unloading as much as 18 inches of rain on parts of South Texas. Matthew Howard lost the boat that serves as his home in Corpus Christi. We're going to do everything we can to rebuild it as best we can make it right again. Governor Greg Abbott issued a disaster declaration form. Or 32 Texas counties because of the storm America's listening Fox News.

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"michael mulgrew" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

03:26 min | 10 months ago

"michael mulgrew" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"We were like that's it. We're on. Madan we can't, we can't. We can't work like this is you don't know enough about this. Remember back then. It was like. Oh, it's only gonNA affect It's a little cold. It's not a big deal and only a small number. We greatly affected. Don't wear masks. Remember everything we're hearing. Yeah! All of it turned out not to be SMART but we. It was I think New York has a different perspective on this and the rest of the country. Because of what we went through. Sadly, we went through it, but I think because of where we who we are, and we're just natural transportation hub, and when the center of so many you know with one of the largest tourist industries I think we were going to. To get hit anyway but new. York looks at this differently and You know we learned lesson. We learn our lessons. We don't repeat mistakes so that's all I'm looking out that experience. It was not a good experience when we look at this differently now than others. This is not a political issue for us. This is a safety issue for us. And so talk about the decision was made obviously students worse at home from schools, and so this huge educational experiment began. Talking about a huge system, obviously lots of different students and schools and teachers, but overall. What was your impression of the distance learning experiment, and how it did given all the challenges faced. How much progress students make did they just tread? Water did lose ground. What's your overall take and how that? That first three weeks. Especially, the first two weeks was so tough. There was no plan in place. Remember, the mayor was fighting to keep the schools open. So there was no plan in place to switch to a remote learning system, so we had hundreds of thousands of students with no devices. We had thousands of teachers without devices they would never been. You know we've never done remote learning we had done. We had done some sort of virtual learning before, but remote learning as we just have done over the past four months was a completely different animal that no one's ever done before. Colleges were saying we have online. That's not what this is engaging a seven year old. in terms of what their lessons should be for the day getting involved engaging school without being socialized, no one had ever tried anything like that, so the first two or three weeks were really do. We was whose hands all hands on deck, and we just spent every minute of the day trying to get teachers who had support. Understood Technology we had them working with other groups of teachers who had no understanding of it whatsoever. We working with the Department of Ed with We do a lot of work with women in need and almost coalition New York. City, we made sure that those children were prioritize to get their devices, I, it was a i. Where we jot to. About a month and a half in. I I was really amazed at the job that teachers and parents did together because then after the first couple weeks, we spent weeks training parents. because. If you have a five year old. I need someone in that household with the five year. Olds who helped me when I'm teaching them? If I cannot be there if you have a child who needs any sort of service like speech are or occupational therapy. I need to teach you how to help your child.

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"michael mulgrew" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

05:18 min | 10 months ago

"michael mulgrew" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Has been Max Galvin Gazette Jarrod. How're you doing today? I'm doing well, are You ben? Doing Okay, Donald K field like There is about as much news as there can be, and ever will be and. Just trying to wave my way through it and figure it all out and decide what we're covering at Gotham. Gazette and how to do it, and it's just. Really a remarkable amount going on your New, York. We used to You are few years over the May at a few years newer to the business, although certainly inexperienced veteran that by now, there was a kind of Halcion time when after July, fourth news really did seem to slow down and you could kind of. Take take longer lunches and. Things forbid not miss very much, but that is certainly not the case. These days least not New York City. Yeah, I'm hoping I'm like eyeing August for maybe a little bit of a a slowdown, but who knows the I feel like there were a few summers like that several years ago and we haven't really had one in the last few years so I'm not counting on it this summer, but really just an incredible pace of things going on and I'm excited because we have two different segments on today's show to really important topics that have been in the news, quite a bit Sean really looking. Looking forward to today's show in just a few minutes, we're going to be joined by the president of the United. Federation of Teachers You have t Michael Mulgrew. That's the Teacher's union here in New York City and he'll join us to discuss the idea of reopening. New York City schools in September in the mayor made some big announcements about that today so very much looking forward to that conversation, and then just a little bit at five thirty. We'll be joined by chief Jeffrey Majuri. Who is the new NYPD chief of the Community Affairs Bureau so we'll get a chance to talk with him about police community relationships. Yeah and as you mentioned both topics very much the news, and and really at the top of headlines in more so that we expected book the show a couple of days ago, Mayor de Blasio in Catholic Ron's today announcing. As much detail as anyone has yet announced about what the fall night looked like for New York City's nearly one million public school children, a plan that is very much, still being formed at the margins and the edges and probably interior, too, but the idea being that schools will not be one hundred percent that there will be some in person learning media couple of days week. And learning five days a week for all students, parents can opt to go online only. Like that, we will have a mix. Parents will will know that everyone who is in new. York City School Parent received a survey a few weeks back. About what kind of approach with like do you want to do one week on week off, which is to do only online, which would like to have a few days here and there in a few days, not in person to schools and the option they appear to be leaning toward now at least is the having a few days each week in school in a few days out but obviously there is a lot more about that. Plan some something to be said from the man in Albany who has repeatedly through this crisis..

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"michael mulgrew" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"michael mulgrew" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is not about suggesting that a woman who comes forward should not be believed apps proof. This is about a proof that a witness who came forward committed perjury in the grand jury Evans, attorney said the prosecutors, abandon her client, and the fact that they decided to drop the charge does not invalidate the truth of the actresses claims. A new report says the city's internal watchdog a retaliated against two whistleblowers who objected to his actions. WNYC Shawn Carlson has more an independent investigator found that department of investigations Commissioner Mark Peters, overstepped his thirty by taking control of an agency tasked with policing corruption in city schools went to officials at that agency complained that his move was a legal Peter's fired them the report recommended the officials be reinstated with back pay and that Peter's apologize in writing for discourteous and unprofessional behavior. Peter says he has agreed to those terms the agency Peter's tried to annex will remain independent the city and the teacher's union have agreed on a new labour contract months before the current wants set to expire the deal was lauded by both sides for giving teachers more respect and compensation. It includes pay raises and ways to have a greater say in school policy. Also, put a stress test in place for perspective employees union. President Michael Mulgrew says the city hires thousands of teachers each year and struggles to keep them. This is a very difficult profession. We are in a high stress environment in at a lot of times here in new. City. We welcome that as educators. But it's not for everyone. City officials say the stress tests will be the first in the country for teachers home prices in Brooklyn and queens, or once again hitting record highs, but it may not last much longer. Cranes reports that low numbers of houses on the market and high demand from buyers boosted medium home prices in the two boroughs on the last quarter. But reporter Joe Nudo says the actual number of sales has decreased suggesting home prices could hit a ceiling can't possibly continuous especially when you look at the Gulf between how housing prices have grown compared to incomes which have not kept pace nudist as rising federal interest rates could also affect future, home prices and federal tax reform could make it more expensive to own property in high tax states, like New York do expect clouds this morning gradual clearing today with a high near sixty eight degrees. This is WNYC. It's seven oh seven. Support for NPR comes from Amazon prime video with the Romanovs a new series from the creator of madman. Starring Diane lane. Aaron Eckhart Christina Hendricks and Isabel who pair a new episode every Friday on prime video the key to the midterm elections is in the palm of your hand..

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