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"milwaukee public school" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:28 min | 2 months ago

"milwaukee public school" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"You think that thing's in Milwaukee public schools are about to get better? This is what you never want to hear this sentence. Brower and Kelly, members of the Milwaukee chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America are running on a socialist slate backed by the Milwaukee Teachers Education Association, the union for MPs staff, just in case you thought that things were gonna get better, yes. Alex Brower, the director of Wisconsin Alliance for retired Americans, and Kelly. Kelly. Kelly. I just saw where she was running. Well, whoever she Dana Kelly, she is the she is North side, rising organizer. Dana Kelley is running for Milwaukee. School board. I'm not telling you who to vote for, But I will tell you never under any circumstances vote for someone who is a Democrat Socialist of America and be back by the Milwaukee Teachers Union. The reality is unfortunately in the city of Milwaukee, you are likely to see a choice between left And farther left. This is why it is so fundamentally important. In communities that aren't Milwaukee that aren't Madison. To ensure that people Who have similar sympathies, who have similar political beliefs to the far left radicals who are running in cities like Milwaukee, and oftentimes are Milwaukee or Madison or liberal suburbs there of transplants. It's important to make sure that these people aren't getting elected in any capacity, and I really do wish to the best of my ability. I do try to weed through some of these local races. But folks, you've got to understand that there are simply too many, especially when it comes to school board. For me to be able to devote time on this program where we always seem to be running short on time. That's why it is so. So so important. Do the research to ensure that you're not actually unwittingly voting for people like this, I think in the Milwaukee County Circuit Court race, we talked about that very briefly between Susan Roth and Katie Kagel. A lot of people would look at that ballot as a conservative. Who are these people? That's why it's important to talk about at least the races that have more wide ranging significance. And that's why in about 10 minutes or so we're going to talk with Shelly Grogan, great conservative running off for the second District Court of Appeals against incumbent Jeff Davis. There are 12 counties that this seat represents. One of them is not Milwaukee County. Guess where. Jeff Davis lives Milwaukee County. He's a Tony Evers appointee, and that's pretty much all you need to know. But Shelly Grogan is a great constitutional conservative. She's got my back in before we get to that. However, it is time to take a look back. At the stories that shaped us the stories that made us who we are, as in American society, but you might not have learned in school. It's a segment we call forgotten history. America's.

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"milwaukee public school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

14:37 min | 1 year ago

"milwaukee public school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Well a south on forty three also quite right at twelve minutes brown deer to the mark Katz but a lot of good WTMJ pellet up do I got contacts over traffic all right thank you very much Debbie so even mention there's a school in the area this is just coming in that story elementary schools in the area mark at high schools in the area this from the Milwaukee public school district current families of students at Milwaukee public school story school can pick up their children buses are available to take students home no students will be allowed to walk home families can pick up students from the school and students can take their bus home families can continue to call story school receive updated information so that just a few moments ago so apparently story school will allow students to go home a lot of parents to pick them up Charlie Davidson had been on lockdown earlier it does not appear that Harley is on lock down any longer Miller cores we're not sure if that remains on lockdown or not the medical examiner's office interestingly enough saying that they have not yet been called out to the scene we're looking now at Sir pictures from the scene and audio just came and I saw it on channel four's feed of the first calls that were made dispatch saying reports of an active shooter at Miller cores and that's when people began to respond that's when law enforcement began to show up in force and in mass and Greg this picture we've been looking at all afternoon I can not believe how much law enforcement remains on the scene this is unlike anything I think I've ever seen yes of the first report that the first of that I received came in about two thirty so you can only imagine that the shooting took place a little bit before that somewhere maybe in the early two o'clock hour and it it's just it's spread and becomes involving situation the communication between the police department and the what we're told to the police department and the tactical units I mean just it was like a quickly developing scene to the point where it is now and and and I don't see too many get a vehicle leaving the scene in terms of you know armed personnel ambulances fire trucks M. P. D. Y. what price of P. D. are right it it seems to be a if not growing presence in houses dot EDU we talked about this being somewhat of a neighborhood there is caution tape that goes through right through somebody's front yard and the people in front yards holding assault rifles ready to you know have to plan in trying to figure out what the next step is how would you like that look at your living room window and that's the situation this is as much an industry area as it is a residential neighborhood so great we're looking at live pictures now members of the U. S. Marshall with helmets and long rifles walking toward the entrance to the mall some course complex and I would say there's twenty guys there and they're walking up that hill we've all been on that street on State Street and they're walking towards the entrance at the same time that it looks like employees are now beginning to forcing a lot of employees all of a sudden just right now employees are walking out in it I know exactly where this is done they're leaving the main headquarters building off of highway and so if you could picture of just to the east or just to the west of the main building is a a multi tiered parking structure and we are seeing some employees in between the the main building off highland and that parking structure walking down a hill it's all a contained campus we saw about four of five armed police officers walk into that building about five minutes ago and now it looks like people are being diverted in mass this is not just a couple of feet people it's a steady stream of dairies walking through from the main headquarters off of highland you can tell that they have just been released likely it is a steady stream of people those US marshals I mentioned a moment ago are sitting outside the gate now it's almost like they're there to make sure that that safe passage takes place and now the marshals are actually coming into the complex it's quite a picture so there are a team of law enforcement heavily armed and helmeted coming into the malls and course complex some of them even with it looks like riot shields coming into the complex at the same time that employees are being allowed to leave many of the employees look like they don't have their jackets on maybe they weren't allowed to go to their locker or their work area but they are now beginning to leave to recap for you really quickly the journal Sentinel reporting that seven people have been killed at Molson cores in the Miller valley a disgruntled employee according to several sources showed up began firing and that employee is also no longer alive it is a crazy scene and if you're in that area it has been absolutely nuts this afternoon and nerve wracking W. T. M. J.'s Melissa Bahr clay has been in contact all afternoon with people working down there I you know it's something that you always prepare for but you hope you never have to do it I just got off the phone with the vice president of development of communication at Penfield children's center Jason Perry there about a mile a mile and a half away from at the Molson Coors facility in in that area but this was their reaction when they first heard about the active shooter situation what they're seeing in their neighborhood you know it was a couple things we I mean we heard the news kids from families that were stopping by to pick up children from our staff that does the majority of the work out in the field working with families in their homes and obviously just following the news online and whatnot we we we caught on pretty quickly and and heard about this just truly awful are you on lockdown how are you responding to this no you know we have we are at work but the amount a half from the primal thing cores so we we we have opted not to be a lockdown right now we do have a you know we we've we've always had a security team here in place to keep an eye on the neighborhood and anything that might impact our staff who's coming and going quite frequently to and from the building we do have a number of external cameras that we just have to keep an eye on things in the neighborhood and you know with the proximity and discussions internally with our team we thought was best not to get locked up today to see what would your message be to parents listening right now to ease their fears and concerns but we you know what I mean at some you know it travel travel safely you know it from it into an awful event that were were our hearts and prayers go out to all of our friends at multi cores we've truly a wonderful group of individuals we we truly feel for them today you know it's it's come at a number of people in today's today's can be really hard what about the parents that have children at your facility you know what we found that the beauty of the relationships we have with the families were very open were able to talk about these kind of events and family have questions you know we're always happy to provide content for how they can make sure they get their loved ones safely to and fro from Penfield we're finding that our families are more sharing with us with their hearing right now so it's they it's been very helpful to keep us apprised of everything that's going on inside president development communication it can feel children center Jason Perry they are at eight thirty three north twenty sixth street so get there about a mile a mile and a half away from the malls in course area but still you know you always have a plan which I hope you just don't have to use that yep that's a good way to put it in this afternoon a lot of plans being put into place a lot of people being tested the latest for you from the Miller valley is that an active shooter situation seven people dead according to the walkie journal Sentinel sources in law enforcement telling me it is six but it could go higher let's go to Andy Schwartz law enforcement consultants long time employee of the Milwaukee police department any I I wanted to start with this we see lots of law enforcement still on the scene lots and lots as you would imagine but we're also beginning to see imply he's leaving and it's quite a picture is you see law enforcement coming out into the complex it looks like an employee's finally being able to be released does that tell you anything about the status of white what might be happening there as far as security at the scene where it starts target but I hope it is that you know you know a little about them fully the Baltic over a thousand people I should get working out when this when this occurred at that that every single person has to be introduced to some extent but you know the the police will sort them out into group sales did you see anything did you hear anything all objects in my office I'm sure he the police will follow up with the suspect constantly identifying and are able to contact the people and say do you remember anything he might have sold you know they'll they'll do that work as the as the hours go by but for right now you know if they're letting people out I think that that it's safe to say he feels very secure at this point also you know it John when you when you see the scene itself and you don't see people running around in and officers brandishing rifles and things like that that that was fairly early that we that we thought that the scene how kind of you know how it kind of fell down the steps at least in the exterior you know it's not that we're seeking child hunger but it seems to me again I don't know what's happening inside according to a right now I emailed that when I when I hear people use the word was very confusing inside it's not it's not a and what the officers have been discovered the casualties order the thing that that that officers are trained to do is to help the counsel to the plaintiffs with going in clearing the building because if there if there were to be another shooter then they have to then they have to be determined that although it applying my information is that there it's not that it's not believed to be a second shooter but you'll see a lot of our bomb squad showing up in one of the things I can tell you about that is that often in the third the third party to active shooter incidents you'll see that that'll be a secondary explosive device that perhaps they shouldn't be behind the pool B. trap to law enforcement so is this you know a lot about their and get out kind of a thing this is a very measured approach that one forty includes getting to the scene hold on a second anti the journal Sentinel reporting that seven people have been shot it's an active shooter situation earlier today at the Molson course facility in the Miller valley and you want to ask you so the first responder show up and their first job is to identify the gunmen make sure people are safe to that sort of thing now if we're shifting to investigating looking at evidence continuing to secure the scene do those same officers has shifted to that do some of them still do that do they all now go and debrief and talk to their supervisors and different teams come in and handle the processing of the scene how does that part of it work well everybody has a job that could change jobs are the ones who think that they can look what that's their job is to go in to clear the scene it's going on and determine if other victims or other shooters what team does what we commonly know it's that that's what she said with a helmet I thank you also have to have a little bit it is but the seniors in faith while the evidence gathering people to come in the ticket tactics that come with a look at the feeling that they have seen hundreds out into their career and they know what to look for when they show what they know that you can't just take it for granted if let's say you know what the the the you believe that one of the people who is deceased as the shooter there's a lot of work that goes into determining that you know that's the best feeling what's what's going on right now is that the gathering evidence and also still looking to make sure that there is still kind of ancillary explosive device or trap that was left for law enforcement bodies you in its grip man sick with so many different units on site is there a central point of communication that somebody could radio to somebody else that always say for Hey we found something and and who is that central hub for communication you know it looks but I can tell you that it's fine it's the generation is it is not it's not chaotic when it comes to receiving information alkaline you saw the Waukee police Coachella that is where the information is centralized one person is the incident commander all information flows through that incident commander and then she'd inside that that that would impose and that is how the information is it still about and and and received some people who are going to place it on the street any how do they decide when they release the scene when they open things up when certain units begin to peel back and get out of the way and get out of the area well you know you have a think about how long it takes John when there is a in homicide one victim in a in a in a residential house and how long are they on the scene at the White House one eight a homicide happens just one the interview date of workers and you know it the this is gonna be a long night for those those officers who are out at that in you're going to have my my protection is your bill back in to Morrow morning when you're doing a morning update and and they're all still going to be there this is a massive investigation because it is if the numbers are correct are there this is a homicide scene touch any shorts is with us and 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Milwaukee teacher put on leave after tweeting that Rush Limbaugh's cancer is 'awesome'

Michael Brown

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Milwaukee teacher put on leave after tweeting that Rush Limbaugh's cancer is 'awesome'

"From the blaze Milwaukee public schools place a teacher on leave after he tweeted that conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh quote absolutely should have to suffer from cancer it's awesome that he's dying and hopefully it is as quick as it is painful number sixty nine else Monday he's been diagnosed with advanced lung cancer Milwaukee school of the arts teacher Travis rondo's posted the tweet W. I. T. I. reported citing a statement from Milwaukee alderman Bob Donovan Serrano's teaches English the Milwaukee journal Sentinel said and done of any ran twice as a Republican for state assembly the nineteen eighties when Sarah does the discipline of the I. S. and

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"milwaukee public school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"milwaukee public school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"A fiery crash on canton island a small island with few residents investigators I don't believe anyone on the ground was hurt in the, fire, does, not pose. A threat to anyone it does not appear the man. Who stole the plane survived the crash The best, competitive eater will try to set a new world record when it comes to cheese Kurds at. The state fair today Joey chestnut considers himself an athlete amount of time and energy and I put into it the way I can see. Myself improve by then the competition aspect, his skills will be put to the test at noon as, he and others, will, try, to eat, as many. Cheese Kurds in six minutes he tells Wisconsin's afternoon news his strategy even with my left hand while drink. Water with right hand, it'll be warm water open a cheap overly breakdown Down a little bit easier, it will be as first time. Eating an. Actual cheese curd and the winner will set a new world record rusty. Mellberg WTMJ news as the Milwaukee public school district gears up for a new school year Monday. Today will be the chance for middle school and high school students to enroll if they aren't already the enrollment fair will be at the district central services. Building envelope from eight till four it is also a chance, for parents to address changes sped referrals and and accept alternative school applications the hunger task force. Supplies food to eighty different food pantries soup kitchens and homeless shelters in Milwaukee county every month contrary to what you may think fraud rates. For the program are low the last, time there was an audit of the food stamp program by, office of inspector general, in, the state of Wisconsin We knew Three You can hear more from hunger task for, CEO Sherry, Tusla Sunday morning at eleven AM on WTMJ's, conversations sports traffic and weather are next news time, seven, zero. Four today's coverage.

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"milwaukee public school" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"milwaukee public school" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Public schools wants the busing started this lost this created a huge loss of the financing base of these schools and also drove population out so the schools became faced faced all sorts of challenges that weren't there in the first place if we simply would have focused on improving the quality of the schools for black kids rather than feeling as though the problem was somehow one of transportation that somehow if a black kid who lives at a central city if a community went to a school seven miles away he'd suddenly get a great education it was always a bad idea this is how pretty much accepted take a community like milwaukee there's no point in busing for the purposes of racial balance because there's virtually no white kids laughter is the racial balance the milwaukee public school system is by and large african american and somewhat latigo some white kids not a lot and we've all seen the damage that was that in many black leaders now acknowledge that forced school busing was a terrible idea that we should have done was invest the money on schools in the central cities build them up prop them up make them stronger rather than take all of the kids out of their communities and send them off into areas where you not only a controversy about their involvement but we didn't do anything to change the quality of the education they received so the people who'd how many many years later see school busing failed we can say i told you so what good is it you the left has long since moved on and the public schools in these big cities are essentially destroyed in other words the truth always comes out bill clinton's misconduct the truth is out some people may look the other way and it we all know what this we we all know what the case guide to bill clinton.

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"milwaukee public school" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"milwaukee public school" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"By the milwaukee public school system to to take insurance from your spouse they actually pay you whether you have insurance or so yeah let's go back to administrators for a second hundred thousand dollar a year administrators that have the number of them has doubled in the last ten years the number of teachers from what i understand from your reporting has has gone down by about a third and the number of students has declined by ten thousand exactly so you know three hundred fifty six administrators employed today by nps we know the salary of almost all of them so of those folks who salary we know like you said that bridge is over a hundred thousand dollars a year compared to last year it was just under a hundred thousand so they you know administrators on average between two thousand sixteen and seventeen saw two and a half percent growth in their salary wage good for them in central office not in a school not principles these are central office administrators they do not work with kids in the classroom the average salary there vicki's seventy eight folks one hundred and eleven thousand dollars more than push paper hundred twelve thousand dollars to push papers to file papers to be an administrator and this is somehow improving the quality of education how ola beats me beats me you know so there are a number of solutions that could go after this is a question it's not about how much money they got just like the governor said this is a question of political will you know you look at the administrative size and salary you look at the benefits the post employment benefits you look at the facilities all of that compounds and makes it increasingly clear that you cannot spend your way out of the crisis this bad you know nowhere left to cut not almost eighty people sitting in central office making an average of a hundred and eleven thousand dollars and certainly not when the per capita income in milwaukee county is less than twenty six thousand dollars yeah so you can get twelve to fifteen percent of.

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"milwaukee public school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"milwaukee public school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Again a feeling store suppliers so you're slow paying or you're not paying him all so the suppliers stop sending you goods so you don't have as much inventory because suppliers aren't gonna front you as much because they're afraid that you're going to go bankrupt so you get into this kind of death spiral where you're trying to figure out a way to improve sales but you've got fewer people they're selling you've got less goods to sell and it ends up you know you end up circling and eventually you end up going down the drain nps is facing an issue like this the milwaukee public school system which is an extremely large school system like seventy six thousand students faces very unique challenges to other school districts in the state you know many of the kids that go to m p s come from fractured family backgrounds i think that would be fair to say you've got issues of poverty that are there you've got single parent households you've got unemployment perhaps this running through the family so you've got all these social issues overlaid on the tip the problem of trying to teach kids what's happening with nps is even though nps has a relatively high per pupil spending you haven't seen the results and the truth of the matter is i i don't know that it's nps is fault on m p ps to me is a classic example of where over the years why you know high per pupil spending doesn't guarantee educational results it also is an example to me of just throwing money at the problem doesn't help spur nps right now is caught in one of these these spirals what's happening is that more and more parents are choosing you've got declining enrollment part of that might just be you know the the population and the way the population shifting fewer kids that's happening i look at my alma mater nicolay high school just recently embroiled in old sex scandal that's an embarrassment but you i mean my graduating class nicolay in the seventies i think we had over five hundred kids now is probably to fifty it's just there's not as many kids going to a lot of.

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"milwaukee public school" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"milwaukee public school" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Certainly in parkland that a federal order on discipline had a dramatic impact in the reduction of this of the safety in parkland schools and we certainly know that that is true in madison schools in the milwaukee public school system what can the state of wisconsin do because you're talking about those police officers are going to be there to talk to have relationships with schools what can the state of wisconsin do when milwaukee says well we just entered into a consent decree with the federal government that says we're we're not supposed to call the cops on problems and we're not supposed to have arrests made even when students sometimes act violently in criminally what can the state of wisconsin do about that well i think ultimately decisions about what happens in schools should be a local issue and hopefully they the department of education under president trump is going to continue to back away from some other really meddlesome policies that the obama administration department of education had where they substituted their judgment for what local school districts are doing they backed away on some of those things already and i i hope to see that more and the trump administration has already indicated it is not a fan of having the federal government enter into so many of these consent decrees with welcome yes apologies that really put the federal government in charge of how how local issues are managed yeah i don't disagree with you but she hasn't done betsy devos hasn't done that yet and the department of education is still shaking down school districts to shutdown discipline the what happens is what we saw happen at i lost count on how many different reports that were of students with guns in schools now maybe they were replica bb guns but they look exactly like guns or actual guns in schools in wisconsin and so you know you've got the you've got the the risk of a mass shooter to worry about right you've got that risk to worry about the other risk for school safety our kids who are actually engaged in criminal activity who are not being taken out of the environment creating chaos and possibly causing violence mickey i going to get out of my lane a little bit if i get into that kind of stuff we can deal things we can and that's always move forward with.

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"milwaukee public school" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"milwaukee public school" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Largest fits gone rogue in terms of being so soft in so lenient on this issue of participation by criminals it requires the state association i think to step ahead unless we're simply going to say that we're not gonna let 'em ps play any schools outside of milwaukee because the rest of the schools in the state should not have to put up with the miserably low standards that are set by the milwaukee public school system it allowing a guy like this the participate now i wanna make a couple of other comments at this i'm sure the people who disagree with me at nps will say the following i could hear him say already luck you ought to guarantee that dante long gets involved in a life of crime take basketball away from him this is the guy who's got an incredible future he's almost certain to get a division one scholarship from somebody particularly given the fact that he's not even kicked out of high school there isn't a college that isn't gonna take a chance outta guy with this kind of talent he has the potential to go to a major college get a free ride and go into the nba why take that away from him your one chance that you get to the turn this guy into a productive citizen he's the keep playing basketball so that he doesn't go back onto this path of cribe and i'm sure that's what they would say the problem with that is twofold you could say that about anyone you simply saying that that a talented athlete gets a pass on committing violent crimes or criminal acts and others would not you could say that to somebody who was a talented band student or a kid that was televised in the theater where a kid that was talented hip hop you could say that i want anyone will why take it away from him but that's the then nobody ever would be punished for anything if the idea is that punishment would take away from them the only incentive to stay on the straight and narrow the second problem with this this is bigger than just the.

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"milwaukee public school" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"milwaukee public school" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Law and everyone knows that we have a crisis in the state of wisconsin of young people being involved in drugs and a separate crisis mostly in southeastern wisconsin of so many teenagers involved a carjacking auto theft and armed robbery the vast majority of them commit their acts when they are still juvenile's because the juvenile system is even softer than the adult system in the case of long he says he committed his crimes and he was seventeen he was charged and convicted as an adult by continuing to go soft and guys like deonte law and you're sending a profound message to all the other kids in milwaukee who might be thinking about committing a crime that i'm gonna get away with it so you end up in your attempt to salvage the anti log losing a lot of other kids by eliminating any notion of deterrence there is no deterrent to being an a car jacker or an armed robber if you are a milwaukee teenager the deterrent doesn't exist because we don't do anything to you in the case of law and even if you give him the soft sentence the payroll on gave him if you at least kicked off the basketball team and required him to demonstrate he could turn himself into a decent human being and then maybe try to resume his basketball career two three years down the road you would at least send a message out that there would be at least some consequence instead log is a walking breathing example of the current reality in milwaukee particularly in the milwaukee public school system that there's no consequences for anything then they get up in the yellow about the nra and they get up with all the claim all the republicans in the state don't care about guns don't care about this don't care about that don't care about the other thing when they are allowing a gun criminal to walk into an nps school every day and not even take it high school sports participation away for him what would you have to do to get kicked off at nps team and that's the thing.

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"milwaukee public school" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"milwaukee public school" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"From the podcast center and we're back so think about this guys we have the expectation that we're supposed to be very very upset outraged over things that just frankly do not matter it does not matter what happens at a philadelphia starbucks it does not matter what j feeley tweets out it does not matter what kanye west says it does not matter which twain says none of this matters so we're expected to be paying attention to and caring about these things meanwhile we have a one hundred percent dysfunctional congress it's one hundred percent dysfunctional we have an unconstitutional investigation taking place that has no restraints on it and has no end date to it that is investigating everybody under the sun who ever even thought about supporting president trump who has any amount of power or any amount of money we have had zero attention on any of the of the disasters that have continued to befall america courtesy of evergrowing government i'll give you one twelve to fifteen percent of milwaukee public school children proficient in reading and math at any given grade level these things are actually happening and those aren't any of the things that you're supposed to care about in fact if you care about those things you're obviously some kind of weighing not racist who just isn't woken up to understand why you really should be carrying about konya west or jaanus or something else like that that's where we are that's what our elite betters have told us is important ignore things that mean something that are important and pay attention to the bread and circuses and the crumbs they are throwing your way sheriff david clarke retired sheriff david clarke is on the phone right now to talk about all of this and i want to start david with twelve to fifteen percent of milwaukee public school children are proficient proficient in reading and math and you wanna know how many people walked out of school on friday to protest that how about none zero in fact the best we could get from anybody who is supposed to be in control of this process of education was well this is just unacceptable we're just we're just not going to accept this any longer all the while we do.

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"milwaukee public school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"milwaukee public school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Students and snap outside milwaukee's riverside high school nps has a big big problem with her budget as we reported a thirty million dollar budget gap next year this thing could go to as high as one hundred and seventy plus million dollars in five years you don't think that's a problem for a school district that's challenge in many many ways and now we know of course the superintendent their driver will be leaving in july she leaves us with this this budget mess that we have to figure out one of the things she's proposing is the change the busing services for about a thousand students and what are the other ones and i want to talk about this a little bit is the changing the healthcare plan for employees but before i do that too so we understand what we're talking about here we have a budget that's challenge with the milwaukee public school district i have nothing against the teachers of the school district but i do i will ask of them to make the same sacrifices that the private sector has made for many years those of us in the private sector giving up some of our health care benefits we paid more for those benefits some cases people lost pensions or patches were downsize that's the reality of the private sector in nps one of the reasons superintendent driver was trying to make changes to the busing plan is trying to generate enough money to pay for cost of living increase of two point one three percent for all the employees in the district and also as part of that bring up the district's lowest paid workers to a minimum wage of fifteen dollars an hour in a sense social engineering the call for for a minimum wage hike when you're faced with budget challenges whether it's a city whether it's a school district i don't care where it is you have a certain amount of money that you have to spend you're allowed to spend you have to make that budget work it's disingenuous and i would argue dishonest to make tax payers pay for a cost of living increase for employees or to ask them to pay for a fifteen dollars minimum wage in the context of a thirty million dollar budget gap while we all hope that employees can make raises every year and that.

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"milwaukee public school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"milwaukee public school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Degrees in west bend it's thirty one degrees in oak creek thirty two in milwaukee it's thirty three degrees coming up at three fifty some things you might not know about the frank lloyd wright's trail this is going to be pretty cool so we got to thinking about all the openings are are in big time jobs and offices in milwaukee milwaukee public school superintendent dairy and driver talking to us exclusively yesterday announcing that she is resigning her post so that post is open we're looking for a milwaukee police chief right now there's an interim chief we're looking for a milwaukee county sheriff right now there's an interim sheriff the us marshals position has also been open for quite some time milwaukee mayor tom barrett talking to wisconsin's afternoon news about all those posts being open interesting because i've been in my position for life period and i would say in the last six months we've had probably the greatest number of people turning over in jobs in the last fifteen years and it might just be cyclical could be something if you think about life all interrupt things are gonna and i look at it as a chance to inject some fresh blood and some new ideas because i think i think anytime you change you can also have some good things happen as well milwaukee mayor tom barrett i never really thought about it that way the mayor saying if you think about it in life were all interim i guess in some ways that is definitely true by the way an update on a couple of these the milwaukee police and fire commission will soon decide whether or not they opened the doors to a new police chief right away or leave the inter mouthon morales in there through the rest of chief flynn's term and scott walker yet to determine whether or not he will appoint a new sheriff in milwaukee county or lead the interim sheriff in there it is three forty.

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"milwaukee public school" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"milwaukee public school" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"I comment earlier in the week that i've got people challenging me on and the fact that people didn't know this i think is an interesting topic and then i'm gonna after in that get to the next segment that i was mentioning about this thing with the dnr and not wanting to let people know what's going on with regard to flake flat upside down and so what i made a throwaway comment and a throwaway comment you know i'm just talking here and i'll say something and it's not a topic it's just something that i said some people here let me fascinated by it can you hear me say that saint anthony's of milwaukee is the largest catholic school in the united states why said it i said it maybe it was monday when you were here or maybe you weren't paying attention or just throwing it out as part of some other point on sunset or at other i wanna make a couple of points about that that like hardly anybody knows that we have done so much discussion rightfully so about the problems of the milwaukee public school system and i number one of the less for drawing attention to the problems of nps that there are people who really aren't aware that we have thousands and thousands and thousands of kids in milwaukee and the near in suburbs going to non public schools and some of them have got to be very large it's kind of an uncovered story by the media because the media does it water report children escape rotten under performing public school system and find a future i'm not even going to go through all the names of these schools but some of them the numbers just unbelievable i don't know the enrollment numbers and saint marcus which is which is lutheran it gets a little bit confusing because when you hear saint generally think catholic but some of the lutheran churches use the name saint also say marcus is got some lutheran background to put multireligious packing and so on for that one that's on located campuses on the north side saint anthony's on the near south side and keeps expanding saint augustine is now actually open sade augusta will become one of the largest schools of any type in the united states public or private now obviously not everybody who goes to these schools is going to be a scholar and not everybody who goes.

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"milwaukee public school" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"milwaukee public school" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"You say that we don't know it because it's such an unthinkable occurrence that that would occur what i think it's fair to say is that in most cases it would be irrelevant because they'd be kicked out of school they just be expelled but nps can expel all of their criminals because as we know the student enrollment is declining precipitously as it is you get rid of the criminals out of p s my goodness gracious be ghost town and some of those schools so he's that expelled even though he's a convicted felon so we now go to the sports rules that determine whether or not he can be on the sports team now as i say you might suggest that if this is in the suburbs it would be an automatic thing but i don't know and the reason we don't know is that this is i can't think of any case like this we know of certainly kids that have been convicted of misdemeanors or there might be a drug possession charge or something like that i can't think of a case in which you had a guy convicted of armed robbery during a season to be able to test but what is occurred in any other circumstance well that's why i'm saying i don't know what the answer is one would hope that you have a higher level of standard of just general decency and the other school districts around here then exists at the milwaukee public school system it's five thirty news talk eleven thirty wins it's time for rapid traffic accident gone delays still there ninety four southbound at highway g racine county delays all the way back to the airport spur in milwaukee county twelve minutes late new ryan i forty one southbound getting better but still seeing brake lights from just before north avenue down over the zoo interchange into beloit road good hope road to the zoo twenty minutes zoo to the hail nine to ten minutes if you've seen any other issues or problems call the total traffic tip line.

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"milwaukee public school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"milwaukee public school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The morning it's eleven nineteen this tracy johnson on wtmj this week as i'm filling in for steve square feet e were highlighting amazing people in our community who are supporting the causes that keep our community vibrant and and going not just during the holiday season but throughout the year and today we've got with us john kersey and tina chain we're talking about the milwaukee public school foundation thank you for being here today thank you tracy so the milwaukee public school foundation the mps foundation when when was this founded with us in two thousand fourteen when dr driver came to town will actually the foundations been i think was founded probably back in the 1980s and it was kind of a dormant foundation so when we got together and to thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen we kind of picked up this this shell and and and because all the the bylaws and whatnot were were all established and so we we we kind of reactivated a rejuvenated that that foundation so in its newest form i think we've been around since really early two thousand fifteen so inc antena we were talking earlier about the importance of public money and private money being brought together to really synergies the efforts of the mps foundation he took a little bit more about that sure so it's no surprise as i had mentioned that that school districts around the nation are being challenged from a budget perspective and mps has seen our share of it as well but but more importantly not only bringing private money together with public money.

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"milwaukee public school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"milwaukee public school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Center the two years state spending plan has been signed surrounded by students teachers and lawmakers governor walker put pen to paper at an elementary school in nina today that leader school district two small rural districts across the state to the milwaukee public school system which was the biggest mistake this by banks major major investments of support for education in the state of wisconsin the budget increases state aid for k twelve schools but also expands the private school voucher program it freezes tuition at uw campuses and increases funding for higher education as republicans rushed to repeal and replace obamacare late night tv host jimmy kimmel talked about criticism he gotten over last night's monologue in which kimmel's said senate bill cosponsor bill cassidy lied to him and our coverage of preexisting conditions and no lifetime cast jimmy kimmel continued to challenge senator bill cassidy over the senate's latest attempt at repeal and replace after his first monologue where he said cassidy lied to his faith louisiana senator told abc news the story does not understand under graham cassidy howard johnson more people well coverage and we protect those with preexisting conditions were night kimmel countered back saying quote the problem is that i do understand what i'm talking about this because my son had an open heart surgery two more and because of that i learned that there are kids with no insurance since his way to president trump has tweeted his support for the bell serena marshall abc news washington members of the texas congressional delegation along with house speaker paul ryan worked up a sweat in houston helping a family clean debris out of their flooded homes speaker ryan telling reporters that lawmakers were in texas to send a message to residents that they are a prime thirty this is one of those unprecedented disasters that will require a very bold response at all levels of government and so we're here to listen we're here to learn to appreciate or also here thank the people who are doing the recovery effort mexico natives now in milwaukee attempting to reach family members who may have been affected by the massive earthquake this week the phones have been ringing off the hook at the.

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"milwaukee public school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"milwaukee public school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Will focus in honour education segment with dr david boerse milwaukee public schools bringing back uniforms why in and what's the purpose and that doesn't really work is it effective we'll get some perspective on that from dr boris than also not assigning homework at the elementary your green school level that's going on at a couple of schools in florida and it's also been going on for some time in europe why did they do that what's the approach and doesn't have a positive effect on improving test scores for kids an we'll talk about that solar eclipse in the nine o'clock hour with jim landis the director of space place you w space place b a stop a he's an astronomy expert and we'll talk about the solar eclipse and why this is so unique because we pretty much have solar eclipses every year but there in different parts of the world so this one is rather unique for north america we'll talk with him about that coming up here at nine twenty one we are coming up on eight forty five time now for wtmj sports and some good news when it comes to our brewers out in colorado against the rockies solid pitching entirely hitting as the rockies come back to win as the brew worse comeback to win over the rockies six two three last night brenda woodrow makes the start allow just one run he goes just four twothirds innings but manager craig counsel has no problem with his performance trying to get out and ran and did a nice job jimmy he'd he did his job and he did a real nice job jimmy nelson.

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