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"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Ford. Billy Cunningham, the Great American and coming up later. We have Steve Gorm coming up after two o'clock to talk about the climate. And rather than that, there's actually a circumstance where the A man made global warming causing climate change is something we all should be concerned about. But the thing that I want to Spend some time with today is we have a supposedly a snow emergency coming, But here in Ken would there's not much though, in the ground it all But I'm told that, according to Brian Combs and Steve Rawley, who I trust that starting about three o'clock today, all hell's gonna break loose and so many of the school's gonna be shut down. Most likely Tuesday and Wednesday, anyway. What I don't understand and can't accept was the deal struck by since nine public schools and the governor's office that we're going to prioritize those who attend CPS your teachers because of the difficulties of educating Those in urban environments anyway, much less in this environment. I could not imagine how far behind the school Children and urban public schools are now. Having gone through one year of no education experience at all, no socialization experiences at all as compared to European South America, Far Eastern countries which have been operating Since the last year, more less flat out. And you talk about well after all, that they're poor kids and poor areas. The Roman Catholic Church, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, have many schools in poor areas of Cincinnati and Dayton and parts of north. Therefore, the comparison apples to apples is how come to poor kids and their spicy schools were able to be in school since last March. And those who had 10 CPS at a much higher price and cost cannot. And if you speak the urban school teachers, they're going to tell you as I as I have, like Nicole Frederick and others involved in CPS. That when kids leave in the summertime and go into the environment in which they're forced to live from, say, the end of May until the end of August, about a three month period. It is very common to have legging educational indicators that having just spent three months in the environment environment, many kids were forced to To involve themselves with because that's where their family is located. They come back educationally deficient, so there's more of a movement to make sure we have summer school going on because, after all, you can't have kids competing in the 21st century incapable of forming a sentence or thought not capable of conducting. Conducive measurements to determine a logical outcome. You can't have Children that are completely dysfunctional. And so one could only imagine. That if some kid in Avondale or Evanston or downtown Covington or Newport, In an urban environment and Dayton has been not just out of school for three months, but out of school for 12 months or 15. Months are 18 months that efficiencies they're going to be profound. Maybe 1/4 grader instead of reading it the second grade level when I'll read it the kindergarten level and it is common to have Children that graduate from high school. Other than one and hills That does a great job reading at the eighth grade level, and then they're thrown into the work force saying, Okay, you have no educational achievement. You have. No you don't test Well, you have literacy difficulties, and now you're going to compete in the world of the 21st century. It doesn't work that way. So Mike DeWine, the governor, who is sensitive to such things said You know what? We're gonna prioritize the teachers in urban areas. Akron, Columbus, Steubenville, Toledo, Cincinnati and Dayton because they're out of school. And he gave me the number that right now. Only about 13% of the kids. It was 42% total remote. Now he uses the number 13% total remote. But the great majority of that 13% is comprised in urban areas that have educational deficits and secondly, have social deficits and all have teachers unions. The teachers. Unions do not want to go back to work, and they used the cove it as an excuse not to do it most like the Democrats weaponized Koba to take trump out the teachers unions are using Covert not to report to work. When all these other teachers and suburban districts and Catholic districts Yavne, a school was in business and religious schools. And charter schools are all open. Doing the same thing and the same way that should be happening and that says, not in public schools. And and I can hear it now mark my words in six months or so. Eight months, nine months. We had to spend more money is going to be more money spent. There's going to be increasing the bottle. Everything's that character because it's going to be said Look, we got to spend more money. If we don't spend more money on the schools were gonna end up with him and kids, father and farther and farther behind, having spent over a billion dollars on Capitol plants within the city. Goals that they want to spend a lot more money. Secondly, In Ken would Right.

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"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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08:29 min | 1 year ago

"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Guy works hard. Vance McAllister puts in time for each show, and he generally does a pretty good job. And by the way, we might have two or three inches of measurable snow On Saturday night into Sunday, Frank Marcelo will be covering that for you as much as he can, along with Steve Raleigh. So it don't get no better than that. Let's you and I get after it. Just heard a mentor Nicole Frederick, who has worked for years with Children at risk, and CPS. And insanity is doing the same thing anticipating different results. Can anyone seriously maintain At the half a billion dollars we spend on public school systems and Cincinnati payoff. But it actually his money well spent. We have to keep doing more of it. Over 19 is has made a parent the fraud that is public education. The city Cincinnati. It is a fraud. If you would take wanted Hills High School out of the mix is about 2400 kids that wanted hills. There's about 33,000, not at one and hills and grade school, middle school and high school. The depth of the problem is incredible. We have Jack Crumley is coming in. Jack. What is the latest, if any Hi. How, you know, Thank you. One of the passing word on. We're seeing some reports out of West Chester right now. Karen Johnson of Channel five is reporting right now about the bomb squad is on scene, reportedly over a report of a bomb threat at AstraZeneca in West Chester. There's a Walgreens nearby that apparently that's been evacuated and also some Nearby businesses, all in that area right around Union Center Boulevard and 7 47. There's crews responding right now against the threat of some kind of bomb at the AstraZeneca this nearby It's got a lot of the businesses in the area that are being evacuated and cleared out as the police are on the scene. There's there's a Esther price in the area. Quite a few evacuations going on right now in West Chester, as police respond again to reports of some kind of bomb threat at AstraZeneca. We will pursue that with your permission. I'm a call a couple of people on sight. You will have my full permission, including my good friend George Lang, who lives there, But as you know, he said, the state Senate now, but he lives in Westchester. He knows everything. He was a trustee there for, like, 14 years. He sounds like exactly the sort of person we need to check in with. I'm gonna call him with your permission. Thank you very much. But I'll do it off the air because I don't know if he's there and I know if you want to talk, obviously. Karen Johnson. All right, We're going to find more about that. But if you're in that area for Warren is forearmed. AstraZeneca, of course, is one of the so called English companies that, he said measured success. Not a lot. Some of the English think the vaccines that doesn't work as well as Fizer. It's always Madonna J. J came out this morning with the results that indicate About 66% effectiveness for one shot, as opposed to 92 95% with two for for the other two, So we'll see how this develops. But during the next break, I'll call George Lang, who controls Westchester with an iron grip, and also Karen Johnson to see if they can come on a little bit after one o'clock to see what's going on, exactly. Let me say this. You and I know is functioning adults. I have more functioning adults. So listen to me than any radio talk show in the tri state. If you take time to listen to this sacred signal, and we've done it for many years, you're functioning by that. I mean, you take care of your own business. You take care of your own expenses. You have a family formation. Whatever that family. Maybe you're involved in a family. You're connected to your mom. Your dad, Your brothers, Your sisters, your Children, your grandchildren. You pay taxes and try to play by the rules. The entire success of one human life. Putting faith for the moment to the side. Depends on one's educational experience. If one gets to the age of 15, 16 and 17, and you're flunking out of school. You can't read anywhere close to the great level. You can't read books that are the ladders that get you out of the hole in which you find yourself. The odds of you having a less than successful life for probably about 99% every now and then someone without a high school education who can't read actually succeeds in life. It's possible. I've known many because they get into the trades. Nobody is, Ah, Maura, advocate and greater greater understanding what's happening the trades than Scott Sloan. You don't need a college degree in astrophysics to become many a trade occupation, which by proper training after a year or two is complicated, but nonetheless, you can learn it. The great majority of people have got to have a fundamental understanding of how to read how to think, cogently. How to think objectively to know where we are, where we came from where we're going to have a little bit of math, a little bit of social studies. Little bit of English literature. Little bit of American history, little bit of social studies little bit of economics, little bit of political science. You have to kind of know a little bit about what's going on your life. If you're raised by the street. When you're raised by social media and YouTube videos. The odds of you. Making it in life by your own definition is slight to none. And the fraud of public education and CPS has been for years that the more money is spent. The better results we're going to get when just the inverse is occurred. More money's being spent now. Than any time in American history. CPS with absolutely the worst results imaginable, because the worst generation of parents that ever existed exists right now and secondly, Instead of demanding excellence, academic performance excuses or given and manufactured when failures proliferate. Over 19 will be used as an excuse for the failure of urban public education for the next 5 to 10 years. And I guarantee you there'll be a school levy coming up quite soon, in which the excuse for the relative lack of performance and attendants will be covert 19 and Trump. Trump will be used for a generation, much as the Democrats used Hoover for a generation, and Obama used Bush 43 for a generation, and now it's happening again. Trump was in office for 48 months and others 48 months. 47 of those months were damn good. The last month is another issue, but I'll take that kind of president over Joe Biden anytime. So he just had a mentor on the cold, Frightened to explain what's happening, which is thousands don't even bother to turn on their computer. The other several 1000 received no education whatsoever. Parents or not configured to become teachers of academic subjects there the critical element in the first five or six years of a child's life, But after that the streets are raising the Children. In greater Cincinnati. And so the school board whether it's Ryan Messer Broschi or Melanie Bates, who I had on yesterday. Need to take a leadership role and say, How is it possible that 150,000 students and their spices of Cincinnati are performing and performing quite well and we can't get a school open? How is that possible? Chicago? Push come to shove. Lori Lightfoot, who's the liberal left wing mayor of the city of Chicago, is saying the schools must open on Monday, and she's more in charge here than Cranley would be in Cincinnati and the school union said We're not showing up. We're not working. I would refer to Ronald Reagan and Patco fire them all discharge them all. There's no education anyway. Quit paying him. I guarantee you that the teachers in Cincinnati public schools were not paid if they didn't show up to work, most would show up for work. Because they're paid for not working. You incentivize wrong behavior. You get more of it. You give pain for good behavior. You get less of it in Cincinnati. Paid whether they work or not, So as a consequence, many prefer not to work. And lastly, for those of us Who frequent restaurants, supermarkets and other establishments. The workers at Kroger. And best buy. The workers in the trades. The electrician's the plumbers, the dry Wallers. I talked to Johnny Craft to craft electric. There is busy as they can be. You talk to other individuals, a car dealerships like Joseph Chevrolet. They can't be busier..

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"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Bye, Billy. Coming into Great America. Welcome this Friday afternoon in the tri state. We made it through the weekend, one peso and were alive when the weather seems to have similar going on a little bit better over the weekend, but not much. Yesterday. Melanie Bates has been on the scoreboard in Cincinnati about 20 years came on to talk about her perspective of what should happen, which is which is great to have her on. Mike Marassi also comes on with slowly now and then. And I'm reading in the U. S. A Today addition this morning online that Chicago public school teachers dominated by the union refused to report to work on Monday, having been ordered to do so by the Chicago Board of Education and also indirectly by the mayor Lori Lightfoot. Here in Cincinnati, largely since the end of August. There should have been no learning hybrid learning, and that's about it. And Cincinnati and last night I'm watching this story on Channel Channel nine were nine stands for news. 11 in 11 in school board. I watched the superintendent speak. They've been fighting this thing since the third week in August, and generally they're 95% in person learning. If something occurs, they reacted with the teachers are on board. Many of the schools there are using the gymnasium as a makeshift cafeteria. The screens air up, everyone is masked. Their stations where you wash your hands in between classes. You wash your hands. They're on it and their education is proceeding and all the Catholics goes the programs, schools and northern Kentucky Greater Cincinnati. Largely, they've been in person since the end of August. In fact, many didn't go out last March. Simply got after it. Whatever the obstacles were, they overcame them. That is not the case and urban public education, whether it's Columbus or Cleveland or Toledo or Dayton or whether it's Philadelphia or Chicago. The teachers unions dominate. They get to school board members elected by donating shoe leather and money, volunteerism to get him elected. And once they get elected there in the pockets of the union. And it's upsetting when I see Ah, lot of people fighting toe work, whether you're on an oil rig or you're you're a garbage man. You work behind the counter somewhere or you're in the restaurant, business fighting toe work. Men and women are selling pharmaceuticals. People are act actively trying to actually get out of the butcher's the bakers that Candlestick makers all want to work. There's a part of our society that does not want to work and they use is a shield as a mass, the safety of the Children. As a reason not to go to work among those of the teachers joining you and I now is cold Frederick, who is a volunteer plus and a mentor and CPS and Nicole Frederick, Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham Show and Nicole, How are you? I'm doing great. How are you, Bill? I'm doing well, a little bit angry about what's happening in Cincinnati because CPS students are always falling behind by any objective measurement, And this is an excuse in the future. To hear more arguments as to why Achievement cannot occur. So for those who are not paying much attention to the 35,000 students and CPS, can you kind of walk us through since the middle of March of the first of April of last year? And all the way through today Friday afternoon to talk about what is the status of education at CPS. Well, just like you touched on. You know any time you have a large school district, urban they inherently have obstacles anyway, so the education gap is already kind of Established anyway. So when we started this passed down in March, and we reacted with the information that we had in March. Everyone was super super cautious because that's all we knew as it evolved. And as we learned more and things that we found out about how this spread and our Children vulnerable are the older people want more stuff change. We found out that Children in schools is not the spread of this virus. In fact, many organizations from your CDC to the American Academy of Pediatrics even doctor fast approaching this past week, has said that schools are steaks. Why are they safe? Because the protocols are in place, and it's up to that individual teacher to make sure that her classroom or his classroom is safe. It's not that difficult. You wear your math. You can stay 3 ft. Apart from one another, you wipe down your surfaces. You stay home. If you're not feeling well, it is a safe environment cause the teachers can make it safe. And for whatever reason, Well, which we all know why Um, since a public has has put the labels of a fear based of it's a death trap to send these Children's active school. No, it's not Look around you CPS. Rules all around. You have effectively mitigated this virus. Um, since August, and they've been in school five days or they will be in school for with one day blended learning or online learning. Toe white down the school and different things like that, which is fine. But to keep the students out, their education is suffering. Humongous. I mean, it's it's awful. And at this point, especially if you have a special needs child or someone that really lives in a horrible circumstance that the last year is a time that's non recoverable, and I talk about Many of the studies indicate that by the time a child is five years old The first five years of a child's life are critical to the learning process to turn the light switches on in each room is you go through your life because their foundation is there, and those first five years are critical. They have all the rooms of your life filled maybe the light switches and on but there's wiring in the wall. You kind of know how to read. You kind of know how to catch. You know how to behave, You know, acceptable behavior. And and I, as I understand it. The worst gold district in the tri state by any objective measurement academically is Cincinnati public schools and among the most expensive or Cincinnati public schools. And so the teachers are saying at this point for a long time, we're not going to report to work. And then on Monday, coming up on Monday, is there unlike Chicago, is there. Is there a feeling the teachers rock actually show up for work on Monday? This is my opinion from from the teachers that I be, too. And the tools that I work with people already. People are ready to come back now. You're always gonna have your teachers that loved to phone it in. They like being able to wake up. Put on a little Maschera. Throw on the zoom call from their PJs at desk and then send the document up. Say, hey, students, So look at this document, and I'll check in with you tomorrow and then they go back and they're doing Whatever it is that they're your off their offer getting paid not to work. There are off. But then you've got other teachers who are really trying to make this work because they genuinely care about their students, and they recognize that we're doing our society a great Injustice if we don't educate our students because an educated society is a successful society, and like you said, we are missing out on a whole year that we can't get back. I mean these students whether they're little, especially up into the high school, they need structure and like these high school kids You're telling me That 15 and 16 year old with no structure at home. You know we were treating him like college kids They're not logging on. They're probably,.

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"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"No question about that. But 92 murders 500 people shot Ah, there aren't a lot of traffic tickets being written. When I talked to my friends in the courthouse, There's no trials being conducted. Everything stopped until sometime in March. Witnesses aren't showing up. The grand jury is proceeding just barely. The federal court system is largely shut down. So even if you arrest somebody, they're going to get out immediately. And if they get out time is waived because of covert 19, which means it can't be a trial. It just looks to me like all hell's breaking loose. Well, really, That's probably good for your business. When hell is breaking loose people turn into the big point. No question. I will. Good luck to you, Sergeant Dan Hills. We'll see what happens. But with your permission, I'm gonna quiz the mayor. And then he's got to get ahold of Health Department is the white cops or ignored when it comes to shots, because whether it's Butler County or Kenton County or Harmony County or Switzerland, County cops aren't getting the shots and there's no there's no anger and the cops themselves aren't saying, Hey, wait a minute, Sergeant Dan, you got to give me the shot. And they just accept the inevitable, But we got really. I think there's a phenomenon there counselor kind of getting a little used to be indeed, non by the public, So maybe that's one of the things that's happened yet. But please quiz They're currently he's an elected official. And that Z job is the answer to us the public Well, I will tell him the cops are very can I tell him on your behalf? The cops demand action. Man action. Yes, sir. It sounds like a good way to go. Sergeant Dan Hills. Thank you very much. You see that? Let's continue with more later on with scheduled the mayor. Let's see what occurs. I'm gonna ask him that question. I was when I When I heard Sheriff Jones the other day talk about the hiss CEOs and deputy sheriff dealing with individuals. And then I asked the mayor, I asked the governor of the question. How come Cops or not prioritized was about 65,000 cops of one type or another and the state of Ohio. And the answer is well. There's not much of a death rate among those officers and therefore I have a very limited supply unlimited demand. I have to target it. But he said, he's essentially we give the shots to the counties or to the health department and they can do what they want. The only way a cop gets a shot is that at the end of the day, someone says, Hey, we got two doses left us look around anybody else and then you call the police department. They come in. Is that the way things should be I don't know, but it's the way things are. So let's continue with more of a line becomes available. 513749 £7000.700 new 18 T also lay down his Melanie Bates from the school board to talk about what's happening. The city of Cincinnati. Things getting better things getting worse. Why don't teachers go back to work? I want to go back to work in the city, one of the suburbs and in Catholic schools. It's been that way since September and in March when all hell broke loose about Almost a year ago, most of the Catholic parochial school stayed in business and found a way to get through it. And the public schools in Cincinnati did not. And why is that? And Cincinnati look a little bit too. You like the city of Chicago, which is a disaster. Those continue with more of the great American. Your comments of any 513749 7000. Plus tomorrow we've scheduled on Nicole Frederick Was an advocate for the students in the city, Cincinnati as to what's happening there, and more bill cutting him the great American lives at your home of the Reds, Hopefully, playing baseball beginning of April 1st on NewsRadio, 700 wlw. It's how we express our thoughts now. Concerns and our feelings. Talkie.

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