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"north suburban school district" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Stopping this weekend at Jarvis Morse loyal a Grand Ville Thorndale or Bren Mar until four o'clock tomorrow morning. Also because of a track and signal work. Shuttle Busses are an operation most of the Chicago area getting ready to stay put for about a month. Here's WGN's James Sears, with details stayed home advisories in the city of Chicago and suburban Cook County go into effect tomorrow morning at six. While not mandatory, Both advisories call for people to stay indoors as much as possible for 30 days. Chicago's advisory also limits all gatherings to 10. People marry Lori Lightfoot is urging Chicagoans to remain vigilant and to fight covert fatigue. James Sears, WGN NEWS Illinois health authorities announced over 11,000 new covert 19 cases yesterday. That zone also includes 166 deaths, however, due to a reporting delay that includes 66 deaths from Friday. Illinois also said a new single day record for testing more than 114,000 tests were carried out. Bringing the positivity rate down to 12.6% Nutrient High School partially resumed in class learning this week, but only a 25% capacity. The rest of the school is still working remotely. Jen McDonough is president of the Nutria Education Association, says the school now needs to fully reopen faculty members one instruction to be effective. Are concerned that the current hybrid model does not provide for an effective educational experience. She spoke at a rally and nutrients Northfield campus yesterday. The called Re Open comes is other North suburban school district's are operating at 50% capacity. Supporters of President Trump gathered in Washington and other cities yesterday. Their chants and cheers attract the president Trump's owned the claims falsely that he not Joe Biden actually won the November.
"north suburban school district" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Overly sunny right now it's sixty five degrees at o'hare sixty six at midway sixty four along the lake front it's sixty five in Waukegan the north suburban school district is investigating the controversial social media post made by a high school teacher at palatine high school some former students say this isn't the first time that the teacher is because this year more on that for WGN's Courtney Goodman a palatine high school social studies teacher is now under fire for a now deleted Facebook post in those we talked to in the community say they want her fired we are not revealing the identity of this teacher but this is what she wrote in part it says I find the term white privilege as races as the N. word you have not walked in my shoes either so you do not make assumptions about me and my so called privilege you think America is racist then you happen to have been hoodwinked by the white liberal establishment and race leaders like Jesse Jackson and al Sharpton some students say they were not surprised that the teacher made the remarks because they've seen other problematic post from her in the past district eleven says it's investigating and will take appropriate measures students from DePaul University took to the streets of Lincoln Park to protest group calling for DePaul to end its relationship with the Chicago police department students also said they want the department to be de funded and that money would be used in other ways having people who are trained in the situation yes but someone who's mentally ill as having overdose who's in the middle of a domestic violence situation no offense but police officers are not trained to do that so.
"north suburban school district" Discussed on Otters Talking Politics
"Within just a few years of a budget cycle. You would be able to completely change the way that something's operating to be more popular and more efficient. Okay. In. So another issue that I have kind of with with viability or or this kind of market competition is. Systems or markets that are a little bit more landlocked. I would guess you would say or lack of a better word really such as like schools or hospitals, right? So like schools, it's really hard to essentially create a new school or create a new school system because it's it's kind of location based in it's hard to actually pull people from other places into the system. So in these kinds of markets where there's like no ability to pivot or change the producer of the good, right? There's only a certain amount of teachers in the area or there's only or the good that you're making his kind of speculative one in the sense that like what do people consider a successful successfully taught student? Do you see this being an issue in crowd funded government? Or is there a solution that you've already come up with while that might just be an issue that exists in society regardless of how you're funding? I mean, if you're describing impoverished area that doesn't have the capital resources necessary in order to fully develop students that. It's tough to that's up to deal with now in it's tough to deal with under a crowd funded system. Obviously, I as a proponent, crowdfunding, I would argue that people could deliver their dollars towards the specific parts of those programs that they think would make a bigger difference. In every case, I do not believe involuntarily from the top down telling people what to spend their money on is going to deliver a better result than allowing people to observe their school system and figure out where those dollars can go. But yeah, you bring up a good point. Some of the problems that exist crumbling government does not solve all problems. Crosby government just simply changes the way that we fund government and the ways that government can operate. But it's still up to the people up to the politicians to come up with good ideas and to share those ideas and to choose where to spend the money efficiently. There is no, this is no no magic potion that can deal with all of society's ills. Prominent government certainly isn't a great answer to all problems in. In fact, crowdfunding government is the worst SIS. Of funding a government besides all other ways of funding government ever try so by no means what I ever make a pump statement that mcgirt will solve all your problems. It's just gonna take the gun out of your face and replace it with with a -pedia articles in social media debates about what government is spending money on whether you want to be a part of that. So you bring up a good point. I can't solve all the world's problems. And some programs that are unsuccessful now will continue to be unsuccessful even in the future. Even if I got my dream of fully voluntarily government. Right. And that actually happy to hear you say that because a lot of times people try to seek this utopia answer and the really isn't one, there's always going to be, at least in my opinion, there's always going to be ebbing flow. You know an issue in an solution throughout time, but if I could jump onto your side for a minute, because while you're actually talking, I thought of of this answer that self and maybe you can elaborate more on it, but would people be able to. Crowd fund for governments. They're not a part of, right. Let's say there's a rich neighborhood and Chicago could they send some of their dollar bills through essentially philanthropy to a poor side of Chicago, four schooling, absolutely. That full of the reasons why I'm glad I live in Chicago because it gives a real. I opener to some of the north suburban school districts that have incredible public systems, gold plated, you know, mobile tile. They have these amazing systems, the greatest extracurricular after school programs, incredible amounts of funding due to a very high property tax base, and then you turn around and on the south and west sides of Chicago, or there's incredible poverty, impoverished families. Schools that don't even have the basic necessities and you have to wonder, why is it that we do the things the way that we do them as it stands and we do it because all of these laws are set up in a way that takes money from people in distributes that involuntarily, I almo big believe. Ver- in you giving to a government that you're not even a part of, that's the philanthropy argument. That's the charity argument that always bring up is that people are going to give to programs that they believe in and people are going to give to programs that are needed, not what government or politicians think you need what is wanted. What is actually needed is what's going to be the determinant. So I've always thought that's the answer to Chicago's Oprah problem is to allow everybody to give to the schools that need the most funding. I love every year or two. There's an outcry in Chicago in regards to impoverish skull, that's closing because the the Chicago public school system cannot support that school. It doesn't bring in enough students. It doesn't have enough revenue to handle it and they distribute those students to another neighborhood. Another school and people are in the streets, crying and screaming about how badly they want the school to stay open. Guess what guys you wanna open. Let's open the budget. Let's allow every to let their dollar speak, but the money talk. I'm tired of people. Wining and screaming and protesting about things that they should have control over. You should have the ability to fund a school district if you believe that that school has a lot of history, a lot of character, and it supports enough students, and the budget could be reasonably funded by the community by the county by the state, it should be given a chance. And I've even had people from other countries talk to me about crowd funding government because I found a lot of people. The one issue that's coming up right now and I can't believe how organic it is. The concept of voluntarily funding. The border wall is a huge one, and it's great topic because it's exactly what I'm talking about, which is people want to give money to programs that they care about, and it has the opposite side also making the argument for me, which is people are so upset that their tax dollars going to support a border while that they don't believe in and they should be. That's exactly how I feel. I can't stand it when my money goes to programs that I don't believe in. So take that to an international perspective because I've been talking to people on. Twitter, some of them from other countries who would love voluntarily give to the United States southern border wall human. They don't live in Mexico or the United States. They believe in the importance of the Boorda while program. And that's the key to me is that you should have the, we should have the right to receive money for any program from anybody anywhere that is allowing the free market of ideas dollars to spread. I don't see that as a bad thing at all. Obviously, there are some corruptible influences that again, are controllable by politicians in voting when you start allowing dollars from nefarious sources to be going to programs that are actually unpopular, but her somehow collecting money. But overall it's a great idea of allowing anybody to give to any government program that they believe in and any amount of that is going to be the key to solving problems in actually putting a lot of that squealing and protesting to to rest, which is quit Yellen about it and start pass it around the hat. Start looking at the budget for that school that's going to get close. Why is that budget so expensive water parts of that budget that might be less popular that we could remove and not fund, which will the parts of the budget that are very popular and necessary such as the tra- salaries and the school supplies. Let's focus on the parts of the budgets that are popular, allow people to voluntarily on them from wherever they are and