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As Coronavirus Cases Increase, Some Metro Atlanta School Districts Plan To Start The Year Remotely
"In place more school districts, opting to return virtually only for the first day of class next month. It's now a remote start for all students in both the Children and Cobb County School system. We're starting so We're starting in virtually, but we're still starting school Cop Superintendent Chris Ragsdale says the greatest challenges going 100 per cent Virtual. Meanwhile, Fulton Superintendent Dr Mike Loony says he's sorry for the inconvenience This is causing parents. I apologize in advance for the confusion and heartache and headache is causes. The Marietta School board will vote on a similar all remote
Seattle - K-12 in-person classes canceled through end of school year
"In person classes are canceled the rest of the school year almost Charlie harder tells us about the decision by the governor and state superintendent of public instruction while the curse seems to have flattened a bit in Washington governor Jay Inslee says is simply too soon to get kids back in school all public and private K. through twelve schools in our state will be in the in they'll be stopped from providing traditional in person instruction through the end of this school year in June superintendent Chris Ragsdale says there will be online options for most schools but not in person we have to get connectivity to all of our students the two state the plan right now at least is for in person classes to resume in the fall Charlie Parker Carmona Inslee says they are looking into options for seniors to earn credits and have graduation
"ragsdale" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"Kind of become a real really active parents on on at at the campus Were were both kind of recruited as well because we both were ex- Lord you know how you can sort of take that experience and apply it more broadly yeah so I think what it did was it showed we we went up next month and you know they told us that the board would get probably you know ten percent of the questions what ends up running was that the the two board number she and I got eighty five percent of the questions and we were there for three hours and they grilled us and they did things like here's a and but she and I look at the budget and luckily we've done our research and within a few months as we realize that the school that they're showing us is in trouble in real trouble but what's weird about that situation is you would never have that kind of time constraint you know the board should be Britt and if you get to a situation at a charter school where there's money missing or somebody is not doing the thing that they're supposed to be you're not doing your job as a board you know there should never ever be a moment where the board doesn't understand where the money's going but the people at the charter division who were trying to trip us up seem to seem to think that like they were surprised we get it that and but that moment kind of led me to sink like I literally not moment was starting just like I I I don't understand this process like they're they they want to authorize schools and they don't and they're and they're trying to trying to trick US and failing and that seemed really that syndrome weird and wrong and I started thinking like if if the creativity and the the people I know even necessarily charter people but the parents I knew could be could inform what was happening in the district we we'd probably have good schools you know and then that was kind of the the seed of maybe starting to think about being part of that you know I I quickly after that process did not work got for us started to think like wow that there were a thousand kids who are in school that love their school who advocated for the school and thousands of parents cold. La Has US aid and shut down their switchboard and jammed up their email for a week and they said no anyway and it was it's really painful and I soak kind of almost personally responsible even though I was one of you know fifteen people on a on a on this panel you know and this this team and So I started thinking about it seriously like my I think somebody needs to step up and start to do something and it's not just about charters about like how come we need charters why why is it that in places that are underserved in the city the charter schools there are their only option you know and we get we get as Democrats we start we think like wow that shouldn't be right we think like we should have good public schools that everybody can take it The job you should be able to go to your neighborhood school and and maybe I'm being idealistic but I felt like it was it was a moment where I felt like I have ambition and and vision and I don't see that happening at the district so cut do a few years later and I you know I I am like really seriously thinking about it and people are starting to be encouraging I'm starting to tell people and they like I decided I'm going to do it and and here we are were you know I feel like as a parent with my son has like some sensory issues in terms of like how he is Lawrence and they're really wouldn't have worked friends and in in our area there were no there was nothing that we could have gone to a regular public school but we real lucky we found the school but then we were not lucky and there's opportunity we're staying away and it was just terrible and it wasn't just us it was a lot of families so but if we had those opportunities we we could have we could have done into the normal public schools and my wife and I that's what we wanted but we become I become like an accidental advocate so kind of going from there I started thinking okay so what would what would change schools in La Usd about twenty percent of kids in Los Angeles Unified School district and borders don't go L. USD schools that's that's like the crazy When you think about it this city is about the size of Rhode Island and twenty percent of the kids here don't go to Ellie schools so where where are they going now about thirty percent of those kids go to charter schools and the rest go to either private schools or we don't know I mean many of those kids that are missing is essentially in the system are often homeless so we have that issue here in Los Angeles and you've probably heard about it and everybody from trump's too you know so what do we have to change that like how how come these these parents are opting out how come they're doing everything they can to get their kids out of the system and then I don't their way to find these these schools that worked for them what what are what are we lacking and often it was that you know the the kind of education that parents were looking for for the kids who are the kind of education that they needed wasn't being offered so you know wha- LSD hadn't changed in who knows how long and I kept on thinking if we keep on going this way and they keep on thinking this is today if we keep on begging her head against a wall somehow it's GonNa Change but but the way that's GonNa Change as we start to look at education differently so that's kind of my reasoning for wanting to go into it and what what is the school board look like in La how how big is it what what's the makeup there are some seven members and seven different districts the district that I'm running in district three as most of the San Fernando Valley you west of the four or five freeway and then like studio city in Germany and some of them kind of slightly more affluent areas but for the most part it's a huge loss of their San Fernando valley the and the actual board district that I'm in is actually larger than the Congressional district so you hear about Brad Sherman and his district is Congressional district the smaller than the school board district so it's kind of amazing that these seven people have so much power and now the the board kind of vessel between the kind of traditional people who are who are really kind of things that that we just need to work harder and and they make sure that kids are studying more or getting more hours doing whatever or taking being better at taking tests I I don't know that that's kind of their point of view and then there are some progressives on the board who are about change who are trying to make change but at the time for the for the moment they are there you know minority there seven board members there's three that are kind of the reform of the reform people and and for that are kind of these kind of old timer kind of former generation of because you know people who who really kind of think it's more about testing and so what what ends up happening is that the who are progressives don't end up saying anything going moving forward we and and you you have like the the you know the city that thinks we should be being Ford but still votes against it somehow because maybe they don't quite understand what it means you know we have a lot of Democrats Los Angeles and we're voting against progress it seems that seems really weird when you think about people in general sort of know what they're voting for when they vote for school board I think that's you know often one of those nations on the ballot that people sorta overlook get into the ballot box and go oh wait I forgot to think about that one you know what are you finding as you're campaigning that people are aware of this selection and know that they should be paying attention well one of the things that is bringing especially upper middle class liberals into the this fight was that there was a last year there was a teachers strike and the teachers as far as I can tell what they deserved they they really were asking for smaller class sizes they were asking for more you know helping the classrooms with especially kids with IEP asking for you know you know the the school counselors and the nurses and things like that that seemed like they should be given but they didn't I don't think they came in not being able to get it and the parents tend to side with the Teachers Union which they probably should you know they they should be so it makes total sense that they do but at the same time that faction of the of politically kind of is is is and they don't actually understand that we're at a crossroads like the reason people aren't going to the these schools reason these parents I'm buying it I'd better come up with some new ideas right better work with writers and finds the new ideas but for some reason the the the district isn't thinking that but that's basically you're doing when you need to do differently and they're not trying so parents on it depends on the demographic but generally parents who are kind of upper middle class Democrats don't really think that they think they have opportunities they do they have some charters in their neighborhoods or they have the like fairly good schools able it's Democrats in general across the board are in favor of change but when you look at the ways that can change right now that's through charters they're not necessarily in favor of that but when you look at the demographics based on you know people of color are often eighty to ninety percent in favor of unders and change and the middle class white voters aren't in favor charters and so they're cutting off the the access to change in some ways.
"ragsdale" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"Running for school board in Los Angeles I can she hi how are you great how are you not bad not bad busy day in Los Angeles isn't it always yeah mostly the traffic yes that's super cliche so tell me a little bit about your background and why you're running for school board well it's a little bit of a story but I came out to Los Angeles Nineteen Ninety nine about twenty years ago for entertainment I went to Emerson College in Boston for film and I I wanted to be you know Brian Gray her or something like that and I I came out here and I got very lucky and I started working on on the West Wing which was my one of my first jobs out here and I was it was an amazing situation because it was one of the was one of those shows there's I honestly still is people still ask about it but to have that be your first show is kind of crazy and I was always a a person so it was kind of perfect for me but then I went onto shows like CSI and I I started in production and I went into the studio network side because I realized I didn't want to be a writer and I was kind of on that writer track and so I started developing projects and working for the people that did that meaning that I was thing for ideas to to work on to try to sell to the studios or networks then I did that for about fifteen years eventually I ran a company. CBS for three and a half years sold five pilots there and then Renzo Fever Gars Company for a couple of years and sold five more pilots and it was amazing it was all those things that were I couldn't believe they were paying to do the job that I was doing you know but I we had family tragedy and my wife needed to go there act to Connecticut to deal with her father had cancer and so I became kind of the the stay at home dad to take care of our kindergartner who was just starting candidate at the time at a charter school in Encino and I ended up being there for you know most of the days you know I say there's like three kinds of parents working parents terrific there's a stay at home parents terrific when you have the time and and resources to do that and then there's the state school parents like me so that's kind of how I started that's super interesting and yeah West Wing of course is one of my favorite shows as politically ended person so what were the things that you sort of discovered as you were spending a lot of time at the school with your son things you know the people who haven't spent a lot of time in schools might not might not realize well I I think they're they're couple of things one is that it takes like a a a dedicated group of parents who really are sacrificing their time and energy to do everything at school really needs and you hear that and over but what's interesting about my experiences that I was one of the only dad's there and so in a weird way I think dads get like kind of worshiping that moment and I think I'm a hero in any way more like just it seems easier for Dads who show up and do things the MOMS don't get as much credit for some reason and I thought that was just so strange but at our school we had an amazing amazing group of parents who had started a five three to help support the school and title and they had like an event side the helps events and stuff and I volunteered to run ten committees at your because I had nothing else to do and I had one shown development of Fox still and I was like Oh God well I'm here at school and maybe we'll do something so I did everything from design spirit where fillet you know help decorate for the you know the the the Prom and at the end of that year I realized that the fundraising side but people that were on the word for that we've been really know who they were they were the parents who often times we're working who couldn't be there every day and a Lotta Times they would volunteer to but the way they volunteered to help you know fund as an and pay attention to what the school needed kind of bigger scale but they weren't as successful as they could be because they didn't have somebody on the ground who really knew everybody and so when you're a foundation trying to you know support a school and asking people for their you know suggested donation of six hundred dollars a year they won't do it I know you and they really understand where the money's going so at the end of that year or the guy who is the president of the foundation his kid was leaving the school and so he was gonNA leave the foundation and I kind of on a whim through my hat in there and there were three other board members who are going up for it and somehow I got elected them did so I don't know if I was the outsider and you know how that works but I had no idea how to run five one three and I run a couple of companies and I knew how that worked and and what they were doing and some structure made no sense to me so I must have our board members who were there and I kinda tried to Suss out you know what their skills were and I talked to each of them privately and I said you know what would you do if you were me in the situation and uh in varying degrees of useful information came out of that and what I realized is they all felt that they did that people didn't know what they did either so I became kind of the face of this organization but in the meantime I was also kind of restructuring the organization so that it works like a production company so that kind of meant like action company you have you know executives and usually like producer or an actor or somebody who does the the the company revolves around in for the five on the the company revolves around the school and the kids and when you're at a production company you get people bringing projects in where the agents or writers or sometimes director's coming to Piss you ideas and then you decide whether you want to be part of that idea or not So what I did was I set up the foundation to be essentially that if if the parents or the administrator had an idea or a teacher or kid even had an idea about what they wanted or what they needed they would submit a proposal essentially like years a one page thing about what we what we want and why and who will benefit and why you should fund this and we kind of went forward like that and it started working and we started messaging out like here's what you need to do if you want to be part of this and and and and you want to be able to take advantage of the money raised and it it started making sense of people and and so the first year when I was President the first event that I was at as president was the school picnic and usually that was the launch of annual giving so you know the first year we raised twelve thousand dollars and that was amazing you know twelve thousand dollars okay that sounds like a quite a bit but the second year after messaging and after really making sure people understood what we were doing we raise fifty thousand the first day the second year so I it's it was a for me that was a surprise because I thought we were doing a good job at suddenly validation that we were and things according to work so from there it was a good year but there was this lawsuit here in California in Northern California about how charter schools are authorized through a school district and this was a charter school so We and we were authorized outside our district and at the time you could do that you can have an independent study Graham across county lines but this lawsuit essentially made it so that that was a regional and the state told us we had a year figure out how to get authorized directly through the school district we were in which meant we had to go to la USC so the administrator and the people that kind of start the school Kinda came to me and said Hey you know how to run a foundation would you like to be on this board charter and I was like sure okay not at all understanding what I was getting into like you know maybe maybe I was naive but I was like well I've been successful there's other things so why not and I quickly started to realize that I did not know enough you know I didn't I didn't know how schools are funded I didn't understand what was you know expected of the board I didn't know how the budget works I didn't you know so suddenly I was thrown in and when you're here in California when you're on the board of Charter school you are the boss you're the entity that actually holds the charter and you are the one who makes your your entity your your Ford is the one that make the decisions about who to hire and fire in terms of the director how to evaluate that goals that are being set every year in your which is like the local accountability plan but the district and and you have to be you have to make sure that you're the people who are working at the school are carrying out the mission and I'm doing everything they have to do in terms of reporting and all this stuff so I I had no it with that was and suddenly it was thrown into this charter world where we were it needs to go up in front of Los Angeles Unified School District Charter Division and say why we deserve to get a charter from them and I was terrified as you can imagine and we me and one other board member another woman who had producers or former current producers whatever we were at the time and so we understood how things should work but we we realize we both were just mortified about how little we know so we just essentially went to school for ourselves we we started doing all the research we need to do eat interview the guys who were in charge of budget and say where does the money really go you know and got got this kind of intimate by training about you know where Hell uh schools are funded right from the state and just a million things so the we were supposed to go up in front of USC the next month so we had a month to figure it out and I I was lucky because this this woman was just an incredible partner and we studied it was college like like Real College Emerson College where I went we studied there but it was like some and stuff you know what I imagine other people's Real College was like so yeah so when we were going up to the to the charter it division they didn't the the director of the school the the people who founded the school it didn't really know we knew we were we were unknown quantities to them so it was a it was a crazy moment and I'll tell you about that if you're in okay then go from there yes sure and then you know how that how that sort of informs what you want to be able to do on the school legit with no labels and no and no you know no context you to board members can talk to each other seven minutes to figure out what's happening at this at this school and of course like a deadly silence falls on the room and we're not allowed to talk to anybody else.
"ragsdale" Discussed on WSB-AM
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"ragsdale" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Ragsdale and carrier, turn to the experts. Nothing like a little angry rock in the first thing in the morning. Little German rock. They're a little German death. Metal. We love that actually went to go see an event in Atlanta where it was a whole night of an a an a sort of a tribute to German metal. And it was a lot of fun. Just has just had a rip roaring good time. All right off very quickly. Get our last caller in for the morning. Let's go to Steve is calling from Costa Rica? Steve welcome to the Allen Sanders show. Hello allen. It's good to be back in the United States a little while I have retired to Costa Rica, and I absolutely loved the philosophy their last is four I'm saying, absolutely. That is an I've embraced that maybe comes with being a little older and wiser, but yeah, I wish more people would realize that. And what I do for the holidays. I get my daughter and my grandkids and others cash. It's like they can catch the sales after Christmas. They get what they want. I don't have the hassles of everything and it just works out a whole lot better and under. One thing. You don't have to give everybody in the world a present. No your budget. Stay with it. And it makes it so much easier in life. That is great advice. And I wish more people would accept it. You know, hanging out with somebody to me is more important than getting a gift from that person. Exactly because I'm here visiting and a friend took me over to his family's house for thanksgiving. And I had one of the greatest times in my life over there doing that. It's awesome. Steve thanks so much for calling in for listening and enjoy your visit. And I kind of jealous because I know what Costa Rica's like a lot of people. Visit. I'd love to live there. So well done, sir. You can live there for two grand a month. Easy. Oh, see you're making you're making it hard because I love America. But America to be I do I'm upset with the political stagnation. We have you know, down there for politician messes up. They throw them in jail. Well, maybe we gotta to look at. And I don't know if you want to do that just yet the way people playing politics here, but Steve thanks so much for calling in and happy thanksgiving to you. All right last couple of things very quickly shout out to woodland high school marching band the area. I live up. I told you I live in the carterville area the only marching band from the state of Georgia came from Bartow county. The woodland Wildcats were in the Macy's day parade. So big shout out to them that was really really cool to be able to see the hometown band representing the state of Georgia in what has been the coldest or one of the coldest Macy's parades on record. I know it was really really cold out there. But very cool about that. If you're a jogger I want to do this a quick plug for the battered women's shelter in Bartow county called tranquility house. They've got an upcoming jingle jog that you could find if you're a five care or if you want to dress up and have fun..
"ragsdale" Discussed on WSB-AM
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Atlanta Falcons won't give receiver Julio Jones a new contract according to sources
"Forecast. Is coming, up this is news Atlanta's morning news the Atlanta Falcons telling wide receiver Julio Jones that no. His requests for new contract Jones is in the middle of a five year deal with. The falcons but held out, during last month's mandatory minicamp the AJC reporting this. Morning that he set to make, ten and a half million dollars this year the, falcons say that they did not budget any extra money. For him and they're focusing on contract extensions for other players training camp by the way starts next Wednesday com Kenny teachers could be getting a raise the school board could authorize the pay hike today superintendent Chris Ragsdale proposing a two point six percent. Increase across the board the district estimates the raises will. Cost about twenty two million Dollars Comcast says it's dropping out of the bidding war. For twenty first Century Fox entertainment business instead focusing on its bid, for the UK's sky the announcement this morning leaving the path open for the Walt. Disney company go ahead and buy twenty-first-century Century Fox for seventy one billion dollars FOX shareholders. Will vote on Disney's offer July twenty seven and..
"ragsdale" Discussed on Alice @97.3
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"ragsdale" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"ragsdale" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"The spot along farringdon highway with 23yearold daniel holy and 21yearold joan of ragsdale were hit and killed monday night while change jing a flat tyre the driver of the car which witnesses described as a white sedan didn't style white car going by being with a flat tire and you could tell it was a flat because guy is making big noise and then there were sparked coming out shannon madero says she saw man driving in a woman in the car shortly after the collision police found the white folks wagon passat unlucky lie he streets according to police sources a 21yearold none of cooling woman was sleeping in the back but no one else was in the car the woman who has a previous dui arrest was detained then released understand the accidents occur and people i know this was done deliberately who in their right mind would do something like that but at least thought render age daniel malysz father says his son was a loyal friend who would help anyone in need he got a call at home that jona ragsdale was having problems with his truck monday night and went to help ragsdale mother who declined an oncamera interview says he will be remembered for his sense of humor garbage has annoyed use the most vine videos to make people laugh but ragsdale died at at the scene moulay was taken to winai aiko's comprehensive health centre in critical condition israeli in the room working on them and once they knew that we're all side the parents of daniel home they invited us into the room all in plotting left on him and they did a terrific job direct on him for a long tight no arrests have been made police are still hoping more witnesses won't come forward along the wine i co stumbling kohana hawaii news now on the big island north mahala man died after being dragged by his own pickup truck before it crashed into a tree it happened yesterday afternoon along kale kale beach road in cup of i'll investigators say sixty six year old myron okubo was the only person in the truck the crash into the tree pendant between the truck driver door in the cab at autopsy will now determine his exact cause of death a critical final were poor to after the missile alert mistake exposes mismanagement at.
"ragsdale" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Don't the all new rail ninety two three big boy neighborhood all righty now neighborhood roundtable natalia i know we've all been in this situation before you like here a story and you go that he and be real now that's a lie that's a fake story fake news that's exactly what happened to me when i heard this story i had to look at multiple times without like this really didn't happen a plane had to make an emergency landing because someone wouldn't stop farting imagine it so much to divert a plane can you imagine that lie did not arrive on has mailing we're going to have the land if you keep that's pretty much what happened so the uri these two guys sitting next to a solo guy and the two guy said that the soho guy literally would not stop leading eight ripped the he was just like dropping bombs left in right and they even asked him like yo bro you have to stop fighting lease this is like a plane we're in a confined space like is not okay and he just wouldn't listen to them and he just this can lamb so the remains of the big the complained to the like the flight attendants but they really didn't do anything and then the other guy started complaining about them saying they're being mean to me and they're giving me threats and this and then of little fight broke out and that's essentially why they ended up having to make this emergency landing but it all started with as gotta be growth can imagine like ms in your connecting flight our crew landing like yeah you know they we had and they have somewhere else because is on the plane fart the tudor riot oh he debra hours he had his name ragsdale my liatti yampa leave it but yes a true story is always a guy you know what i'm saying there would be no lady on that as my pa you've got to do some kind of landing much already used to go on your radio who got more neighborhood roundtable coming up the boy neighborhood.
"ragsdale" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
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"ragsdale" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"ragsdale" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"ragsdale" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"ragsdale" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"ragsdale" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"ragsdale" Discussed on Channel 955
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"ragsdale" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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