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New York City Public Schools To Begin Reopening In Phases On Dec. 7
"Be be re re opening opening in in phases phases starting starting a a week week from from tomorrow. tomorrow. Beginning Beginning the week of Monday, December 7th New York City public schools will begin to reopen. We will begin with with elementary elementary schools schools K K 25. 25. And And our our pre pre K K three three K K public public school school centers, centers, followed followed by by special special education education December December 10th 10th Mayor Mayor De De Blasio Blasio made made that that announcement, saying parents need to provide consent forms for testing of students are going to be doing in person learning. That's because testing will be done on a weekly basis now. Chancellor Richard Carranza says they need to keep schools as safe as they have been. Our schools have been remarkably safe, and it's important that we're taking good care to keep them that way. While New Yorkers do everything we can to stop the spread. Getting our Children back in school buildings. It's one of the single most important things we can do for their well being. And it's so important that we do it right. You can fill out a testing consent form at my student dot NYC, the goalie said, is to have students in person up to five days a week. A statement from you FT President Michael Mulgrew says the teachers union is supportive of the plan, noting that it will be different in any orange or red zones. Wins news time.
New York City closing public schools amid rise in COVID-19 cases
"New York City public schools will only hold remote classes, not in person. Once after the citywide coronavirus positivity rage broke 3% over the last seven days. Seven year old sage Ho and her mom were at a playground in the East Village. When they heard the news, Sage told the W N Y C reporter. It made her feel sad. I was upset. Uh, I don't like sitting in front of a computer for a month. Do you think it makes sense for them to do that? Is Mayor de Blasio says in person classes will be suspended through at least Thanksgiving weekend. In the letter to families, schools Chancellor Richard Carranza says schools will reopen once it's safe, but did not offer specifics. So New York City public school buildings are closed Learning bridges. The city's free childcare program is open as our pre K and three K programs contract it by the city but operated by community organizations. Private schools were also allowed to remain open. The city is also distributing free meals at every public school building between 9 A.m. and noon on weekdays.
COVID In New York: Schools Switching To All-Remote Learning
"We do need to close our schools for the coming days. School is still in session. We're pivoting to remote instructions. Certainly through Thanksgiving. We will continue to communicate with families about device support and tips for remote learning about 100,000. New York City students will not be able to shift remote wearing tomorrow because they're still waiting for a device and reliable Internet in person Learning in New York City, public schools has come to a halt for the time being. The mayor says the city infection rate hit the threshold that forced the show. Shut down. As of today on our seven day rolling average for Corona virus positive in New York City has hit exactly 3.0%. And as a result, we do need to close our schools for the coming days. Those coming days means through Thanksgiving schools Chancellor Richard Carranza says they've worked hard to keep school safe. In the past few months. It's been remarkably safe with a 0.19 positivity rate. They're already working with the governor on plans to reopen schools with stricter guidelines, more testing and perhaps a different threshold. Even that the infection rate in schools is
Amid Rising Cases, New York City Shuts Its Schools — Again
"In person class in New York City public schools tomorrow that will be the case through at least Thanksgiving. The mayor says the city infection rate hit the threshold that forced the shut Down. As of today on our seven day rolling average for Corona virus positive in New York City has hit exactly 3.0%. And as result, we do need to close our schools for the coming days. Those coming days means through Thanksgiving schools Chancellor Richard Carranza says they've worked hard to keep school safe in the past few months have been remarkably safe with a 0.19 positivity rate. They're already working with the governor on plans to reopen schools with stricter guidelines. More testing and perhaps a different threshold, given that the infection rate in schools is low, Juliet Papa 10 10 wins new
New York City principals union votes 'no confidence' in de Blasio, Carranza
"Two days to go until elementary schools reopen the heads of the New York City of Principles Union have taken a unanimous no confidence vote against Mayor de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza. They're beef they're handling of their covert time reopening plan. The issues have been ongoing. So, says the president of the Council of School Supervisors and administrators, Mark Cannizzaro. But he says Friday was a turning point with a city giving teachers more leeway to work from home without consulting principles. If something is going to affect The school leaders and how they run their buildings. The first group of people to know about this should be school leaders. Now the union is asking the state education Department to intervene. It would be helpful to have some, you know. Some fresh eyes in here to take a look. No confidence vote has no legal weight on the union says Principles will be in their buildings for the start of school.
First Day Of New York City Public School Sees Youngest Students Heading In For Phased Reopening
"New York City's youngest students had their first in person school day more from ABC is Aaron Carter Ski. This was supposed to be the day all New York City public schools welcome students back to their classrooms in person. Learning for most, though, was delayed due to staffing and safety concerns. So on ly pre K and special education students show up 90,000 plus, students still are the largest Number of students starting in person anywhere in the country. Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza said his department spent the weekend preparing each building. They have their peepee. They have the procedures. They have all their sign it and he said they have a contingent of backup teachers. Just in case.
Online orientation begins for students in New York City schools
"Began today for New York City schools, and there are plenty of kinks to straighten up before kids head back to classrooms. On Monday, Mayor De Blasio is asked about a shortage of teachers and windows, not opening in classrooms. We're going to keep adjusting and figuring out what we need in terms of staffing. We've come this far. We're gonna keep doing what we have to do to make it better. Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza says the goal with blended learning is tohave live or synchronised learning for all remote students, But that will not be the case to start off. Some of your education remotely will be asynchronous. On that can still be very rigorous assignment. I'm Scott Pringle. Double d. O R. News. Some areas of
New York City school reopening delayed until September 21
"York is the nation's largest school district. And as of this morning it is still the only big city school district on track to open in person this fall. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced today that a new agreement we'll push back the first day of school by 11 days. The announcement comes after educator unions had signaled a willingness to strike if their safety demands were not met. A lot was on the line here to work through. But I'm pleased to report that we've come to an agreement to move forward. NPR's Anya Kamenetz has been following all the twists and turns up to today. She's here with us now, Hanya Hey, Mary Louise. So this decision over whether to re opened in person and on campus. It has been so fraud in every school district coast to coast. Bring us up to speed on how this has all played out in New York. So clearly, New York City was hit so hard by the pandemic in early days, and in particular, Mary Louise, dozens of educators lives were lost on DSO. Now, even though over the past few months, infection rates are very low, and most public health experts say the city should be safe to reopen it. Schools with the proper precautions in place. You know, not everyone feels safe. When you have won 1.1 million extremely Davor students more than 100,000 employees. There's a vast range of school building. Some of them are quite old. And so the question of what is proper precautions had become really fraught. And so I've been tracking, you know, street protests by teachers said the chancellor's house, You know, meetings that dragged on into the wee hours of resume. On DH people calling for a delay, which now has been announced. Okay, so they reached this new agreement was announced today. Tell us what's in it. One of the details So, you know, New York City Department of Ed is pushing back the start of school from September 10th to September 21st. And in that time period, there will be union representatives visiting every school to do their own safety checks. Of issues like airflow, and they're introducing someone innovative Corona Virus testing program. It's what's called surveillance testing, so they're planning to Be taking a random sample of between 10 and 20% of the students and adults. In each school each month. This is Dr J. Varma, public health adviser to the mayor, and he spoke to the press briefing today. The medical monitoring program that you're hearing about today is really focused on the people who are physically present in the school. And so, therefore not people with symptoms. So I should point out. This is different from what the city's big teacher union had been calling for, which was to test every teacher and every student before the start of school. You know that that seems kind of unlikely, even in the next few weeks, doing how much all this is going to cost. We're looking at airflow looking at testing. It's a lot It is a lot. It definitely will be chief. It's coming at a time. Of course, when New York City like so many other city states district is hurting for money. In fact, not Mama goes near, City School Chancellor Richard Carranza said. If the city doesn't get a big chunk of federal aid, which the state is sitting on right now, They would be looking at laying off 99,000 employees rather than what they need to be doing now, which is hiring more nurses and substitutes. Just a few seconds left But teachers parents, how did they feel? You know, some are feeling relieved and hopeful that there's more clarity. Others. Mary Louise are still not convinced, and there's a lot to resolve in just a few more days to do it. NPR's Anya Kamenetz reporting Thank you so much. Thank you.
Reopen NYC: Mayor unveils 'Bridge to School' mental health initiative for students
"Mayor de Blasio held another briefing today with schools Chancellor Richard Carranza. They plan to reopen school September 10th. And this morning the mayor unveiled what they're calling the bridge to school plan. Bridge to school plan makes clear that from the very first day of school, the mental health needs of our kids and our school communities are going to be front and center. And its support for students, teachers, principals. For the whole community. Main time, another 30,000 students have opted for online on ly classes that makes 337,000 out of 1.1 million. Of the students not returning to school buildings. 37% or Hispanic 27% are Asian 20% or black 11% are white.
"richard carranza" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Richard Carranza, There were some caskets in the march There was a guillotine in the march with D O D written on it. So that really tells you kind of the mindset of the teacher's union. Right now, Mayor de Blasio has remained steadfast. He called that a stunt, he said, you know. We don't wantto put Children through another all remote time period here, he still sees remote learning as very damaging to a student's development. But for the most part, he's still framing this as kind of Ah political battle When a lot of teachers a lot of parents are seeing this as Ah, life and death battle, and again, the mayor isn't getting much more support. From maybe council members, other organized labor. He's really finding himself like we said last week on something of a political island, and if he's looking for some reinforcements to back up, his message is really not finding anything. Well, we'll hope for more positive developments to come and to talk about in the weeks become steeper, who has been covering this story for weeks for us now? Thanks so much for all that information. Thanks, Linda. We're coming up on the 80 Weekly Rewind, a pediatrician that's advising the mayor on pandemic response is mourning that schools could become a hotbed for covert 19. We'll look into that Also coming up, we'll break down the virtual Democratic National Convention and where the race for the White House stands. But next, are you considering voting by mail in November? We'll tell you all you need to know as the Postal Service becomes political this year. Before this election. WCBS news time is 7 18. It's time now for traffic.
New York City schools not ready to reopen, teachers' union says
"New York City Teachers union is calling for strict protocols for in person learning this fall union had Michael Mulgrew says no school should reopen unless a multistep covert plan is adopted. And he says every single Person. Both adult and child who is to enter a New York City public school must have evidence that they do not have the cove. It Virus America. Blasio in school Chancellor Richard Carranza have repeatedly said the schools will open under strict covert protocols for the students who are foreign class learning
New York Mayor De Blasio Pledges A Nurse In Every School
"Parents parents and and teachers teachers still still worried worried about about the the prospect prospect of of returning returning to to school in person next month, the mayor has announced a move. He hopes cons some of those fear. It was a chief concern from parents and principles alike that there needs to be a nurse in every school, Soto all the folks who have been raising that concern. I hear you loud and clear. And that will be in place. The mayor's announcement of a certified nursing every school comes the day before principles need toe have their individual school plans into the city and into the state Chancellor Richard Carranza understands this isn't an easy school year, so I get it and I understand why you want definitive answers. But just think about all of the moving pieces associated with the beginning of this school year. One thing that isn't moving is the start of the school year Mayor de Blasio dismissing calls by some principles to push it back to beyond. September temp, adding. We have a month to address their concerns. Al Jones 10 10 wins. News The following
Nearly 75% Of New York City Students Plan To Return To Classrooms This Fall
"If possible. Despite Corona virus concerns, most New York City students and teachers will be headed back to their classrooms this fall. Mayor De Blasio says 74% of parents have signed their Children up for the combo in classroom and remote learning, and the rest will learn from home. We can do it safely, We set very stringent standards. All chance of Richard Carranza. He says 15% of teachers requested toe work from home. Those who are granted that accommodation will exclusively teach remotely, They will still be engaged and devoted as ever. Now, the mayor admits. The city is working on dealing with the school nurse shortage really concern. There's a number of ways we can get the personnel we need. Students schedules start going out next week that is correspondent
De Blasio, Carranza roll out New York City school reopening plan
"York York City City must must submit submit it. it. School School reopening reopening plan plan to to Albany Albany Mayor Mayor De De Blasio Blasio talked talked about about it it at at his his daily daily briefing. briefing. He He says says schools schools will only open if the city's infection rate is below 3%. It's been under that percentage since June 10th parents can opt for distance learning for their Children. Otherwise, they'll be in class two or three days a week. And learning from home on the other day. If you're not feeling well in the morning, you have to stay home, and I want to emphasize that were saying that all parents if your child is sick, you must keep your child home. Everyone in school staff and students will be required to wear a face mask and maintain social distance masks will be provided. Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza says all staff will have to be tested before school starts. City will prioritize free testing for school based staff with 24 hour turnaround time results. For at any of the 34 city run testing locations. School based staff members are also encouraged to opt into monthly Covad 19 testing, which is critically important. If a case of Corona virus should crop up in the classroom, that room will be closed and remote learning will be implemented and if there are two Kofi cases at a school from different classrooms The entire building will be closed for at least 14 days.
New York City Public Schools Will Reopen With ‘Blended Learning’ Model In Fall, Mayor Says
"Cuomo says he'll announce next month what the plan is for schools in New York this fall. That came hours after Mayor de Blasio announced a complex plan to reopen buildings while continuing online learning WCBS reporter which Lam sorts it out for us due to social distancing a New York City public school classroom will be limited from nine to a maximum of 12 students, as opposed to a prior average of 30 students will return in September and either a blended learning model. Or a fully remote learning model if they so choose blended learning means students will be taught on site in school for part of the week and will attend school remotely On the other days of the week, Chancellor Richard Carranza says the vast majority of students will be in the classroom either two or three days a week, though in some cases it will be one day a week. Karan's acknowledges it's a lot to take in But underlines the approach was developed with principles at the table. Now they were worked to adapt these models to school communities, and they will provide clear specific schedules for each student in August, so parents will know which days their child is expected in person. And mayor De Blasio admits the best way to educate our kids is in the classroom, but adds whatever we do. Is seen through the prism of health and safety.
New York City Public Schools Will Reopen With ‘Blended Learning’ Model In Fall, Mayor Says
"Like New York City's 1.1 million public school kids will return to their classrooms in the fall, not full time. But using a hybrid plan Here's schools Chancellor Richard Carranza. Students will return in September and either a blended learning model or a fully remote learning model if they so choose blended learning means students will be taught on site in school for part of the week and will attend school remotely. On the other days of the week, Governor Cuomo gets the final say he says he'll review the plan, and he's requiring all of New York 700 school districts. To submit one by July 31st Cuomo says he'll make a final decision at the beginning of
NYC schools will reopen in fall with "blended learning" model, mayor says
"Overnight. The mayor of New York City, Bill deBlasio, announcing the city's altered approach to schools, which he says will open this fall. Mayor De Blasio says the model of the city will use is blended learning a weekly mix of in class and remote instruction. Remote learning is not perfect, but we've also seen a lot of kids benefit greatly from it during these last months. The other major component is health City schools. Chancellor Richard Carranza says pee pee and hand sanitizer will be provided Also our building Will be deep cleaned on a nightly basis with electrostatic disinfectants, prayers and H vac systems are being upgraded as we speak more than a 1,000,000 New York City kids and teachers to wear masks at all times grin all Scott
New York City Schools Preparing For ‘Maximum Number’ Of Students To Return In September, Mayor Says
"Of New York City. Parents want their kids back in school this fall, according to a survey conducted by the Department of Education Mayor Bill de Blasio says that 75% of almost half a 1,000,000 parents want classrooms open. This fall. They feel ready now. They know that's what they want to do. So we're full steam ahead for September. The goal, of course, to have the maximum number of kids in our schools as we begin schools. Plans remain sketchy. But the mayor says students will be required to wear face covering schools will have social distancing handwashing stations and regular deep cleanings. School Chancellor Richard Carranza is set to meet with principles today to review how many students each school can hold safely at any given time.
"richard carranza" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Memorial Day weekend some new Yorkers started making plans involving beaches on Long Island but now people from the city are not really welcome on most of those speeches Nassau County executive Laura current has signed a bill limiting county run Nickerson beach to county residents on live oak in with mayor de Blasio I completely understand and respect his decision and I feel that I have to make a decision that is in the best interest of our residents as well the city of long beach's voted to restricted speech to residents on land the Hempstead town board is limiting lido beach and point lookout to town right since Jones beach which is run by the state will be open to new York city residents but only at fifty percent capacity same deal at Robert Moses state park in Suffolk where the county Smith point in Cup Sugg beaches will only be open to county residents the Albany area has begun reopening as of today MMX seven out of ten regions the New York state doing that but as Glenn Schuck reports from city hall there is still no target date for downstate Long Island the mid Hudson Valley and the five boroughs still appear they'll need a few more weeks to go before any partial re opening begins although cove in nineteen the case is at the lowest level in more than two months according to the governor Andrew Cuomo will allow Memorial Day commemorations of ten people or less he says he wants sports back quickly I'm very aggressive on encouraging sports teams and to operate without fans this is more an economic calculus for different sports some sports franchises can make this work easier than others nearly one in five city public school students will head off to summer school chancellor Richard Carranza explaining how it'll work for grades three through eight summer learning will take place four days a week for a total of six weeks and that is because teachers will make the determination based on each student's full year of progress three hundred thousand internet enabled devices are now in the hands of city school kids Glenn Schuck ten ten wins here at city hall Connecticut has taken some major re opening steps you can now play mini golf and eat at least outdoors at restaurants in Connecticut capacity is limited masks are a must and older people are urged to remain home as every state now takes at least a step toward re opening epidemiologist and ABC news contributor Dr John Brownstein said the restrictions worked clearly we still have had a massive impact of this virus but we've been able to generally keep our health systems under capacity reproduction rate of the viruses where public health officials wanted to be at least for now as they wait to see the effects of all the re openings the US correspondent Aaron Katersky looker steak house in Williamsburg has of course been closed during the pandemic but now for the first.
Mayor: New York City Summer School Will Be Done Via Remote Learning
"Well summer will be catch up time for students in New York City who've been struggling with online learning during the school year W. CBS reporter Marla diamond has the story with this school year said to end June twenty sixth the mayor has outlined plans for summer online learning we see this as a summer where unprecedented learning can happen and I can propel us forward into the new school year nearly one hundred and seventy eight thousand one in six students will be asked to attend schools chancellor Richard Carranza says parents will be notified if their child is one of them students will have up to five hours of instruction Dalene subjects they received of course in progress mark for or if they failed in approve the prior semester this city struggled to get remote learning up and running and get internet ready computers into the hands of students who needed them the mayor says two hundred and eighty four
"richard carranza" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Com slash radio service fees limitations and exclusions apply see plan for details and now the forecast from Frank street seems not so bad but it'll be turning cloudy tonight will be forty eight in midtown they will have gray skies a little rain and drizzle the times tomorrow brisk and chilly your day with a high just fifty forward much of the time it feels like forties cloudy windy tomorrow night with some more rain and drizzle at times when you're fifty clouding couple showers for Thursday quite windy as well little wonder that with sixty one in mid town that night cold front moves through with some rain and gusty thunderstorms soaking rain can lead to some street and poor drainage flooding fifty six for the lower mid town rebel clouds and windy with a couple showers for Friday were still the with high sixty seven looks as though we stay mainly dry for the weekend Saturday might start date but otherwise clouds and sun high sixty six for Saturday Sunday increasing clouds but it looks as though we drive through the day and warm with a high near seventy exchange rate comes that night New York City public school kids and teachers now have a new grading system to go by for online learning those changes were announced Tuesday schools chancellor Richard Carranza says the grading decisions were made after discussions with students parents educators and lawmakers we have to craft a policy that recognizes the trauma that recognizes the voice that recognizes what our students in our community have been through traditional grading will be dropped for elementary and middle school students.
"richard carranza" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Announcement this morning about school he is expected to be joined win by schools chancellor Richard Carranza you can relax Stanton went more on that announcement of doctors and her name is mourning the hospitalist sendoff for more on the nationwide impacted the pandemic let's go to this special report now medical experts are racing to figure out ways to slow the spread of covert nineteen so we're tech giants like Google and apple they're teaming up with the system that could alert people if they've been in contact with someone who tested positive for coronavirus ABC Trevor all to explains the technology would use Bluetooth data to keep track of phones that have been close to each other it'll first roll out in may as an app designed by public health agencies but apple and Google have plans to build the function directly into their phones operating systems meeting if you want to use it you just have to turn it on but they would require additional corona virus tests president trump says he's going to name another task force next week it'll be focused on re opening the country the president said he'll take the advice of medical experts on when to do that about a hundred million people threatened by severe weather this weekend officials advising everyone in those regions to determine the best places to shelter given that usual shelters may be closed Brian Clark ABC news stay with ten ten wins and ten ten wins dot com again nine thirty this morning we are awaiting an announcement from mayor de Blasio reportedly about city schools wins news time eight thirty one I have been transparent you can with elite conference heading over to mass transit expect longer waits for south bound a trains after the MTA's since the person needed medical help as.
"richard carranza" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"Has that contact been happening with students. That haven't been accounted for. If it has yeah and and again we have found. Thank goodness is that in some cases. It's a connectivity issue. You know there's four kids in one house all of them different grade levels and one device kind of share the device while they get this really important information about we'll get the next Devices we get another issue where everybody in the House Dick. Nobody's picking up to be in the hospital but everybody sick so we will have a high school. Junior is the one that taking care of everybody so we can get them help as well that connecting them with resources as well so it's been a myriad of things that we got a talking about the virus itself curious if you have any sense of how many New York City school teachers are ill with it And I hope there's no been no fatalities but I'd be curious if you know about any any numbers like that and I guess that raises the question of whether you feel. Did you wait too long to close the schools to be closed? All the schools cases appeared before the full shutdown. Talk about the impact of the virus itself. Yeah so you know. We get this question a lot. Especially because NYPD and and and NYPD MPN. Y are reporting the number of their members that are there and how many of them are sick. Rep you. Keep in mind police in the fire department. They're out light now serving the public. Our teachers are at home. So there is no mechanism Except for what we information we get through the Department of Health To even know who is a teacher that has positive And because they're not in in schools right now actually interacting with other teachers and students. There really isn't that mechanism in place that to track that the difference is our regional enrichment center so we do have a process in our regional engagement centers. Where if if God forbid there is a case of somebody testing positive. We have a protocol we follow. The governor's vote Apollo as well as our health commissioners protocol The REC center Mayor has said very publicly. We're not going to shut down these REC centers that they will be cleaned. They will be decreasing and then we will do the tracing with the health investigators to make sure that whoever has been in contact is also being tested and is being attended to and and quarantine that we have a protocol in place for that for sure now. The question about schools. You know the mayor's got city of almost nine million people. He's got every conceivable issue. That goes with the largest city in America including the economy. And and what you shut down when you shut down again I will tell you. I've spoken daily with. The mayor spoke daily with Samaras. This was developing. We were very much in the in the place of following the lead of our health professionals who are guiding us in terms of how we were addressing these issues. I will share with you. We had a situation where we had somebody that self reported and again that we got no confirmation from the state health department our local from somebody self reported that a student has tested positive and parents to come in and without any official confirmation out of an abundance of caution we closed. We closed that school down for twenty four hours. We did the deep clean. We sent letters to everybody and as a health department actually went in and interviewed that student and interviewed that parents it turns out they were never posited. The student was sick with something resembling the flu a month ago. There was no positive tests for corona virus. He was a false alarm. So you know again. You have to be very clear eyed sober about how we close school then when you close schools these are hundreds if not thousands of parents then that are overnight in in overnight basis have to make other alternate health choices for their children and tear choices for the children and their first responders or health care provider. That impact is amplified. You know by two two or three times so again we want to be judicious but we also want to be absolutely making sure. Kids and adults are safe. We follow the advice of the healthcare profession. One as question will let you go and and we only have a minute anyway before we sign off but just to to parents who are. Kinda stressed at home you know you could sorta speak directly to parents. Were trying to limit their kids screen time but also help their kids Do the schoolwork at presented to them. Do you have any sort of broad advice to parents who are trying to balance working from home limiting their kids screen time end helping them with their score. I just WanNa say to parents thank you. I'm you know no. You didn't train to become a teacher to be pedagogue and here you are so we want to give you resources on our website schools at nyc. Dot Gov right on the landing page. There's learned from home their resources and guides returns as well in multiple languages. That can help you as well But we we recognize how difficult for parents as well as well as students and teachers. We won't have as many resources and support for everybody possible. I will tell you that. I don't think I will ever hear again. Why do teachers need some time off in the summer? Or why did he need time off at various times of the year? It when you're with children You can't slough off it's a it's a all in all in intensive Kind of a job and I want to thank for helping to keep. You didn't actively engage Chancellor Richard Carranza thank you so much for joining us. Maximum Murphy and good luck running system out there. Take Care into that was the commissioner Richard. Kuranda you've joined us for another Fun-filled our maximum V. here and Wbai. That's all the time we have Our Producers Reggie Johnson. Our intern is Anita Chowdhury. And he's been Max. I'm Gerry Murphy. Follow us at city limits DOT ORG DOT DOT COM or on every Wednesday five. Pm Stay tuned. Wbai and have a great week in the greatest city in the world..
"richard carranza" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"From Gotham Gazette. We're going to move right into our second guess the Schools Chancellor For New York City the Department of Education is Richard Carranza and he joins us now on the line Chance Rhonda. You're on with Dan. Max from God. jared Murphy from limits. Thanks for joining us here on. Wbai very much for having me. And as we jump into this transition to promote learning in the big shock to the school system that you run for over one million students and obviously many thousands of teachers in school personnel Just give us a little sense of what your your day. Today your day to day in this new reality looks like everyday is different. Just like them. I would say for all of our one point one million students and their families and our teachers and administrators. So the two words that I've really been emphasizing for. Everybody is number one Flexibility and number two patient Because what we don't want to do is shove a traditional classroom day or traditional school day into a remote learning environment because it's just not gonNA work So what we're doing is really emphasizing flexibility. Patience but I will tell you. I've been very impressed with what I'm seeing and hearing from the field in terms of how creative our teachers are being how are students and their families are being Our our central sap is working literally around the clock at curing resources for teachers to have as they develop lessons and engage with students We have a partner organizations that are coming to the table and working with us as well. I'm happy to report that as of This Monday we delivered. Wi Fi enabled devices to all students in temporary housing. So kids Homeless kids have devices. We've got another shipment coming in and we prioritize students that are in poverty in foster care so it things are rolling out That one last thing I'll say is even with the best intentions in the best laid plans. Just understand you know. We'RE WE'RE FLYING. The plane is we're building. So the flexibility part is that not perfect but we'll find a way to make it better and I think everybody's working with that spirit right now. So I'm I'm I'm very proud of the Department of Education a chance to Cranston. This is jared Murphy from city limits to full disclosure. I'm the parent near City Public School High School Sophomore and a third grader. And one thing I know parents have talked about amongst themselves is trying to figure out. What's the goal for this exercise? Assuming it could go to the end of the year. What is your goal is it? Is it the same education goals you had before the Cova crisis different at a lower of a broader in some ways? What do you think is the target? You're trying to hit the jerk. That's a really good question. I appreciate your question and thank you by the way for being a parent of a public school student So there are actually believe it or not food district that have gone out Out of session across the country that are doing absolutely nothing to academic engage students They're just out of school And in Europe. That's just unacceptable. There's no way we're going to let students not be academically engaged not be connected to their schools and their teachers so I think also you know if you think about what happened. In a matter of one week we took every school in for example in Los Angeles adds to that every school in Chicago and all those in Boston next year city and we in one week time converted from I'm in classroom teacher based model of instruction to remote learning a model where teachers have to teach differently. Organized differently students learn differently And then the terrific. All the equity issues around Ability of if I was an availability of connectivity So I think it's impossible to say it's been a look exactly the same as before this transition to remote learning now. That said I can tell you that. I have ample evidence and examples that I'm seen every day of teachers having just as high expectations for the students working justice harder harder to make sure that they're engaging their students but then also having a healthy dose of realism. That you know the gradings going to have to be a little more robust in different Submission of assignments is GonNa probably have to look different and then adapting to those differences while still holding the same high standards for students. So I would say that we still wanted to have quality in quality experiences. We want students. Who got the challenge? But we also understand that in this environment and you know every every day we're gonNA get better I'm talking about the Grand Week and that Every week we're going to continue to develop our remote learning in terms of making the learning as as robust as possible. What's from from your perch? You have such a wide variety of course to to worry about you. Have everything from pre K. students through seniors in high school. So there's such a variation but let's just sort of land somewhere that's always so important and you know so tumultuous lectures sort of. Let's take seventh grade or eighth grade if you want Just just talk us through from the. Do from your your perspective. What are the expectations for? Let's say What a seventh grade students should be getting out of a day right now. What should schools be having? Their seventh graders do great question. I'm GONNA if you don't mind just a little friendly amendment. I'm also GonNa talk a little bit about seniors because you know. We want to be optimistic April twentieth. Become back but I also want to be very realistic and given the way. The social spread in the community spread of this virus is happening There's a real possibility. We could go well beyond a twentieth so we're also really concerned about our senior. WanNa make sure that they're accumulating credit who WANNA make sure that they're still meeting all the requirements for graduation. We WanNA make sure they're still getting their career in college. Guidance is you're applying for universities and colleges and post secondary opportunities so All of those things are really really important for our seniors as well. But for a seventh grader. With what I don't want is a seventh grader. HaveN'T EXPERIENCED SAYS OKAY. You have to be online at seven. Thirty or eight o'clock eighty. I'm because I period start at eight and then second period starts at nine and then third. That's ridiculous there's no way that with this particular circumstance. We can have a traditional schedule because we know that at seven theatre maybe taking care of their four three brother and their third grade sister wealth. Mom AND DAD are out. You know working so we need to be flexible and if so what what. I'm expecting that computer to get though is a daily check in with their teacher or one of their teachers. 'cause seventh grade Middle School. They're going to have a number of teachers. Somebody should be making contact with that student every day so that we know and and by the way that's part of our process we know that that students okay. They're engaged. That students should have a variety of experiences so that students should be able to with the guidance of their teacher log into their Google classroom and on that. Google classroom. They should have a number of lessons or experiences or links that take them to different experiences. Support Gamble for English language arts What if they log in and are able to use the discovery after they go to the Smithsonian and they have a guided guided tour Looking at Let's say artifacts from Delay Agent and then as they go through that guided tour series of questions and then at the end of that tour. They have to write a three paragraph little description. Of what did they see? What were they looking for? What did they find that? I think could be a very rich for seventy by the way it's actually happening with some of our schools in our middle schools and then for physical activity. They can log in to a google classroom where they're pe teacher. It's going to take everybody on a virtual exercise calisthenics routine teacher in her classroom. Students Log in. Okay here we go and you're moving an from there. They can get any those kinds of experiences and not all six seven classes every day but every other day you have an English language arts of the every other day you have a mathematics in your logging into the Khan Academy and doing specific work. Work not worksheets. The worst problem. So you didn't remain. Actively engage following the state standards to the best of their ability and teachers are pulling the resources without having to spend all night looking for the resources. They log into there Teacher hub and they're able to Mug into those resources in just pull them and played drop them into classroom had lease so the student. That's the kind of experience that I want our students to be able to have that and one more thing. There are a number of our schools for example.
"richard carranza" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Closed business order and so now there will be penalties you're a retail store or an entertainment center and you stay open or if you're a bar and you keep serving patrons in your establishment consider this as your final warning your actions are against the law in New Jersey and you will be held accountable governor Murphy tweeted a warning to price counters and those who are fueling racist behavior saying there's a special place in hell for people who take advantage of this health crisis president trump has been accused of engaging in a racist speak by calling covert nineteen the Chinese virus yesterday he had this to say very important that we totally protect our Asian American community in the United States and all around the world they're amazing people and the spreading of the virus is not their fault in any way shape or form they're working closely with us to get rid of it we will prevail together it's very important the president has signed an executive order aimed at preventing the hoarding of medical supplies Attorney General William Barr says this isn't about how many rolls of toilet paper you have in your house he says it's aimed at holding on an industrial scale and so of masks are being courted in a warehouse a knock on the door is coming overseas Italy says it's recorded a smaller day today increase and the new coronavirus cases for the second straight day they say they were just over six hundred deaths registered on Monday compared to six hundred fifty one on Sunday there are more than six thousand corona virus related deaths now in Italy and Spain the skating rink in Madrid is now being used as a more South Korea today doubled a planned economic rescue package to eighty billion dollars to save companies hit by the virus and they put a floor under the stock and bond markets Egypt announces a two week seven PM to six AM curfew for its more than one hundred million people because of the outbreak among the victims here in New York a school principal in Brooklyn is in Rome and was only thirty six years old she ran the Brooklyn democracy academy in Brownsville schools chancellor Richard Carranza expressed his condolences as did the council of school supervisors and administrators in a statement they wrote that their prayers are with her family and they asked everyone to continue to do everything possible to keep yourselves and your loved ones safe during the crisis well it looks like New York City school kids may end up being school from home for the rest of the school year the mayor says well they had set April twentieth for schools to re open he now cannot see that happening remote learning for the city's one point one million students began yesterday the city is still working me time to get everyone set up with laptops to make it happen yesterday the mayor conceded to ten ten wins that this remote system will not be as good as learning in the classroom not even close he says but they're going to do the best they can wins news time seven fifty one no traffic and transit here's Karen store we've got some problems in Jersey that we want to tell you about first in Newark on seventy eight east the on ramp to exit fifty eight four one eight nine has a car that broke down part of that ramp is closed traffic is squeaking past it with little to no problem at the moment we're still dealing with this closure of southbound twenty threes ramp to two eighty seven south with emergency repairs in Riverdale to that seen call that happened last week a traffic is being detoured there here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels if you travel in the Staten Island bound Verrazano bridge just be aware that they put construction in place that goes until three how long like in George R. ten minutes and we're looking live the ten ten wins jam cams and if you're traveling in master bath in queens on the eastbound ally E. traffic is packed from fifty eight street just sixty fifth place not spotting anything regards to an accident but if you know something that I don't know I could well be the case call the seven time when striving to planned please at eight four four jam ten ten if you get a voicemail we will return your call very very quickly.
"richard carranza" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Will also provide child care for central workers remote learning will start March twenty third chancellor Richard Carranza says they are addressing the issues of lack of computers and internet access we estimate about three hundred thousand of our students are in need of devices we have partners that have stepped up the city of new York's has stepped up and we believe we can actually get devices into the hands of our students who need them teachers will be given guidance on the remote learning starting Tuesday he's advising parents to go to the department's website and register meanwhile the mayor says his decision has nothing to do with pressure the threat was growing so intensely that we have to accept it Samantha the Ben ten ten wins at city hall parents very concerned about what this means not only for their family's health but for their children's education nor amount as as a parent of a ten year old city students she explained this is not a vacation dealt with her and really blamed the graphic what's happening I mean I've ever looked at it getting pulled up for a month let alone not really having it and when they'll call back yes again executive Laura current also announcing schools was shut down for two weeks as of today we've got to protect the most vulnerable having the general public stay home one day at a time we'll have a massive effect on flattening this curve the curve that we we expect to get bigger the flatter the curve that means the fewer people getting sick it also means fewer deaths schools in Suffolk and Westchester counties are also being shut down Connecticut schools too many New Jersey schools already closed down and governor Phil Murphy is expected order all schools closed later today wins news time to six few hours after renounce goals were close mayor laws you also ordered many businesses to shut down more from correspondent Ryan Clark saying the city must respond with a wartime mentality New York City mayor bill de Blasio announced he's ordering the closure of all movie theaters nightclubs small theaters and coffee houses and all of the city's restaurants cafes and bars will be limited to take out and delivery only the executive order goes into effect at nine AM on Tuesday and was announced hours after the Blasi ordered the closure of all of the city's public schools their laws are also announcing the special election for queens borough president set for March twenty fourth will be postponed governor Cuomo says of the number of new virus cases and deaths continues to rise who moved to enforce stricter regulations in the state the governor who pressed the city to close the schools as the buses and subways will continue to operate the density on the transportation system is down because of some of the other measures we've taken our best private businesses to voluntarily close we're closing schools so the ridership on the public transit system is is down just by a function of everything else we've done New York watching and waiting to see if the virus takes a toll on the men and women to keep our city running our trains moving in our people safe so far our area's public work force is holding up well though a second New York firefighters tested positive for the corona virus this time it's a battalion captain in Brooklyn the FDNY saying the captain work three doors in the last week and did not come in contact with any patients uniformed firefighters association president Gerard fitzgerald describing what happened next what thirty five fighters into a into the protocol of of you know staying at home and then those folks will be you know obviously.
"richard carranza" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"The way forty two years ago today mamma mia was it it was today six at twenty six which already good morning thank you bye brother Frank yeah we're dying to hear about al as well the elves one forty forty two years ago it was forty years ago today seventy seven right rest in peace Elvis may for any was all he was only forty two years old right there accomplished an incredible amount of work for some young age she had just always always a very hurtful especially when you think what he could be doing now I joined the radio a lot to get into we're gonna get into it I would've before we go to Alan one of just there was one the new story now and guys tell me Frank if you would and how you want to jump in on this merit of law's your press conference at weary io was asked about taking blue lives matter out of this a mental health initiative that they were going to do because we experience yet another police who said yesterday you know and and enjoyable really got into it with the man that will break that down for his guys without a how would you tell us what was going so the the mayor was at a press conference yesterday with the schools chancellor Richard Carranza so on related to it Marcia Kramer from CBS to ask him the question about this whole thrive in my seat thing we have generally on yes the organ rather have they pulled out and the mayor of this actually called job really a liar that that never happened and that be claiming that you know the counseling as my phone number you could have called me and said it cetera so council press conference yes about the rest yeah so Joe was on filling in for cover McCall yesterday five o'clock right and revealed on social media the emails from mayor de Blasio swipes group thrive in my C. saying well we made a mistake here where you know we we don't want to be partners in it or whatever and what they said was they didn't want they didn't want their logo the thrive logo on a flyer with any other logo and the other only other logo was belies better and then they said they didn't want their logo on a flyer with the councilman but Marcia Kramer she produced example after example around the city with Dr NYC is with all sorts of councilman with all sorts of other things the mayor wall accusing job rally of lying he lied blatantly right well I mean not only him but his wife in the organization thrive in my city so I mean it's just the obvious of optics look bad but but even worse they've taken a billion dollars of city taxpayer money what are they have to show for it where is the money going and you know it you know as you add in the money thank you guys because I have to tell you every time there's as somebody that's not a for lack of a better description conservative or somebody on a Republican if you would that mean you can get away with so much not looking into it if this was a Republican administration they would go and they were all over this investigate where is the money for thrive NYC to be fair the ball on both sides there's there's misdirection and lying on both sides it's not it's not just one side or the other but both sides of this directing here but what is councilman broadly have to gain by lying here no he has no reason to lie and he's what by the way calcium really helps his constituents out he actually stays in the world that he's in and works on them and helps them meanwhile made a Blasio polling at zero is running around the country still trying to be present in the United States instead of being the mayor of New York City there's a reason why cops this respect this mayor there's a reason why morale is low in the police department yeah could very easily said look we made a mistake I'm sorry we're going to fix this and take care of it even governor Murphy why can't stand in New Jersey when he tells me the citizens of New York if they hang in there we're going to take care of it we're getting things done I mean I I have to defend the guy if he's doing the right thing you know it's an embarrassment was happening in work and tell me their gay marriage out city of New York will be back in court today is just moving there to that story right as the case to possibly extend the per the providing of bottled water even more residents continues both the natural resources defense council and the New York education workers caucus and maybe that's for the hundred million dollars right I I've been trying to find the soccer Berg really about the soon to force the city to provide bottled water to customers in the one accused service area in the eastern portion of I cannot believe this is Michigan and no one is stepping up out why isn't there why doesn't the governor's step up at a press conference and he's a great guy and Russ Barack the green yeah right the people is well liked as mayor of New York why use Newark wired the New York City isn't always the last to get anything they are so disrespected I'm talking about the citizens are those of us who go win and they work and we and we work in New York and we go to New York and we enjoyed all the good things that New York is now happening and then we go back out do you know to New York or back to the suburbs the folks that are paying high taxes in the work that they can't go and say this is the plan we're building all new infrastructure we apologize and how does it get here well talk to me about the democratic neglected the inner cities this is a glaring example of exactly that show the concern to the concern to me with the water nor because a couple of things one there are homeowners that have shelled out thousands of dollars ready to replace the pipes in their home the city is not responsible for that if you own a home in Newark yeah I just got right but what I'm saying is there still detecting lead somewhere in the pipes with the homeowners replace them or it's coming in from this this water treatment plant and then going through some of the newer chain eighteen hundred I I I understand that might might my point is is that we need more testing to figure out they've only tested a few homes you need a larger sample to figure out where is it coming from the collecting of possible of the and I agree with you in rows of fronts and but here's a guy that should be answering the question it's not Ross Baraka it's Cory Booker Cory Booker was the mayor when all of this stuff was going on and he neglected the citizens of New York that's the guy who should be they should be asking questions on the campaign trail is Hey what did you do you were a member of this this organization of this water treatment or whatever it was he was involved in in Newark and they they the other people there built it out of millions and you were you were nowhere to be found you were dropped from the being named in a lawsuit that's the guy would be asking the questions of now all right now go to love by he's right now we got to go down the second but I'm on it thank you personal questions so Carol all the a cold she has a preference that they want to come on Frankie five boroughs who's as a film with a doing a charity so you have all that information right well I've told Carol would be happy to have any friend of hers on the program all right so I'm gonna give me I'll give her your number she has your number yeah I just after I love the good well the egg alright I like that cal's by the team I have a friend she's booking the show not fried any and I said I'd have done anything in the because I'm just such a it is good to have it easy and freckles that they ask you if you are we have them well you know I don't care how hard so down yeah right so that Carol all goes I'd like to talk about we know we clarity once an hour done unlike with that about as a I have a yeah yes yeah what do you mean Freeman in driving miss address the result is that you get whenever you need with all I'm so sorry you want the ten o'clock hour to have this Mike I'll call him a call right now the six thirty four we are how to measure what we I will was our first guest Frankie by brought up a twenty five year mark good so so is off from Israel I love it I I want to go that out right now I don't mean to be mean what was your you know that if they lose lose it we are a little started and then you do news will come back finished because it's over the holiday season that will make sure that I was always in Frankie help me out here I was always a blustery on being time last week he's it's his way or no way bill barreled through a conversation just starts and we and we love him about it just because you know why it's like we all have relatives like this so so in any and you gotta love so so then only could be you know is out of the car not having breaks and then I would sound mean main how vicious yeah you're right laughing because you're pumping the brakes on your card to stop it what do you get when you get the gas pedal when you hit the brake and full stop you could yelled you could see where you and the car a gonna listen then I thought maybe I have you're going now wait stop wait I would not lose it do you thank god thank god that you will they not tonight writer in kids I mean you know David Hasselhoff the card the pop was in the car a little bit I was remarkably calm yesterday for the majority of the day actually from a growl for all of the data didn't flip out it also shows you call the tow truck driver to call triple a for the tow truck added the touch I will be there within the hour the sunny the tax or whatever and and two hours later the tow truck shows up as I'm sitting yeah so first off I I noted that the amount of infractions in New York City by bicyclists is amazing there's a reason why these people are getting hit left and right none of them follow the the laws that's that's what number one this vision zero plan forget the bicyclist of the one that should be following the plan anyway the tow truck comes he shows up he backs up on Broadway pulls the truck meanwhile pedestrians walking by going to get hit with this truck they don't care they walk about how to scream at the top of my lungs for two people to get out of the way it was hysterical and and they look at me like I'm not some like you want to get it by the truck all right gets the toll puts the call on the on the tow truck he says I'm sorry I took two hours but nobody in my group wanted to come and get you I said well how come and he says I kid you not this exactly says he says when we saw the license plate the license plate read often it's as NYPD they thought you were a cop so they don't want to come and get you and white why because most of the people I guess in this tow group and I'm not giving any names so hot many want to get arrested nice to Noah Nazr last you for marijuana I understand that and I don't laugh I had to laugh yeah exact surgery of the situation on the right but on top of that is the fact that I said yes I understand the police officers drive Ford fusions and there in the mark than white PD they look like an undercover cop but if the cop was stalled why would a copy trying to get a call back to New Jersey number one because they have to live in the five boroughs or number two don't the police have their own tow trucks to tow the wrong cop cars away yeah well yeah in retrospect I think Joe yes right you should of called I could top the eight o'clock our time from nine o'clock hour so that by the time the tow.
"richard carranza" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"You don't let a drunk person plane, why would you let somebody that's violently ill or the plane others. I spoke with say they understand the response because people who are very ill should not give the illness to others. But of course, they were worried when they saw the large response on the ground with EMS fire officials and more what do? Passengers have tests are still being done, but it could be the flu Sophia hall WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty and those test results could be back later on tonight. He'd been New York City. Schools chancellor, Richard Carranza calls the city's public schools the most segregated school system in the country, but don't expect busing as a remedy to fix that. Here's rich lamb chancellor, Carranza appraises, New York's diversity, but complains our schools should also reflect what New York City looks like. But when asked whether he would consider busing as a way to make city schools more equitable, you said, I don't see a need for that kind of an intervention. I don't think it's the kind of thing we want our city, mayor de Blasio agrees and seemed to bristle at the very thought of moving kids around as a desegregation tool bussing to me. Creates a whole host of problems. And also suggests that we're not in the work of trying to improve every school. It literally cuts against the goal. The mayor noting the goal is to improve schools across the board, regardless of zipcode, regardless of district at PS three seventy seven in ozone, park, queens, rich, lamb, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty eight is.
"richard carranza" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And you have this potential but you haven't had that prep time but some of the other asian students is it fair to say that you should still have access to one of the schools while that's the really at the heart of this issue is what's fair so the people who are four the s h sat asian parents alumni groups they say the test is fair because it gives everyone a fair shot now the mayor and schools chancellor richard carranza are saying that what really needs to happen is that everyone has a fair way to get into these schools and that the system has traditionally disadvantaged black and latino students and so they need to be given a fair shot at success and a fair shot at these schools so that they can maybe rise to the occasion because what we don't see in some of those communities are the test prep centers is even mention these schools for a lot of students so that part has been missing and that's what the mayor and the chance are trying to remedy with this new proposal they've put forth to bring in students who are the top performers at middle schools across the country across the city to have have an invitation to go to the specialized high schools and and label that those students will rise the occasion if they're given the opportunity to have that academically rigorous that super engage intellectual atmosphere okay and rising to the occasion was one of the questions that i definitely had because if you have students who haven't had all that prep and yet they're suddenly given a spa in one of these super competitive high schools is it fair to expect them to run at the same pace that everybody else is moving at if you haven't had that training time beforehand that's been a big issue and that's one thing that people say is going to happen who are against this change they say that the students who are coming in will make these specialized high schools not so special anymore they'll make it so they're just like any other high school but at the mayor what the mayor is calling for is a really novel approach something that hasn't been tried to take the students who are doing their best with the circumstances that they have granted that middle schools are not on a fair playing field that there are schools that are screen schools have gifted and talented programs that better prepares students and schools that are worse off on this metrics that have really low test scores when it comes to the state test but drying this new experiment of seeing what it would look like to bring those eager kids the top kids in each school together have a more diverse experience.
"richard carranza" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"He's who ran the business on the first floor was trapped and killed nancy hamer lived on that floor for thirty three years for boyfriend woke her up so they could make a run for it flames shooting everywhere and the smoke was so heavy you just put in breathe it was actually worse outside the smoke then unless i was just trying to go so fast down the stairs that i didn't realize how bad it was in the building the cause of the fire still being investigated as crews still pour water on hotspots because of the age of the building that they say is now in danger of collapse glenn shock ten ten wins thirty six and broadway downtown bayonne wins news time four there's been a lot of debate in recent months about how to diversify top performing public schools on the upper west side and today the city is expected to release a plan that would set aside seats for struggling students in each of these schools the wall street journal reports twentyfive percent of seats would go to low income low performing students the topic will likely come up tonight when schools chancellor richard carranza meeting of the panel for education policy at the tweet courthouse president trump travels to duluth minnesota this afternoon for a round table on protecting american jobs in the evening he'll hold a make america great again rally one question is whether the president will bring up former minnesota governor tim polenta republican who's running for governor again he called president trump on fit and unhinged back in two thousand sixteen primary opponent claims that he is more in touch with trump voters meantime former trump attorney michael cohen has a new attorney and there's talk that cones getting ready to cooperate although he has yet to be actually charged with a crime cohen has retained guy petrello a partner at petroleo klein in boxer here in new york he would take a lead role in negotiations with federal prosecutors if cohen ultimately decides to cooperate and negotiate a deal patroller once led the criminal division of the us attorney's office for the southern district of new york the same office that is now building a criminal case against cohen his current legal team of stephen ryan and todd harrison will remain on the case until next week when a judge has set a deadline for colin to complete a review of material seized during april raids and that's correspondent aaron katersky wins news time eight oh five here's.
"richard carranza" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The new new york city schools chancellor richard carranza on the job for just a few weeks he's already taking stands four standardized tests and against segregated schools we'll talk about those issues and more also how the russia investigation looks to president obama's ambassador to russia michael mcfaul the brian lehrer show weekdays at ten am on wnyc from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly one of president trump's lawyers rudy giuliani says if the president is to be interviewed by special counsel robert muller he'd like the same conditions given to former secretary of state hillary clinton when she was interviewed by the fbi about her private e mail server hillary clinton treatment is what i'm looking for and that is no no under oath only q and a and then we get the questions in advance and they write the report two weeks before giuliani was speaking to abc's this week he says the president might ignore any subpoena to answer questions about russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election britain's foreign secretary boris johnson travels to washington this week for talks on the two thousand fifteen nuclear agreement with iran as npr's danielle chaz low reports from london president trump is preparing to announce whether he will withdraw the us from that deal britain signed the agreement in two thousand fifteen that lifted sanctions on iran in exchange change for tehran curbing its nuclear weapons program president trump has called the agreement horrible he wants to extend limits on iran's nuclear development that are set to expire in several years trump has said he will decide by the end of this week whether to withdraw from the agreement johnson's trip to washington follows those made by the leaders of france and germany who also urged president trump to stick with the iran deal wall street futures are higher this morning i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york fifty five degrees fair skies right now with three recent deaths of young children hit by drivers advocates say now is the time to expand the number of speed cameras in the city wnyc stephen essen reports that depends on the leadership though in albany and specifically the new york state senate which has killed legislation that has passed in the assembly for the.
"richard carranza" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Let's make it tougher because the big thing is by twenty twentyfive iran is free to go off and pursue its nuclear program so let's extend that and maybe trump will agree mr trump if you weren't listening the first time these files conclusively prove iran is brazenly lying when it says it never had a nuclear weapons program there you go and of course netanyahu talking about trump's big decision here i'm sure you'll do the right thing the right thing for the united states the right thing for israel and the right thing for the peace of the world it says bring up the question i mean the u i ran did lie to the united nations before two thousand fifteen so really lynn how can we trust them we trust to abide by they lie all the time i know the conventional wisdom is a deal is better than no deal it's all right that's true i don't know you abrogate the deal they start up their nuclear theoretically so so if they continue to lie after the deal then what do we do well they suppose well you know we do have it the obstreperous let them assad go in there well take out the take out the top nuclear scientists that i bet is what's going to happen haven't the observers said that they are complying who listen for me i'm sitting over here the becca u n observers were there before two thousand fifteen said that oh there's not much the nuclear program that turned out to be a lie i don't i don't put any faith in what the un observers or these nuclear observers see did don't see rounding out the big three our school's chancellor of new york city richard carranza kind of apologizing he reads tweeted out sweet that was pretty racist about the upper west side so he now is pulling back a little bit i guess he didn't realize what he retweeted.
"richard carranza" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Are no strewn avenue in east flatbush brooklyn on a lighter note he didn't get to make the rounds with local school kids today for his first day on the job of the new big boss at new york city schools got to do lunch with his boss and the city's first lady richard carranza who was the head of the school system down in houston replaces carbon for rena she officially went into retirement and got up the fishing poles last friday well the de blasios took him to cats deli over on east howson where they marched out on pastrami and cheesecake as for his initial plans someone ask i want to finish my second sandwich breaking news now and you heard it right here the cap the job after the mayor's initial choice miami super alberto carvalho suddenly backed out our schools are on spring break so kuranda didn't do the school visit thing with the kids just get as for lunch at cats must have been a hit he took home a doggie bag for his wife comedian kathy griffin says if it happened to me it can happen to you referring to certain jokes which could get you in hot water and almost kill your career for the former cnn new year's eve ho says she hopes to make her us comback laughing about the disturbing photograph of a beheaded president trump got her in hot water in the first place criminal kickoff a north american tour this summer a year after she was condemned for posing with that picture suddenly susan star lost money received death threats she was scared to death to leave her house so she was investigated by the fed for nearly two months for two or kicks off may twenty fifth in toronto with additional dates in canada the us and mexico wins news time eight twenty five and now a page from the diary of flo dear diary the ghost is back this house is protected through progressive but that doesn't mean it's not haunted how else would you explain that radiator like clanking sound or the moon colored light in the.
"richard carranza" Discussed on 710 WOR
"In new york city northern new jersey believe it or not multiple inches already i think after this one maybe maybe we're done i think i'm planning moving to california to get away from it for sure it's not just keeps coming back we hear you whether advisory in effect for today until two o'clock again as you just heard race as should be okay by this afternoon the first day of school for new york city's new schools chancellor today mayor de blasio having lunch at cats delhi school chance of richard carranza the odd place to begin the career but that's what they're gonna do i really dan cats as delhi though the food and all the schools is just as delicious so they just want to make a deli by the way but the strange place to start the new job well he's coming from houston so he probably has he's never had multiple soup in his life like some crept he's probably gonna confused if you go into cats as you know you gotta get the tickets go through the turnstile and the ticket into the guys he's already completely confused here in new york never his daca dead president trump taking to twitter over the weekend lashing out at democrats and mexico over immigration says democrats blew on daca and now a lot of people coming into the country to take advantage of it trump says republicans must go nuclear now and pass tough law saying no more daca deal right how about this one privacy advocates concerned that google and amazon are working on digital assists in that can track your mood and your health your moo mood how does it work.
"richard carranza" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Crown some he seems to have a real goal for inclusion and equality in education i'm personally thrilled because mr karan's has mexican heritage and i feel that she can serve out the great role model sort of mexican american community who to actually to the mexican american students who unfortunately right now are leading in the high school dropout rate forty one percent of all mexican american high school students are dropping out of high school but to get some of my question i'm wondering why it is when they student trans transfers to a new school after two over thirty i the funding for that student doesn't transferred to the new school this is a concern because we see this trend happening a lot in charter schools right before the state test well i appreciate that question what a very fundamental question about how we are guiding our schools i i agree with you about richard carranza i think he's going to be a role model for kids of all backgrounds i think obviously because he is so very proud of his mexican culture and history and heritage and because he is a bilingual actually spoke spanish at home before he ever learned english he learned english in school i think a lot of kids are gonna be inspired by that and i think it's very important a moment for the mexican american community the city that is very big already and growing a lot on your question look gets to a core point there are charter schools who i've said something do what i believe is exactly the right thing the same as traditional public schools they take all children.