37 Burst results for "School District"

Pomona Unified Schools Bring Back Campus Police

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:16 min | 21 hrs ago

Pomona Unified Schools Bring Back Campus Police

"Pomona unified school district to bring back campus police. Following the funding movement. And Fox News. So this is interesting. The Pomona. Unified school district. Said it was no longer going to fund officers on the campus. They would substitute instead of officers they would substitute proctors, which means nothing, right? In order to practice. A whole super fight. An unarmed. Because you know those who want to shoot up schools and I need to talk to you about the Michigan one. Yeah. But I'll get to that in a moment. So. They withdrew funding, then there was a shooting on the campus. And then their back to funding. Why are the residents of Pomona not demanding that every single member of the board of the Pomona unified school district resign? There is no, you know that there is no price paid for left wing anarchy, none, none. That's right. Say that Ivermectin works and you are banned from media. Defund police at a school. And nothing happens to you. There is no risk on being a leftist. You risk nothing. It does not matter how crazy how destructive your position is. How many people are killed as a result like in Philadelphia. No price is paid. Every single member of the Pomona unified school district should resign and walk through the streets with an eye apologized sign.

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Fresh "School District" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh "School District" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Fewer students enrolled than there were before the pandemic The biggest percentage in numerical drop was in fairfax Cali the largest school district in the Commonwealth If you commute to the district don't forget about the national Christmas tree lighting ceremony that happens later today Now it's not open to the public but it could cause some big traffic jams During the afternoon commute you'll want to avoid the area around the ellipse just south of The White House That's where road closures for the event will be centered with some of the more significant closures including stretches of 15th and 17th streets and constitution avenue Traffic reporter Dave dildine with advice for drivers If you know about a road closure in advance you have the opportunity to form a plan B it might be telework might be taking K street It might involve leaving early or staying light or taking metro Road closures are set to begin at 1 o'clock this afternoon lasting through 7 tonight see the full list at W TOP dot com Nikai and LA WTO P news Also you can watch the national Christmas tree lighting on CBS Sunday Night at 8 30 Traffic en route one in Stafford county can get really bad but we've learned there could be less stopping in the near future Route one and Stafford county near the courthouse today there's a traffic light more than a half mile of route one will be widened It'll mean dedicated left turn lanes the part of route one will become a four lane divided roadway with a concrete median separating north and southbound traffic Four miles north on route one intersections at telegraph road and Woodstock lane will be realigned and travel lanes reconfigured to keep traffic.

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Larry O'Connor: Stop Worrying About Who Sits in the White House

Mark Levin

01:16 min | Last week

Larry O'Connor: Stop Worrying About Who Sits in the White House

"And what we saw in Virginia with the election of glencoe in the first Republican elected statewide since 2009 was exactly the power and organization and political message that we need to spread far and wide between now and election day next year Stop worrying about who's sitting in the Oval Office Does it matter of course it matters But right now what matters more How do you win this country by changing the president and then everything gets fixed Come on You're smarter than that you know better You know your founders the founders didn't want that You'd think James Madison and Alexander Hamilton and George Washington and Thomas Jefferson wanted us to wring our hands and worry about who would sit in The White House every four years Our entire country was built on the premise of divesting power from the federal government in the nation's capital The most important decisions that happen in our lives should be made at the local level and there's nothing more local than school boards Fix your house fix your neighborhood fix your community fix your town fix your county fix your school district That's how you change a country I've got more to say about that coming up in a little bit But that's what we need to focus on right now

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Fresh update on "school district" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "school district" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"In the mid 60s for us Good morning I'm Bruce Allen And I'm Joan Jones and the top local stories we're following this hour and we begin with a question that many of us in this region are asking when will the omicron variant of the coronavirus arrive here Well yesterday officials in San Francisco confirmed that the variant is has been confirmed in a resident who had recently returned from South Africa where it was first detected Now we've learned that labs across Virginia are scanning millions of tests for it Really we don't know if it's going to take off like Delta did Doctor Amy Mather says when word broke on November 25th at oma crom was detected her team at UVA's health lab got to work scanning COVID positive tests for the variant By the 29th we had gone back through all 5000 of the positives that we'd sequenced so far and made sure that we didn't have any omicron already She says lab state wider running surveillance using computer coding to detect a mutation To watch a virus emerge in separate countries with the exact same mutation as it settles into human transmission has been pretty wild Megan clarity WTO P news Now the San Francisco person has mild symptoms is improving and is in self isolation In the third school year affected by COVID fewer kids are attending D.C. public schools It's only about a 2% drop but there are around 850 less students attending D.C. public schools this year compared to last It is the second year in a row that numbers have decreased and now stands at about 49,000 students The programs that saw the largest decreases were early childhood education like pre-K Meanwhile more students are going to charter schools around 45,000 students are going to the 123 charter schools within the city That's an increase of about 850 students also homeschooling is up almost a thousand kids in the district war proof or homeschooling this year That's up by almost 60% over last year Luke Luke WTP news Enrollment in Virginia public schools has also dropped for a second consecutive year There are 46,000 fewer students enrolled than there were before the pandemic The biggest percentage in numerical drop was in fairfax Cali the largest school district in the Commonwealth If you commute.

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Virus surge worsens in Midwest as states expand boosters

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

Virus surge worsens in Midwest as states expand boosters

"A surge in corona virus cases is worsening and parts of the Midwest in Michigan some schools are taking next week off for the thanksgiving holiday instead of just three days in Detroit the school district says it's switching to online learning on Fridays in December only thirty five percent of eligible residents in Detroit are fully vaccinated in Minnesota at the defense department is sending medical teams to two hospitals next week to immediately treat patients and help we're a health care workers cold weather states like New Hampshire North Dakota have seen a spike in cases one warmer weather state Arizona has more than ninety percent of inpatient hospital beds occupied about fifty nine percent of the population is fully vaccinated or about one hundred ninety five million Americans I bet Donahue

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Salem Radio's Carl Jackson Describes His Educational Journey

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:29 min | 2 weeks ago

Salem Radio's Carl Jackson Describes His Educational Journey

"Talking to crawl Jackson who identifies as a black man, and I want to respect that Carl. So I'm going to use the pronoun U, which is second person. For he, when I talk to you because you asked me to and I respect you. Yeah, your story is fascinating. So okay, you are starting to wake up. You're listening to talk radio. And you just were mentioning that you bumped into my amazing grace book, which came out I guess 2007. I don't know how that affected you. But how in the world did you bump into that book? I don't know where were you at in 2007? You know, I got to tell you, it just listening to more talk radio. I'm listening to Christian radio. I'm pretty sure I heard an interview of yours if I'm not mistaken. But anyway, I was prompted to get the book. I just wanted to learn more about it. The things that you were saying, I didn't know any of this stuff. I hadn't heard any of this stuff. I didn't know who William wilberforce was and I had never heard of the guy. And I got to tell you from reading, I read people like star Parker, Larry elder, Thomas, all Walter Williams. And I was learning all of this history that I had never heard of, and I got to tell you Eric, I got upset because I went through Los Angeles unified school district, and I felt like I didn't learn crap to be honest with you. I'm like, I never learned India. Look, I say the same thing everywhere I go, that everything that I have discovered. I think I mentioned it with the is atheism dead book. But the story of bernhardt for the story of wilberforce, the stories that I wrote in my book, if you can keep it about America, why doesn't everyone know this? Why did I learn this? It's kind of shocking when you realize it. And it does make you wake up and say, I need to tell the world, everyone needs to know this because if you don't know this, how can you possibly function or think clearly amidst the madness? But anyway, I'm glad I'm not the only one who has that response. Yeah, it was, you know, just reading more. It was obviously eye opening, and then as you read more and learn more, it becomes easy to figure out who's deceiving you and who's not whether it's radio, whether it's television, wherever or wherever it may be politicians. You know, it's funny to me, but reading, it is, it's true what they say. Reading takes you to a different place to a different world. And that's exactly what began to happen

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Dr. Keith Rose Explains the Dire Fertilizer Supply Crisis

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:19 min | 2 weeks ago

Dr. Keith Rose Explains the Dire Fertilizer Supply Crisis

"Joining us now is a friend of the show and someone that is a great American, doctor Keith rose. And we're going to go into a lot of different issues, but he really piqued my curiosity. We're talking the other day about something that everyone needs to be aware of about not just the supply chain issue, but there's another shortage issue, and remember we are 9 meals away from anarchy. And if there is a fertilizer shortage, we're going to have some big problems Keith. Welcome back. Tell us what's going on here and why should people care about this fertilizer shortage that people could see some news reports on, but this is going to affect everybody. What's going on? Good morning, Charlie. What's going on with that? Fertilizer situation right now is it's becoming harder and harder to get fertilizer. And for your listeners to understand the importance of fertilizer. Most fertilizer that is utilized in the growth of crops, especially commercial crops is synthetic fertilizer. Yeah, it's a nitrogen based fertilizer. The way you make that fertilizer fertilizers with natural gas. The price and it's being reported that this is the reason this is happening, but the spike in the price of natural gas is driving the largest fertilizer producer CF industries here in the United States to stop making it. It's becoming too cost prohibited, prohibited. And at the same time, Brazil, I mean, not Brazil, but China and Russia, the two largest exporters of fertilizer have stopped exporting fertilizer. It used to be third fertilizer with $350 a ton. Now it's $650 a ton. And if you can get it in 6 months, it's projected to go $950 a ton. What this means to the average American citizen is 35% of the cost of growing crops is fertilizer. And the average commercial farmer, the mom and pop farmers will not be able to afford fertilizer to grow crops. That with a major shortage of fertilizer and also a shortage of chemicals for pesticide control. Is going to potentially put us in a famine like crisis. By the spring, which is the prime growth

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NSBA Coordinated With White House, DOJ Before Sending Notorious 'Domestic Terrorists' Letter

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:43 min | 2 weeks ago

NSBA Coordinated With White House, DOJ Before Sending Notorious 'Domestic Terrorists' Letter

"The national school board association of America coordinated with The White House Department of Justice before sending notorious domestic terrorists letter. Fox News reports. Newly released internal emails. People that the national school board association coordinated with The White House and Department of Justice before sending Biden the notorious letter that compared concerned parrots to domestic terrorists. Viola Garcia, the national school board association president, whom the Department of Education later named to a federal board sent a memo to the national school board association of America on October 11th. Providing a timeline of the national school board association's interaction with The White House ahead of the letter to Biden, which the national school board association sent on September 29th. Concern over the current climate for school board members is also a top priority as disruptions at school board meetings grow and members face growing threats, Garcia wrote, the national school board association of America is actively engaged with The White House from justice and Department of Homeland Security and Department of Education Surgeon General and other federal agencies on pandemic issues. But here's the most important thing, is that on September 14th, 2021, the nspo a organization of state directors, they were informed that they had a meeting with The White House. And subsequently on September 17th, the interim executive director emailed noticed to the state association executive directors that indicated a letter requesting federal assistance would be sent. In response to the letter sent by NSPA, on October 4th, 2021, the attorney general announced in a memorandum, widely shared throughout the U.S. Department of Justice that he was ordering all U.S. attorney officers and local FBI offices to reach out to local and state law enforcement officials to coordinate efforts on this problem within 30 days of the memorandum. This also contradicts what Merrick Garland said to Congress on October 27th. When dick Durbin asked Garland if he had second thoughts following the NSPA's apology for the letter, and Garland said quote, the letter that was subsequently sent does not change the association's concern of violence or threats of violence. It alters some of the language in the letter that we did not rely on is not contained in my own memorandum. So basically, here's what happened. Is you had collusion going on with the national school board association of America with The White House privately. They concocted this letter and then they sent the letter publicly that The White House had then the mandate to go to the Department of Justice to go say we now want to go spy on moms and dads, treat them like domestic terrorists and use the Patriot Act against people we don't

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"school district" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

06:01 min | 2 weeks ago

"school district" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"So there's two stories I want to focus on and they're both related. The first, though, is something that we've been very involved with. The Scottsdale unified school district. As many of you know, I spoke at the Scottsdale unified school district over the summer. And I called out many members of the board, including one of these creeps, this guy by the name of Jan Michael Greenberg, whose would be best described as a NPR pledge drive donor as Tucker Carlson would say Prius driving nalgene drinking kind of back country hiking so he's kind of displaced from some place in Portland Oregon or Seattle organ who never should be on the school board. This is a childless creep, who is on the Scottsdale unified school district board. He's been the big push behind forcibly masking children against the will of parents and kids, despite no significant risk of children dying from the Fauci virus in the Scots unified school district. And so we I spoke in front of the school board and he was so disrespectful to my wife, by the way, when my wife Erica spoke in front of the Scottsdale unified school district, and this guy Jan Michael Greenberg, who's a childless hack who sits on this board and this is and again, some people say, oh, Charlie, you shouldn't attack people that don't have kids that sit on the school board. No, I do think it's kind of weird that if you set on a school board and you don't have kids. I get a lot of hate when I say that, but maybe after you've exhausted every single parent that wants to get involved, then childless people can get on the school board, but this guy you look at him, he's nothing more than a political opportunist. And so we call him out for masking children and for defying state law. He is not a good person and breaking news the last couple days. Now at the Scottsdale unified school district, this is going to be loudon county two everybody. If you think what happened in loudon county was just an isolated incident, wait till I tell you what's happening in Scottsdale unified school district. So this guy, Jan Michael Greenberg had emailed one of the parents about some sort of back and forth calling a parent antisemitic over her comments she made about billionaire George Soros, like give me a break. But in the screenshot was a link to his private Google Drive account. Now that private Google Drive account then, the parent had the wisdom and the wherewithal to actually go see what does he have in the private Google Drive account. Well, in the private drive account, he had a dossier. Of parents private information, pictures of 8 and ten year old blogging and collecting information on parents and the stock still unified school district that might speak against his regime as governing board of the stock so unified school district. He said, we've identified in there were 47 people who he hired private investigators to check their backgrounds, their divorce decrees, he had social security numbers, property records, and mortgages of parents who have just come and spoke at the Scottsdale unified school district. In Arizona, I hope you're listening very closely. Your taxpayer dollars when you pay money, I pay Scottsdale taxes, by the way, hello, this includes me. When I pay Scottsdale, unified school district, money, I am paying for this creep to go spy on parents. Meanwhile, Scottsdale unified school district enrollment is going down, they're masking children against state law and what is he focused on, oh, he's creating dossiers. With different labels and different folders, one that was labeled anti mask lunatics, or press conference psychos, or parents showing signs that say CRT is racist, or S USD we demand transparency. You have to understand that this example in Scottsdale is precisely what started the untangling or the unraveling I should say of what happened in loudon, which is a dossier of school board members, spying on parents. The Scottsdale unified school district has sent out this letter dear S USD parent family. You may be aware of reporting this week regarding a Google Drive site allegedly creating and maintained by Mark Greenberg. And so yeah, this was his dad who did this while the existence of the site and his public record contents may raise concern and activities or not within purview the Scots unified school district control, an unrelated to our 22,000 students, which you guys do a horrible job of governing, by the way. That set is important to know that the governing board does not have unfettered access to student records, protection by the federal family, education rights and privacy act. They're lying. The Scots will unified school district has lied throughout this entire process. They all have to go. And we have been keeping the drum beat going and yes, I will be there on November 30th and you should be too. Spying on parents while the school district is falling apart? And getting their social security numbers and divorce records? How about you do your job and make sure that students are learning math and reading and science? No, no, instead you have school board members that are compiling dossiers on parents that dare complain that their local schools are going to ruin. Jan Michael Greenberg, the childless creep who sits on this board, he hasn't spoke out against this. But he's the one that sent the screenshot. He's the very same one that had the expletive filled response who was disrespectful incredibly disrespectful and rude and awful to my wife when she spoke of Scott's doing unified school district board. But I hope all of you and this is why this is a national story. If your look is your local school board spying on you, is it an interesting how these left wing collectivist anti parent activists, they can't.

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"school district" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:10 min | 2 weeks ago

"school district" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"If you think what happened in loudon county was just an isolated incident, wait till I tell you what's happening in Scottsdale unified school district. So this guy, Jan Michael Greenberg had emailed one of the parents about some sort of back and forth calling a parent antisemitic over her comments she made about billionaire George Soros, like give me a break. But in the screenshot was a link to his private Google Drive account. Now that private Google Drive account then, the parent had the wisdom and the wherewithal to actually go see what does he have in the private Google Drive account. Well, in the private drive account, he had a dossier. Of parents private information, pictures of 8 and ten year old blogging and collecting information on parents and the stock still unified school district that might speak against his regime as governing board of the stock so unified school district. He said, we've identified in there were 47 people who he hired private investigators to check their backgrounds, their divorce decrees, he had social security numbers, property records, and mortgages of parents who have just come and spoke at the Scottsdale unified school district. In Arizona, I hope you're listening very closely. Your taxpayer dollars when you pay money, I pay Scottsdale taxes, by the way, hello, this includes me. When I pay Scottsdale, unified school district, money, I am paying for this creep to go spy on parents. Meanwhile, Scottsdale unified school district enrollment is going down, they're masking children against state law and what is he focused on, oh, he's creating dossiers. With different labels and different folders, one that was labeled anti mask lunatics, or press conference psychos, or parents showing signs that say CRT is racist, or S USD we demand transparency.

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Creepy Dossier Rocks Scottsdale Unified School District

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:10 min | 2 weeks ago

Creepy Dossier Rocks Scottsdale Unified School District

"If you think what happened in loudon county was just an isolated incident, wait till I tell you what's happening in Scottsdale unified school district. So this guy, Jan Michael Greenberg had emailed one of the parents about some sort of back and forth calling a parent antisemitic over her comments she made about billionaire George Soros, like give me a break. But in the screenshot was a link to his private Google Drive account. Now that private Google Drive account then, the parent had the wisdom and the wherewithal to actually go see what does he have in the private Google Drive account. Well, in the private drive account, he had a dossier. Of parents private information, pictures of 8 and ten year old blogging and collecting information on parents and the stock still unified school district that might speak against his regime as governing board of the stock so unified school district. He said, we've identified in there were 47 people who he hired private investigators to check their backgrounds, their divorce decrees, he had social security numbers, property records, and mortgages of parents who have just come and spoke at the Scottsdale unified school district. In Arizona, I hope you're listening very closely. Your taxpayer dollars when you pay money, I pay Scottsdale taxes, by the way, hello, this includes me. When I pay Scottsdale, unified school district, money, I am paying for this creep to go spy on parents. Meanwhile, Scottsdale unified school district enrollment is going down, they're masking children against state law and what is he focused on, oh, he's creating dossiers. With different labels and different folders, one that was labeled anti mask lunatics, or press conference psychos, or parents showing signs that say CRT is racist, or S USD we demand transparency.

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 Judge orders halt to Texas mask mandate ban in schools

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 weeks ago

Judge orders halt to Texas mask mandate ban in schools

"A federal judge in Texas rules Republican governor Greg Abbott broke a federal disability law by banning masks in schools U. S. district judge Lee Yeakel in Austin Texas side with the disability rights group ruling that Republican governor Greg Abbott violated the Americans with disabilities act which protects disabled students access to public education he will also prohibited state Attorney General Ken Paxton from suing local school districts the ignored the governor's Bana masks in schools the nonprofit disabled rights Texas argued that Abbott's panda mask prohibited accommodation for disabled children particularly vulnerable to covert nineteen messages seeking comments from habits in Paxton's office were not immediately returned on Wednesday I'm

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Hillsdale College President Dr. Larry Arnn Describes a Parent's Role in a Child's Education

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 3 weeks ago

Hillsdale College President Dr. Larry Arnn Describes a Parent's Role in a Child's Education

"So some parents are saying that they are dissatisfied. They are angry at what's happening at the local school district. For good reason. In response, we see the American federation of teachers and Randy white gardens say that parents have no role in their kids education. In the ideal doctor Arne, what is the parent's role in education? Well, they're partners in it. And the ideal situation, I mean, first of all, parents are in the same position as teachers, by the way. You know, I'm I have four children and now I have grandchild that I have another one on the way. The grand grandchild is the most important being on earth. And my wife and I are going to help her parents raise her. But that doesn't mean we're going to make anything out of her. We're going to help her be what by nature she is born to be. And she is going to do it. And, you know, she's 11 months old. You can already see her working on that. So parents are like teachers. Now, what should happen is the parents join with the teachers. They should be involved. And, you know, at any partnership, you know, the word college, by the way, means partnership. And parents are in the partnership. And you have to agree the terms of the partnership. But if you do, then you can cooperate. You're all trying to get the same thing done. I noticed about homeschools, by the way that very encouraging thing. Homeschooling itself is very good and it's growing very fast now because this point you make that people are sick of the schools. A great exciting thing is co ops. Parents get together and pool their resources and their children, and they teach them. Take turns, hire somebody sometimes, right? In other words, they're building a school. And a school is a natural thing. You schools are as old as Plato's academy or

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 Judge nixes challenge to ban on Florida school mask mandates

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 weeks ago

Judge nixes challenge to ban on Florida school mask mandates

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting a judge nixes a challenge to Florida's ban on school mask mandates a judge on Friday dismissed a challenge from several school districts to Florida's ban on coronavirus mask mandates in state schools administrative judge Brian A. Newman rejected a challenge from school officials in Miami Dade Leon duvall orange Broward and watch what counties the judge found the administration of governor Ron DeSantis was within its authority to impose the rule the school districts filed a notice to appeal the ruling hi

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Tuesday's Elections Are a 'Sonic Boom' Wake-up Call for Democrats

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | Last month

Tuesday's Elections Are a 'Sonic Boom' Wake-up Call for Democrats

"First, I want to display a little bit of just the collapse. I want to just play a little bit of the video of the collapse of the Democrat regime in real time. I want to go to 56 and 57 in order, let's play cut 56 a little bit about the Virginia election results play cut 56. This is not going to go Republican. And this is a state that has not had a statewide Republican since 2009 about McDonald's governor at the Senate level at the gubernatorial level. The state was bright blue. Right. Yesterday. And now that's a next January state is going to be almost entirely in control of Republicans. And that's, you know, that's a bloodbath. And a state that Democrats are dominated, dominated for the past decade. And Republicans have taken control of the Virginia House of delegates 51 49 that no one saw coming. Cut 57, John Carl from ABC says this is a sonic boom of a wake-up call for Democrats, but they won't heed the wake-up call instead, you have Pelosi and Schumer say, oh, this is why we need to go spend these trillions of dollars we don't have on programs that are unpopular. Honestly, Democrats, I hope you guys try to implement CRT in every single school district across the country, not because it's good for the country, super damaging, but voters hate it so much that it's the greatest political gift to conservatives you could imagine. Play cut 57. George, this is a sonic boom of a wake-up call for Democrats. Biden won Virginia by ten points just a year ago. He won New Jersey by 16 points. And the big factor is the one you mentioned, Republicans vastly outperformed in the suburbs. That is precisely where the battle for control of Congress will be waged next year in the midterm election. And so all across the country, you are seeing this trend.

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Loudoun County School District Makes Parents Sign NDA to Access School Curriculum

Mark Levin

01:45 min | Last month

Loudoun County School District Makes Parents Sign NDA to Access School Curriculum

"Daily caller school district forcing parents to sign nondisclosure agreement like forms to see critical race theory influence curriculum Now understand we have a freedom of information act in every state including in Virginia It's fairly liberal act that is it's a broad act You're not required to sign a NDA in nondisclosure agreement to see public information Lamb county public schools in Virginia has come under fire with local parents once again After the school system revealed it is requiring parents to sign a form similar to a nondisclosure agreement in order to examine the district's newt curriculum influenced by critical race theory So there are number one Terry mcauliffe said critical race theory is a dog whistle It doesn't exist It's not taught in our schools And yet here it is It's taught in our schools Because Terry mcauliffe is a is a disgusting slime ball liar According to the former viewed and photographed by the daily caller on Monday eligible parents must sign the non disclosure document to see the district's new curriculum which was created after the LCP paid nearly $8000 to become a licensed user Of something called second step programs a curriculum created by the Seattle based left leaning organization committee for children A limited preview of the curriculum was posted on the school districts website Parents are not allowed to broadcast download photograph or record in any manner whatsoever the curriculum and presentations are only allowed to be made in person Some of the curriculum is available in the districts website through downloadable files due to second steps copyright policy

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Mark Levin Closed 'Life, Liberty & Levin' Calling All to Rise Against Tyranny

Mark Levin

01:55 min | Last month

Mark Levin Closed 'Life, Liberty & Levin' Calling All to Rise Against Tyranny

"This was my closing thought After going through what was taking place in this country one last night's program cut 21 go You see the growing tyranny mandates disinformation a rogue administration and so much more Well ladies and gentlemen this is what I've been talking about and writing about in American Marxism We are experiencing this right now As I said when the back leaf of the book American Marxism has made great progress toward instituting its goals over the last several years If it's to be defeated as it must albeit a daunting and complex mission Its existence must first be acknowledged and labeled for what it is The urgency of the moment must be realized and the emergence of a unified patriotic front of previously docile divergent and or disputatious societal cultural and political factions and forces which have in common their belief that America is worth defending must immediately galvanize around and rally to the cause And we see this happening more and more including in our school districts and elsewhere We must rise to the challenge as did our founding fathers when they confronted the most powerful force on earth The British Empire and defeated it Admittedly in numerous ways today's threat is more Byzantine as a now inhabits most of our institutions and menaces from within Making engagement difficult and complicated Nonetheless I fervently believe America as we know it will be forever lost if we do not prevail and prevail we must Please get your copy of American Marxism spread the word We are uniting We are pushing back We believe in liberty And there we have it and you folks know this quite well But it's all true It's all true and it's getting worse But again there you are under the

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Florida school massacre families settle suit with district

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Florida school massacre families settle suit with district

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting families reach a settlement with the Florida school district in a twenty eighteen high school massacre fifty two families of people either killed wounded or traumatized in the twenty eighteen shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in parkland Florida have reached the twenty five million dollar settlement with Broward county school district the settlement was reached in a lawsuit that accused the school district of negligence David Brill an attorney representing the families confirmed the settlement first reported by the South Florida sun Sentinel fourteen students and three staff members were killed in the attack last week attorneys representing Nicolas Cruz said Cruz will plead guilty Wednesday to seventeen counts of first degree murder and seventeen counts of attempted murder hi Mike Rossio

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Loudoun County Father Becomes Face of 'Domestic Terrorism' for Alleging Daughter Was Raped in School Bathroom

The Dan Bongino Show

02:03 min | Last month

Loudoun County Father Becomes Face of 'Domestic Terrorism' for Alleging Daughter Was Raped in School Bathroom

"Now mat I just want to switch topics You have been heavily involved in this fight against CRT Virginia resident which is great Virginia I'm sure loves loves having you But that fight in loudon counties got ugly The daily wire had a story up today That just is I mean beyond disturbing I mean it's like savagery So there's this father who's a daughter was attacked and sexually assaulted and then some of these bureaucrats start going after the dad because he spoke out against some of this transgender ideology being pushed out of the stories just hard to believe I know you saw it Your thoughts on that Yeah this was wild kind of school district was trying to push this policy of opening the bathrooms up and allowing the boys into the girls room And while that was happening while this fight was happening there was a case allegedly where a boy went into a girl's bathroom and raped the girl and he's been charged he's been charged with it And the school the crime is horrible and then as always in these situations you have the institutional cover up and so apparently what happened is that they told the father we want to keep this in-house And the father was understandably upset I think one of the worst and most despicable things on the part of school and the school system is the way the way that they've tarnished this man who I mean anyone who's a father I have a daughter If this is what happened to my daughter I can't even imagine what my reaction would be and to lash out and be angry and yell That's the least of what would be justified And he goes to a school board meeting and he gets he's very upset obviously because this happened to his daughter and speaking out against these policies and there's a minor altercation that happens involving him No one is injured seriously injured or anything And they take that as this is one of their prime examples now of alleged violence at school board meetings It's one of the only times that there's anything that could remotely be called violent even though again it's just a minor skeleton And they're using that as an example to not only tarnish him but everybody all other parents and say well they're all a bunch of domestic cares That's what we need to get the FBI

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San Antonio Spurs Gregg Popovich Rambles About Columbus Day

Mark Levin

01:53 min | Last month

San Antonio Spurs Gregg Popovich Rambles About Columbus Day

"One happy Columbus day No it's not indigenous Americans They it's Columbus day Columbus what do we know about Columbus Gregg Popovich is a nut job and a basketball coach and not a very good one For the Antonio spurs San Antonio at a press conference on Friday on Christopher Columbus is a particularly in football and basketball There are no nothings seem to pretend that they know everything Here he is hat tip rumble cut to go I think the proclamation was obviously appropriate needed and all those sorts of things but I'm a little confused about our city And why it's indigenous people's day slash Columbus day Columbus I mean he initiated a new world genocide that's what he did And beginning with him and what he said in motion what followed that the annihilation of every indigenous person and Hispaniola which was Haiti and the Dominican Republic today That's what he did He took slaves he mutilated He murdered And we're going to say slash in honoring well I got to give the San Antonio independent school district a little bit of credit because at least they added indigenous peoples along with it And that's a step in the right direction But what the hell is Alamo heights thinking It's Columbus day That's why they're off On Monday

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Caller Explains She Was Ousted of School Board by Union-Sponsored Reps

Mark Levin

01:25 min | Last month

Caller Explains She Was Ousted of School Board by Union-Sponsored Reps

"Up until June of this year I was a board member on the second largest school district John Long Island I've always had the children's best interest in mind and I was a very instrumental part in getting them all back to school every single day instead of that hybrid crap we had And so when I ran for reelection the teachers union put up three people against me three people who really weren't all that interested in children and three people Who there's no reason they should have won against me except that they had the union money and I had my own money and that was it Pathetic And by the way the unions are doing this more and more where they're trying to take over school boards get a majority status on these school boards They're doing it in every state now This is part of their strategy And so you have a situation where you have union members on the board making decisions about union members contracts and making decisions about your children and what they're going to be instructed And so this is also what Joe Biden wants And also I read to you folks a piece from the New York Post the other day in which if you look at what they're doing with this massive bill among other things they have billions and billions of dollars for left wing community organizing groups the purpose of which is to set them up for elections where they have an army of basically federally paid precinct

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Dozens of California Students Remain Trapped in Afghanistan

Mark Levin

01:34 min | 2 months ago

Dozens of California Students Remain Trapped in Afghanistan

"And I want to get this in before the end of the program From our Friends at the daily wire Emily zanotti Dozens of California school children are still trapped in Afghanistan And the Biden State Department is mom At least 41 elementary school students from the San Juan unified school district remained trapped in Afghanistan the Sacramento bee reported And getting them out as proving an impossible task Though representative Daryl Issa Republican California says it is continually pressing the Biden administration and their State Department at apartment of Homeland Security to assist in their rescue 41 schoolchildren San Juan unified school district officials last week said 41 students were trapped in Afghanistan a sharp increase from the two dozen or so the district of previously identified The 41 kids three were evacuated over the weekend from the war torn country but remain overseas Sacramento said a unified officials last week said 8 students are straining in Afghanistan initially they identified just one family who the bee interviewed attendance records at the school has progressed showed more students were missing in staff trace their whereabouts to Afghanistan Officials of baker elementary school in the San Juan district say they're trying to cobble together a rescue mission As our officials are nearby sacrament why the hell is it the FBI involved in this Why is the hell isn't the Department of Justice involved in this They're worried about students

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"school district" Discussed on Texas Take

Texas Take

05:12 min | 3 months ago

"school district" Discussed on Texas Take

"Yeah right so it could very well be that he got it at that event and then i guess they would have to Share the governor's information with folks who were at the event because they would want to do contact tracing you know in a situation like that and and let those people know yeah I asked the governor's office about that. And they did say that they were in contact with everybody who came in contact with the governor. So i'm assuming that means that they let folks know that. Oh by the way you know you might want to get tested and the governor has kobe. Nineteen absolutely and of course. Everybody hopes that he's just fine I would say that because of the governor's disability of course he is in a wheelchair and does have some pre existing conditions. He'd be at high risk Somebody who could potentially either end up in the hospital or it could. It could even be fatal for somebody. Who's in his situation. It's it's never been You know a sure thing with the governor's health. Because of the very unfortunate accident. He had decades ago. That did put him in that wheelchair. He's had decades of medical care because of what happened to him. And so you know we. Obviously we don't know that his medical reports in and out but you know what gets never good to get covert for anybody but if you have a history of medical issues as like you definitely don't want get kobe. Sing is like some bad stuff. Man gets anybody even like healthy people. It can take you down in a pretty easily so anybody with any sort of pre existing conditions or medical histories. And you know those folks are completely nervous about getting something like this and this is unfolding as the governor continues to fight with the local leadership in communities around the state mayors county judges and especially lately the superintendents of schools. The school boards in the independent school districts. Which are defying him. All over the place and the started jeremy As you're on vacation it was sort of the big school districts Dallas where you had the superintendent michael hinojosa saying that he would pay the fine thousand dollar. Fine to defy governor abbott about a mass mandate in the school district. You had the houston school district. Which of course is the largest district in texas and it was maybe in those more democratic or liberal enclaves where this was first starting to happen but in the couple of weeks sense. The these School districts are standing up all over the place in very conservative areas suburban texas summer in rural texas. It was the paris. Isd which is not a liberal area out in east texas harris. It's no paris. France paris texas different deal. I in paris texas. The school district The the school board the superintendent came up with sort of a loophole. If you will to try to get around governor rabbits ban on mass mandates. They said they weren't mandating mass. They'd just were making the mass part of the school dress code. How do you like that. That's you know it reminded me of you. Remember when the bear county judge was cross ways the governor abbott about the cova restrictions and he went ahead and put some restrictions in place nelson wolff in in bear county. Did and the governor said well finally somebody read my whole order and figured out what you're allowed to do right so you know..

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"school district" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

03:32 min | 3 months ago

"school district" Discussed on The Journal.

"Message. I'm giving people right now. Since i've been the suit dollars for thirteen years. I think i have some street cred with and so i tell them i'll tell you when it's time to panic right. Now's not the time to pack. So that's my message. To a spokeswoman for governor abbott said the state is strongly encouraging all texans to get the vaccine because it's the best defense against cove it she added. Vaccines will quote always remain voluntary and never forced in texas but beyond vaccines. Michael is facing other challenges. Like how to pay the one hundred million dollar cost of remote schooling without state funding. That's after the break..

"school district" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

01:44 min | 3 months ago

"school district" Discussed on The Journal.

"In some places that reopening has become contentious lake in texas. Their local jurisdictions are clashing with governor. Greg abbott over his ban on mask vaccine mandates last week we called up the superintendent of the dallas independent school district. Dr michelina hosa to ask about the challenges. he's facing. we have order by the governor. This we're not allowed to use mass as strategy and we're also not allowed to have virtual instruction and we're also not allowed to ask people if they been vaccinated. That's the perfect storm of. How do you solve a problem. Michael is solving that problem by taking matters into his own hands. He's defying the governor by requiring students and teachers to wear masks in classrooms. And he's also trying to figure out how to get as many of his staff vaccinated and how to offer virtual instruction without state funding. What i say is that people wanna problem solving. Not a why and so. That's what we've had to do is solve one problem after another and some of them out of our control and some just gotta deal with welcome to the journal our show about money business and power. I'm caitlyn bob. it's wednesday august. Eighteenth coming up on the show. How a texas superintendent is opening schools while navigating the delta variant and a politicized pandemic.

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"school district" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

08:47 min | 4 months ago

"school district" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"We. This is no co now presented by shanin agency. Here's tanner swint good. Thursday morning northern carolina. Welcome in to the adult collusion specialists studios. Thanks for being with us here on this thursday as the week flying by we appreciate you being with us. This is going to be a fun one today as always it seems like there's a ton to talk about Regarding well just about everything out there co vid still starting to try to creep its way to the forefront of what's going on in the world will talk a little bit about that Not not a ton of cova talk today and all that could be a welcome relief for a lot but we do Start with our accessories of the flair and hair poll question. What are your thoughts on. Putin school district requiring requiring mask regardless vaccination status. I know it's a little bit different. We haven't seen this one Putin school district is requiring a mask regardless of whether you're vaccinated or not For the entire putter school district community. This leads us right into news for northern colorado. Here is the email from superintendent Brian kingsley the the press release came out deer pse community. i'm hopeful and inspired a partner with you to make this a great school year for students and families. The first day of school is only two short weeks away. And we're excited. Welcome students back classrooms fulltime as promised. This is an update about psd's cove nineteen protocols for fall. Twenty twenty one. I start by saying. We're gonna talk a ton about kobe and yet here. We are starting august fifth. That's today we will require masks in puzder school district buildings for all staff students and visitors regardless of vaccination status. I know some of you will be angry about this decision while others may feel a deep sense of relief whether you agree or disagree i value you and want to remain transparent about how we made our decision. Our priorities are safety. Keeping kids in school want to provide a dynamic learning environment for students in minimize quarantines. We're also using data and public health guidance to be responsive meaning that we monitor psd's specific lerma county state and national data as He shared in his last update. We've been grappling with the changing conditions. And what they mean for mask protocols. One of the biggest challenges. I've heard was how difficult quarantines were for everyone. Our goal is to keep kids in school. These way to do that is to wear masks. When mascara weren't appropriately. They're extremely effective at protecting. Both you and me a lot of you may ask why why what's changed. The short answer is the delta varied. It's more contagious. It's spreading and it's impacting we'll vaccinated and unvaccinated people with our inkers case rates and current vaccination rate lamoure county is now considered high risk the benchmark set by the centers for disease control and prevention. Should we need additional predict protective measures. At truth be told even though we've done everything in our power to keep our communities safe. We need to do more. Please know that we will reevaluate this decision. When we reach improved health conditions in the county in our schools. We also need to see lamoure. County vaccination rates go up to get out of the current high risk category. We need to come together as community to prioritize keeping kids in school. You can do this by wearing your mask. Washing your hands falling health and safety protocols and getting vaccinated. It's right for your family. The beginning of school is a time of celebration and belonging. This news may be discouraging. But let's not lose sight of why we're here to be hopeful to be inspired and to make sure every child learns everyday. Thank you for your continued partnership that again brian kingsley. Who is the superintendent of putter school districts. So a couple of things for me. Stand out there. Number one is what i like about. What brand kingsley did. Even in which he says that vaccinated unvaccinated people are getting the virus. Which is one hundred percent true. It's still is and effectiveness for the vaccine is starting to slip a little bit. You're seeing now. New studies showing that the modern vaccine is down to ninety three percent effectiveness. Starting the head down. But what i like is that he he still lays it out there and still has a a welcoming tone of the people who who haven't been vaccinated. Don't decide to get vaccinated. I'm starting to see people go off the rails a little bit for lack of a better term on both sides. And i thought we were done with the covert hysteria. But we're not you have people who are on the vaccinated side and have have gotten the vaccine and They're they're starting to push and push for things like the proof of vaccination do indoor events another one. That's picking up steam as a potential for a travel ban for unvaccinated people. This is just getting a little out of hand when we talk about this. The problem is that we built a hysteria up about how scared everyone should be cove in. Nineteen that's what we heard all year last year in march of last year. Hell i even. I didn't know what it was all about. I don't nobody did. I stayed away from my parents who i wouldn't consider elderly by any stretch of the imagination. Here welcome but i stayed away from them for a for a month or two which i come from a very tight knit family. That was by far the longest time that we've spent away from each other for for a reason like that. So the hysteria was there then as we started to see. What is what this virus was really doing to people. At what rate it was killing people. At what rate it was being transmitted new the odds new. It took a self responsibility and said okay. This is something that we're not we're not worried about. We're going to go about our lives because we don't wanna waste even a year of our life being locked doors being these other things and i'm sure there people right now. They're saying we'll use selfish. You know what but wendy. We accept that this virus is gonna be here. When do we accept that. Even though we're saying it's coming back. Hospitalization rates are still lower than what we saw at the lowest point during our peaks last night. When do we acknowledge that when we acknowledge that people can get this and a lot of people are still They are still a symptomatic or if they do have symptoms. They're very very mild. When do we start talk commonsense. Please if you are worried about this if you are immuno-compromised if you've got a people in your life where mask if you feel safer about that where mask stay off the airplanes. Don't maybe don't go to a restaurant if that's where you're really at but this hysteria is creeping back up in the people and hysteria reaches people. That's when you start to see crazy decisions made and he started the crazy ideas thrown out there. And that's when you start to see people torn apart when we judge our neighbor because they live a different lifestyle than we do and they make a different personal decision than we do and we look down our knows them. What type of person are we and trust me. I'm not a perfect person i. There's people that i looked at in man. That's more on without knowing and it's something i need to be better at but i have friends. That are unvaccinated. I've got friends that are vaccinated. I got friends. That are wearing masks. Friends don't that's.

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"school district" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"school district" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Began in March that all 67 school districts in the state of Florida are operating in classroom education options with Broward starting to get back online today, Joining us now is Broward School Superintendent Robert Runcie. Superintendent run See How goes it so far? Hey, Brian. It's been going fairly well visited several school this morning, and things are in good order, a lot of protocols and things that we put in place they've been established. Folks have their supplies there, Sanitization. They're They're cleaning their sign here up on so it looks good. And we started out today a transportation making sure The bus fleet was was ready and then they were we are cutting down. The amount of kids on each of our buses by 50%, though, is one Student proceed. Everybody's gotta wear masks on buses in school, so everyone's wearing a mask at all times. So that Zen good to see all the protocol is being followed. Have you been able to gauge what the level of participation is that this pointers is still too early. You know, Here's the sense that we have from the surveys that we've done from parents and what we've seen. We believe that we'll end up somewhere around 20% of students coming backto our classrooms for faith. Faith is going very based on a great level. The earlier grades. Kindergarten 1st 2nd Grade. Those numbers will pride be 2025%. But by the time you get to the high schools, you'll probably down a 10%. I just came from one of our high schools and got a sense from them where they said it would be after next week when we get there, maybe grace back in and then you think they will probably be somewhere around 10%. Again so overall, I think we're going to end up around 20% of the comeback based upon the current protocols and the way you've set things up. What is a level that you feel you could accommodate and and still be. Able to help mitigate the spread of the threat. Yes, our senses. We would probably be able to get up to on average across the system 70 to 75%, and we could still maintain the physical distancing and the protocol requirements and guidelines that we know are necessary to keep our school safe. That's possible. We're going to be nowhere near those numbers. But over time as Things move on. And, you know, we're able Tio demonstrate that the schools are states and we don't have ah, significant number of outbreaks of any concern. I think we'll start to see more people coming back for face to face that they choose to do so. But again, we could probably go up to 70 75% and be able to accommodate it and at 70 to 75% of the enrollment in the schools because Our physical space could you know we'll be able to utilize a lot of ancillary spaces to be accommodated? We want Speaking to Broward schools Superintendent Robert Runcie on this first day of classroom education that is being phased in in the Broward County school district superintendent runs he imagine that you've been able to monitor some of the other school districts from across the state, some that have been online for closing in on two months. At this point, what are some of the takeaways that you are able to learn? And? And how did that potentially impact your decision making? Yes. So far across the state. We haven't seen a lot of issues in terms of cases that have a rhythm and districts, causing them to, you know, re pivot and shut down. They've been here We've been able to keep that to a minimum II think students on staff have been pretty good in terms of following a guideline. S so I think we're going to see the same here in Broward. Um, you know, we're also kind of one of our biggest challenges. We're trying to work through over the next we could have two weeks. Trying to balance out the staffing challenges right? We have staff instructional staff who have underlying health conditions and concern they've applied for accommodation to be ableto work remotely. Some will take leave. So we're gonna have to bounce that out with the need to certainly have Ah, teacher in a classroom as well. So that was the challenge for us and as towns across the state Speaking of teachers in the classroom, It's been no secret that teachers unions have been opposed to classroom education up to now be legal challenges that have been you have had decisions this point. Have ruled that they should attend where necessary. Have you observed so far what you expected in terms of teachers that were expected to report doing so today. Yeah. So far we have sufficient staff. It's rule those cases where we have we will come to feel that we've come up. I'm sure we've reassigned instructional. That folks are teaching certificates from Central office to be able to cover those situations until we can create a more permanent, uh, permanent position there so You know we're trying to work through all of that. I mean, I would say that. I don't think the teachers unions are opposed to teachers coming back. They just want to make sure to save its possible people have a lot of anxiety, a lot of concern, and I think once we open up and where Going for, you know, 234 weeks and folks are getting a sense of what that looks like and what the experiences I think there's going to be a greater comfort level. But again that comfort level on our success is going to be determined by everyone to follow the protocols, not Justin. The school environment. What, even as importantly, outside of school parents are gonna have to make sure that they're monitoring their kids. But they don't put them in situations where they're exposed to individuals who have tested positive and you know, and also making sure that they're looking at Their vital signs and things in the morning is going to take a community effort to make sure that we can keep our school's a cz healthy as possible and that we can maintain the continuity of keeping them open. But we can do those things. I think we'll you know, we'll work our way back to some sense of. I call new normalcy, but Create more and more confidence in what we're able to do in the schools and have more people coming back. The rapid tests. We understand that they're being deployed Tio nursing home facilities into schools this week, 400,000 at the state's getting per week have any of those found their way. Tio Broward School District. Yes, we received about 5700 of them yesterday so that you know we'll we'll Make use of that. We've also have a relationship. Now that we set up with the Department of Public Health here they're goingto provides fast turnaround testing within 24 to 40 hours for Staff and students. Um and they're also going toe make their 500 plus contact tracing staff available to.

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"school district" Discussed on #QualityMatters

#QualityMatters

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"school district" Discussed on #QualityMatters

"CHECK US out. Then get back to doing work that matters. This was a case say that I found on as q it was written in two thousand six. And the author is actually or was he is no longer looked it up the director of standards, assessment and accountability. As well as the Management Review Improvement Action. Coordinator at the school district. Okay. Okay. So it's not written by equality manager. It's written by somebody that was helping to implement quality within the school district. Cool, and his name is Dr Stephen Miller. Anybody wants to. And this is for the. Unified School district. I'm not sure if I said that, right? It's an Wisconsin. Okay. Okay. So just like our last one, they had to do something because fifty percent of their students just under fifty percent of their students were economically disadvantaged. And of course, they were having budget cuts said forty more than forty, one, million dollars in budget cuts over a twelve year period. I mean, when you're. Programs provided by a tax dollars from the local population of the local population. Ain't doing good. You ain't doing good either. Yeah. So that's Kinda. You Know I. think that was the same story from the last case study budget cuts more kids yup more. I WanNa say, more difficult kids. But maybe a wider variety, they have a different type of stressors in their life and it can. It'll come out and behavioral educational success whether equal economically disadvantaged or not. You just have a wider variety of students come from A. Huge. Amount variety of different backgrounds. I keep saying the word variety. I can't think of another. Word but. You. Know you have all these different backgrounds and you know even within one culture, you know kids are raised different and has something like I mean if you. If, you look at the numbers, sure. Someone can get the exact numbers, but roughly speaking is you've got way more than twice as much of a shot at. Moving into the middle class and living that kind of American dream. Right? If you have a college degree, then if you have highschool only a high school diploma in if you don't even have a high school diploma, your chances are like a tenth of of what it would be otherwise. So getting these schools that have a hard time with the funding to do all the stuff, everyone else does it can create this really negative cycle to so to see that folks have said, look. Maybe, we can still do something great here with what we have. I, love it. Because they talk about breaking the cycle education is one of the best tools we have to break cycles wherever you come from. I come from low poor redneck town..

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"school district" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"school district" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Budget because well. Boy I'll tell you what it's tough times for schools across the state. Insurance and it's tough times for for everybody really and you know we're taking a significant hit economically throughout the state, but pay. Twelve education is GONNA. Take a big hit probably a billion dollars upwards to two billion dollars to k twelve, and so You know we've been told to prepare cats anywhere from five percent to twenty percents we. We don't believe it'll get as high as twenty for us just because of how. Funding Formula Works, but it could get as ties fifteen percent, so we've already made about cuts to about six to seven percent of our budget was kind of already been announced. People have been let go. Salaries have been frozen for people who were freezing. Programs have been cut, and then we have another. Couple of rounds of cuts if it gets worse than that will need to make the, we're really waiting to hear from the legislators. You know they shut down. the session again on Friday, so we were hoping to have. Yeah, yeah, so we were hoping to have something on Friday from them. We have nothing to know that definitive in terms of really what we're looking at in terms of numbers. What do you expect is not good? Good well. No it's not good. I I expect at minimum will be cutting fourteen to fifteen million from our budget, which is six seven percent of our budget at minimum I You know it's. At we know they've cut grant so some of our grant programs, some things that were grant funded new grants. Those those were cut earlier this spring. Even though they haven't officially announced it, so we cut those positions that were part of those grants. You know and then we're just working really hard. To identify the places where we can make cost savings, so we've moved, you know we've moved as many people as we can into the grants that we have like our title dollars and we've eliminated any. Professional Development any materials consulting those things that we're entitled dollars so that we can keep people and keep the cuts as far away from the classroom directly as we can. So I can I mean we. We've cut people. It's not good right, and at some point it does have an impact on the classroom. There's just no way around it and it seems to me. I mean you know you've probably seen over the weekend, I mean it's like covid. Nineteen is almost in the rear view mirror as a result of the. Protests that we have seen across the country and. It has an impact on our kids. I can't tell you how many people watched over the weekend. talking about their experiences as we've seen the violent protests across the country, it thirty or forty large urban areas, and got the kids looking at their parents going, are they? Are we safe are? I mean. How will you actually in the classroom? You're you know you're exactly right? Gail and you know as we cut. We've cut twelve district level administrative positions, and you know those are people that support buildings to do. Things like implement social emotional learning curriculum. They are people who make the decision around what social emotional learning curriculum do we implement? And so there's no way as we kept people that it's not going to impact education, and and you know we were already one of the. Worst. FUNDED STAKES IN TERMS OF K. twelve education, and now and now we're looking at deeper cuts and. Kids come back. They're going to need more. You know some of the positions we've had to cut it then counseling positions and you know. Deans of student positioned the cordinator from the district level who coordinates those programs had to be cut, and there's no question that it's children. Come back, and then there's more needs not only because a cold bud, but also you know be because of. A these budget cuts, or they're just GONNA need more. You know not minimizing the situation whatsoever to based on what we've seen from Greeley Evans School district six so many other school districts across the state, certainly a teachable moment for our children. Because you're well versed in doing more with less than unfortunately, that seems to be the name of the game these days Dr. Drew Pilch Superintendent Greeley Evans School District Sex. Thanks as always. Thank you, Gail have a great day. Thank you as well eight thirty now thirteen ten K., F. K.. The whole sports story in northern Colorado state in the country tune into the hall show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten Kfi K. by.

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"school district" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"school district" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"School district six in mind to achieve that same goal. Good morning nuts. That's a great question Gail, so we have a survey out to to parents and stuff right now. It just was released on Friday getting some feedback on preferences for the fall. Of course, all of us prefer to have students back in school fulltime all the time. we do know we're GonNa have some parents who want to remain online fulltime, or we have a plan to that, and we will be able to offer that if there's families who aren't comfortable sending their children back to school. We're ready to go on that, and then we're looking at for alternating if we have to alternate and the thing behind that is how many students are we going to be? What's recommendation going to be around? How many students can be in a classroom at a time? And so that recommendation comes out around thing only ten or fifteen students then we can't have everybody there, but if it comes out around twenty five students, we think we can. We can have most of our students in school most every single day, and so you know it's it's a constantly moving target, but we're ready. We've got several plans in place, and we've got a full online curriculum ready to go and. My team has been amazing. They're just their remarkable what they've been able to do and what? Our teachers have done in our principals over these last months and It's been really remarkable. It truly is and again you know it is so easy to go after the low hanging fruit, and take a look at all the unrest that we are seeing across the nation today, but I think we need to remember that. Many of us actually look for our higher selves in a situation like this, and certainly that's something that you have done at Greeley. Evans School districts six with your resilient response, particularly to all the restrictions. Code. But he begs the question. You were talking about class size and can't help but connect the dots this we see restaurants very slowly of course cautiously judiciously across the state reopening and many restaurants. You're saying you know with the restrictions in place, basically saying that you can only have what percentage of. Occupancy is posted by the health department for many of them. It's really not economically feasible or viable for them to reopen at this point time at back to your point about the number of students in the classroom. What is your typical class size? If there is such a thing, act really. Well. Classmates can can be are at the high school. Level can be as large as thirty five to thirty eight I mean we hate to get forty kids I. The ideal class size for little kids, the little you know, the little ones will be around twenty two to twenty four, and then we start to grow as we get older, but it is not unusual to have most of our classes at middle school and high school with thirty or more kids, and you know of course. Choir classes physical education classes those kind of. You know we might have fifty sixty seventy kids in those classes at one time so it. You know this really changes the way we work. We also know though that children are are not as impacted by this viruses. What adults are and you know? We, we have plans in place to cohort students, which is what the recommendation is so to try to limit students from mixing as much as possible from day to day, and throughout the school day, but you know this, but some significant restrictions on school buses just think about school buses. They normally carries about sixty to seventy students well if they tell us. Recommendations fifteen students on the school bus. Transportation isn't going to be much good for us at that point. Well and all the uncertainty and you know. We've kind of got this Cornucopia of plans that we're seeing for example Denver public schools and understand that you as a school. You need to come up with viable alternatives because we still have so many unknowns when it comes covert nineteen, but my goes out to parents because well. They're not sure if it's going to be like one week on one week. I mean what is going to look like and again it's the ongoing disruption that we're seeing as a result of covid nineteen. How do you address that with pants? Yeah that's you know that's a great question. That's why we put this parent survey Otas to CD parents prefer a week on and then a week at home. You know we get a brick and mortar, and then a week remote, or do you prefer to days, brick and mortar, and then two days remote, and what you know, what what are their preferences? And what works best for them? I think the other thing is? We've got to work really closely with our community partners with with ABC Preschool and Childcare Centre with dark center with boys and Girls Club which united way. We have to work more closely. Closely than we ever have with those community partners to to have viable childcare options for families Because that's you know we're not we are. We're not in the child-care business, but we know a lot of families look to us to provide that childcare during the typical school year, and so it's something we're going to have to do, and then on top of that. You know we're trying to do this. And in a world wind of of significant budget cuts. You feel we're trying to do more than we've ever done before for families probably with fewer resources than we. We've had here in a couple of decades. Well let's talk a little bit about the state of budget, and it's particularly onus onerous impact on educational funding throughout the state as school. District's are looking. Trimming millions.

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"school district" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"school district" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Hello the medicine school district now this is the same school district by the way that has been firing employees for using the N. word regardless of what the context of this is you know we we talked about it well they they they recognize they have a problem in one of the problems is they have kids who are flunking out of high school all right now there's a couple ways that you could approach the problem of kids that are flunking out of high school one might be to figure out why it is that they are flunking out if they're flunking out because they're not showing up you get him to show up if they're flunking out because they don't know the material will you work with them so that they can learn the material all right that would be one way to handle it you're not doing the work you can't do the math you can't read you can't write I know a whole let's let's try to teach you how to do the math let's teach you that the stuff that you don't know right that's one way to do it I swear that is not how they are going to handle this here is what they are considering doing all right for freshman at Madison west high school they are announcing that from now on you cannot get a zero on a test you can't get a zero on a test there is a grading floor which means no student can get less than a forty one I test and see what what they say is that you know their their grades are based on like a scale of zero to one hundred points sixty is typically an elf but let's say you get one out of ten will take at the simplest thing you get one question out of ten right that would be ten percent what they say if you can't get ten percent you have to get at least forty percent so even if you get nine out of ten questions incorrect they still treat it like you got four out of ten correct the idea of being Hey you know ultimately your your final grade is going to be based on how well you do during the course of the year and if you get a twenty five or thirty or ten or zero could you got everything wrong that put you behind the eight ball so you have to make it up so what they say is we're going to pretend that everybody got at least forty percent right even though we know that that's not the case it does not stop there though what they are saying next yes we are going to eliminate extra credit and we are going to allow people who turn in work late you will you will still get up to ninety percent credit for work late so if there's an assignment you have follow me on this and it's due on on Friday and you blow it off then you don't turn it in all right you don't get a zero for that you turn the work in a month later two months later you get up to ninety percent credit for that so essentially deadlines no longer matter the idea being to it when you want we are not going to punish you for missing a deadline I understand you can't get a hundred point you'll get ninety percent so there's there's just kind of a minor minor set back but the bottom line is permitted when you want there won't be many penalties and nobody can do worse than a forty you start out with four out of ten questions correct even if you don't get four out of ten questions correct our number four one four seven nine nine one six twenty that is the accurate mortgage talk and text line I tell you sincerely did this stuff it makes my head explode if you get hi test and you get two out of ten correct that's twenty percent that that's what the math is to say okay well you can't do worse than forty percent to me is ridiculous it doesn't it doesn't teach the kids anything and candidly what it ends up doing at least in my opinion is it it sets this incredibly low bar we're concerned the kids are flunking out so our answer to this is we'll make it more difficult for them to do that by pretending that they know more than they do and what do we say when we say we're essentially not gonna have penalties for turning working in late we'll try that when people get into the real world try that when the kids go get a job and the employer says all right you have to be here your shift starts at twelve noon and then you know you show up at one o'clock and in the U. K. supporting the night why are you punishing wire upset that I showed up at one o'clock don't you know that I'm a product of the Madison school system in no I can turn in work three weeks afterwards and there's only a minimal penalty for one four seven nine nine one six twenty that's the accurate mortgage talking text line yes I concede that this makes it more difficult for kids to flunk out but is this the way he we want to do it by pretending that they know more than they do and giving them credit without deadlines in some cases for stuff that they don't earn four one four seven nine nine one six twenty crew is lining up the calls we discuss in a moment if you're on the line please hold on Jeff Wagner is right around the corner want to financially secure retirement hi Rick Adelman here.

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"school district" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"school district" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"If wanted done right, call all rights and number two, Eric from greenvale school district, a charge of racism, and really it's one of those interesting stories because it happens off school property in this case a video that was posted on social media relating to students at green in greenvale school district is now reviewing social media video that shows the student using a racial slur that video the students smiling, he's basically I can repeat what he's saying. In the video, you can find it. If you really that interested. This has some of his friends are there laughing and others are actually. Cringing at the same time a protests took place yesterday at the high school where half a dozen or a dozen students came out and some parents as well protested in this case since its off campus, and it's something that was on social media. The school district has to react in somehow. I I don't know what all they can do in these cases can they implement an assembly have them talk about hate speech that type of thing really the the key for the school district in this case is to settle down any racial tension. They may be ruined in the hallway that's a tough challenge because happening away from the school the superintendent his name is Gary kills they they released a statement yesterday, and it's entitled titled greenvale schools families. I read the whole thing, but they say in the in the in the tax greenvale schools administration is taking proactive steps to build practices and policies that celebrates and appreciate Greenville's. Diversity there organizing committee leadership workshop in April with leaders from churches government schools businesses community organizations to explore. Individual collective roles and creating an environment belonging and support for the families. This is kids being dumb kids saying things they shouldn't say posting it on social media which. I've seen so many examples of these storylines going forward. It's not unique to greenvale happens almost every school district every day. That's how often these things are happening points to a couple of things one is really hard for the school district to control all of that. Especially when it's outside their building and two for all those folks that say get over racism, it's still active and and alive demonstrations like this people saying dumb stupid things is why this is important to came out in the public eye. And I think this speaks to that as well. But greenvale doing what greenvale has to do. And to the families of these kids. Get with your kids talk to your kids. Young people make bad decisions. That's part of being a young person. You grow up you make dumb decisions on a lot of different areas. Right. Whether you're not gonna drink whether or not going to do drugs, whether even decisions on on how you're gonna approach school whether you pay attention or not at school. Here's another example kids just making done decision saying stupid things, and then taking that and amplifying it by putting out on social media. You can ruin someone's life like this. You can be known as that kid you can cause more problems. And I and I saw the piece on on today's team Jay four talking to some of the African American members of that school district. You caused them pain to the point where they're out there protesting and trying to deal with this some some of the stuff so don't brush it under the carpet. If that's your your mindset the school district's doing the right thing, they're opening dialogue. I'm always critical at school. They don't do the right thing. Here's a case where I think they get it. And they're doing what they need to do to kind of open it up to a community. Dialogue reveals a great community. In a lot of great communities in our area. But we still have these issues. And again, we live all around if you're talking about the suburbs in a city, that's one of the most segregated cities in our country. Paying attention to these stories is how you kind of get past that and kind of worked as some solutions here. So the awareness is great the outreaches on is amazing. At least what they're proposing in April, and may, but let's let's move through these things. Let's talk about not not brush them under the rug, and I think greenvale school district. They're superintendent Gary kills are doing the right thing. And they got on top of it. They addressed it. And they're going to move forward. I think that's the way the approach these things. That's number two of our four at ten the four biggest stories in Milwaukee the state in the world sponsored by all right home and remodeling coming up. I haven't talked about FOX counting awhile. But there's an interesting story from receiving the demonstrates to me why they're here to stay. That's next number three of the four at ten right here in WTMJ all.

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"school district" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:57 min | 3 years ago

"school district" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Show with Michael Brown here on the radio on KOA NewsRadio. May or may not be aware teachers in Los Angeles apparently going on strike and teachers in Denver are going going on strike. Agent. Jedday, synthesis. Email this morning, according to the summary put out by the state of Colorado. The Denver city school district employs fifteen thousand six hundred thirty one people. How many of the fifteen thousand six hundred thirty one people employed by the Denver city school district. Do you think are teachers I mean come on this before we jumped into conclusions? Let's be serious now. What's the purpose of a school district? I mean, besides indoctrination. Set aside indoctrination for a moment. To babysit. House feed, and I suppose in some instances clove Rugrats. Right. So who needs thinking teachers, why why why even have teachers? Well. Versus school district proves my point. Fifteen thousand six hundred thirty one people are employed by the school district. But only six thousand three hundred fourteen of them are teachers. I didn't do the math but agent Jedrzej dead. And he says that's forty percent. So less than half less than half of the people employed. But the Denver school district are actually teaching. He gets that from the Colorado department of education website. Can you think he asks can you think of any other private industry that has not gone bankrupt? We're the ratio of overhead employees to workers is sixty forty or one point five overhead employees for every worker that actually produces that actually does what they're supposed to provide the service or the product that the company is producing or providing. Holy moly. If you want to know. What is wrong with public education? I submit your honor these statistics. Let me repeat it. I want you to go to bed tonight thinking about this. I want you to cover all cuddly and warm in your bed. Then I want you to think. I'm a taxpayer. It doesn't make any difference with you have kids in school or not. Your taxes? Go to help pay for that. Fifteen thousand six hundred and thirty one people of which only six thousand three hundred and fourteen or actually in the classroom teaching now, I don't know whether those six thousand three hundred and fourteen includes. Like para professionals or counselors, but he respective whether it does or not. Only forty percent are teachers. I'd say. Turnaround expert or anything. But I did sleep at a holiday him last night. And I would say that if you want to figure out a way to cut costs cut your damn overhead. Oh, speaking of over overhead. I mentioned yesterday about the Douglas county school district teacher, Michelle or Michelle Chris Griffin. She had deleted her Twitter account after doc seeing a kid Duxing is deal. I n g. Not in the mood to explain it again, go look it up she docs to kid. Someone who is not even in Washington DC doesn't even go to that high school. She tweeted out a picture of him and said he was a member of the lower youth. The Douglas county school district is meeting. I think as we speak. The Douglas county school district. Apparently you have to sign up if you would like to speak. Which makes sense. You don't want to Bob, and you wanna know? Okay. So we've got we have forty five people or four hundred fifty people that want to speak at the school board meeting. So let's have them sign up. And then we can be methodically going through the list of names, and you know, okay? So Billy, Bob, you signed up first your first, and and then, you know, calamity, Jane, you signed up second Angie signed up and that will Michael Brown signed up. Except they also wanna know what you want to talk about. They want your subject matter. And if you're subject matter is that teacher, Michelle, Grissom, they have said, no, you can't talk about that. Now, the last I checked I may be totally wrong about this. But the last I checked the Douglas county school district is exactly that it is a. School district which is a governmental entity, which is paid for by the tax payers. Not just the Douglas county. Everybody listening anywhere else in Colorado, you pay into the general fund in the general fund in the Colorado legislature also goes to help support that district along with all those. Unnecessary people in the Denver school district. They're censoring people. If I want to stand up in a school board meeting, and I want to bitch about the jello school served in the school cafeteria. You can't censor me. And if you think you can. I got a lawyer. I'd like you to meet. Damn I wish you know. I should just pack up and drive down there right now. Just bar. Jim. I can make a scene. I'm very good at making a scene. A new Bill would charge people to unblock porn sites. This comes to us from FOX ten in Phoenix. See we're not the only done masses. Sometimes I think that in Colorado. We're just we're we're like the dumb ass of the country. And that's saying something when you think about you got California, you've got Massachusetts. You gotta Illinois. You got New York. I mean Jiminy Christmas. Phoenix. Arizona house Bill two four four four. I'm sorry to four two four four four write that down state Representative Gail Griffin. She represents district fourteen southeastern Arizona district that covers all of coaches in Greenlee counties along the southern portions of Graham county, but you don't care about any of that and be MacKenzie. The..

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"school district" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"school district" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"The safety concern was they're not anything else. I wasn't looking. So people are saying it was about race race color or whatever. But they don't know that I'm half, Hispanic and I'm half white. I'm Irish I'm English and my dad's Mexican Indian in a statement to FOX eleven LA USD told us, quote, this behavior is inexcusable and directly contradicts the mission and values of Los Angeles unified school district. So because she said build the wall. Her behavior is inexcusable the employee has been removed from the assigned campus, while Angeles unified is conducting a full investigation into by the way, according to at least one report, she not only said build the wall. She also said I'm so glad you guys aren't being paid. I'm getting paid build the wall. All you guys wouldn't be here. The incidents all you guys wouldn't be here. I guess that implies they're all illegal aliens. And that I presume that's why the school district argued that the remarks for racially insensitive you on that is I found that to be selfish of them or I wouldn't. I maybe. I'm concerned for my well being L E C does not train us did not give us an understanding or an idea of what to expect how to react to certain things are visa says L A USD sent her a letter hours after the incident asking her to resign. But she says not so fast. Will you resign? No, I will not. I don't I don't feel. I did anything wrong. It our visa went on. And tell me that she is just flat out not happy with the way L A USDA has handled. This she told me she doesn't know if she's even in the show up to work tomorrow. She also doesn't know if the district is going to fire her what she did tell me she's frustrated she feels that as an office technician, it's not fair for her to show up to different schools where there are active protests going on active strikes considering that it has nothing to do with her. And as you heard or mentioned in the story there. She says the district really hasn't told or train them on exactly what to do and that type of a situation. But again, she insisted that her comments despite the way it sounded on the tape. She says they were not meant to be racist. And that she is not racist for now, we are live in l tonight Vilma Lujan, FOX eleven news. So the district asked her to resign over..

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"school district" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"school district" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Largest school district going on strike barring a deal or delay thirty thousand teachers librarians and school, nurses, will be on the picket lines here in L A today. The teacher's union rejecting what was called a final offer from the LA unified school district, the teachers saying staffing levels are inadequate. We get more inundated with more things that we have to do in the class. And we got to teach our students the way we're supposed to today. The district says students will be taught by substitute teachers and volunteers, Alex stone, ABC news, Los Angeles. It's day. Twenty four of the partial government shutdown hundreds of thousands of families being squeezed. This is the day of paycheck should arrive in Courtney's mailbox. But won't we are currently stressing and undergoing hardships like many other coast guard families, her husband is active duty coast guard. They have. Twin boys a young daughter. And a lot of worries. We're worried about keeping the floor on the table and keeping our house water for our three children basic things like gas and medicine nothing extravagant nothing. We're getting nothing right now her family a casualty of a political debate that shows no sign of resolution Aaron Katersky. ABC news, northward, Connecticut. Indonesian navy divers have recovered the cockpit voice recorder from doomed lion air flights six ten. They founded at the and the remains of some of the one hundred eighty nine people killed in the crash beneath twenty six feet of mud on the bottom of the Java sea where the latest generation Boeing seven thirty-seven crashed shortly after takeoff. Uranian state TV reports the crash west of Tehran of a Boeing seven hundred seven cargo plane and emergency management officials says there were sixteen people aboard only one known survivor blood donors coming forward in droves after an attacker stabbed finance mayor, paddle Adama vich. You're listening to ABC do WTMJ wealth management studio. This.

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"school district" Discussed on Q'ed Up

Q'ed Up

05:44 min | 3 years ago

"school district" Discussed on Q'ed Up

"You're listening to queued up. I'm Ryan Levy. It's no secret that California is in the middle of a massive housing and homelessness crisis. This is certainly true in the bay area. But it might be even worse on the central coast, which has some of the highest poverty rates in the state one. In four kids is growing up poor their kids like ten year old Silje who was living in a homeless shelter with her family in Salinas. Living shelter for ever. We get home to always use other people happy. Silence family was able to move out of the shelter an entity porary housing, but their situation is not unique. Almost forty percent of the students in Silje school district are also considered homeless Kikuchi education reporter Vanessa in. Kenya? Went to Salinas to see how families teachers are dealing with this harsh reality. On a normal week night. Five-year-old Esther would be competing with twelve. Other people for space to do her homework at this small kitchen table VC, but I'm here tonight. So her mom is made. Sure, she's got it to herself. Movin showing off what she's learning in kindergarten Esther lives in this two bedroom apartment with twelve other people the number of homeless students in Monterey County has grown from less than thousand to over nine thousand in about a decade. What that feels like in this house is one Queen size bed for six people in one bedroom, a family of seven sharing the other room. Esters two year old sister is playing nearby and her dad's heating up some beans tia's he's off to odd job tonight to make a little extra money by day. He and his wife pick strawberries esters trying to focus on her vocabulary homework heat. Amy. If amid when she gets to the last page of a workbook, she's stumped when you know from fizzle desserts to cut out the letters her dad tells her they don't have any weekend. Bye. But even money for food is tight in this household every month. They worry about making the eighteen hundred dollars a month rent. They split with the other family esters, mom, who's a FINA. I'm not using a real name because she knows living like this, violates housing codes. It's her job to get the kids to school in the morning in Las Meninas Cuando left meanness getting you have to wait in line to use the bathroom than levels stole. She says the kids just aren't comfortable here. They don't sleep. Well, there's no privacy. No space for their things. It's hard to stay organized or concentrate on schoolwork come on the teachers at Sherwood elementary school. In Salinas are seeing the result of overcrowding on kids in the classroom. All right. Let's go. Mighty yuccas. The Janos has been teaching here for twenty years this year. Twenty one of her twenty five third graders are considered homeless some are on the streets or in shelters, but most are living in trailers garages or renting rooms closets even hallways in crowded homes. Guys need to finish up your little poster. You've inist yours ready. Okay. All right. The ones who finished it. And you're gonna get to decorate your pages. Remember they fall behind. I mean because they don't have computers. They don't have the internet. They don't have a place maybe a desk to sit at that would be a luxury let alone a kitchen table because people are using that kitchen table teachers see how living like this affects kids ability to learn Oscar almost has been teaching here for twenty two years. This year seventy percent of his second graders are considered homeless. Some of them come in hungry come in very sleepy one falls asleep in my classroom because they had a bad night at home on Mike. I'm not waking up on my shoes machines, you may need sleep more than anything else. All this makes teaching hard Gusta Yana says some people ask her why she does it because the children that are here. I get a motion like me, they know that I live that same. I grew up in a migrant camp. We lived in LA. Recap till I was about eleven years old. They worked in the Ackfield's from the time. I was seven years old. My dad worked in the fields who's a two tiny bedroom. I don't even know if I want to call it home because it wasn't really a home in custody Janos and most of their siblings made it out they went to college. They do work they love, and they want the same thing for their students. Somebody has to be here with these kids and say, you know, what you you can you can do it and tell the parents, you know, I did it. So your child can do don't never stop giving that message. But today the challenges they see are so big so widespread, they just worry. It might not be true anymore. Thanks to k- cuties SM. Kanye for that story. You can see more of an SS reporting on the student homelessness crisis in Salinas at Kikuchi, news dot org. I Ryan Levy have a good week. Hey, everybody. I'm Scott Shafer. And I'm Marie Salah goes together with a host of political breakdown, a weekly podcast that looks at politics through a distinctly California land you can join us each week. We're going to get up close and personal with some of the biggest movers and shakers elected officials and others working in politics today. Search for political breakdown wherever you get your podcasts.

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"school district" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:36 min | 3 years ago

"school district" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I am one hundred percent behind the teachers in the strike when I was growing up. I went to. Elementary school in the valley. I went to junior high in Tarzana Portola, and then went to high school in van is at Birmingham high school. And I like some teachers I thought some teachers are really good. And I thought some teachers were just there to cash the check. But since my daughter goes to a public school, and we consciously made that decision making enough money where I could've put her in private school. And you know, if I saved a couple of bucks, I could've put her in private school. But I didn't want him. I want her to have the same experience. I have in public school because I learned a lot of of what I practice every day in life. I learned in public school. I have a sensational group of friends that I made in public school and taken nothing for private school. I get you wanna put your kids in private school. God bless you. But I wanted to my daughter experience of public education. And I wanted to see if I could in some little way help the public schools in Burbank by donating time, donating some money for like the music program or helping them pass a bond issue to raise property tax to know to help the schools infrastructure, and we did proposition s or measure as was passed. I don't know ten years ago or so eight years ago. With the help of some L A Burbank unified school teachers, and I really have an a brand new. Respect, and my my opinion of public school. Teachers is I've done a one eighty on them. They used to have very little respect for public school teachers. And now I am one hundred percent behind them. I think they are vastly underpaid. I have not met a single teacher in the Burbank unified school district who I don't think cares. One hundred percent about the children. They're all every teacher that I've run into in Burbank has convinced me that they are in it not for themselves. But for the kids, and they have a beautiful beautiful school system in Burbank. If you're looking if you're about to have kids or you're moving to a school do new city to raise your kids and put them in a great school system. Burbank is the is the move. But I do support these LA USD teachers they're vastly underpaid. They have a a an an absolutely uphill. An absolute uphill battle in teaching these kids, you know, some of them don't even speak English. They not only have to teach the kids for most part. They have to raise the kids as well. There's a lot of broken homes. These kids have come from. There are a lot of kids who have psychological problems. And these teachers are asked to do it all on a very very small salary, and they do a hell of a job. They really do. I am one hundred percent behind the LA USD teachers, I say strike and get every dime. You can and force L A USD the school district to reduce the class size and give you everything you want. You have a friend on this station in this time slot. For bless you bender for the absolute future that I'm here at the station. Thank you. You're welcome. So if you're a teacher at L A USD, I support you. I am on your side. All twenty six thousand five hundred fifty six of you. The teacher's union. Again, I'm not a big union guy. But I've done a one eighty and I support teachers and their union one hundred percent. So call us here. If you're a teacher with LA USD and tell us. How poorly they're treating you. And Al horribly you're being treated, and how you're being asked to do things that are impossible to achieve on very little very little money. One eight hundred five zero one KFI that's one eight hundred five zero one KFI LA USD tries. You know, these teachers are trying to get by on the money that they're giving right now it is nearly impossible to live in Los Angeles. On a teacher's salary. Nearly impossible. And yet all the work that they have to put in not only at school, but at home on weekends. You're asking a lot of these teachers and attorneys for Los Angeles unified school district have asked a federal judge to block some but not all members of district teachers unions from going on strike, so they're trying to legally block these teachers going on strike. And the strike deadline. Is January tenth bender. You're correct. That move comes one week before the deadline. Trying to block it legally and the LA the the LA union leadership said that they'll call for a work stoppage. If they haven't resolved a long-running contract dispute with A USD. So. There are tons of people who live in Elliot's dis school district area who listened to show and a lot of people put their kids in private school, and they ignore the public school system. And again, that's your choice. I chose to we've chose to put our daughter in public school and to try to help the public schools as well. And I think that is is is the way to go. And the only thing that's gonna really help. Elliot's d if a lot more parents get involved, and a lot more students get involved, the teachers need that kind of participation when when we had a friend of mine their kid goes to L A USD a school in north Hollywood. And I think there were seven hundred and fifty kids in the school, and she went to a PTA meeting the first of the year. And she said there were three parents that showed up seven hundred and fifty kids in the school. Three parents showed up to the PTA meeting. The very first one contrast that by the Burbank PTA and literally hundreds of parents show up. So the parents have to get involved, and they have to demand that the L A USD pays these teachers more reduces the class size and gives these teachers finally what they deserve. They're not just baby sitters watching your kids. They're actually trying to improve your future and for this Elliot's to be so cheap. They're spending what one hundred ten billion dollars on the high speed rail from San Francisco to Los Angeles, and they can't find the money to give to these teachers. That is outrageous. I will come back and take some calls here from teachers at L USD, you're getting hosed, and I'm one hundred percent behind you. You wanna strike you can sit in here every night, and we can blast away at L E USD dare they treat you like this. Our live on cable Ellen says she's.

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