35 Burst results for "School Systems"
Caller Thinks We Have an Idiot Problem, Courtesy of the Marxist Education System
"You just said that you despised Democrats. You know, we have a voting problem. No, we have an idiot problems, just like Shelby Steele set on your show. Talking about racism, he said. There's going to be racist. There's always gonna be idiots in our country. Unfortunately, this public school system run by the progressives have mass produced a full market generation of idiots. I've just got engaged in a conversation with my daughter. She's a rising sophomore in college, and she she decided she is in the vegetarian. I asked her why, and she started down the thing the environment corporations coach, so I kept going and going and going. I said Thanks, she goes. No, I don't really think that's true. I was like, no, it is true and I have the facts. I can show you. I've got the receipt of them, Bongino says. That's like I'll show you the receipt and I'll prove it to you. And basically what? It boiled down to acid. So you're you're in favor of Marxism said. Basically, the things you don't like cattle shed what corporations are bad. I said, Well, corporations are the poster child of capitalism with that, well, they can do better. They can They make lots of money. They can do this. So what They have all that money and they got to put it out there not going to be able to continue to thrive. So, basically, nobody is going to have anything if you do that, and well, I don't think that's true. Well, I do. So you don't know anything about economics, Correct? No, Not really. All right. I'm in the book story right now looking for I've lost my copy of Thomas Souls Basic economics in a basement club. Find a new copy of that, and because of their just complete ignorance of everything and not learning anything. I'm buy three copies of American Marxism tonight because my kids despite everything I've said, think I'm the dumbest guy in the world. Yet I'm the one who's out there hitting the streets busting my tail, making a paycheck, making away keeping a roof over the head clothes on their back and a Braille against everything that my country and I stand for. Absolutely brilliant statement
North Korean Defector Evaluates American Education System as 'Anti-American'
"Korean defector. From North Korea. Kim Jong un the I mean maybe. And if you were ranking the worst people on Planet Earth easily top five Probably on the medal. Stand. Top three, maybe gold. Worse people Earth, right? She comes from North Korea. The facts comes here goes through college, and she says, This is the story orientation. This North Korean defector was scolded by a university staff member for admitting she enjoyed classic classic literature such as Jane Austen. The woman from North Korea said. I love those books. I thought it was a good thing. Then the professor center. Did you know those writers had a colonial mindset? They were Racists and bigots center subconsciously brainwashing you. It only got worse from there, as she realized that every one of her classes at the Ivy League school was infected with what she saw as anti American propaganda reminiscent of the sort she'd grown up with. This story is stunning. She's a North Korean defector from a sworn nuclear powered enemy, the United States, one of the worst human beings on planet Earth. Kim Jong UN Tubs. What is the worst guys ever? Ever. Yet she comes over here, where people starved to death by the tens of thousands. If not hundreds of thousands don't even know the nobody's bury the dead and mass graves. And she says, Yeah. You know, the North Korean school system wasn't as bad as you guys here, folks. This is stunning. As I said in the beginning when we opened up the show, and I meant it. Isn't it frightening? That attacks being promoted by foreign enemies of the United States to destroy the United States from within. Are being absorbed and used by left this within the country to do exactly that. Anti American propaganda critical race theory.
Rep. Byron Donalds on the Harms of Critical Race Theory
"Children were at home. And parents had an opportunity to really see what was happening in the classroom. You know, there's it's been probably about 10, maybe 15 years now that the public school system basically has done away with homework, kids don't bring homework home anymore. They don't bring the textbooks home, so your kid comes home and you're kind of like How was school? It was good, and then they go on to play. Um and you never really get any other detailed information will now kids are at home and welcome. Parents were able to see this. And when you can see it, you start to see some of the things that are coming out in curriculum that are coming out in classes. Obviously, we have the standards of kids now recording it and then showing that in social media and so now has come to the floor, But you're right about critical race theory. It's been around for a very long time. It's actually was really comes from critical theory. And all critical theory was And is it was trying to figure out understanding the framework of this country at that time from an economic perspective, What is the way that you can actually in in introduced cultural, Marxism or ideological Marxism to trying to shift the political ideology of the country and really doing academic analysis of economics and with critical race areas, an academic analysis Of race in America through law through court decisions and through economics. That's really what the genesis of critical race. There he is, Um you know, the sad part is that is that you know if you want to have an academic theory, do that in the in the do that in the halls of higher, Ed, Don't do that in K 12 classrooms you want to go through and really think that stuff through let adults think that through have the opportunity to sit down digest history. Go into the necessary levels of detail. In order to have a real thorough discussion, Understanding don't distill it down into the oppressor oppressed. Models and mindset and drop that into K told classrooms or into our military. That is the problem. That's why it's really going up to what it is today.
Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson Says Most Dangerous Place for Black Americans Are Democrat-Run Cities
"Lieutenant governor is It's ironic how you know the political winds have shifted How liberals like to believe they're on the side of coexist like their bumper sticker and tolerance, sir, but It's really quite the opposite. I've argued off and that the safest place in the world right now, um, up for a for minority groups in America is a mega convention or Republican party, the most dangerous place in the world. For a black conservative man like you is that some liberal convention where you'll probably be accosted and, uh, maybe not violently, but people most certainly scream and probably throw stuff at you. Yeah, And I would also add along with that Dan. The most dangerous place for black American these days is in any city that's run by any leftist Democrat. It's dangerous form on the streets, dangerous forming their mother's wounds. Unfortunately, it's dangerous form and in the school system, the Liberals are really trying to ruin this nation. And, uh, at the forefront of that is their use liberal use of black Americans almost as canon father and it's something we just cannot tolerate it. Black folks in this country have fought too hard. All the rights that we had to allow. These left is to snatch him away from us. We need to take our power back and realize that we are the masters of our own destiny. Not some all powerful government
If Canadas Residential Schools Reckoning Is Real, What Happens Next?
"Jordan rawlings. This is the big story either. Jewel is an associate fellow at the yellow head institutes. A first nation led research center which is based on the faculty of arts at toronto school. That has for a long time at least been known as ryerson university. She is initiative bay from kensey being chip was of the thames first nation. Hey eva hi jordan. Thanks for having me. First of all. I wanna thank you for taking the time for us. We waited a week to do this episode just so that when we spoke to indigenous person we wouldn't be making them revisit the trauma that just felt so raw last week for people's around the country so Thank you for being here. Thank you i guess. I want to start with The yellow head institute being based in what has long been known as ryerson university. And i want to start with what happened on sunday and tonight on the ryerson university campus. A statue of edgerton viruses the school's namesake has been knocked over. Ryerson was one of the architects of canada's residential school system. Many students and staff the university along with several other groups have been calling for the removal of the statute for years. So have you seen the video of the statue of egerton. Ryerson being pulled down yes. I have I wasn't there at the site at the time that it was pulled down. I was there a bit before it was pulled down at the in But i have seen that. The statue's has been pulled down. How did it make you feel. It was an amazing moment. And i personally i think back on the times when i had first started at ryerson knowing that The school was named after a person who had put into motion policies that directly impacted my family me and my family.
Remains of Over 200 Children Found at Indigenous School in Canada
"A heartbreaking discovery and British Columbia. The remains of more than 200 Children were found in a mass grave at the side of a former school for indigenous Children in Canada, an investigation into the country's residential school system. Found indigenous Children were forced from their families to report documented abuse and found more than 4000 Children died. The schools were run from the 18 forties to 19 nineties. Maybe in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called this quote a painful reminder of that dark and shameful chapter of our country's
Voice in Education wit Juie Daniel Davis
"I have a really really special guest judy. Down was will come really. Thank you for having me excited to be with you. Yeah it's our pleasure definitely so do they tell us about your background. Yeah so i actually have degrees in both accounting. An education had a full career in accounting and then decided. I wanted to be a teacher who taught accounting and honestly never had that opportunity. My first stocks that opened that were to teach computers. And that opened up a world to me that i've been riding ever since so for fifteen years. I was at the same school where children had gone to school. Or we're going to school. The time and i early retired from there last year with a the title director of instructional technology in innovation. Now i am an adjunct professor at the university of tennessee in chattanooga and i'm teaching educational technology courses to graduate level students and having just use technology in really good ways for classroom use and on in the midst of be the director of instructional technology and innovation. One of my roles was to really look at emerging technology and be aware of it. So that i could kind of be thinking through. What is this look like. Is this going to impact education or should it impacted education. So that's kind of how i got involved with. The voice industry was really interested in the fact that a device could connect to the world at such a low price point and i felt like that could really solve some equity issues for school systems. So as i started working bought my first advice tried it out in the middle school classroom and win no way. Am i speaking at busy. I'm a middle schoolers. And since then that was the very first tall cylinder alexa device since then just really been helping teachers intentionally use voice in ways to just support the learning. That's going on in their classroom.
"school systems" Discussed on Creative Therapy Umbrella
"Page those creative juices were fun to like, you know have to think through things differently, but then like 6 months then it's like, oh man, we're still zooming into all of our sessions and I took this job that I signed up for that is like me driving around the community and going from school to school and checking on everyone and knowing the lady at the front desk and like all of these things suddenly becomes me in a cubicle or you know in a small conference room behind a computer. All day long. I'm like I'm doing a desk job and I didn't want to do it best job and in my pity party, it's not just me right like so many of us is like this is not what anyone signed up for it's not with the kids off at 4 and you were saying before, you know, it's like but the kids are so resilient and they're very are going to make it through this if we can have good attitudes and positive spirit and in some say we have to be happy about all the facts but like, you know, if we can have our moments and validate those feelings and then also move on and and see the creative ways to to move past it and so, you know final after spring break we have started seeing our groups in person and it has been a great breath of fresh air and we have just loved it. And also our kids have been more mature age than ever there like you are here and you are eating when they don't articulate that it's like you are here and this is happening and we cannot wait and we get to do fun spring stuff. So like right now we've got and bring it in a log. Umbrella and spraying them with water bottle, you know like a little spray bottle and and there's just it's just been so so great and I'm in you know, we're like wow the kids are really engaged but you know, it's that you're right doesn't mirror neurons and all these things have like it's because we are like at our best for like hi. I'm ready..
Virginia's Largest School System Makes Plans for the Future
"Teenagers become eligible for the vaccine. Younger Children are still waiting for a vaccine to be safely approved for them. But Virginia's largest school system is still making some plans for the future, and we are very excited about the vaccine development around opportunities to vaccinate Archer. Aldrin. Fairfax County Superintendent Scott Bray. Brand says the school system is already planning ways to get shots in the Children's arms with the Fairfax Health Department visor this month, has already asked for emergency approval for vaccine used for kids between 12 and 16. I think this will be one of the final game changers for our students and families to return and feel safe about returning for in person instruction effects counting plans to return to five days a week of in person instruction this fall River and also said they were looking at different covert. Testing methods for next school year. Look, look, er
Ricky Blair - How to Unlock Your Potential in Real Estate
"Rickie blair is the founder and director of platform seven los angeles and london based life and business coaching consultancy that helps unlocked potential in young entrepreneurs and sales professionals and reveals the kind of truth that are never taught in school from a young real estate entrepreneur himself and now to a life coach business mentor and success therapist. He gives young people the self belief skills and strategies. They need to succeed. Ricky welcome to the run gp podcast. Thank you very much david. Type that intro house. Great yet well. It's your bio it's impressive I was looking forward to this this show for a minute year. We were connected originally a by james harris right friend of the greater property group and soon to be. I don't know if you know this but soon to be two time guest alumni of the run g. pg podcast and he was like santa. Me gotta talk to ricky. Gotta have a meeting with rickey. And i'm really glad that he actually connected us because when we started talking about things we ended up having a lot in common but then also became evident. The ever really interesting story so much value. You can give to young entrepreneurs in young sales professionals particularly in real estate so again. Really looking forward to unpacking all of that and discuss it here. So first of all ricky Introduce things i can. Can you give us some background on your journey as a young real estate entrepreneur in london. Like where did it. All start for ricky blair. Okay stall kid back. You say it starts with me. Failing miserably at school I enjoyed school. I don't think i was I was stumping challenge by exams. I could. I knew the knowledge by annoy into an exam. Set saying so only had no choice ready to leave school at sixteen and basically i had this burning desire to prove the school system wrong and demonstrating. You could succeed even if you'd found the education system So i just have this ambition to get out there. Install welcome install any money
Washington DC area schools expect higher enrollment in fall
"Prince George's County has kids back in the classroom again on a hybrid schedule, But many students are choosing to stay all virtual and others have left the system altogether. School leaders think classrooms will fill out in the fall, though overall enrollment is down this school year in Prince George's County, we saw the con in a Roman of about 2000 students. But many of those who are younger students where their parents could actually do that all that home teaching experience. But Monica Goldson, the CEO of the County school system says that's likely to reverse back in the next school year. We're expecting that those families will come back, and we'll still see a percent about a 1% increase in student body as well. And that also means the county expects to hang a help wanted sign outside of schools this summer. Definitely every increase of students that we have will cause an increase in the number of staff that we hired John Doman w T O P News.
Virginia's Alexandria schools will not switch to three feet of distance inside classrooms
"At least six ft apart through the rest of the school year, the CDC has said that with adequate masking students could be as close as three ft to one another. All other major school systems in Northern Virginia are going with the CDC guidance. But Alexandria City School officials said they're worried that the switch could lead to high levels of quarantining. The Washington Post reports. The district will switch to three FT between desks during summer school. And when classes resume in the fall coming up here on W T O P. We'll hear from
Parents of deceased former Massachusetts middle school student accuse gym teacher of rape
"Of a man from ducks. Berry, who died of a drug overdose last year, are now suing their son's middle school gym teacher and the Ducks very public school system. Joseph and Melissa Foley accused the teacher John Blake, of repeatedly raping their son index preschools of failing To protect him. Joseph Foley died last October. Blake has been placed on leave. Both Blake's attorney and the school superintendent, deny the allegations. The Folies seeking $1 million, a
Maryland police handcuff, berate 5-year-old boy
"Reaction pouring in after a police body camera video shows officers berating a five year old boy who they picked up and return to school in Maryland. A couple of Maryland police officers were caught in a very bad situation as the Montgomery County Police Department released body camera video showing two of its officers be rating of five year old boy who had walked away from his elementary school, calling him a little beast and threatening with a beating video shows. One of the officers repeatedly screaming that the crying child with her face inches from his. The boy's mother filed Lawsuit over the January 2020 incident, and The Washington Post reports that the police Department and the county's public school system declined to address the incident in detail, citing the mother's lawsuit
Washington DC schools hope to pack extra learning into summer break
"An eye on summer and how very different it will be for some of our kids this year. Now, that certainly has not been a normal school year. And for many students in the district this summer break won't be normally they're extra learning will be happening all throughout the summer. Not only is the entire DC public school system off In summer programs across every grade level. Each school is developing summer learning plans to sign to serve 10 to 35% of each school's population. We will design the programs for students who would most benefit from the additional support. Cory Colgan, the school system's chief of teaching and learning, says it's important for students to have opportunities to catch up and start feeling more normal again. We are working on the approaches to recovery that will help accelerate student learning registration for this. Summer programs will be made available early next month. Nikolai Nellie, double duty o P. News
Dr. Lisa Strohman on Raising Kids In a Technology Addicted World
"Our guest is returning guest. Dr lisa stroman. Last appearance here was episode. One sixty nine to fifteen. I can't believe it's been that long. That's i did another one. I've been on one sixty nine to sixty nine sixty nine there we go i just say how could it have been six months. That's nuts Her upcoming book is digital distress navigating the digital age coming out shortly and the another book that is out. Unplug raising kids in a technology. Addicted world Dot stroman is an expert in these areas. We're gonna talk all about it and you can hear more at her podcasts. The point lisa strowman lisa. Welcome happy to be here. Of course the twitter at at dr. lisa stroman estero h. m. e. and website is lisa strowman dot com. And so one of the reasons amongst others that i wanted you back is that. I'm just hearing nightmarish stories. About particularly sort of seven to fifteen year olds in this age of no school and lockdown And of course they're locked down with their screens which your area of expertise and is making that much worse. What are you seeing out there clinically clinically. It's it's a pretty big mess. We've got kids that. From a standpoint of school settings are hanging on devices that previously when they were on campuses were able to be locked down by the campus like internet service or the school system. But you know in this rush to get kids access to education. They handed out all these digital devices and there is absolutely no way for them to monitor those in the home environment. So it's really striking to me. Like how much has changed. Because you're seeing in some regards. One hundred and eighty five percent increase. Let's say in just one category of inappropriate photos sexting with one another. And that's just and that goes all the way down to third and fourth
Myths And Realities Of America's Rural Economy
"Economists benghazi. Laurie says the first rule about rural america is that there is no rural america. Like fight club except with cow. I was saying that's that's not actually what he said. What do you actually said was this. There's so many different parts of rural america that it's a misnomer to actually categorize all on one monolithic theme. Bend means is that rural. america is not one thing. It's more like a collection of rural communities each with different economies with different strengths and problems and different characteristics and binga says one of the best ways to see this is to look at the racial ethnic makeup of the people who live in each of these rural communities if for example throughout much of middle america including the big farming areas more than nine out of ten people are white and for all of rural america. Roughly eight out of ten people are white. Now that's definitely higher than the six out of ten people who were white in the us overall but bengals very point is these figures mask. A lot of demographic diversity in the individual rural communities for example here are some estimates from his own analysis. And so if you look at our break down just a regional breakdown. Americans in rural areas in northeast is only about two percent in the mid west. But what a half percent in west. It's even smaller. It's under one percents. But in the south it is sixteen point. Six percent so the population of african americans in the rural south is greater than it is in a national one. Benji says that's why this part of rural america in the south is often referred to as the black belt. There's also the rural parts of the great plains states that have a high share of native americans living in them like in new mexico and montana. Plus there is rural hispanic centers in south west and west like in arizona and california and in all three of these regions. There is a smaller share of white residents than there is in the us overall. And that's why banca says it's a myth that rural america is all white. The second myth that needs to go bunga says is it. The rural american economy is all about farming and the extraction of natural resources like mining. These are definitely still important sectors. But they're far from the biggest. So service sector. Employment is the largest sector in rural communities. And it's been like that for a long time. In most rural communities the combined services education and health care and social assistance employed the most people in fact these sectors employ roughly the same share of people throughout rural america as in the rest of the country about twenty three percent in a lot of rural counties. A local school system or the hospital for example is the single biggest employer and even in rural towns that originally depended on a different industry or on a different employer. These services naturally sprung up around those industries to complement them says banca bow meat packing plants and in the twentieth century. Early part of twentieth century. Me packing plants were prevalent in urban areas. But they start to move out into smaller towns to become kind of like that one employer to town. Another example is automobile industry Move from the north moving down south to mississippi and alabama. A lot of it is to take advantage of the low wage labor market and the lack of united nation and so this is actually has pushed these rural economies away from agriculture. To service sector. This is also why it's a big deal. When the one hospital in a rural town closes there might just not be many other employers left plus it means that residents of that town have to look further out to access healthcare. This is especially a problem in places like the black belt where there's been a huge increase in the number of hospitals that have closed over the last few decades and finally myth number three that needs busting bunga says is the idea that rural america is dying or destined for permanent decline but in fact some parts of rural america are thriving about one out of every three rural counties has enjoyed strong population growth in recent decades with their populations actually peaking as they headed into the last decade. That's according to the latest data. Unfortunately that's also roughly the same share of rural counties that are depopulating about one out of every three rural counties has lost more than twenty five percent of its population since nineteen fifty. The populations of these counties are aging partly because so many young adults of childbearing age are leaving for the cities and suburbs in search of job opportunities and for these counties this kind of fishes cycle consenting people leaving means there's less money for taxes and investment to provide the amenities and services that people want and so more people leave which means the tax base drops again and so on and this is one reason why incomes are lower and poverty rates are higher in rural america then in the rest of the country but nothing about this cycle is inevitable it can be slowed or even reversed and says even in some communities where the population looked like. It would be in permanent decline. There have been success stories especially in the places that have a lot of immigration as so you have a lot of people. Immigrants coming in to work meat. Meatpacking plant manufacturing places. The other thing is that a lot of immigration From other areas in terms of people coming to the us for becoming doctors lawyers things like that a higher education and income communities. So you think about the mid west. There's like a population of say vietnamese and brass or these areas or like the monk population in minnesota that these places do not struggle as much with population loss because they're welcoming immigrants and that helps them to not only just having people there but then these people start stores or start their own business. So we see a lot of that entrepeneurship self-employment that's helping to keep that area of vibrant. Finally bengals primary message here. Is that people who live in cities and suburbs should not think of rural america is a place that's in decline in needs help instead. They should be turning to rural america as a place that's experienced a wide diversity. Economic challenges and triumphs and therefore as a place to find ideas for how to address the big socio economic issues of the day like climate change trade immigration education healthcare. Pretty much. all of them
Pueblo leaders meet with Second Gentleman of United States
"This is national native news. I'm antonio gonzales. In montana covid nineteen vaccines will be open to. All on april first yet is yellowstone. Public radio's caitlyn. Nicholas reports vaccines on. Tribal nations are already available to everyone. Jennifer show is a nurse. Practitioner at fort belknap tribal health department. She says they are. Well positioned to distribute the vaccine because of partnerships with indian health service and a longstanding public health nursing program that trained nine local nurses who handled contact tracing at the beginning of the pandemic girls. Were ready to go ready to start helping. Get the axing out with our population which is another plus for us. The girls work out in that area and they know how to get a hold of them. Which i think kind of helped us with getting. This rolled out so much faster as well. Tribes are also try and create a vaccination strategies show says fort belknap tribal health began vaccinating teenagers in the area. During the week of march fifteenth by partnering with local school systems both on nearby the reservation by this point teachers in the area. We're already vaccinated bubble. So you know the more. We can vaccinate around us as well as us ourselves. The better off. We're going to be trying to keep our numbers on black. Sea nation is currently reporting ninety. Five percent of eligible enrolled members are vaccinated ihs data from the pakistan and born in sioux tribes and the chippewa cree of rocky boy's reservation show a third of tribal members in these areas are now vaccinated compared to about fifteen percent of montana as a whole molly lind the tribal health director for the little shell tribe of chippewa. Indians says. The tribe has partnered with alluvial health. Great falls and is trying different. Vaccine approaches all the time instead of appointments one week. They offered an evening walk in vaccine clinic to see if that attracted members working day shifts. Were really trying to make it. As convenient as canaan for all of our members to get vaccinated vaccines are coming to tribes from direct federal allocations to ihs and sometimes through the state native americans are also prioritised under the state's vaccination plan due to higher risk of death and health complications from covid nineteen little. Shell health director. Wetland says. i really do think that tribal nation have done a really good job. It's hard to disagree. Look at montana's covid nineteen vaccine tracker map. And you'll see the dark. Green areas of high vaccination rates almost perfectly highlight tribal nations for national native news. I'm caitlyn nicholas. Group of pueblo. Leaders met with the second gentleman of the united states. Doug emhoff's last week when he traveled to new mexico part of a nationwide tour to promote the biden administration's covid nineteen recovery plan pueblo of alabama governor brian bio was one of four pueblo leaders to me with 'em hof at kua pueblo via says the trip to meet with the vice president's husband was only the third time he's left akamot pueblo in the years since the pandemic began aca has been under a number of emergency covid nineteen orders including a reservation closure bio says he shared with emhoff how the tribe prioritized elders and cultural leaders. I for covid nineteen vaccines. He stressed how the pueblo has had to put culture on the side which has been a great sacrifice. We remain rooted in our culture. that's what sustains and well we can't do we cannot practice what we not when we are not engaged in that process. It's painful and that was the case and still is the case during this time of what we are doing it because we have to protect our people file also shared with emhoff how the pueblo is continuing. Its vaccine. rollout plan everyone who is eligible every travel member every resident here. The people of alabama has an opportunity to receive the vaccine and doing all that we can also to ensure that our trouble members who do not live on the survey ship are also afforded the opportunity to be vaccinated and locations where they live one of the few tribes in new mexico working with the state vaccine distribution do its current legal battle with the indian health service over a reduction of care at a hospital on komo lands. I mean antonio
"Significant tornadoes" still possible after storms pound South
"Of more tornadoes overnight and into Thursday across the deep South had forecasters advising residents toe take precautions after a wave of storms pounded the region throughout the day Wednesday, leaving a trail of destruction. Scattered severe thunderstorms are expected today for portions of eastern Georgia through the Carolinas into extreme Southeast Virginia. According to the National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center, nearly all of South Carolina's under moderate risk of severe storms, the forecast as a number of the state school systems Having classes canceled students and teachers. Some of the meeting online more school systems are expected to call off in person classes.
"school systems" Discussed on Discover Lafayette
"This is John Swift and you're listening to discover Latvia. A- podcast dedicated to the people and rich culture of Lafayette, the gateway to South. Louisiana? I'm taping this interview from my home via zoom and are taping is mixed by Jason..
"school systems" Discussed on Not So Late Show!
"On is that a total nightmare on TV and every single News Channel, you know, imagine what that does to the parents job. Trying to keep seem to teach your kids, you know during this hard time and you can't even turn the TV on because even that is stressful. So if you can't even turn the TV on his stressful teaching your kids too stressful and paying your bills too stressful because now you are under one income. I mean, I am an extreme budget and that you extreme budget you have your kids all day. You gotta keep them saying keep your sent yours yourself seen a name that you have. No, no adult interaction or if you do everybody stress, but there's nobody that is everybody's on the same boat. Like if you have friends we all have kids about the same age. They're going through the same thing and you try to have a conversation. I mean one day you might have you might have your loads one day and somebody else might have their highs and wage and you try to pick each other up, but everybody stressed everybody's dressed. And he's is Robert and I mean for one parent if they're lucky enough to be able go to work when they come home. They come home to everybody brings stress stress and I was going to ask you about that I wasn't asking how did cuz it's when Jason comes back from work and he comes back towards, you know, Thursday afternoons or late, you know, and he finds he finds humor in the middle the midst of all this chaos or trying to wrap up this chaos. So there's no ways I yeah, there's no part is in its and and well, it's just the opposite one suit, you know, he stressed himself because everybody if you go into work and you know, have to wear the mask you have to do work is not the same if you're going to work work is not the same for anybody work as change for those who are get to go to office work place children. There's a lot more that goes to it. You have to you know, protocols a completely different so your stress because now your job has changed now you come home you try to relax and you come home to kids be stressed the wife be stressed where before you had some time to put everything together. Now, you don't wage and the parent that is home just wants to tag. Yeah. Yeah, it's great that you're in and just go somewhere wage. You're 7:00 or 7:00 in the bathroom because I had all that here, you know, and then you know the same thing as the parent as being home to do would be I don't know order pizza or did this and that because you have no time to cook but then at the same time you have to remind yourself that the reason why this is happening is because of coverage so you have to stay keep them healthy. Okay, so you have to actually feed them. You have to be you have you have to get creative. So you trying to get the vitamins and trying to do something balance trying to do something fun trying to you know, keep them healthy because otherwise they'll get overweight and you'll be your fault because you had no time to cook, you know, so you've ordered fast food and and that will make them. So you trying to avoid that so you need to you know cook sometimes healthy find time 8 time to cook something healthy for them to eat something healthy that they are going to like is we're going to eat during the time. So I finally yeah, I make dinner a noon because might as well while I'm doing lunch go ahead and start dinner because I want to talk. Yeah, definitely the that it's even after you're done with all the schools. They then you still have to prepare the foods and all that. Well, yeah, um, when you cook you feed them and then you gotta do them dishes. I mean, it's it's not you have no helper. So it doesn't you gotta feed cooked feed goes like meal prepping at its best. Exactly. Exactly..
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"So their attention. It's not a hundred percent on your kid when they have to take care of their own exactly. Exactly and any given job that gives you the option to work from home. If you have kids will is going to suffer the quality of that employee is going to be a garbage man because they don't have the same attention span cuz they have kids who help and and I mean what's going to happen and say those kids those people are going to get fired and replaced by teenagers. I just came out of graduated from high school that don't have kids because they need somebody to work off to what so all those other people are going to be out of a job unemployment going to go crazy high, you know, like it is and and the economy is going to go be crap because he's like you there's no jobs, but it the jobs the quality of the people that that employ these people they expect a certain quality performance exactly and they're not getting it because their parents are stretched to the Limit with their own kids. Yeah. I know it is difficult. Just like we were saying about the whole economy thing the light here cuz you're in Arizona, but I'm here in Florida and here most of the hotels and all the restaurants every month. Shut down everything everything was told everything finally able to say what what they call it magic fancy word for low. So it's like, you know, so everyone's out of a job. Where where does the this whole thing is the economy now, they start opening things off a little by little you know, thinking about country can't handle that kind of Imagine. Okay, so everybody's unemployed there a way to send money come from and how long can the country handle it handle that, you know any something that nobody predicted. I mean the person nobody nobody nobody predicted this month. But how long can you do it for you? I mean, you can't keep it like that for long. You have two people have to go back work they have to and then add to that all this writing and all this stuff. That makes absolute. Yeah because it's like if we're supposed to do social distancing and this but then Riot, it's okay. How how does that work? And it doesn't make any sense is anyone it's like dead. Is there there there's no Masters know things are those people you see them all the time? Yeah, they might wear a mask. Okay. So now that the destroying the same businesses are struggling because they have to shut down because of this covid-19. Now on top of that they shouldn't be outside because it should be inside social distancing but then you have Punk coming in fact destroying loading their their business that they can't even you know defend or protect or anything to prove a point that at the wrong time. This is just need to get the wrong path. That's that's just not the way to do it and cuz don't get me wrong the whole protest things and whatever, you know, I get them. Yeah, like you have you know, you have a point but what is the point what this target has to do with anything? Why would you go in into a Target programs or anywhere this song? The whole place Troy there's no point of building and there's no point of view and some of them were saying that because of they have insurance. No man, it's just okay. So you have insurance in the box is just so what's going to happen the insurance kicks in all your belongings. Just went to you know flame attacks. It's like he's like somebody comes and burns down your house and then let go you have insurance. Okay well, but after the insurance pays you everyone's insurance going to go up know when I go up not only that but then some people put anything to what some people live in in rent a little spot in their little room somewhere just artik open up this business and kick in and see you know what I mean and you just destroyed everything to put absolutely everything they had into this and you just destroy it a matter of fact And you can't come back from that. You just can't come back from that insurance it yeah, you can't come back. There's a lot of things like you have goes into a business that that people that don't don't don't have one will know about won't know about will know about there's all the effort they put all this and you said they might have done for years. They could have been saving for years to open this thing off that the sacrifice some things they did to open that little store and then all of a sudden everything gets destroyed for something that you had absolutely nothing.
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"Like they don't need you do need here and so the kids need you and then have a job that you have to justify why you're getting paid for it. So you do have to do your work you have to some people have to answer cause you know for for the job and how do they that with their mom? I need help for this. You know that you can do both you can smart. So yep. Exactly. So people the kids need to go back school and just because of that, you know, and of course just your hands and be safe and God knows, you know, just like they do for the employees at Walmart in the supermarkets and stuff if those employees have to go work. I think the teachers have to check out of work the same way down cashier see hundreds and hundreds of people a day. So I think a teacher that could handle twenty kids in the classroom, you know, exactly space them out faith and the whole works like this and the education about keeping yourself clean and keeping, you know the mouth covered and you know, if have a cold stay home, you know, exactly if the cashiers at Walmart in any given Supermarket have to do it see a ton of people and you know, they're they managed and they do it then I think a teacher could do it just the same way, you know off. So so people could go back to work like the same rules apply to everything else. It's like people that work, you know, okay, if you have a fever don't come in if you have if you have whatever under those conditions stay home every other kid, that's healthy just find that, you know, except detected temperature do whatever you have to do but send them back to school and the teachers were going and because those teachers have kids.
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"And then you have to change it you have to have a back seat. Your face and now you have to change it every so often if you're out to long is hot you sweat. That thing is pool and it's not even healthy. You know, I'm like, oh my goodness. What is this song? Yeah, it's crazy. Cuz we had to buy we ended up buying like those disposable ones just like you were saying like if we were buying a bag of pack a bag of pets eddyline exact then we use them and then you know when we're done like walking out of that store cuz it's useless anymore you throw it out and used to wear have to wear another one and and off, you know, and then people are just going crazy with just people I've seen people wear the masks and then we're shield and then we're like a like a little hamburger. It's like, you know, we got to the point that you could barely see people's eyes. It's like, okay they're dead. Yeah, yeah, if you know too many people with blue eyes you're screwed market and one of the kids teachers like recognize me because of my kid and of course I had to bring my kids. I can leave her alone Baker and yeah, you were in the mask and she's wearing her mask. And this teacher had sunglasses a mask a shield long sleeve gloves off and I'm looking at her ankle to see if I could recognize her because the only thing that I could see was her ankle and she's ago Mr. Boyle around like okay. Well she knows me. I'm like, how are you and I'm like and I was like looking for a clue like okay where he is a cover. Her ears are cover off the cover of mountains covered. She's fully clothed her ankle baby might give it away give it away before. I can't recognize nothing else. I can't there's nothing to see she looks like a Taliban completely, and I'm saying I have no clue of who this person is, but she thinks I you know me and I mean that's how it is. I mean I I is is you don't recognize people. I I don't recognize people. I know who I'm talking to before if you knew somebody now, you don't know anybody unless they you know, like I feel like we I know some people that have a mask with their name on it so that you can know who they are. My name is, you know, hello. My name is have the teacher so-and-so or I'm Coach Joe or something. I don't know because you need any name almost like the name tag cuz you can't be covered. You know, you're fully covered. It is something else. And then there's of course the people that panic and they get highly offended. If you are driving without a mask. Why are you driving with a mask? I mean is it you shouldn't be out you shouldn't be out if your desk are you should be at home should be there are a lot of people they just drive around with a mask on his mind sake you touch. They're like not I'm not getting really hard if you're alone in the car imaginary friend. And I get you sick. Exactly. The person singing in the radio is not going to get you sick man. It's just not you're not getting it from the pressure of a human.
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"I don't want anything else, you know, you can you say you can't have a drink that you need to wake up early in the next day to do it again to do it again to it again and and learning a lot of pressure. It's just a lot of pressure. It's just dead. Find it amazing to me. It's very impressive the fact that you can actually do it as they saying. Yeah, but I can't tell I mean, don't know same as they call me. Like, I don't know. How bout sane person really is. You know, I think this is the Bible, you know, they could do what I reality show. I don't finish it because this is like a serious stuff man. Yeah. It really is. It's like it's really crazy how this thing has turned our lives around. Yes. Yes, like how this thing that I don't know. It's just it's to me it's just too crazy to me. It's just the fact that there's no there's no time. You have no time like and they expect you to do all of this and there's it's it's mind-boggling the whole thing. Yes, they expect you to do all of this and they all dead. Expected to maintain a household and just like you said earlier. You can't leave the kid alone and go to work do anything, you know and but one of the two months, yeah, well my daughter, okay. So my daughter is in fifth grade and fifth grade they do that run for president vice president is a competing, you know, just to teach him. Yeah so long for the nine school so they can campaign and they can you know, or how are they going to do it? Well, they want to keep it as normal possible for them in during this situation. So they're still doing that and my daughters decided to well, I'm going to run for president. I'm like, okay, we're definitely going to run for president or how does that work? If you can you know, how do you promote yourself? How how does that work in campaign? Can't get the campaign exactly. How do you what do you do? I mean, you know, so we're still debating on I don't have no clue how that's going to work. I mean wage How do you campaign during when you can't see people when you can go out? I mean, you know, you can't ask anyone to vote for you cuz you're not seeing anyone. Yeah, and I'm like to know what how the field trips are going to go is like well, this is your school just drive by drive-by. Exactly cuz now everything is a drive-by took everything is a drive-by. Everything is a drive-by. Somebody's birthday is a driveway. I mean meet the teachers a drive-by know and that and that whole thing about them, you know, cuz obviously kids have activities outside of school exactly exactly. So at least like for example, Jason was stood, you know your own the place like he can drive himself to the But the other ones you have to take your places. Well my teenager he's not driving yet. But if he was driving he could like if you're you know High School dictate Drive himself on mine is not so I'm Uber mom. You know, Mom take me a mom pick me up Mom, you know, and then it's like the birthdays are off by drop off again. How how is that good? I mean, you know and how do you do this? Because now they have everyone's like so afraid about the whole, you know, don't get him you don't get to this to wear a mask where this thing. Now, you know Halloween, you know, this is like what you going to be, you know, I don't know everybody is off we want to be I mean Halloween came early with this Smashburger just ridiculous, you know, yeah over-the-top is scary scary wage. I can't understand a word people say when they had the masks on. I mean, I know it's like kind of help you home. It's like.
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"Meetings too and to talk about you know, whatever it was that they're supposed to and then bam a test. So the high schools are awful easier said that they have to record themselves a lot more with the little ones they they need help. Everything is new. So everything that learning is you said you had our room as far it's more time consuming type person and their attention span is very short. So the teacher uses assume to get attention span and they now you have to go over everything, you know, and and that's challenging for the parent. I mean if they work I mean, just can't even imagine. How can you do it? Be great if I do you like. And that is not taking into account the fact that you do have, you know people that actually trade exactly so they mean me and then I bought it so only so much coffee you could drink, know, just to to stay alert, you know, it's like it's like playing Red Bull through an IV or something, you know, no doubt about our energy is like five minutes energy you might have by the case is I do I know like a six pack for you know, like I can't drink a beer I drink 5 hours like okay. What are we doing? Okay. Okay chemistry. Hold on a minute. Give me a minute. Let me check this real quick cuz I let me check this page. Yeah. No, it's crazy. It is crazy. Cuz I think it's it's just that it's additional enough time not enough time. There's not enough time and then you have three so it's like you suck. Have no time exactly exactly. It's like you don't even get a break from the kids cuz you have them from the morning through all this school work. Oh that then they they gave them they they give them off work to do. Yes. Yes, and by the end of the night you think that you'd want to watch a movie know man. I watch my black screen TV, and that's about all I want to get out of the Air corps Manassas. That's it that is really could care less. It's been chaotic all day long and black screen TV. And the sound of the are my breathing. That's about all I.
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"Consume all day Korea and.
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"It's like brushing teeth the sanitizer exactly exactly what we have said forget about the price you're asking things that you don't need to make a dog. I just forget about the makeup rear are not forgetting it sanitized. Oh, we gotta use the sanitizer too crazy and then my skin might be dry off wrinkle exactly now, but it's sanitized data type you are you likely? Yeah. No, no, definitely the whole thing is crazy cuz it is a you were saying about the parents. There are alone like a family that depends on the two incomes. You know, yes and you can you can leave if you had what you can it. Just you can't work, you know, I mean, yeah, I'm a trainer. So I mean even if was to train in my garage and bring my clients home, I can't because every 5 to 10 minutes somebody's asking me a question. I have to help them. So there's just no way and then you. Not only that you gotta add the E to them because you're not only the cook you know, the the lunch. Yes, you are. Yes, you are the major at the Tudor took the nurse with my my little one got a bloody nose and it's like in the middle of chaos, wait, we gotta stop you gotta stop everything. Bloody nose while the other one needs help with math while the other one these big for a paper while the other one is trying to figure out how to spell whatever you found her cuz lunch time is coming and you only get x amount of time and they gotta eat correct and they all have different times. Of course, they just because I mean, why would they make it easier? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. No, that's out of the question. Yeah, that's like know. Yeah. Yeah, and then the PE comes and then they all have to record themselves doing pe oh, really? Yeah. No, no, no, wait if she gets worse we have we have two of them Mandarin Gina. Well, imagine how you're going to teach them figure out teaching the faith. No, no, no. No, it's not they can't fill them because I can't wage. No,.
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"If you have high case load, an active community spread just like we're asking people not to go to bars not to have household parties not to create large spreading events, we're asking people to distance learn at this moment so we can get this epidemic under control. If the takeaway I'm Tansy Nevada. As the corona virus continues to make its way across the country school districts, nationwide or scrambling to create plants that will work for staff members, students, parents, and while the health of students is the main concern. This semester many parents are also worried about their children falling behind academically last week New York City, the largest school district in the country announced its plans for reopening schools, which include closing classrooms rather than entire school buildings. If a student teacher becomes sick, those plans were strongly criticized by the Justice Caucus of the New, York City Teachers Union, which called them quote confusing and absolutely frightening, and at least one other school district in the United, states is already serving as a cautionary example A. Student at a junior high school in Greenfield Indiana tested positive for corona virus on the first day of in person learning last week, and now some families are learning to create learning or pandemic pods alternative education systems for their children. Some families are pooling resources to pay private teachers or babysitters. Others are splitting the education work among themselves, but these pods will be shaped by the resources. Families have at their disposal and some experts say that they have the potential to increase inequality in the education system and we asked you if you're considering educational options like learning pods for your children. Hi, this is tracy from Alameda. We have about twelve kids between the ages of six and twelve on our street. And they've been playing together through the whole pandemic and we're considering having backyard classes to keep these kids together. So they don't have to go back to school. Hey My name is Schuyler Davis. I'm from Bradenton Florida I'm Nannies for a family that has considering one of these taught for their kids education I was home goal. So I'm all for it Adam nothing we gotta do to get kids and a good education if they can't go back to school at least have them do some socializing and have them give give the parents a break Chris I, live in Barre Vermont we prefer to home school. We're not gonNA send our children to public. School so they can get corona virus and spread it to everybody in my family. This is Lexus from Marin County. California my seventh grader was invited to chew pods, but she did well with remote learning The pod cost would be about two thousand dollars per child each month, and I wanNA give the teachers a chance to succeed. Instead of assuming it won't be a structured academic year who's sherline calling from Seattle regarding firming pods with kids and other children as an alternative to school. Concept just furthers educational inequality and if Alyssum how does a pot comedy students receiving Special Ed Servant? Eight, seven seven eight might take our number keep telling us your stories for more on education pods and the way forward for kids. This fall I have prudence Carter professor and dean of the Graduate School of Education at Berkeley where she focuses on education inequality prudence. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me. Also with US IS CHRISTINA SAMUELS associate editor for education, we covering Educational Equity Christina welcomed the takeaway. Thanks for having me as well. Christina how expensive could some of these options ended up being? We just heard two thousand dollars a month per kid is that about right? Sure. Well, you know I it varies quite a lot A-. Some parents are definitely looking at having teachers really come in and provide instruction certainly when you're talking about that, you're going to be on the upper end of of the very cost here But this does range all the way down to maybe parents jess saying you know, can we bring it? A babysitter or some teen or young adult who might just be able to supervise children while they go through whatever the district has planned for them, and in that case, you might be having a you know a smaller cost but obviously, still resources that need to be expended for this and Christina just in terms of our our what we're hearing right now anecdotal. Or are there any data on how many parents might be considering leaving public school districts to pay private teachers to create these pods? I think that at this point, what we have here, the lot of anecdotes. Now, of course, you know I mean the conversation is strong it's it's going on and in a you know lots of places in the country but I think it's going to take a little while for us to know how the actually plays out in terms of school enrolment because it is meaningful. And disruptive even in the midst of all this disruption to actually descend roll your child from school. So I have a feeling that you know that's going to be something that will have to shake out You know as we start to get student council usually that's in sort of like the late September October timeframe when districts have to really report how many students do we have enrolled. Prudence for parents were planning to leave their children in school I'm sorry for planet for parents who are planning to use pods how could that deepen certain inequities in our school system? Well. I did. It will deepen an inequities if those kids who come from economically vulnerable communities do not have access to this kind of supplemental support. And in some ways, this is primary support. So if you have parents with means with more affluence who are actually getting this kind of small group learning for their kids and you have other kids who actually won't have access to a better quality instruction or supplemental instruction. Then you're compounding what we already call academic disparities or some people refer to them as achievement gaps. Pre Prudence I've seen on facebook I've seen some Groups emerged that are specifically for and parents of color. We know that in a recent national poll done by axios Ipsos, black and Latino parents that they were far more likely to be to consider it risky to send their kids back to school this fall. But prudence, how do those factor into what we're seeing with the creation of these pods? I mean Y- do. We see that there will also be racial inequities magnified as a result of this? Well, that's so there two things to say about that I. We don't know the extent and this is Chris iron in mind that most of the attention focused on learning PAS has been focused on middle and upper class families. It may very well the case then an economically vulnerable communities there are things happening. We know that nonprofit organizations are actually creating somma creating learning hubs, which may be slightly large larger than paw pads, but there is equity work going on on the ground in various communities around the country. So that's the first thing this second and when it comes to raise it is the case that more. Families to identify as black and Brown. Or and or or of color are more likely to prefer to be at home but we have class fury -ation as well. So middle class and upper class black and brown families may have more means to actually have their own learning pods or pandemic pods, and you may have families with low less remains who may not be able to do that. So it's Hard to just say blanket attack happen in terms of race, and this is a point that I've made that we should not be conflating race and class because people like myself were middle upper.
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"You will help chain. You will help them. Change Change with them run. Okay why is that? So schools are very intertwined with government. Government doesn't like changing day like if it works. They WANNA stay with it if you can show them that. This is the direction you want to go. I'm showing you that. This is the direction you WanNa go and I can help you get there and I will change my product along with your strategy. And what is the benefit of them changing? Is that part of your peonies saying how you convincing them. You guys need to change one of the points. That are very Chinese. Way Digitizing your information on your terms in that so then they have they having access information. I can draw conclusions. They can print out. Report Account. System has report features built-in where once a week he someone whoever you want can get automatically amount a report outlining how your school did in the previous week. So we're making we're making this data this information would for you another point. We present to the schools. These students can get feedback on how the behaving on something. That is more comfortable to them. So some students may not like talking to teachers but they are more comfortable with looking at feedback on a phone or computer or just a digital interface. So if a A student he's more comfortable looking at that. That's major does a great point with digital natives. That's really coming up that communication dialogue between a teacher and a student on a platform that the student is more comfortable with. What is what are some of the business. Admin side of things that you didn't think about maybe A major hurdle that I had when citing the businesses I was on to retain icon owned company out from under eighteen can now because of my very teen so I had two options. It was getting parent in the company and transferred over when I was eighteen. Just white chose just pod okay. How much that limit what you could do. Not that much limited my credibility and it was hard getting an accountant. I was denied from three counts. Because I didn't have a a ACN and was underwriting because they didn't believe me. I called them up asking. Hey I'm just Enquiring about corporate accountants wondering if you're available stuff like that and then we'll like yeah you tell us a bit about your business. So software business need a registered suffolk. That would help out. Yeah Yeah and then somehow in the conversation age came up and they will have sorry. We don't deal with those. What did that mean for your business like you? Have you have to pause per stock? Can't do anything. No I can still work on. The product can talk to people but I can't implemented yet. I can't Beta test if I don't have a legal backing. I don't have contracts and USA license agreements. Yeah so would you be further along in your business now? If you were able to have those things implemented at a younger age it depends. I'm not sure because again when I started this. I had very little business knowledge and throughout the process. I've gained a tremendous amount. So you've learned a lot if you knew everything you did though Everything you now back. Then having things implemented like an accountant and the legal entity that probably would have helped a great deal yet. That would have gotten me a what further a lot faster. I probably yeah. I probably would have gotten a school quicker if I had backing since winning the award and getting the free coaching with hunt. Future preneurs how much does that help your business out tremendously? I had no idea I was beforehand now. I Dunno where I'm going but I have help to guide me along. The Journey Orchard School Systems. What's the future? What's what's on the horizon. You've gotta you've got the single product now that you've been offering to your Beta testers. What's on the horizon? What do you WANNA be to? We would like to release it. Officially so schools can get on board now and start getting this schools and we are starting to develop our second product that Internet interconnects directly right. And when you when you told me about the suite of products that you want to develop the first thing that comes to my mind. Was Adobe familiar with the DOJ? Debbie swit- yeah for me for the library of that stuff. I mean there's some functionality in in being out to like when you got the program on your final or tablet this you can do little drawing and then you can then make it available on your desktop on federal visual illustrator. That's that interconnectedness there. I think what you're designing is probably more into connected to what they have H. product shares a database. So each APP Connects to the database to get daughter out of school. So it's super easy. They're basically automatically connected. It's just about how we make a U. Y. That it feels super in connect interconnected and doesn't make it feel like you. You have to lug at a one product and log into another product will change websites and stuff like what some of the ideas that you have for other products like. Are we talking like report reporting skill? Toll can't Lien told at probably shouldn't talk about it because one of my major competitors is the I have a super So the education suffering industry is very. It's both slow and Cuba competitive. Cujo fighting for government contracts. You playing against some pretty big boy. Our major competitor is a multibillion dollar Super National Corporation. That's in twenty countries. What what advantage do you see yourself? Having against guys like that. Banks Molin Nimble yet quickness. We can develop in change our strategy on the fly. I'm one person if I wanted to go into the bean industry. I can just do that. That's just a one person choice when we spoke previously. I think you alluded to the fact or mentioned that the your dad was that you did go to interested in program. Yeah so I got my first computer when I was nine. And that's when I started messing around with programming right. Okay and by missing around with programming. I mean basic stuff very basic stuff like basic pie thin. I was making small web pages type of thing. Okay why why was this? Interesting to my entire family computer-based it's we have a very divided line. Is you're either a election or you go down the electronics path or you go down the computers path right and not choice computer. Pa Who is your dad and both say he is appeal program. I've programmable logic computer machine. Line like manufacturing lying programming. And he's also lectured him so he. I've been around like computers in my house. Data what is it about programming that you like the interesting? I get to make something by myself. It's not just that I like so I get an idea for something I can. Flesh completely ad in program bride scripts for it and stuff like that and then I get something at the end and if it doesn't work I can go and fix. It can eat it right on that. It's a lot of design work so programming actual design work had very similar things causing programming. You're designing the code. That computers will run and he may not get it right the first time. So you have to eat right. It like design and and either right. Anita rate until you have this maybe not perfect product in on okay. So that's why the teacher chose you so let's just finish off with? Is there anything you WanNa talk about that? We haven't discussed yet anything. That would be valuable to other young entrepreneurs out there. People shouldn't get into business for money and if they do. They're not going to have fun time. Because if you get into business for money there's you're not gonNA make money because you're going to be focused one hundred percent on money and not caring about your quality of product you have to make a quality product that people will want before you make money if people do get into business. They need to worry about then. Mental Health Mental Health is as important as physical. Some people say and a lot of business. Don't pay attention to that. Yeah 'cause you either think about it. Do you. Don't think it's going to be a problem because Ryanair problem. Yeah because right now like every before you get into business everything's fine. You don't think you bet you feel healthy. You feel good but there's a lot of things that you don't guess realize stack up..
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"school systems" Discussed on Successful Dropout
"Showed that i did with him on his show and i just had a blast so i wanted to share it with you guys i hope you enjoy what is my fellow underdogs zachary babcock here once again i'm here to help you rise up break free in dominate life today i have a very passionate topic that we're going to discuss today and someone that we are against that we're bringing on the show that is very passionate about this topic is will in fact they have a podcast successful dropout which is based off of this entire topic and he has whole community about it but this is we're gonna talk about why the school system is failing us what are what are some key alternatives that you can do that you could take that are going to power you as an underdog entrepreneur and the guests that we're bringing on here today is kylie on gingrich and let me tell you this guy is a serial entrepreneur he's crushing in bitcoin real estate i mean i can't even name all the different things is podcast has been featured in the huffing huffington post buzzfeed isis absolutely crushing it in yeah keilan how you doing man live in the dream can't complain it's great to be on the show zachary zach i don't know what do you prefer to be called amen either or main happy to have you on here dude like i was saying to main your podcasts successful dropout by the way i'll link it up in the show notes you guys can check that out on dog empowerment i was actually interviewed on your on your show before i love the podcast i just love this whole entire topic because the school system it's totally failing us i mean me personally i feel like it failed me miserably because i can never it can never hold my tension in topics that i was i was not interested in any of these topics and i felt like none of these were applicable to what i wanted to do in life i didn't i wasn't taught any real life skills like for example i love goal achievement didn't learn anything about gold she'd been in school they taught me how you.
"school systems" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"Coming up cyber attackers target the nation school systems this is what's news from the wall street journal thanks for listening everyone the nation's schools are under attack a cyber attack the wall street journal says hackers looking to exploit sensitive information for profit are increasingly targetting schools stealing student data and paychecks unlocking a computer systems as they demand ransom cyber thieves have struck dozens of school system so far this year let's talk with wall street journal reporter toenail hobbs who joins us from dallas toenail about how many school systems have been hacked this year here we counted over three dozen what kind of records have hackers gained access to and also how do they gain access well basically the they get into the network his in his typically drew a virus that someone could unleash into the system just by simply opening up their email or click it on a lane so one who fired into the system it can go right to the network and start it could either lock it down orchid start extract and personal information and a lot of these networks is due the personal formation included eat everything from name social security numbers addresses phone numbers of students and staff members so they dare using it as leverage basically to say hey up or we're going to release him information and we did find several school systems that they ended up releasing the information on them all right some definitions here it seems like we're talking about two things cyber thieves commit extortion when they demand money under the threat of releasing sensitive information and they demand a ransom payment in exchange for unlocking a computer system that they frozen is that about right.