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New York - Tottenville High School Sends Out Letter Saying They Don’t Have Enough Teachers For In-Person Learning
"Days before most of the city's public school students return to in person Learning, the largest high school in Staten Island has chosen a different path. Tottenville High School, We'll have supervised virtual learning with students in the building with supervision. But teachers teaching remotely and a letter two families, the principal blames factors that are out out of of their their control, control, including including staffing. staffing. 10 10 10 10 wins wins reporter reporter Samantha Samantha Leven Leven has has more more on on recent recent revelations revelations that that could could put put a a damper damper on on the the mayor's mayor's plan plan to to bring bring in in more more teachers. teachers. City City Council Council education education chair chair Mark Mark Trager says there's a problem with Mayor de Blasio is plan to fill some teaching vacancies with license central staff. I've seen now an email that has gone out from the principal's union to members of central staff. Saying that they're not required to work in schools They're not required to teach in schools. The principal's union said it needed 10,000 more teachers for blended, learning the mayor and chancellor promising 4500, but Mohr needed for high school because of the specialized subject, says Trager, who was a high school teacher. You need to have a license science teacher to teach chemistry If your science teachers or out, you know with medical accommodations you need a licence sub in those areas is to teach the quest and they can't find he expects more high school. To go the way of Tottenville before they reopened. October. 1st Samantha
Fresh update on "school teacher" discussed on KNX Programming
"School teachers may vote today to strike on Tuesday when their district reopens in person classes for the upper grades. Well, Salome goes high school teachers said they're willing to return to campus, with many looking forward to it, but they are concerned. The district has waited until the last minute to implement safety measures. They want to make sure those were in place before the campus reopens. 125 high school teachers say HEPA filters and who cleans the classrooms are only two other concerns classrooms or small making social distancing difficult. The windows don't open and the door's open into an indoor corridor there 2600 students at the high school system. The new plan calls for 1200 of them to be on campus at any time. The district put out the call for substitutes just in case, but district officials say they are working with the teachers and don't expect a strike if it happens. This will be the first covert related strike by teachers in the region. Bob Brill can extend 70 NewsRadio Los Angeles School district, responding to harsh criticism from some parents, who say virtual education isn't working for their kid's. A total of nine parents with students in the school district say they're prepared to sue the district with help from two activist groups, Parents revolution and innovate. Public schools, groups that work to point out disparities between race and.
New York City Postpones Start Of School Year For Most Students Once Again
"Is ongoing. Once again, Mayor de Blasio postpones the start of in classroom learning for most New York City public school students. We get details from WCBS reporter Rich Land, three K pre K and special needs. Students are the only ones starting in school instruction this Monday. Kindergarten through fifth grades are delayed until the 29th and middle schools and high schools will start on October 1st. After weeks of complaints that there were too few teachers, labor leaders convinced the mayor to beef up the number of extra teachers that will be needed. So I'm announcing today, in addition to the 2000 educators that we announced several days ago I'm gonna add 2500 more and the unions make it clear The numbers will go up even further when it comes to middle and high schools, Teachers union President Michael Mole group because we have a promise a promise to every parent to every teacher to every guidance counselor. Every student that walks into our buildings that we are doing what needs to be done. To make sure that you have your education. But it is also safe, and the mayor ducked when asked whether he could guarantee that there
Fresh update on "school teacher" discussed on Financial Quarterback Josh Jalinski
"90 day, Josh. So many of you dying to die with a bunch of money. Your kids blow it. Spend it. All the way. Give us a call. Aged eight. 98 Josh. Waited eight. 9885674 If you have questions. On stocks. Bonds. question you have. No question is a dumb one except the one that you do not ask. Call us at 800. 321 07 10. So what's a top hat plan? Talk to you about that. Is a lot To talk about Cove in 19 is upending school schedules. Now kids air showing up on the wrong day from Wall Street Journal. I will tell you this. One of the greatest problems of the day. We have a solution now. Cove. It has finally given us the solution. For the expensive cost of education. Born by the taxpayer for property taxes. I want this to become cool. So you you pay property taxes and those property taxes from the local school. My recipe. As you give all that money back to the parents. They're gonna work from home. Give it to them. Don't give it to the teacher. Don't give it to the curriculum development. Teo brainwash them on the 16 19 project. I don't know if I want. If I teach my kids, I'm going to teach them about Washington, Jefferson Lincoln. Sure we'll teach about slavery and the evils of it. But I'm not Subjecting them to brainwashing. So the the silver lining behind Cove, it Is you don't need to spend 100 Rainier in the college degree. You don't need to spend 20 grand per pupil in the state of New Jersey. Mind you. I am not saying defund teachers but hashtag the fund. The administration. So what will happen is if everybody had a voucher. Then parents could pull together and say, You know what? That amazing teacher in the public school public school teachers, then they could get one. Imagine you're a public school teacher. You got paid, You know, whatever 100 grand a year to teach 12 kids. That's what you could do with my plan with pods. And you could have freedom generated education. We don't need the Department of education and tell us what to do. We don't need state departments. Yes, and all that money back. To the to the Taxpayers so we could fund The education problem. We could also You know, talk about, you know, And this is why big government solutions don't work. No, Elizabeth Warm and Bernie Sanders out Free college. I don't want free college that's going to cause the cost. Of college to go up. Because the colleges are going to pass a ridiculous price tag. Do we need Ivy brick And very expensive buildings. And manicured lawns. No, we don't. So Cove Inn. Has brought us A most excellent opportunity. To rethink spending. For college and for public school. What do you think it was a call? Waited 89 today. Josh 803 210 17 get Sean now with me. Next up, we have Bob, Go ahead. Good morning, Judge. Uh, this question regards the section 403 B plans. With the city of New York teaches association. Uh I'm just gonna ask a direct question in your experience. Have you had recent Ah, contact with them. Where one of your clients Was interested in pulling the money out. Of these 403 B. Now that the retired have emphasized the Ari try it. And can the obtain the funds without any Uh, Problem with another words limit on amounts that they can pull out so forth. Well, it's it's administrative when we deal with We deal with many fine New York educators. And that's precisely my issue. The problem's not going to the educators. Money is going to You know all this administrative bureaucracy, but The four of three B Is the tax deferred program. For you know teachers, hospital workers, nurses. And are you referring to TRS? Check. Okay, So TRS where you get the fixed rate tears is one of the largest pension system is the U. S. During 200,000. Of Ah, fine educators as a wonderful fixed rate of return. The fixed rate of returning things like 7%. Wait a quarter. I think if you're an administrator So it should be relatively easy to take the money on you having problems. Have you had that situation with a client wanted to do that, and there was a Ah, stop is you're on the other side, saying we're not going to release those funds unless you Stay within the confines of the 10,000 year or 20,000 year. No, no, I've not heard that. Call eight Nice TRS 88 8692877. They're open 9 to 5 Monday through Friday. We're down on Water Street. And effective March 16th. They're closed to visitors, so I don't know if they're tough to get a hold of that. That's my problem. You know when you when you call them, you know. Takes you an hour to get somebody helpful. Son of a view of that issue. I I think I can deal directly because I'm not a school teacher that has retired, but I I tried to get this information for my daughter. Because she was in the plant for 32 years. If you know it builds up very substantially after so many years. Yeah, we have a ton of people who Are in the TR S and Y. C. One of the beauties of the Jura SM. I see before three B for teachers to expert annuities, they have a fixed account. Ranging from 78 a quarter percent. The problem with that is the taxes will continue to compound. So we encourage all of our teachers to call sedated 89 today, Josh For the what to do with the hidden taxes in the 43 B review. If you believe like I do. The taxes are going up in the future. Not down. You got to call us if you have a 41 K for three B. Let's say you grow your wealth by 7% a year. And you have 500,000 in your 43 B. 10 years from now, 12 years and you have like Million dollars with no We're dolls, another 10 years from now, you could have two million Guess who else has an interest in that?.
55 DOE Employees Test Positive For Coronavirus As New York City Announces “Situation Room” For Schools
"De Blasio says he's starting a situation room now aimed at addressing concerns about the covert 1955 school staffers have been confirmed with the virus to seven days ahead of the start of school for thousands of New York Children. Meantime, the school teachers union says, we did not meet the goal of getting all the schools ready by any means. Dentyne wins reporter Carol D'Auria, now with more based on the state of the New York City school system, now President of the New York City Teachers Union, says the schools are not ready to open on time next Monday, Mayor De Blasio said he plans to hire 2000 more teachers and that 42% of the students plan to learn remotely at their home. But you have to President Michael Mulgrew says 2000. More teachers aren't enough. Plus, he says there were still problems with school safety supplies, ventilation and contact tracing, he says, it's all inadequate, just the testing last week. The fact that we have people coming back days after they were tested is literally what those doctors who were working with us we're afraid ofthe, Mulgrew says. It's just a handful of schools have problems. Those can remain closed. But he said if the problems persist citywide, and he says the reopening of schools will have to be delayed.
Fresh update on "school teacher" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"In one day for the first time since early June, Governor Cuomo's office pointed it. Clusters of cases in Brooklyn and the lower Hudson Valley and officials say the key is to make sure they don't spread. This with words there now 150 City schools where staffers have tested positive. The post reports at one Staten Island school eyes 51 has dozens of employees in quarantine. Staten Island's largest high school was going with what they call supervised. Virtual learning students will be in the building with supervision. Teachers will teach virtually in a letter to families. That principal said that the staffing was an issue and tinted When Samantha Liebman reports there are new revelations that could put a damper on the mayor's plan to bring in more teacher, City Council education chair Mark Trager says there's a problem with Mayor De Blasio is plan to fill some teaching vacancies with license Central staff. I've seen now an email that has gone out from the principal's union to members of central staff. After saying that they're not required to work in schools they're not required to teach in schools. The principal's union said it needed 10,000 more teachers for blended, learning the mayor and chancellor promising 4500, but Mohr needed for high school because of the specialized subject, says Trager, who was a high school teacher. You need to have a license science teacher to teach chemistry If your science teachers or out you know with medical accommodations, we need a Weiss and sub in those areas is to teach the quest and they can't find he expects. Or high schools to go the way of Tottenville before they reopened. October. 1st Samantha Leap in 10 10 wins News, Theo he was asked for comment. One insider says they're working with Tottenville to increased staffing. New Jersey has also reported its biggest number of daily cases since June 760. The pandemic is still spread as the global death toll from the pandemic closes in on one million. The World Health Organization warns that number could double before vaccine is available. Unless we do it all the numbers you speak about our not only Imaginable, but unfortunately and sadly, very likely across the country, some states are doing their best to provide a safe sense of normalcy. In Texas. A visit to the state fair now means a drive through masks and timed entry ticket. It's a lot of fun to get out of the house and do something like this. Even under the circumstances. New York City continues to open with caution, making outdoor dining permanent. That is correspondent Daniel Barkus Windsor's town 904, where the Fire storm has begun, with reaction pouring in from all sides. After President Trump announced the nomination of conservative federal judge any Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court. She spoke in the Rose Garden yesterday. The Senate does me the honor of confirming me. I pledge to discharge the responsibilities of this job to the very best of my ability. Now, at that announcement, very few people, including top administration officials, were wearing mask or practicing social distancing. The reaction was fast and ferocious. Republicans lined up behind Barrett. Democrats, like Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York, did not colleagues are united in opposition..
Philadelphia Catholic High School Teachers Ratify New 2-Year Contract
"School teachers in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia have ratified a new contract. It's a two year deal for the full time lay teachers at the affected high schools in the five county area. Earlier in the week, the union union rejected rejected a a contract contract but but a a strike strike vote vote fell fell short. short. A A temporary temporary extension extension was was agreed agreed to to that that allowed allowed teachers teachers to to report report to to the the classrooms classrooms as as the the first first days days of of school school began began and talks continue. The contract covers about 500 teachers who see more than 10,000 students enrolled in those 17 arch diocesan high schools. A new
Fresh update on "school teacher" discussed on Hampton Roads Perspective
"It's Mary Catherine with another edition of Hampton Roads, Perspectives and again in these uncertain times and this Corona virus outbreak. Unfortunately, we're no longer allowed to have guests in studio, but we do have them on via the phone lines, and I'm so excited to talk with Bonnie sudden she's here again from Access College Foundation. One of my favorite 501 see threes to have on because you guys do so much. For students in the Hampton Roads, community, Bonnie Good Morning. First and foremost, How're you doing? Good morning. I'm doing all right. And I'm glad to hear that you're doing well. Well, yes. So far so good, Now Access College Foundation. I'm extremely familiar with what you guys do. But let her listeners know who aren't familiar. What is the Access College Foundation? Sure what you said. We're 5123 where a region on profit and we're actually if you can believe this. We just started our 33rd school year, which is crazy. But over the past 32 years that we've completed we've actually helped more than 73,000 students and their families, You know, go to some type of postsecondary education. Now, more often than not, that is a traditional college experience with the community College or four year But recently we've been building up our Partners and so forth in other areas that are more certifications and technical programs as well. So 73,000 students have been helped by a bar, and that is a number and counting because we're continuing right along to help those students take you know whatever step is necessary, too. Achieve their educational goals beyond high school. That's that's amazing. And now in these uncertain times, with high school's being closed, essentially How are you guys doing what you do? I mean, this has got to be. I'm just overwhelmed thinking about it. So how are you getting in touch with thes school students preparing them for college. Yes, it's funny. I just told our board this week. I said, I will admit I was one of the naive ones who thought that when we walked out of the office on March 13th That we would be back in 2 to 4 weeks. We would let that you know, flatten occurred and we will be back very soon. And now, six months later, it is, But it amazes me what we have been able to do not knowing that we even could so last school year. It was. I wouldn't call it easy, but we quickly ramped up to be unable to help. Our students closed out the school year, largely because you know it was mid march. A lot of the things that are related to college. Had already been done with our You know our seniors. Otherwise they'd already applied they had already gotten their acceptance is they had found their fast the form for financial aid. And so we were really just trying to help them. You know, Donald is I's and cross all those cheese. And make sure that they were all set with, you know any other last minute paid work in that kind of thing. So the relationship already there they had already been working with, you know, over 3000 of the graduating seniors before school left. And so it was like, OK, we can do this. They found some creative ways Our advisors did with, you know, course. Zoom only came on the unit on the scene with a with a big present. Some about advisers were having you know, these are the maximum for the free version, 100 voting and 100 students. Them sessions just kind of keep the seniors and check and whatever, and we ended up very well last school year and all total we served over 25,000 students and helped with the class of, you know, 2020 in touch with about $37 million Indonesia late. That's incredible. Yes. We were very pleased with that. We were so proud of our team and our you know all of our staff. And then over the summer, we then it started, you know, looking like maybe we won't start school in September. And you know what is that going to look like? And so we started doing some? What if planning and you know what if we can start right away? But if you know this, that the other And Our advisors really took the bull by the horns. They just said, Well, we can create something we can do Some. You know some things that will really help us, Teo to reach our students. And one example of that is early awareness Advisors are the ones that on I guess I'm getting ahead of myself, but that work in middle schools we have Really a multi pronged approach to the way we serve students. We haven't early awareness programs that is for 7th and 8th graders in Southampton Road, and then we have our high school program, which is for 9 to 12 graders. We have a college success program, which is where we follow our students. Teo College that we serve them, you know, in different ways and but also including visiting 13 of those campuses, and then Ah, career connection program, sort of clothes that leaves and help them didn't get into job. But our middle school advisers before the school year even ended, they thought, okay, it'll be hard. You don't email middle school students, you know that already have all their e mail addresses and whatever and And so it would be different than serving juniors and seniors so they created and they're mostly activity based, though there are 33 middle school advisors that Rome to 28 different middle schools, So what they did is they created their activities. They took the activities that would normally do in person. And they made him a virtual with, you know, cute graphics and avatars and all this kind of thing. And so now they can be invited. I'm using air quotes over here into Ah, virtual classroom by a middle school teacher, and they could say OK, we've invited access to come in today to our classroom. Even though the teachers are also teaching remotely and one of those activities and so that was, you know, one creative thing, then our college success Advisors really has paved the way a couple of years ago for us. With virtual advising, because think about it. You know, A lot of our students do attend the local colleges, Norfolk State on Old Dominion and Virginia Wesleyan Regent. But many of them are out, you know, around the commonwealth, and even beyond so they had already got very familiar with ways. They're Skype and Facetime and that kind of thing students while they were, you know on campus Although they would have liked to have visited. You know, Hawaii Pacific University. We had a scholar there for four years. And so that always required some kind of virtual appointment. Yeah. So, um That was like, no, we won't be doing doing that. You know, kids force but anyway, so they would just show up outside. You know, just what it looked like There was something Yes, especially when is in the middle of January or February. But they had really paved the way with atleast saying, Yeah, this couldn't be done because we've been doing it. You know, for a few years with our college student, so the cops took all those lessons and then our High school advisors really took it and ran with it. Every single one were in 33 high schools on so that all of South Hampton roads every public high school in Norfolk, Portsmouth, Chesapeake, Virginia Beach in Suffolk, and that's what I think about ahead to cut you off. But, you know, accesses in 33 high schools and think about it. They're all closed right now. Exactly exactly. It's wow. It's bananas. 32 of them are closed. Our were also in Northampton County on the eastern shore. They actually started there two days a week in person and, you know, two days at home, and one day is planning and study day. But they started, you know, right away with their high school students, and so they're in school, but all the others Close. Totally And I know that speak in Virginia Beach. You're going to start phasing that in but with younger student But so we're on all of Southampton Road, Northhampton County and then New to us. This is only our second year to be in western Tidewater in the district of Franklin, Southampton County and sorry, Okay, so now in 33 of those schools They? Each of those advisers have a virtual office on and way preview that at our access port of directors meeting this week, and it was so exciting every we had one of our advisors who was really the one to just think about it. I said he has a middle of the night thoughts like idea where he's like, got up like thinking I should do that. I could make a virtual office so he did it one day over the summer. And then he previewed it to our advisors when everybody came back, albeit virtually to our staff frittering in August, and everybody loved the idea and has picked up on that..
Two Brooklyn public school teachers test positive for COVID-19
"Yet. There are already two confirmed covert 19 cases, reported the D. O a not confirming reports the staffers involved or teachers. They were located in M s 88 MPs one in Brooklyn. It was bound to happen. Positive Cove. It 19 cases turning up in city schools and machine says he expected this to. He has two Children, ages eight and five. And he wants them to stay healthy. So he and his wife made this decision. I'm not sending my kids to school. You're gonna teach them home. Yes, yes, we're learning And Pandora's reaction wasn't surprising, either. It's terrible. You know, I hope they're monitoring everything. Really? We well because everybody has to be safe. You know that They want to quickly do the endure thing, but they need to clean the air of all the places, she says. If the malls can install new updated air filtration systems, So should the school's Carol D'Auria tendon
Fresh update on "school teacher" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Be remote and a letter of families. The principal blames factors that are out of their control like staffing. That could put a damper on Mayor de Blasio is plan to bring in more teachers. Here's our Samantha Liebman City Council Education chair Mark Trager says There's a problem with Mayor De Blasio is plan to fill some teaching vacancies with license Central staff I've seen now on email that has gone out from the principal's union to members of central staff. Saying that they're not required to work in schools They're not required to teach in schools. The principal's union said it needed 10,000 more teachers for blended, learning the mayor and chancellor promising 4500, but Mohr needed for high school because of the specialized subject, says Trager, who was a high school teacher. You need to have a license science teacher to teach chemistry If your science teachers or out you know with medical accommodations, we need a Weiss and sub in those areas is to teach the quest and they can't find he expects more high school. Is to go the way of Tottenville before they reopened. October. 1st Samantha Leap in 10 10 wins news. A statement from the Department of Education says that all those same members aren't required to teach. They're confident they will pitch in in any way they can. In addition, video, he says all central and field staff assigned to work in schools are required to do so. Well, One person is dead. Five more injured in four separate overnight shootings A 37 year old man was killed in bed Stuy Brooklyn. He was one of the two men gun down Friday night outside a bodega. The other is in serious but stable condition. Lesson. Two hours later, another shooting in bed Stuy. A guy was shot in the ankle. That's either Stuyvesant houses. The other victims include a 16 year old boy up in Harlem who is now in stable condition to women in the Bronx. Their injuries are not life threatening, say police. No word on any arrests in any of those shootings just yet. Well. There was a rally in Harlem yesterday to remind New Yorkers to register to vote Ed fill out the census. Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams was also there, he says recent events like the death of Supreme Court justice. RBG should remind all of us how important it is to make sure our voices are heard. Everyone.
Teacher deaths raise alarms as new school year begins
"With the deaths of several teachers who would return to classroom learning the nation's largest teachers union is demanding better coronavirus safeguards at least four teachers have died since the fall semester started after contracting co would nineteen two were in Mississippi a third grade teacher died in South Carolina and the thirty four year old special ed teacher in Missouri died this past weekend since the pandemic was identified in February the American federation of teachers says two hundred ten of its members have died the federation's calling for mandatory facemasks strict social distancing and only online learning in areas where community spread is growing like Mississippi we're more than six hundred school teachers and staffers have become infected since the new school year began I am Jackie Quinn
Philadelphia Catholic High School Teachers Vote To Reject New Contract
"Today's to start a school for the 17 high schools in the Philadelphia archdiocese and teachers will be on the job. No. They rejected a contract offer yesterday. Kyi W's Marc Abrahams reports. Both sides have agreed to keep talking. After more than five hour online meeting because of the Copan 19 pandemic. The teachers and their union, the Association of Catholic Teachers asked the archdiocese negotiators to come back to the bargaining table for more talks to try to hammer out a deal. Reader. Schwartz is the union's president. They offered to go in, give them an extension if they would take it, and for both the system and the association to work to try. To come to agreement say we can take something back to the teachers arched houses and spokesman Ken Gavin says the talks already have resumed. Teachers will be coming back in on we will be moving forward as planned. And the goal is, Let's get this hammered out. Let's get a contract in place and solidify this. Moving forward. Gavin says. The archdiocese is confident leadership on both sides of the table will amicably resolve their
Thousands of students tripped up by tech troubles as Seattle Public Schools starts the year
"Kicked off its school year Friday. Students in Seattle public schools and other districts are learning online combo Suzanne Phone reports on how students are handling the challenges of technology. Big challenges for online learning on the first day of school for Seattle public schools. At one point, the system was overloaded issues with accessing the learning platform. Some students were kicked off. I don't know what platform was failing if it was teens or what it was at Seattle public schools, the first several days of instruction have been referred to as strong start. That's the Let teachers get to know the students and make sure everyone has the technology they need to succeed. Julie Dennis has two boys and Shoreline school district, she said. They had some minor technical issues. Everybody on the zoom couldn't hear the teacher. They could hear everyone else. But they couldn't hear the teacher, Seattle public schools teacher Liz ALS and knows things maybe challenging at the start, but she's confident things will get better. We have a huge learning curve, but it feels like it was a good place to start. Suzanne Fawn Conus Tacoma, Pierce County
Former Dallas-Area Teacher Arrested For Aggravated Sexual Assault Of Child
"Charter school teacher is behind bars charged with sexually assaulting Child. We have one less child teacher from ST That's Grand Prairie Police officer Mark Buscetta, talking about the arrest of 37 year old Jameel was said of the colony was that had taught that the uplift Grand Preparatory Academy which is not affiliated with the Grand Prairie, I SD beset us says the investigation began this past July, We learned of an outcry statement that was made to a parent from a child of a possible Sexual assault that had occurred at school center says he believes that was that was a kindergarten teacher, but the age of the victim is unknown. Other than that the victim was under the age of 14 was that is in the Grand Prairie Detention Center on $200,000 Bond. The Senate says detectives want to hear from anyone who may have had contact with was that is there may be additional victims.
Smithtown, Merrick schools announce staff COVID-19 cases
"83 School district's on Long Island are reporting cases of Corona virus ahead of the start of classes before school even begins. One of the cases is an ice slip high school teacher. Officials are now tracing anyone who may have been in contact with that teacher. The other two cases are staff members of America Avenue Middle School in ST James Elementary School.
Biden says schools would open if Trump administration had "done their jobs"
"Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in in Wilmington, Wilmington, Delaware. Delaware. Today, Today, hammering hammering President President Trump Trump on on the the administration's administration's covert covert 19 19 response response clear clear President President Trump Trump and and his his administration administration had had done done their jobs early on with this crisis, American schools would be open and to be opened safely. Instead, American families all across this country are paying the price for his failures. But his administration's hiding and his wife Jill, a longtime college professor and former high school teacher meeting today with public health experts. In Delaware to talk about school. Reopening options. Biden will visit Kenosha, Wisconsin. Tomorrow
New York City school reopening delayed amid deal between city, teachers union
"City is delaying the start of its new school year until mid September. NPR's handsy Lo Wang reports, the country's largest school district is giving teachers more time to get ready for students to return during this ongoing Corona virus pandemic. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced an agreement with the United Federation of Teachers, which represents most of the educators, who work for New York City school district. Under the plan to start the new school year will be pushed back from September 10th to the 16th. Students will undergo orientation from home by computer for the first few days before in person instruction is set to begin for some students on September 21st York City's public school teachers are expected return to schools next week to begin preparations. The city is home to more than one million students of the country's 10 largest district's nuke cities, is the only one with plans to resume in person teaching this fall.
NYC To Start School ON September 21
"New York City is delaying the start of its new school year. Until mid September NPR's Hussy Lo Wong reports. The country's largest school district is giving teachers more time to get ready for students to return during this ongoing coronavirus pandemic New York City mayor. Bill. De Blasio announced an agreement with the United. Federation of Teachers which represents most of the educators who worked for new. York. City School district under the plan started the new school year we'll be pushed back from September tenth to the sixteenth students will undergo orientation from home by computer for the first few days before in instruction set to. Begin for some students on September twenty first New York City Public School teachers are expected to return to school next week to begin preparations the city's home to more than one million students of the countries. Ten largest district's new. York City's is the only one with plans to resume in-person teaching this fall onto the woman Pierre News. New York
"school teacher" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Fish. I know we've all done it but the off chance that you haven't it turns out a powerful belief has permeated the angling community of late as if by Osmosis but in reality by Facebook, the idea is that if a fish is wounded presumably by having been fished the carbon dioxide and a can of pop can slow the bleeding by. A science thing to it, and so began the apparently growing practice of. Ginger Ale release among those who love fish enough to catch them with a hook, and enough to attempt to counteract said Hook catching with carbonation it's a beautiful complicated relationship. To test extremely plausible theory for some reason, researchers caught one hundred and fifty six northern pike. They then inflicted a minor gill injury via a pair of pliers. Then the researchers proceeded to apply Coca Cola, mountain dew or carbonated lake water to the wound. They determined that in each case, the treatment had absolutely no effect. If nothing more than pop science. So let's put an end to the whole coke and dagger operation..
"school teacher" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"With the click of a button chiefs from five migos communities can send out important alerts without dealing with the RCMP. Today, a new indigenous lead emergency alert system goes live in Nova Scotia. It's the brainchild of Jennifer. Jesse she's the Emergency Management Coordinator with the Union of Nova Scotia Magma. We reached her in member to Nova Scotia. Ms Jesse why is it important for these five mg communities to have their own emergency alert system? So there are a lot of things that take place in our communities that are priorities to us, but may not affect the rest of the province. So such things as missing children and or severe weather alerts even boil water order can now be in control by our chief. And also Jessica go to our community members when it's something that just directly affects that individual community why could you not use the provincial alert system in that way though? the provincial alert system I did speak with them when in the beginning when I was beginning to develop a system and it turns out that the only way that that those alerts could be broadcast were kind of over cell phone and over the television. But one of the really important features of that was that it's not able to ring home telephone and for most of our elders in our community that's really their only form of communication. So that's really the major difference between air system and the provincial alert system. There's also a language component. Tell me about that. This is one thing to that I'm very excited about is when the chief is going to send the message, he can record his own voice. So it can both be in `Nigma and English which I feel is going to be A. Just gap to bridge between the language barrier when it comes to something that's as serious as any of these events could possibly be. So tell me how it actually works. Say the chief would record a message. What's the Protocol House the system operate so in developing this system it's called ever bridge and while working with them I, very specific as to what our communities needed. Our communities are unique and being a band member from S Kosonen. I felt like I was in a pretty good position to know and understand what our communities need the most. So there's a few things it had to be easy most importantly, both in the sign up and the delivery of the message. So I was able to work with ever bridge and I went ahead and set up accounts for each individual chief and all they need to. Do is put in their username password on any device they go in they title the message, they type it Oh and then that will convert from text to speech or they could do a little bit further and they click another little tab there and it says record your message. So they are able to record their own voice and that can both the in both make my. How did you come up with this idea I new into this position and there wasn't anybody in this position prior to me. So my director told me you know you can kind of take this physician any way you want to go. So when I started to think about, what would I like to make priority and I thought well, the most important component of any emergency is communication. So let's say God forbid, there's an active shooter in s Sony How are we telling everybody and so I said there's gotta be a way. Something must exist out there that we can communicate to where community members all at once and then I made the connection with ever bridge, and here we are you mentioned a mass shooting and of course, people will remember in April that Nova Scotia police did not issue an alert during that two day manhunt after twenty two people were killed how concerning was that for your community? Well fortunately, our communities where quite a distance away from where that tragedy took place. However I feel that whole. The whole entire incident really brought to light the importance of communication within our communities. Again, I come from a background of boots on the ground and not so much. The planning phases I'm usually the person put notifier saving a life. So I'm used to being in the middle of the emergency and can fully appreciate the chaos that must have been going on then and I guess I. Can kind of understand from that perspective how it may have been overlooked hopefully now, moving forward will be able to understand a little bit better when those shouldn't shouldn't go out. There's also real life example involving the the missing child scenario Michigan Young prison scenario the fourteen year old girl from one of these communities to went missing alert wasn't issued for over a week We now see a forty seven year old man charged with child abduction I. Know You created this before this incident but How vital is it that you won't have to wait for the RCMP to make a determination about whether an alert should be issued. Well you know we develop this system in spite of them or you know. To be able to kind of shine a light on the air CNN the decisions that they have to make sure they have their own specific criteria to meet in order to send out that alert but now with our communities being able to have that information. And this alert system available to them maybe that alert could have gone out sooner. It's hard to say each individual case I'm sure it's going to be different However, this alert could be sent out within minutes. So we hope to not exactly work against the CNBC when it comes to missing children but we hope that this may be able to bridge the gap where they're their provincial system has certain criteria, but ours is a little bit different. So now maybe this particular missing child doesn't meet the criteria for the province, but maybe we be able to send out the alert to our new system. As far as you know, are there any other alert systems like this in Canada? Not To my knowledge, I know ever bridge itself is a global entity and they do serve as many different areas as a matter of fact that the town of Truro has recently used ever bridge and watched in their community I'm. Going forward that loss of communities are going to see the benefit of having their own emergency alert system. Maybe even contact me to help them along the way because I'd be more than willing to help anybody who would like to set this up Ms Jesse. It's very nice to talk with you. Thank you so much. Thank you very much bye-bye. A? By. Jennifer Jesse is the Emergency Management Coordinator with the Union of Nova. Scotia Magma, we reach turn member to which is south of Sydney. Ski. Let me start with a gentle warning. If you've ever port a physio sugary drink on a fish to save its life, well prepare to have your bubble burst researchers at Carleton University of made an important advance in fish first aid, and it boils down to this stop pouring pop on.
"school teacher" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"With, the click of a button chiefs from five MiG communities can send out important alerts without dealing with the RCMP. Today new indigenous lead emergency alert system goes live in Nova Scotia. It's the brainchild of Jennifer Jesse. She's the Emergency Management Coordinator with the Union of Nova Scotia. Magma we reached her in member to Nova Scotia. Ms Jesse. Why is it important for these five magma communities to have their own emergency alert system? So, there are a lot of things that take place in our community that our priorities to us, but may not affect the rest of the province. So such things as missing children or severe weather alerts or even boil water order can now be in control by our chief and also Jessica to our community members when it's something that directly affects that individual community, why could you not use the provincial alert system in that way though? the provincial alert system. I. Did speak with them when in the beginning when I was beginning to develop the system and it turns out that the only way that that those alerts could be broadcast were kind of over cell phone and over the television. But one of the really important features of that was that it's not able to ring a home telephone and for most of our elders in our community that's really their only form of communication. So that's really the major difference between air system and the provincial alert system. There's also a language component. Tell me about that. This is one thing to that I'm very excited about is when the chief is going to send out the message, he can record his own voice. So it can both be in `Nigma and English which I feel is going to be Just, gap to bridge between the language barrier when it comes to something that's as serious as any of these events could possibly be. So. So tell me how it actually works. Say the chief would recorded message. What's the Protocol House the system operate so in developing this system Ever Bridge, and while working with them I, very specific as to what our communities needed. Our communities are unique and being a band member from s ONI myself. I felt like I was in a pretty good position to know and understand what our communities need the most. So there's a few things it had to be easy most importantly, both in the sign up and the delivery of the message. So I was able to work with ever bridge and I. Went, ahead and set up accounts for each individual's chief, and all they need to do is put in their username password on any device they go in they title the message, they type it out, and then that will convert from text to speech or they could a little bit further and they click another little tab there and it says record your message. So they able to record their own voice and that can both be in both my an English. How did you come up with this idea I new into this position and there wasn't anybody in this position prior to me. So my director told me you know you can kind of take this position anyway you want to go. So when I started to think about, what would I like to make a priority and I thought well, the most important component of any emergency is communication. So let's say God forbid there's an active shooter in Kosovo. how are we telling everybody and so I said, well, there's gotTa be away. Something must exist out there that we can communicate to our community members all at once and then i. made the connection with ever bridge and here we are you mentioned a mass shooting and of course, people will remember in April that Nova Scotia police did not issue an alert during that two day manhunt after twenty two people were killed how concerning was that for your community? Well fortunately, our communities to work quite a distance away from where that tragedy took place. However, I feel that whole the whole entire incident really brought to light the importance of communication within our communities. Again, I come from a background of boots on the ground and not so much. The planning phases I'm usually the person put the fire saving a life. So I'm used to being in the middle of the emergency and can fully appreciate the chaos that must have been going on then and I guess I. Can kind of understand from that perspective how it may have been overlooked hopefully now, moving forward will be able to understand a little bit better when those alert shouldn't shouldn't gloat. There's also a real life example involving the missing child scenario missing young person scenario the the fourteen year old girl from one of these communities to went missing an alert wasn't issued for over a week We now see a forty seven year old man's charged with child abduction I. Know You created this before this incident but How vital is it that you won't have to wait for the RCMP to make a determination about whether an alert should be issued. Well you know we we didn't develop the system in spite of them or you know To be able to kind of shiny dark light on the air CNN, the decisions that they have to make I'm sure they have their own specific criteria to meet in order to send out that alert But now with our communities being able to have that information and this alert system available to them, maybe that alert could have gone out sooner it's hard to say each individual case I'm sure is going to be different However, this alert could be sent. Within minutes. So we hope to not exactly work against the CFP when it comes to missing children but we hope that this may be able to bridge a gap where they're their provincial system has certain criteria, but ours is a little bit different. So now maybe this particular missing child doesn't meet the criteria for the province, but maybe we'd be able to send out the alert to our new system as far as you know, are there any other alert systems like this in? Canada Not to my knowledge I know ever bridge itself is a global entity and they do serve as many different areas as a matter of fact that the town of Truro has just recently used ever bridge and launched it in their community I'm hoping going forward that lots of communities are gonNA see the benefit of having their own emergency alert system maybe even contact me to help them along the way because I'd be more than willing to help anybody who would like to set this up misjustice very nice to talk with you. Thank you so much. Thank you very much. Bye Bye. Bye Bye. Jennifer Jesse is the Emergency Management Coordinator with the Union of Nova Scotia Magma. We reached her member to which is south of Sydney. Let me start with a gentle warning. If you've ever port a Physi- sugary on a fish to save its life will prepare to have your bubble burst researchers at Carleton University of made an important advance in fish first-aid. and. It boils down to this stop pouring pop on fish..
"school teacher" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Some people were happy to see US President Donald Trump today in Kenosha his supporters lined the streets during the president's tour of the Wisconsin City. He came with a message of support for law enforcement. Here's part of what he had to say. You have. Some bad apples we all know that and those will be taken care of through the system and nobody's going to be easy on me there and you have people that joke they're under tremendous. I said yesterday I said it last night there are under tremendous pressure. And they may be there for fifteen years and of a spotless record and all of a sudden they're faced with the decision day have a quarter of a second quarter of a second to make a decision and if they make a wrong decision, one way or the other they're either dead or they're in big trouble. And people have to understand that. Donald Trump speaking during his visit to Kenosha Wisconsin this afternoon. The mayor didn't want him in the city neither did the governor and Jacob blakes family made it perfectly clear they were not welcoming the president as Mr Blake recovers in the hospital after police shot him multiple times in the back his family hosted a community event away from the president's tour with bouncy castle and a voter registration booth. Here's Jacob Lakes up just Blake speaking to the media this afternoon. We don't have any works for the Orangemen all ask is that. He keeps his disrespect, his foul language far away from our family. The president. That's GonNa, unite our country and take us in different directions. Today. It's a free country. We can go anywhere. We want we what the same rights he got. To get our children home safely because they should be able to go anywhere in the nation and come back home saying. His shot seven times rather. Justin Blake the of Jacob Lake speaking earlier today in Kenosha Wisconsin Isaac Wallner is a police reform activist. He founded the group Human Trust Project after the death of George Floyd, we reached Mr Wallner in Kenosha earlier today. Mr. Wallner. How did you decide whether or not to protest against president trump's visit to Kenosha. I truly feel that he feeds off of attention whether it's negative or positive, and so this is a very, very political for him the conduct nausea. Habits. photo-op Abbas Mailman. But I also feel having people who are there that are against him on the ground with supporters very of time you watch that feeling wants the best fire to push law and order message to help boost his campaign as election chances. So did you at at some point way really whether you would go or did you decide right away that this was not going to be for you? I originally wanted to. Talk to my mother and a couple of people are like, wow. which know what you express before about what I just told you and I was like you're right. So I sat there while it's not it's not worth it the go there and a potentially get into a fight with his supporters when we are what he says we are unfortunately that does Buddhist. His election year and I feel like no-show show is a lot better than that and we don't have to go down there and get into fights with supporters to let people know that we're not going to stand for who he is in what he's done to this nation. What have you seen so far that leads you to believe the president wants to see clashes between his supporters and those who are protesting police violence. Factor here. There's absolutely no reason for him to be here at all the off color boxes made in the division. He has made what those remarks between african-americans and. People United States he doesn't come into a city were after Camilla shot in the back seven times. It's wrong in that. Right there shows that he's looking to you incite some kind of unrest whether it be minor doesn't matter but he's looking to you to be that and people always talk about outside agitators again Kua steady. Through. Feel as a right now in coming in here. Yes it's a free country, but he's definitely outside center president trump claims that the conflict in Kenosha and did with an hour i. think that was his words After he said, he would be sending in forces. What do you think of the fact that he's taking credit for the streets of Kenosha being more peaceful the last few days I was on the ground when the shooting happened with on tyrod house we took to China. Now there that was the last night of a very strong type protests and I'm riot when the Sheriff Department had respond heavily onto dispersed the crowd and for him to take credit for something he had nothing to do with the plenty of people here in Kenosha myself included Anna coalition I'm Ed that on the ground trying to keep the peace for the few days prior to that incident as well as that Nike. And for him to step up and take credit. People who saw the most at night were dispersing the crowd was a sheriff's departments. From around the state, not the national. Guard. So, for him to take that credit, it's wrong. After touring the city today, the president said that he had come to support law enforcement and he blamed what he says and I'm quoting violent mobs for acts of what he called domestic terrorism. What does that characterization of what's been happening in your city mean to you To save violent bombs, domestic terrorism I mean is the destruction of property needed now. Yes. A lot of people who arrested over the past few days majority of them were now from Kenosha. became from the outside they came there they had to do but I truly feel though that. Things wouldn't have been if we had tighter scrutiny and tighter process on our police officers and making sure that they're not shooting people in the back seven times, they're not attacking. African American so to me the true, you're gonNA to call it. Domestic terrorism is attack on I'm African American. So my raise in my brothers and sisters. Rather than the response that you've seen from the president, how do you think you could address those issues? I mean what kind of oversight could be applied to the police that would be perhaps the effect change First and foremost the police departments have to. Precaution culturally represent the city that they're in Kenosha it is. It's a mix city based black wise. Hispanics were mixed. The CANOSSA police department is primarily white. Now in speaking to the chief and talking I spoke to him personally talk compared was sit down with him and ask him well, why do I never really thought about I guess I haven't really gotten out there we try to push. We don't said well, if you don't make it a priority. To, push for more cultural caused diverse police department thing you're part of the problem. President trump pledged today to spend several million dollars to help Kenosha rebuild from the damage that it suffered. Also tens of millions on law enforcement in the state at what would you prefer to see from politicians in terms of helping Osha. Rebuilding Kenosha when it comes to harvey stricken areas, you spent all this money on law enforcement. That's fine. But until you rebuild his poverty stricken areas give the people that live in these areas. And a better tomorrow than unfortunately crime tends to follow. So if you if you give them, HOPE ILDEM UP, give money to education better schools to educate our children to give them Hokey the my future. That's what my needs to go to not into law and order. Well Mr Wall Good luck in your efforts to to quell the potential violence and to to bring people together in your community. Thank.
"school teacher" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Some people were happy to see you as President Donald Trump today in Kenosha, his supporters lined the streets during the president's tour of the Wisconsin City he came with a message of support for law enforcement. Here's part of what he had to say. You have. Some bad apples we all know that and will be taken care of through the system and is going to be easy on me there and you have people that joke they're under tremendous I said yesterday said it last night they're under tremendous pressure. And they may be there for fifteen years and of a spotless record and all of a sudden they're faced with the decision Deva quarter of a second quarter of a second to make a decision and if they make a wrong decision, one way or the other they're either dead or they're in big trouble. and. have to understand that. Donald Trump speaking during his visit to Kenosha Wisconsin this afternoon, the mayor didn't want him in the city neither did the governor and Jacob Lakes family made it perfectly clear. They were not welcoming the president as Mr Blake recovers in the hospital after police shot him multiple times in the back his family hosted a community event away from the president's tour with a bouncy castle and a voter registration booth. Here's Jacob Blake's Uncle Justin Blake. Speaking to the media this afternoon. We have words for the Orangemen I'll ask is that He keeps his disrespect, his foul language far away from my family need a president that's going to unite our country and take us in a different direction. Today. It's a free country can go anywhere. We want. We want the same. He got. We Wanna be able to get our children home safely because they should be able to go anywhere in this nation and come back home saying. His shot seven times. Justin Blake the ankle of Jacob Blake speaking earlier today in Kenosha Wisconsin Isaac. Wallner is a police reform activist. He founded the group Human Trust Project after the death of George Floyd we reach Mr Wallner in Kenosha earlier today. Mr Wallner how did you decide whether or not to protest against president trump's visit to Kenosha. Truly feel that. He feeds off of attention whether it's negative positive. So, this very, very political for him the conduct inertia habits. Photo op have his moment but I, also feel having people who are there that are against them on the ground with supporters of the time you watch that feeling the fire to push his law and order message to help boost his campaign as election chances. So did you at at some point way? Whether you would go or did you decide right away that this was not going to be for you? Originally. Wanted to. in talking to my mother and couple of people are like, wow, think about which already know what you express before about what I just told you and you're right. I sat down while it's not it's not worth it to go there and a potentially get into a fight with his supporters when we are what he says we are unfortunately that does Buddhist has election year and I feel like the no show is a lot better than that. We don't have to go down there and get into fights with supporters to let people know that we're not going to stand for who he is and what he's done took this nation. What have you seen so far that leads you to believe the president wants to see clashes between his supporters and those who are protesting police violence. Factor here. is absolutely no reason for him to be here at all the off-color remark sees made in the division. He has made what those remarks between African Americans and. People United States doesn't to US city were African American male shot in the back seven times. It's wrong and right there shows that he's looking to you incite. Some kind of unrest whether it be minor, it doesn't matter but he's looking to you to be that and people always talk about outside agitators come again to stay by truly feel as a right now am coming in here. Yes it's a free concert but definitely outside at sitter president trump claims that the conflict in Kenosha ended within an hour i. think that was his words He said he would be sending forces. What do you think of the fact that he's taking credit for the streets of Kenosha being more peaceful the last few days I was on the ground when the shooting happened with Carrot House we took to China another that was the last night of a very strong type protests and I'm riot when the chef department respond heavily onto dispersed a crowd and for him to take credits Nikki had nothing to do with their plenty of people here in Kenosha. Myself included Anna Coalition. I'm Ed that ran aground trying to keep the peace for the few days prior to that incident as well as that night. And for him to step up and take credit. People who saw the most at night dispersing the crowd was a sheriff's Department of from around the state, not the National Guard. So for him to take that credit, it's wrong. After touring the city today the president said that he had come to support law enforcement and he blamed what he says and I'm quoting violent mobs for acts of what he called domestic terrorism What does that characterization of what's been happening in your city mean to you? Say Violent MOMS domestic terrorism I mean is the destruction of property needed now. Yes. Alive people who were arrested over the Days, majority of them were now from Kenosha. They came from the outside they came there they deal with the do, but it's I truly feel though that. The things wouldn't happen if we had tighter scrutiny and tighter process on our police officers and making sure that they're not shooting people in the back seven times than I attack African American. So to me the true if you're GONNA call it, domestic terrorism is the attack on African American. So my raise in my brothers and sisters. Rather than the response that you've seen from the president. How do you think you could address those issues? I mean what kind of oversight could be applied to the police that would be perhaps the effect change? First and foremost the police departments have to. Precaution culturally represent the city that there can Osha is it's a mixed city, best black Hispanics were mix the also police department is primarily white. Now speaking to the chief and talk I spoke to him personally. Compatible sit down and ask him well, why Soglo I never really thought about that I guess I haven't really gotten out there. We try to push what we don't like. Wow you don't make it a priority. To push for more cultural caused diverse police department thing you're part of the problem. President, trump pledged today to spend several million dollars to help Kenosha rebuild from the damage that it suffered. Also tens of millions on law enforcement in the state at what would you prefer to see from politicians in terms of helping KENOSHA. Rebuilding Kenosha when it comes to harvey stricken areas. You spend all this money on law enforcement. That's fine. But until you rebuild these poverty, stricken.
New York City Moving Forward With First Day Of School, But Teachers Union May Vote To Strike
"September 10th the first day of school in the city, or is it the teachers union? They voted eight authorize a strike to avoid that lasted for over one million school kids are supposed to start a a week week from from Thursday, Thursday, but but the the union union representing representing school school teachers teachers may may vote vote as as early early as as Tuesday Tuesday to to authorize authorize a a strike. strike. UFT UFT Executive Executive board board did did authorize authorize further further negotiations negotiations with the city for a school reopening plan that meets the safety criteria set forth by independent medical experts. If that fails, then the board will vote to authorize a strike you FT President Michael Mulgrew says. We can't afford to send students and staff back until everything is done to make sure they're safe. Teacher strikes are illegal in New York. The last one occurred during the 1975 fiscal
"school teacher" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Country, what is your view of that? Should those statues come down? I you cannot erase history by destroying a statue ITERA building. Dir Different ways of expressing negotiating that I understand the emotions and I also. Condemn the policies of John McDonald. And his subsequent Deputy Minister Dunkin Camera. Scott will quote the Word List In Child. Sure I like to. Get rid of the statues, symbols, symbols of of of. Oppression suppression of our peoples. But does that's symbols and there are different ways of negotiating. The right way forward. Mr Daniels congratulations on on seeing all your hard work come to fruition with the declaration of this historic site. Pleasure. All right. Good to talk to you. Thank you. What Ernie Daniels is a residential school survivor who was forced to attend four different schools including portage La, prairie residential school in the nineteen fifties. Today, it was recognized by parks. Canada. As a national historic site along the shoe banality residential school in Nova Scotia, and you can find more on this story on our website CBC DOT CA Slash Aih..
Philadelphia Catholic school teachers, archdiocese far from deal
"To begin next week at the 17 Catholic high schools in the Philadelphia archdiocese. Has been little progress in contract talks between the archdiocese and the union representing 500 teachers who are scheduled to return to their classrooms. What about these? Marc Abrahams takes a look. Read it. Schwartz, President, the Association of Catholic Teachers local 17 76. His negotiations are going nowhere at this point. It's just unfortunate that again. We're going down to the wire. And nobody needs to do that. Now, Schwarz says. Archdiocese negotiators have proposals on the table that she says would strip teachers of their rights, got the contract and bust the union. She says she has suggested, but been rebuffed in a bid to extend the contract for a year while navigating the reopening of schools during the Koven 19 pandemic, Schwartz says three bargaining sessions air set for this week and she's prepared to meet through the weekend and even on Labor Day holiday to hammer out a deal to me As long as we're talking, that's a good sign. Time. I don't know what will come out of it. But as long as we're talking on better than if we're not classes are set to begin September nights. The archdiocese did not respond to our email seeking comment. Marc Abrahams K
Art Classes by Zoom Produce Pandemic Profits
"Market Blanchfield took up watercolor painting while she was a stay at home mom. And soon found herself quite adept at the practice. As she hunter skill and began producing quality works, she wanted to share these talents with others. To do that mortgage started teaching mommy and me art classes in the makeshift studio she'd built in her garage. There she offered place for MOMS and their toddlers learn together. Through friends and word of mouth. This became a successful side Gig that Margaret until the birth of her second child. That's when she decided to brush up and looked for a dedicated space outside her home. After finding the ideal location, she called the Space Sacramento Art classes. And created a website to match at Sacramento Art Classes Dot Com, she puts the choice of domain name down is her best business decision. By using such an obvious name much of the marketing work was already done. The website naturally ranked high in Google searches and parents and kids from all over the city came to learn how to paint. The space was never a huge money maker, but it did bring in some side income which was helpful with two small kids. There was even more important because by now Margaret, separated from her husband was a single mom. Without the support of a dual income, she looks for additional ways to make more money. In an attempt to expand, she opened up the studio to other artists in the local area they would lease the space for their own lessons and pay Margaret a percentage of what they aren't. That way she can make money from the space even when she wasn't personally using it. By Twenty Eighteen, she had twenty five art teachers on board. That sounds like a lot and it did bring in twenty thousand dollars in revenue per year but almost all of it went back into rent and expenses. So Margaret. decided to look for a stable way to make a living and transition to a job as an elementary school teacher. Also. Decided to close her studio even though it pains her to do so. It simply wouldn't be a profitable endeavor when she started on her new career path. While saddening things weren't all doom and gloom. Margaret Love Teaching. It was a way for her to keep sharing her art knowledge without the high overheads instead of having a dedicated space. Yet. The change wasn't complete as you might guess because something unexpected happened in the spring of twenty twenty. Was that well, I'm pretty sure what it was since it continues to affect our world pretty much every day in all kinds of ways. Shakeup meant Margaret started teaching remotely which gave her new skills and technology. She mastered Zoom and became an expert in remote teaching. Knew this wasn't something to gloss over and after thinking about it began to paint a new picture in her life? Margaret felt she could use her artistic teaching and technology skills to try something different. Specifically she thought about offering art classes, online the zoom, and facebook live. The lessons could be the same as the one she used to offer an early business. The only difference would be the method of delivery. To test the waters, she wrote to an old email list of six hundred people she collected from her time running the studio. In, addition, she posted a facebook event and let her seven hundred facebook friends know about it. To her astonishment, she amassed four hundred rsvp. then. In May twenty twenty, she ran her first free art lesson broadcast over facebook live close to two hundred and fifty people attended. while. Preparing for the lesson, she came up with the idea of virtual tip jar. argh replaced her Vinho paypal and cash APP county tells on a small sign visible in the video. Even before she finished the lesson, she heard her phone buzzing. Tips were coming in hard and fast. The success of that first experience only encouraged her to do more. She tapped the same audience locked in a weekly lesson with limited spaces. For that attendees painted band through pay Pal v her existing website. In addition, she still conducts free facebook live classes with a tip jar and on average around ten percent of attendees leave a tip. She's now three months into this experiment turned legitimate side hustle and things only improved. Are Free classes now reach an average of three hundred attendees and combined. She's earning well over fifteen hundred dollars per month. Matt. Of course, is recited income in addition to teacher salary. She sees this as only the beginning and wants to keep growing. So what skillset do you have that you could rework and reposition? Strange. Seemingly never ending year of twenty. Twenty. I really do believe there's something there for you just like Margaret and so many others. So one cool thing I think about the story I mean there's several things. But one thing that I noticed right paid attention to is using facebook live as. primarily. A noncommercial source of broadcasting but including this tip jar. where I think it was like ten percent of people are actually making a donation and it's not just the income from the tip jars. She also has these private classes where they're limited spaces, but you can imagine. If you go to class of three hundred people. You don't really get any individual attention, but if there's a class of ten or fifteen, whatever the number is, then that's also attractive for those who want to pay. So I love the blend of like doing the facebook live, which is open to anyone and because she's primarily marketing to her network of friends as well as people who been to the classes before it's not quite like trying to break through the facebook algorithm to promote commercially, which can be difficult and facebook wants you to pay of course, and then also great domain name, right Sacramento Art classes, dot com at least as long as you want to focus locally. If you want us to be art classes for everyone because of what technology allows us to do these days with zoom other platforms then that might be a little bit problematic. But for now, Sacramento Art classes dot com sounds great. So if you happen to be in the area or just want to go check out, Margaret's facebook lives you can find the schedule there sure and
Sacramento County Orders Capital Christian School To Close After It Used Loophole To Open For Students
"This morning, the Sacramento County Public Health Department ordering the immediate closure of capital Christian School. The school currently is hosting in person instruction, which they called child care. There's public health services director Dr Peter Beilenson. They got their high school and middle and elementary school teachers trained as daycare workers and tried to fob off the high school students and middle school and elementary school students going to school and calling a daycare, which obviously it is not. We're waiting to see how the school reacts capital, Christian School officials face fines of up to $1000 a day and potential jail time if they refused to comply with that shutdown
Trump says open schools. Teachers say not until they're safe. As cases rise, unions may win.
"UPDATE as the country's biggest school district approaches reopening New York City's teachers union says it's not safe enough there. Bill deBlasio. I hear their concerns with this ball game is far from over. We're going to make the school safer. Schools get ready to reopen in Texas Governor Greg Abbott says he's worried that people there were just worn out will ignore safety measures. It is especially important At a time with schools are opening that everyone in the entire school setting is extra vigilant, making sure they do maintain the safe practices so they can reduce the spread of
"school teacher" Discussed on HMH Learning Moments
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"school teacher" Discussed on The Daily Grind
"It's an expert of a sermon that Charles spurgeon delivered on Tuesday evening. May Fourth Eighteen fifty-eight Embu at Bloomsbury Chapel. And this is what he had to say. I see nothing in the Bible. That should lead me to believe that. The office of the preacher is more honorable than that of the teacher. It seems to me that every Sunday school teacher has a right to be put reverend before his name as much as I have. And if not if he discharges his trust he certainly is a honorable. He teaches his congregation in preaches to his class. I may preach to more and he to less but still he is doing the same work though in a small sphere. I am sure I can sympathize with Mr Kearney. When he said of his son Felix who left the missionary work to become an ambassador Felix has has traveled into an ambassador meaning to say that he was once a great person as a missionary but that he had he had afterwards accepted a comparatively comparatively insignificant office. So I think we may say of the Sabbath schoolteacher if he gives up his work because he cannot attend to it. An account of his enlarge business. He travels travails. His travels into a rich merchant. If he forsakes his teaching because he finds there is much else to do he reveals into something less than he was before with one exception if he is obligated to give up to tend to his own family in makes that family his Sabbath School Class. There is no derailing their. He stands in the same position as he did before. I say they who teach they who seek to pluck souls as brands from the burning are to be considered as honorable persons second far to him from whom they received their commission but still in some sweet sense lifted up to become fellows with him for he calls them his brethren and his friends there. We Go Charles Charles. Spurgeon next up of the sermon called The Sunday school teacher a steward and he pulls this from Luke Chapter Number Sixteen Verse Number. Two and he called him and said unto him. How is it that I hear? The this of the given account of their stewardship for Thou may be no longer stewart. He his main thing was here was give an account for the stewardship. And let's talk about stewardship. That is really a manager. Okay of of responsibility and someday one day we are going to give an account to God of our stewardship spurgeon mentioned that never looked down on children's work it is a serious responsibility a responsibility to teach them the things of God. If we look in James Chapter three verses one through two it says my brother be not many masters knowing that we shall receive a greater condemnation for in many things we offer all if any man offend not in word the same is a perfect man and able also to bridle the whole body so we need to look at the whole the whole focus of our responsibility and mostly talking to people that have children specifically in this message in this does not. This is not also. Don't don't think this message is also for the person that doesn't have a child because you may have a child or you have responsibility and you can apply this to whatever responsibility you have. We need to. We need to look in. Take care of our children. The ones that God has given us to be able to teach take care of and also to give a future now. That's the stewardship I'm talking about. That's stewardship is given to an account to God as children grow up. I remember with both of my boys. When is an adult and one is turning seventeen and a couple of days I think about when there are children when I first had him brought them home they didn't move? They just cried? And I changed your diaper and gave them food okay. It was a beautiful time in my life but I had a feed him had to clean them at wash them and I from that. They became toddlers and the destroyed stuff in the house. They climbed on stuff. They threw tantrums. They they did all the things that I think of a two year old right now. They become elementary. They ask questions. Daddy's everything to them in the world. Moms everything to the world and it's a beautiful time. They become teenagers. Oh there's other things in the world I must apply everything else in the world to what my parents teach me and I'll learn best way I possibly can. And then they become adults or they take a step and then they take what we applied to them as I walk on in life throughout the whole process is a responsibility of stewardship to them in. It is a struggling one. It is one that we have to that. We will give an account to God for in to do that. We have to be parents. We have to be the ones for the children. Not Giving our children to other people to raise or give our children to other people to educate our give our children to some other people to be able to socialize them. It is our responsibility and to do that. We have to be above reproach reproach on how we do it meaning that we need to educate ourselves in the sense of. I'm not asking you to get a bachelor's Master's doctorates saying get the research of yourself by asking wise counsel by going to the word God in just if you have the Logos Bible software if you just search wife husband man woman any of those. You'll get a plethora of resources that will tell you where to look in the Bible but we need to do the research to be to be a stewart. We have to put our best foot forward. And that's through the word of God. I'm talking about not by us. Giving the responsibility of teaching our children who Jesus Crisis Teaching our children those stories of the Bible teaching our children the word of God and to teach them the importance of fellowship and worship at Church. You see you just. Don't put the kid in the church. Say Make them religious. You just don't don't throw them over there. You as the parent need to study know. The Bible not perfect because no one is perfect but to get comfortable with the Bible and to get comfortable with going to church. Church is a beautiful thing. It's a place of family. It's a place fellowship in a few put church important in your life. It's also your social focal point for you and your family is the place where your children will get to know other children. It's a place where you get to know other adults and other families but we just don't throw over there to the church the Church take care of them macomb religious. We just don't throw them over to the school. Say School make him smart. Don't throw them over to the after school programs. Make Him Athlete Athlete. No that's our responsibility as being appearance. That's us that's mom. That's dad if you're a single mom or single dad that's you. That is the stewardship and wet. Spurgeon is bringing to. The point is don't overlook your children meaning that don't don't fall short of your stewardship your responsibility your management of your children place upon someone else. The sacrifice of being the parent like spurgeon was mentioning here and also all the other verses is that it is not an easy task. It's a dying task. It's a frustrating task. It's argumentative task between two adults husband. Wife to put it more bluntly but that's one where we have to turn to God. That's one where I know me personally just got I can't do it anymore. I don't know what needs to be done and praying. Give him the answer he needs as I have two boys spurgeon also put in the second note is if it is your responsibility. Thank God for the privilege and asked him to make you a faithful steward if we look at. First Corinthians chapter four the second versus says moreover it is required and Stewart's that a man be found faithful. Go back to that point. He stated it is your responsibility. Thank God for the privilege and asked him to make you a full Stewart. We we're retired and stewardship. We're required to be faithful. We need to be faithful and we need to realize first of all what is the priority in our life in my home that my children are expendable media and my wife and I can always have more children but they are very important in all seriousness. Because that child is going to leave the home and represent you and your family but most importantly he's going to represent his severe or her savior. Imagine if someone left your home and doesn't have a testimony for Jesus Christ because you as the parent wasn't a Stewart and showing them the Bible or wasn't a Stewart to educate them and they're now leaving your home and they can't spell or they can't do grammar. They can't write a sentence. You can't blame the school. You can't blame the church because I just told you hear that you're the Stewart. We are accountable. So do the best you possibly can right now and be faithful to God to husband and wife and two family which includes your children and be as Stewart for them. And you say well. I'm just a housewife. God gave that housewife. You and your husband. Those children don't think that they're just your husband's your wife's there for both of you and sometimes hearing these messages that I've that I've been speaking of are tough and you don't want to come to the realization that I just stink as a parent. Trust me I've had those conversations numerous times. I'm constantly apologizing to my kids. I wish I was a better parent. You can ask them but I do know that I have the best teacher for me in the best steward for me. Which is Jesus Christ and he wrote me the best instruction book in the world which is called the Bible and I can open it up or I can bring it on my screen or I can search words on the screen and it can bring me up all the verses or I can read chapter after chapter and verse after verse but I can get the knowledge right there. Don't be the one to turn to the neighbor at times when you have the responsibility. Don't be the one to turn to the talk shows on TV. Don't be the one to turn to the self help books come to the realization. Who gave you these children? It is God so therefore I need to get with God and see where he wants me to do with these children. And that's through the word of God nominal close today and I just want to end this with you if you do no apparent that struggling or having a hard time with their children or especially during this cova or this coverted whenever this gets published that regardless they're responsible please share it to them. Please share to other family.
"school teacher" Discussed on Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!
"In California and and we live what we're able to do when our kids with home schooling. I'm I'm a public schoolteacher. I'm really involved in ministry at my church my kids ministries in a direct college ministry church. While you guys are busy. You're busy busy bunch We love your family dearly. We're good friends with you guys and As a matter of fact your wife Leah and I are really good friends and her parents. The first time we met I think it was like twelve and her parents were mining. Garrett pre marriage counselors and that was twenty four years ago that was actually a little over them twenty four years ago because we are just celebrating our twenty th anniversary so yeah thank you only by the grace of God So it's been really neat to see your family Grow I know is to be kind of a little part of of helping with your wedding and So we've we've seen your your family grow from the very beginning and high because it's for the Internet. Connectivity is the best right right so for those watching this on video that Sophie in the back anyway I love your story of how been home schooled to where God has brought you today and I was talking to somebody recently and she said you know I. I don't see that a lot of homeschool graduates are doing a lot of things and being really successful in life. Now this is someone who comes from. Who does not come from a background of homeschooling and well? You know the reason that you may not see that quite yet is because whole first. Big Generation of home school graduates are just now really into their adult hood. They're in their maybe late twenties to mid thirties And really starting to shine as adults. And so you're one of those got his dense. Amazing things with you Talk a little bit first about what your home. School journey was like growing up. Because I know you are. I don't want to say I mean you might say unschooled but I won't say that you were unschooled but I know you had kind of a loose school structure Growing up and then to where you are today and what God is done with you so I don't know if I mentioned this by. My Dad was a public school teacher for thirty seven years. He was teaching high school And that's what sort of motivated him to make the decision to home school. It wasn't it wasn't necessarily. Because he wanted to protect us from indoctrination he just saw the system is broken. Educationally students were not learning. They were not being taught And so he realized I could do this better on my own And and he did I just finished my second masters degree. Most of my siblings out Masters degrees a lot of us are Very successful working professionals But because he because his response wasn't to try to maybe pull US OUT AND PROTECT FROM SYSTEM. Very educationally focused on. He had some radical ideas about how he was going to educate. Educate US and some some people might describe it as schooling but it wasn't because our mathematics was very structured so mathematics or something that we did every day we had to. We had to put in time. We had to work systematically through he wrote are Krige on mathematics or reading that was very structured readings very structured. He's sort of designed those keys. If you have your math you have your reading. You can do anything so outside of that. It was more Whatever are nationalists so like I remember one year high school instead of doing? Us history spent the entire year. Doing Research on George Washington just fascinated me and so I just I did also this research on him and I learned. Us history by studying the life of George Washington and so that that's that was sort of the UN schooling bid is. It was a little bit passion driven but the the math and the English portion. Where we're very sorry. My Dad is a strict grammarian. Even in my master's graduate programs I would send my research papers to him and say Hey. Can you check my grammar? And he would always inevitably something. I was hoping after my second masters degree on finally arrive. Where you WANNA go with by any errors but he can get always see them. Yeah so our.
"school teacher" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Here we have a school teacher with us I'm here with the cook County Board president Toni Preckwinkle with department of public health director Dr in Gaza is he gay with Illinois emergency management agency director general Alicia Tate Nadeau and commissioner of the Chicago department of public health Dr Allison are witty I want to thank the leaders who are standing with me today and those in counties all across our state who are working day and night in our response to corona virus as I mentioned yesterday my administration will be hosting daily press conferences on the current state of covert nineteen in Illinois depending on the updates at hand you may see any combination of myself doctor is he gay I am a director general Tate Nadeau and other senior leaders of my administration and elected officials and public health experts from other levels of government each day at two thirty PM we can also be viewed via live stream at Illinois dot gov slash live video since our last press conference yesterday afternoon there are eight additional cases here in Illinois our total case count is now nineteen these new cases include our first two from outside of cook county these two cases outside of cook county a man in his late teens with ties to lake and McHenry counties and an unrelated individual in her sixties from Kane county are not health care workers have no history and have not had close contact with any known positive covert nineteen case since health officials cannot determine the origin of these two unrelated cases each likely reflects community transmission of the virus in a moment I'll ask Dr Izzie Kay and Dr are would be to elaborate on the medical details of these eight cases as well as provide an update on the eleven previously announced but I want to share that we have been in contact with officials from all of the impacted counties directly about the next steps in containment and protecting our most vulnerable residents as anticipated we have reached the point where we're likely to see additional cases reflecting additional spread within the communities each day forward we have been preparing for this for months and are fully coordinating across state and local governments to minimize further spread it as best we can yesterday I issued a disaster proclamation illinois' version of a state of emergency and this is the next phase in a long developed response we're now operating with a state emergency operations center at the heart of our response because of this proclamation all our tools are in play and rapidly available for deployment to assist all our cities and counties across southern central and northern Illinois as the situation has involved I've consistently reminded you that Illinois has one of the strongest public health systems in the nation we were among the first states in the nation able to test for covert nineteen which we are now doing in Chicago in Springfield and Carbondale and we anticipate commercial expansion in the near future of course we must also contend with the reality that our capacity cannot be separated from the material response of the federal government our federal partners I have personally reached out to senior federal officials to demand that we get more tests as soon as possible it's critical to our response enter the response of every state and jurisdiction across the nation that as we see a national surge in cases we are matching that with a rapid increase in testing in order to best care for our patients we need to be able to gauge the exact scope of covert nineteen spread and it is imperative that the federal government provide leadership here at the state level we're continuing to make all necessary preparations to advance our public health systems and we're doing so with a particular focus on the safety of our most vulnerable residents at the core of our efforts paying special attention to our nursing homes are veterans homes and long term care facilities we've implemented new staffing procedures and issued strict guidelines around restricting visitors at the facilities that we control yesterday we also hosted a weapon are with over four hundred representatives from nursing homes and assisted living facilities across the state and are working closely with the various statewide associations of private owners to ensure that they match our efforts with similarly strict guidelines as always we encourage everyone to check in on their elderly friends relatives and neighbors to wash their hands regularly and vigorously and to use precautions about large crowds we will continue to keep your fully updated and informed as we move forward I thank you very much and now I'd like to turn it over to cook County Board president Toni Preckwinkle good afternoon thank you governor Pritzker for your attention to.
"school teacher" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Were a middle school teacher tested positive for the disease schools are closed through March eighteenth better safe than sorry Jonah is a high school senior this is best for everyone we don't want to give it to our parents our grandparents seeing his friends enjoying the bombing whether on their first day off riding their bikes downtown Roger stern ten ten wins in Scarsdale Columbia has canceled classes today and tomorrow and while you will replace in person classes with remote online classes and fell after spring break Princeton will soon begin mandatory virtual instruction Hofstra has canceled all campus classes for the week in Roselle New Jersey schools will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday on Long Island according to Newsday the Plainview old Bethpage central school district is canceling classes Tuesday because a staff member has a confirmed case of the corona virus there are at least six new cases in Nassau County bringing the total there to at least thirteen one confirmed case in Suffolk County at least five additional cases in New Jersey bringing the total there to eleven in Connecticut two confirmed cases one involving a Wilton resident this is in addition to the several hospital workers last week we told you about who live in New York and worked here in Connecticut all St Patrick's day parades have been canceled in Ireland which has twenty one confirmed cases Boston has canceled its St Patrick's day parade as of now New York city's parade up Fifth Avenue is still on president trump has been meeting with his advisers about steps to stimulate the economy correspondent Jonathan Karl he also plans to meet with CEOs of major companies on Wednesday we're told they're looking at a range of potential options to provide some economic stimulus here the way Larry Kudlow's top economic adviser has put it these would be timely targeted to where we can do the most good so potential lead efforts to help the airline industry which is obviously expected to be hit very hard by all of this also small business owners those are the type of measures that are being considered at the White House president trump says he will press Congress to enact a payroll tax cut governor Cuomo says New York state will produce its own sanitizers given the shortages he says it'll actually have a higher alcohol content and products like pure Ralph he also says it has a nice floral scent according to a new CNN poll out a majority of Americans say they are somewhat confident the federal government can prevent a nationwide epidemic forty eight percent say they disapprove of the way president trump has handled across the situation forty one percent approve guess how it breaks down party lines seventy nine percent of Republicans say the federal government has done a good job in preventing the spread of the virus only twenty four percent of Democrats agree stark says you know took a beating this was due in part to concerns over the corona virus and in part due to do due to a dispute over oil between Russia and Saudi Arabia when the closing bell rang the Dow Jones industrial average was down more than two thousand points a loss of roughly seven point eight percent the S. and P. five hundred fell seven point six percent it was the single worst day of the new York stock exchange since the financial crisis of two thousand and eight stock prices fell so fast at the beginning of the day trading was halted for fifteen minutes Steve casting down for ten ten wins we will update the futures in overseas markets are Bloomberg moneywatch report at twenty six past here on ten ten wins on Long Island Suffolk County DA Timothy sini according to a new state plans to have a special grand jury investigate the death of eight year old Tommy valva died from hypothermia after investigators say he was forced to sleep in a freezing garage his father Michael Alfa an NYPD officer and his girlfriend are facing charges seven of Harvey Weinstein's accusers have called on New York state Attorney General to should James to re negotiate the terms of a global settlement in a class action suit which they say is unfair and unjust this two days before Weinstein is scheduled to be sentenced in his criminal case when news on channel nine here's the thing about new cherry vanilla coke though cherries named first all the flavors tastes just as great I mean it could have just as easily been vanilla cherry coke or it could have been coke cherry vanilla and since it's too amazing flavors of coke it might have been cold vanilla cherry coke or cherry vanilla coke coke unless you're in France which would make it a cocktail of an Iowa Democrat a Democrat New Jersey vanilla coke so good together and your cherry vanilla coke zero sugar same great taste zero sugar Benjamin Franklin once wrote mmhm nothing can be said to be certain except death and taxes hold on their Benji you can't even be certain of that much thanks to cyber criminals and identity thieves pardon they can file your 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"school teacher" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"An elementary school teacher in Washington state died from exposure during this week's snowstorm Kathy Jenks was reported missing on Monday heavy snow fell Sunday evening into Monday morning temperatures dipped into the upper twenties her body was found by somebody in a neighborhood passing by now the medical examiner in Snohomish county reports Jenks died of hypothermia little cedars elementary school he sent a letter to families telling them of the news police believe her death was accidental Alex stone ABC news the Senate starts the impeachment trial on Tuesday Oregon senator Ron Wyden says he is working for a just outcome and not a political decision white and says new evidence needs to be considered including the documents about comments from the president's attorney Rudy guiliani saying that it was his mission Mr Giuliani's mission to dig up dirt and he was doing it at the direction the president says he believes witness testimony needs to be taken in the documents in the case considered in order to reach due process the Supreme Court is agreeing to take up a case that raises questions about the electoral college the question is whether electors are required to follow the results of the popular vote or are they free to vote as they wish the United States is always elected the president and vice president for the electoral system never directly from a popular vote more than half of the states have laws requiring electors to obey the results of the popular vote in their states and cast their ballots accordingly the jury is seated in the Harvey Weinstein trial a jury of seven men and five women has been selected to hear the evidence against Harvey Weinstein who was charged with five felony counts of rape in forcible sex assault it took nearly two weeks to choose the jury and the defense complaints that excessive publicity made fairness impossible prosecutors stressed the need for jurors to pay close attention to potentially disturbing testimony from witnesses who could be panic stricken the defense as jurors whether they could a quick one Steen even if it's not the popular verdict Erin Peters ski ABC news New York for the first time since twenty twelve Iran supremely led the Friday Muslim prayers in Tehran and he slammed president trump Arron supreme leader under fire at home for the downing of a commercial airliner went on the attack against the U. S. in his first Friday sermon in eight years Ayatollah Ali Khamenei called president trump a quote clown who put a poisonous dagger in the backs of Iranians the president publicly supported Ronnie an anti government protesters common they also implied a Ron may attack more U. S. troops in assets as he promised to force American troops out of the Middle East Giordana Miller ABC news Jerusalem in plaster county California one person was killed another person suffered a serious injury in an avalanche now the alpine meadows ski resort yeah but he's and a search rescue team of now called off the search for any other possible victims marijuana and CB research is limited by federal laws Oregon congressman break Walden says many of the products promise health benefits while there's potential for C. B. D. to provide real patient benefit the research and science lags far behind the market the agencies are struggling to catch up mom says allows me to change to allow research but he opposes the listing marijuana as a controlled substance until more research is complete Walton's energy and commerce committee is considering several bills that would allow more research into marijuana and see beauty products on Wall Street today the Dow ended the day up fifty points nasdaq.
"school teacher" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"School teacher I taught American history one of my favorite periods to teach was the reconstruction that was right after the civil war you had the south of that saw its first black Republicans voted into office and for Americans of African descent you know the Republican Party was the party of Lincoln Lincoln who freed the slaves any state that way all the way into the nineteen thirties it wasn't until after the are that we started seeing a switch and that's which occurred primarily because of the Great Depression and FDR's had a a brilliant a marketing campaign even though FDR was not done well well even for his day it was a he was a racist but he Eleanor she was not so decent up pictures of her Hey get black folks to come on over to the Democrats say plus you had the you had the big government programs that were billing people out doing a doing a poverty during the depression but whenever I used to get to teach about this period is my stood over to price what do you mean black folks used to vote for Republicans yes they were surprised when we talk about the birth of the klu Klux Klan which party supported them it was just a the military arm of the of the Democrat party all the way into the nineteen sixty the civil rights movement they were surprised to find out that it was basically Kerry by Republicans they were surprised to find out that all of the the people were not position from the clan to to that shares and dolls and that stuff where the Democrats so we got to the point where you know you reach school of the university in the seventies late seventies eighties specially this top teaching that sort of like a cognitive dissidence now was gonna one step further I saw something on MSNBC that was quite shocking you at eight AM joy joy Reid she's out there saying that Republicans have read versus direction from anti slavery origins really so it's not that easy did the Republican Party flip from being the party of Lincoln and to slavery to being pro slavery what happened they enjoy joy Reda she was a using an article from The New York Times this call Donald Trump meet your precursor it was talking about how Donald Trump is sort of like a Johnson Andrew Johnson the race is Andrew Johnson who took over office after Abraham Lincoln was assassinated in this whole thing was absolutely fascinating listen to how joy read lips this script your book is actually from The New York Times and is a vehicle dump truck meet your premier precursor about the shared the things that they have in common it's it's what most significantly both men this is trump manager job and made an undisguised championship of white supremacy the lode star of the presidency that played on the politics of racial division Johnson pedal the racist myth that southern white voters were victimized by black emancipation citizenship which became an article of faith among lost because proponents of the postwar south the irony of course is that.
"school teacher" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And that's it see they want to be here I hope you learned something my dad said those sort of things all the time I hope you've learned something my dad is very Sirius stern and and this impatient man and day as well as many other had had a hand in everything I don't have a hand in everything would be doing the dishes or something like that a data push us out of the way because when washing the forks probably one of those men I had ever had everything is everything in my life he dominated my life growing up and went to work with him on the pick from every single day me and my brothers working on the pic common and have it wasn't just a pick from he was also my school teacher and I mean a teacher at my school I mean my teacher teaching me every single day at school in this tiny little farming community as well the same every day at school as well in every night working on the pic family wasn't just my school teacher either was also the bus driver from teachers ever does drive us home and then we did it would have to work on the pick from off of that as well so only my brothers had the weekends weekends were at times offering and on Sundays me and my family would go to church that was the minister at the local church cool I have a Saturday Saturdays my response from data no you do underground the farm in rural South Australia doing Saturdays's play sports that was my football coach my possible coach my tennis coach with everything in my life is very stern Sirius an impatient man any and I remember the kid one of the things you he says never said a swear word in his entire life and we would say how this puzzled at how is this possible you've never said a swear word and have the same answer every time he said they were other would you can use and there's no need for that language and I'm getting up and walk around the back of the car at night time in the darkness and hit his shouldn't so hard on the tow bar of the comedy just dropped to his knees looked up at the moon raised his fists and just tell he'll what can we do that when he yells the.
"school teacher" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"My Sunday school teacher that. Was sitting at the tree giving me a hard time that he had beat me up So you leading oh man beat you up you know just has and me Well I couldn't tell. Him but what, what, was that I mean it wasn't a life. Saving thing it. Wasn't like hey, there's, a, fire burning no, house or, no it, was precondition I've, had, two series explaining I don't know if either. Make sense one One person told me they felt that before we came to earth we had our. Life shown to us what. Are some things we're experiencing something like that how I. Think that's reaching, I think, it was a simple case. Of pre cognizant and by that I mean The mind does appear keep. -able of on occasion giving you a, momentary momentary precise look into the rather immediate. Future you know it has happened to me only once and it's, happened to a lot of other people it seems to be an ability we have we. Cannot seem to control it. We can't call it up on demand although there are. People who claim, they can It. Just happens, it may be that oxygen deprivation at eleven thousand feet which begins about their may have. Had you in a slightly altered state I. Think what you described as pretty. Much a simple case of precondition east, of the Rockies you're on the air Hello Good morning art yes. Thank you very much for taking my call very welcome where are you in west of Philadelphia.
"school teacher" Discussed on Highly Questionable
"Pool learned that name man looks like a middle school teacher so that guy's credit he does not look like a professional with our joe joey votto because what i want to say is my right here here's my so they've cubs wouldn't let the joy going but they let these guys on the field what guy on the field that all well von that's right how did he get some of those dress new you question if the defense the surf credit for this okay we do not have the rights to world cup soccer so we can't show you anything from the world cup of big sporting events that the international globe is interested in so we go out to charleston against north carolina with our soccer coverage farside is blackout ship wanna goes this race you got cross news come on wow it is shocking that we are not in the world there is game over american soccer hopes that's how we play soccer the odds of that goes from diamond again that the final can i look at this one more time just where does the goalkeeper at any point that the goalkeeper touch the ball with anything other than his but is that something that just happened no no not yet keepers done nothing cambridge just wandering around keep her the bud save special people that it's what it's going to happen if mellow where to play soccer professionally really nuisance of memo do you question playing with tom brady's niece as great here family time with the brady's it's very competitive as niece maya is a softball player of some repute let's check in with this family dodgeball game brady play in the game and my everyone fire discuss oh in brady gets grown anymore because she's going to did somebody gets right in the face uhhuh little kids of engine that little kids sure do you know who is jealous about her arm you look it's a good joke which is the yeah school football ten yards do you know who sells so jealous of her arm alex me another parable no interceptions though do you know who is jealous arm this girl not jealous jealous oh i know this one throwing up do you know who else is jalen sofer arm who who look at these oh there there is do you question whether travis pastrana help or hurt people people's reputation i liked this guy he is an adrenalin junky he lives life big x games nitro games and he's trying to do something here that not even devil evil knievel could achieve this is a failed evil knievel jump i'm taking from the question that it didn't go well so evil what is proving to be braver eagle usually he'd been this way the greatest of all kind of overweight it just saying thinning in his grave over pitta fire compared to the great travis pastrana who did that very easily i love you're gonna daily buddy like nothing three or four.
"school teacher" Discussed on WCHS
"Hello jim i love talking to you on your show but a aide hate these conversation though i've got a couple of points first you know our hearts go out to the families and and goodness you know all that stuff it's as so sad but uh a couple of points in game one being that my daughter actually is a high school teacher but uh already i've heard on the radio and had just had to turn it off a politician i didn't get his name but they're already throwing gun control uh th th the day and age easier uh my daughter is a high school teacher in north georgia a very safe community but you just reported that supposedly this area was what uh now says the safest community in florida or something that is correct the it had been so described as the safest the in florida uh than screw up at these teachers they're gonna need to be on my my uh dad my daughters granddaddy at christmas bought or a firearm uh got her a class for uh power on safety want now she's ready she absolutely would not take a gun into the school w if it was against the law and it is but they are going to hack to arm themselves it's the nature of the beast and yes you have if it it it it's not gonna stop this but if this age one why if it saves one wipe out of those seven thing you know one.