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"senate education committee." Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

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02:18 min | 8 months ago

"senate education committee." Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"To start in earnest at the end of the month For NPR news I'm Roberto rodan and Louisville Stocks finished higher across the board on Wall Street today the Dow gained 371 points This is NPR news From W ABE E News in Atlanta I'm Jim beris her time Now four 32 how teachers talk about race in the classroom has become a flashpoint in Georgia's General Assembly Spurred by efforts around the country to prohibit critical race theory Republicans have introduced bills to ban teaching concepts concepts rather they say are racially divisive The Senate education committee held a hearing on one of those bills this week Sam greenglass reports Democratic state senator Sonya halpern says she was a kid when she learned her parents had to attend segregated schools Hovering told the committee that fact distressed her But she said history sometimes is distressing and school should help kids think critically about it Senate Bill three 77 would prohibit among other things discussions that make students feel discomfort or guilt because of their race Here's halpern asking the bill's sponsor Republican senator Beau hatchet about that If a student feels distressed by the worst elements of our country's history is that caused a strip away the school's funding The divisive concept that we're trying to prevent is for a teacher to look at a student and say because of the color of your skin you should feel discomfort You should feel guilt You should feel anguish I'm sensitive to what you're saying and we have a terrible pass in this country I'm in no way trying to prevent that from being taught Hatchet says his bill is explicit that it shouldn't be construed to ban lessons on slavery racial oppression or discrimination But senator Elena parent a Democrat says the bill would confuse teachers You may be allowed to talk about your Floyd of course However if you taught about it and you said you know he is protesting something because of the color of your skin you agree with what he's protesting That's what we're trying to prevent Wait a minute is that how is someone done that We're trying to prevent it from happening The committee says they'll hold another hearing before a vote Sam greenglass.

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"senate education committee." Discussed on Michigan Policast

Michigan Policast

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"senate education committee." Discussed on Michigan Policast

"Getting vaccinated in. It's really irresponsible. Monmouth university also has a poll that shows similar trends as the fox news Majority of americans support the mandates announced by biden last week. They also support the guidelines masking and distancing proof of vaccinations for certain activities such as boarding a plane and whatnot so I don't think the fox news poll is that far off. Meanwhile while the number of outbreaks is up twenty six percent from last week in the most total outbreaks. New outbreaks came from k. Twelve and that's disturbing over the last week. There's a ten percent jump among kids nine and under and a thirty eight percent jump in ages ten to nineteen and Of course while this going on for antitax anti mask broke. Endemic bills just passed out of the senate education committee. The chair that committee is launched twice. If you recall. She's the one who wants to check everyone's genitals before they place go sports but apparently telling you that. Your child has to wear masks during a pandemic as a government. Intrusion a lot of that. And i've misinformation from fox news as a point not lost on our friends over at the lincoln project..

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KDWN 720AM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"senate education committee." Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Las Vegas off Beasley Media Group Station. It's news time on the new 1015 FS. 7:20 a.m. k d. W n Good morning. John Schaefer, the entertainment capital of the country, continues to struggle with getting people back to work. Las Vegas had the highest unemployment rate among large metropolitan areas in December. Job officials say the spike had to do with the fact our main economic drivers, hospitality and entertainment have been hit hard. A recent report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that in December, Las Vegas had the highest unemployment rate of any large metro in the country. At 10.4%. Clark County School District Superintendent Doctor Hey Soos Jar appeared via video before the state Senate Education Committee. Wanted an update on how students are faring in this unusual year. I'm gonna take the data was not problem soon. Right now it's a little bit. Our absentee rate is one of the Thailand with past the nation's fifth largest school district plans to reopen March 1st for pre K through third grade with a hybrid plan two days in class three days online that gives parents the option of keeping their Children home five days if they want. 45 year old Nevada man faces a federal weapons charge after he was arrested in Henderson executive airport, flat in a ballistic vest and carrying a handgun and a machete. Batory hues of Las Vegas was arrested January 30th after trying to enter a business at the airport. He was allegedly had a handgun, high capacity ammunition, magazines, swords, a smoke, grenade, gas masks and other items in a car use was banned in 2012 in New Orleans from possessing firearms. Donald Trump Senate impeachment trial will open with a question over whether it should even happen. The Senate will spend four hours debating whether it's constitutional to try a president who has left office. With Texas Republican John Cornyn, reminding everybody it's now ex President Trump a private.

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"senate education committee." Discussed on KCRW

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04:36 min | 1 year ago

"senate education committee." Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington and I'm Elsa Chang In Los Angeles. President Biden's nominee to be secretary of education, took questions from lawmakers today. Miguel Cardona told the Senate Education Committee that he knows the stakes could not be higher for the next secretary. We're here today in the midst of one of the most challenging school years in American history. For far too many of our students this year has piled on crisis after crisis. This was Cardona's first big moment in the national spotlight. NPR's Cory Turner was watching and joins us Now. He, Corey. Ailsa. Hey, So remind us real quick. How Miguel Cardona got to this moment. Yes. So most recently, he was Connecticut State education commissioner. It's the past year and a half. Before that. He lived and worked as a public school educator in the town where he grew up. His parents moved from Puerto Rico to married in Connecticut. It's an old factory town since starting there as 1/4 grade teacher, he has worked really at every level of education. As a teacher of principle and assistant superintendent and finally as a state education leader. Wow well with such a closely divided Senate. I'm curious. What was the reception like for Cardona? Well, first off, Cardona himself came in really pleading for unity. Here's what he told lawmakers in his opening remarks as a sane and Spanish goes along young Estella Forsa in unity, There is strength. And that set the tone for what was generally a pretty friendly and at times admiring hearing the ranking Republican Richard Burr called Cardona eminently qualified. He encouraged his colleagues to support him. It was really only one tense moment. Also when Kentucky Republican Rand Paul asked Cardona if he supported this Connecticut policy that allows transgender students to participate in sports based on their gender identity. Cardona said repeatedly that it would be his job to protect the rights of all students. Here's Senator Paul So you don't have a problem that was boys running in the girl's track made to meet name it. You're okay then, with boys competing with girls. Respectfully, Senator, I think I answered the question. I believe schools should offer the opportunity for students to engage in extracurricular activities. Even if they're transgender, I think that's their right. It's also worth noting else that two other Republican senators, including Mitt Romney, also voiced frustration with Cardona's position on this issue. Well, President Biden has promised to get schools reopened in his 1st 100 days in office. What did card don't know, have to say about that promise his ability to ensure that promise. Yeah, well, he started by pledging to work with the CDC to give school leaders really concrete, science driven guidance on how to reopen safely. He also said he would help schools build capacity to do surveillance testing lots of places. They're not doing much any of that. He said all teachers should be prioritized for vaccination. He's also said you know, long before today that he believes close schools are further widening longstanding educational equity gaps, which is one reason why he pushed hard in Connecticut for schools to reopen. In fact, if you Look at that state. Roughly half of the district's there were offering largely fully in person school as of the third week of January. What about student loan debt? Biden has also signaled possible action on student loan debt. Did anything come up about Forgiveness a federal student loans Yeah, it did on. It all revolved really around how it could be done because there's debate whether the head secretary has the authority to just forgive that unilaterally or if it has to go through Congress, so Republicans made clear today. This is not something they want to see done unilaterally. While Democrats led by Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts, they pushed the other way, saying, You know, he has an obligation to do this. Cardona, for his part, said forgiveness is a priority, but that he'd like to work with Congress. That's NPR's Cory Turner. Thank you, Corey. You're welcome Outside. It's been two weeks since Vice President Kamila Harris became the first woman and first woman of color to hold that office as NPR. White House correspondent Scott de Troll reports for all the barriers Harris broke for the moment our vice presidency looks a lot like those that came before her. In her first two weeks on the job. Vice President Harris has been seen standing with President Biden as he signs orders and swearing in new Cabinet members. You raise your right hand. Hi, Peter booted edge. I'm Peter.

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"senate education committee." Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"senate education committee." Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Compassion International. The Senate Education Committee, having their confirmation hearing for Miguel Cardona for secretary of Education. Senator Richard Burr, the ranking member of the committee, says the pandemic has led to learning in schools being far behind over 19 related school closures have led to significant learning loss and we need to get caught up. Help all our students, the United States joining Russia and extending the last remaining nuclear arms treaty between the two countries. The announcement by Secretary of State Anthony Blinken comes two days before the pact limiting strategic nuclear weapons was due to expire on Wall Street. This now or the Dow's down 38 points the S and P 500 up for the NASDAQ up eight. It's a new year. But for kids in poverty around the world things they're still desperate. Join compassion with your one time $40 give to provide a covert relief kid to a family in poverty. Text the word Give 283393 That's give 283393 couples may l traffic and weather here. Steve Hirschorn in the deed Carpet cleaning Traffic center. I 95 South bound in Stafford County, Virginia, was the guard whale repair after yesterday's accident afterward, 17 before the Rappahannock River Bridge left Lane. Closed and delays down from center Port Parkway scheduled We picked up a noon around the Beltway is slow stretch now in Maryland, Inner Loop South found 95 4 95 joint Base, Andrews and Route five Broken down vehicles right in the center of the roadway. Outer Loop ramp to go west on 66 partially blocked with roadwork. Rockville accident Wouldn't Parkway at 3 55 Now from Garage Door repaired calm The W M A L Storm Watch seven forecast Partly cloudy, windy today High 42 clear skies Tonight Low 27 It's 34 in Kensington thirties. Six right now, with Reagan National. I'm a really fun Washington Small doubled you May l celebrate the 55th edition of the big game with exclusive 55 to 1 Odds on Fanjuls Fourth book. Sincere. And if you've never tried Fanduel before, new users can bet on either team and get 55 to 1 odds when Tampa Bay plays Kansas City, That's right. You can bet $5 and win $275 if you pick the winner of the big game on February 7th. I've been betting football on Fanduel and I love How easy to use it is..

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"senate education committee." Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"senate education committee." Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Hear a 39 on knsd. Am 7 92 sons Most stimulating talk. Thank you so much for hanging out. Three things. I think you need to know number one again. I'll tell you a really good news. And people are mad and they get involved. We're getting our way We got to keep on fighting. That state rep we had on yesterday. Joseph chaplain who wrote the bill introduced in 21 co sponsors, ending the requirement that business is being a mass police. Not making them enforce the mask mandate, letting the you know get up to the business owner themselves. What a concept right what a concept. Holy smokes. Um Apparently Rusty Bowers and of all people, Rusty Bowers. Gave the okay to put that on the Commerce Committee, where I believe every member of the Commerce Committee was a co sponsor, So it's going to sail right through the Commerce Committee the house and go to the full house for a vote into the Senate. So this is going this is going really fast, really fast, which is great, great great news. Second thing that I think you need to know we've had even a bigger drop. I have been able to the math yet because if we do a lot of stuff here, but we dropped for China Virus patients another. Ah, 100 looks like And we don't if we were at 36 54 now it under 34 56. So, um, what is that about 100 or so or 200? I mean, it's it's a lot. We'll get the math coming up, but we have major drop, so it's gonna be well over the 31% drop in hospitalizations there and the ICU beds. Um they have they crept back up from 9 50 49 55. So it's still about a 20% drops. It's January 11th third thing I think you need to know. Star. The Senate Education Committee passed a bill 14 52 party line vote. Basically, it's going to make it easier for almost every student in Arizona most every child to be part of the Arizona education. Um, the empowerment academic scholarship. Impairment scholarship counselor Yes. Am Perriman Scholarship account and even take school district's money from the school district's giving it to the kid to help the families pay for private school, taking money they would go to teachers for raises. And instead of giving the teachers that money from prop the real one. It would go to students, which is great right on, help them pay for whatever private school they want to go to cause public schools failed. It's phenomenal stuff. Three things I think you need to know. Now there's mortgage going on, by the way, Uh, Shockingly enough Do surfers, buddies and again It's a Republican majority. But they're a bunch of McKay night Do, sir for rhinos on the Arizona America and on the American but County Board of Supervisors They went back on their word, and they're not playing nice and not turning over anything to the Arizona Senate. So they could have the ballots and the Dominion voting machines. Be forensically audited. There did where they They said No. We are not doing anything. We're not meeting your demands. We are done with it. Just just insane. On Now. We have one guy State Senator Warren Peterson, who actually tweeted out that there are serious legal consequences, he said. It's it's truly unfortunate. Maricopa County's refused to comply with the subpoena and allowed the Senate to conduct a forensic audit of the election. There is no legal consequence if they allow us Access to the machines and balance. However, there are serious legal consequences for failing to comply with the subpoena, including arrests and misdemeanor charge. Roman Roman jail, throw him in jail That's what needs to happen. So there is a great because people are involved more than ever before this lady Cathy is with the Voter Integrity group. And she's all about this because this is not just a Maricopa County thing They used to mean you voting machines up there. But this is trying to make sure voting is clean for the whole state of Arizona. And you know what For? These guys need to be held in contempt. And Kathy has an update on that is she's working with the Voter Integrity group. That's people based all over Arizona. Kathy Thank you for calling it. Thank you, Garrett. E just wanted to let everybody know that they're going to be taking a vote on the contempt, uh, to find them in contempt the Board of Supervisors so that they can actually do the arrests and throw him in jail and do the legal consequences against them. And in order for this to pass, it has to be 100 has to be just a majority vote. But that means 100%, meaning all six And Republican senators need to vote for this. And we're kind of tracking that. There might be about approximately five that our little wishy washy three, maybe no votes, and we need everybody to flood their emails. To to call their senators all their senators, and they need to make sure that they let them know that we want the truth. Whatever that truth is, But we want the truth. We want a forensic audit, and these people should not be allowed to stand in the way of the nation and the state. I'm a retired military and I did not serve my country for them to just throw it down the tubes and say no. I don't understand what they're trying to hide, but they're more than try to hide it. It means there's something there. So you're you're right. I mean, and and these people America to County board of Supervisors there old, you know, do sees bodies. They're trying. They're trying to stick their neck out for do Si Do Si knows what's going on. I think there is gonna be major fraud and major people involved in this and that's why they're trying T avoid this. And Karen fan has always played footsie with the governor and covered for him. And you wrote. You said there are five holdouts. One of them is state Senator Vince Leech. We'll get to that. Rick Gray Senator Gray State Senator Paul Boyer, who did a great thing with this Senate, Bill 14 52, but he better do the right thing here. State Senator TJ Shope. TJ Shope is his thing. I've heard he's wishy washy a long time. And then, of course, Karen Fan So call them all but definitely lows. Five. And you could just go too easy ledges. E l e g dot gov slash member roster.

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"senate education committee." Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"senate education committee." Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"In this not Congress. That's Texas Senator John Cornyn, who opposes the Senate impeachment trial. Cornyn is not alone in his thinking. North Carolina's Thom Tillis agrees and notes. The current battle between the party's establishment and populous wings are old hat. You know, I think that discussion's been going on since 18 54 when the GOP was Established. You have that discussion every year. It's a perennial discussion. There's some valid arguments, and sometimes I think it's just muscle memory. Republicans do not expect the president to be convicted in the Senate impeachment trial, but say even as the party six with him now, over time, voters will have the last word clotting. Dese Ellis NPR NEWS, the Capitol. Tomorrow. The Senate Education Committee will have a lot of questions for me, Gail Cardona. They'll be considering his nomination to be the next secretary of education, and he will no doubt be asked about school choice, closing opportunity gaps and most critically. How to help America's schools Reopen. It will be Cardona's first big moment in the national spotlight. Here's NPR's Cory Turner with a quick primer on the former fourth grade teacher. Let's start with the man in his own words when he accepted the head secretary nomination, and I Being bilingual and by cultural and as American as apple pie and rice and beans. Cardona's biggest job to date was as Connecticut's education commissioner for just the past year and a half before that, he'd spent his entire career as a public school educator in married in Connecticut, Far from the politics of Washington. Marilyn is a small urban district. We have 12 schools 8500 students, But our Central office core leadership teams about six individuals, so mark the me is superintendent of Merit in schools. He hired Miguel Cardona in 2013 to join that small team after Cardona had served as a teacher and principal Benik knee, says he and Cardona both grew up in the old factory town of about 60,000. Where three quarters of district students qualify for free or low cost meals. Neither our parents can't much you know, I grew up in a third floor apartment. He grew up in projects. This system mattered to us on a deep, deep level. I mean, not only help to raise us, but it also is where our own Children go. Cardona grew up in public housing two parents from Puerto Rico like many families and married him, he attended a local trade high school and studied automotive tech. But when he went to college, he decided to focus not on cars but kids and became 1/4 grade teacher. I remember one time I was kind of struggling with school. You know, I wasn't really doing what I needed to do. Chris Garcia was one of Mr Cardona is very first students in marriage in he spoke into me. He was like, you know, Chris, you're a young Hispanic man. And do not let any obstacle. Stop you Whatever you want to. Do you condone you. A few years later, when Garcia was having trouble again, his mom sent him to a neighborhood homework club. Well, guess who's there? Mr Cardona In fourth grade, Karla Rodriguez says her passion was singing. So Mr Cardona encouraged her to sing in front of the whole class. Even years later in high school, she remembers taking the stage at a talent show. And I hear my name Go. Carla and I look over and he's right there, and I would always know he was there because I could hear him like he was not shy. You would always hear him in the crowd. 27 Cardona became the youngest principal in Connecticut later as a district leader. He was known for his ability to find consensus, says Erin Benham, the former head of the marriage and teachers union. Like you're not gonna get someone screaming and yelling. That's not Miguel. I don't think I've ever Never seen him scream when Samuel runs the Connecticut parents union and says her daughter had a bullying issue and married him when Miguel Cardona was assistant superintendent. L am a girl said. This just should not be happening. We got some serious stuff going on, and that's one of his strengths. Samuel says he was parent friendly and responded quickly but that his plan ultimately did not work for her. And Samuel worries that Cardona is so willing to find consensus and so new to national politics that she doesn't know what he stands for. If you wanted to heal the nation, he's going to be great for that. Where you might get in trouble. Where he realizes he is letting kids is is when he starts to make some of these decisions because he will have to find his voice. Since it was Cardona, who helped Karla Rodriguez find her voice back and fourth grade. I asked her Does she worry if he's ready for the politics of Washington? I do worry because his heart is pure. He's one of the best people I've ever met, but she's also thrilled. Says. This time when he takes the big stage, she'll be the one cheering loudly. Cory Turner NPR news This'd is NPR news. Coming up next on 90.3 K a Z you and streaming at Kay's ew dot org's is marketplace. Good evening. I'm Erica Mahoney, now for a weather update from the National Weather Service. Mostly cloudy skies and Monterey tonight a slight chance of rain and Carmel Valley mainly before 8 p.m.. And then partly cloudy tonight in Santa Cruz. The low will be in the upper thirties. Too. Low forties. Slight chance of rain tomorrow mainly after 10 a.m. Otherwise mostly sunny and the high will be in the mid fifties tomorrow. The time now is 5 30? This is 90.3 K A Z you marketplace is next. Marketplace is supported by GDP, helping transform supply chains with strategy services and software, including GDP, Smart ngp next AI based digital.

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"senate education committee." Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"senate education committee." Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Morning News 35. It's been a year of remote learning for most K through 12 students in the state and Carrie is Hannah Scott tells us about some of the efforts of Olympia to make up for all those lost class days. Well, some students have excelled in the remote learning atmosphere. Many have not facing significant learning loss. State lawmakers are working on a few things to help address that, including the creation of a pilot program that would allow district to create a bridge here for high school students due to graduate this year or next. Who've been hit particularly hard to provide for a meaningful in fulfilling high school experience for all students, so they don't feel well because of the pandemic. I didn't get to do this, so I didn't get to do that. And so provide those opportunities. Democratic Senator Sam Hunt, the prime sponsor, a student who receives a deer and F this year during the pandemic, could take that course over again. And have that great expunged if he or she gets a better grade right now, if you do that, you're Four. Great still shows on your high school transcript, and it's replaced or matched by by the higher grade. And this would just say if you've got if you got a D in Washington state history And took it over again and got to be then the B would replace the D and would make that record intact. So that's that's one of the goals of this is based on a similar program in New Jersey and during a recent Senate committee hearing as something that has the potential to really fill a need, and that has been Just the challenges of Cove it and the experience that so many have had and are looking at most learning loss and emotional stability of getting kids so that they're ready to go on to that next step and coming from the one place where we know they're going to be able to get the most support. Assed part of their environment. Democratic Senator Lisa Well Man believes this could really help students facing uncertain prospects. I was devastated to hear that one of our high schools had 33 students commit suicide since December, and I think when I hear from teenagers s so many of them are just having a really, really hard time. We know in many places the younger kids they're going back because those early learning years or so important, but many of the Of the genes are seeing that they'll be in virtual mode for the rest of the season, so not going into an economy that's unsure where jobs may not be available for those students. We don't want to lose them, and this may be something that gives them a little extra time to Mature, just settle in and and to be ready to go out with perhaps a little more You know, in their briefcase, student athletes would be able to also take part in another year of athletics. But Hunt admits that's a work in progress, certainly going to work with the Washington Scholastic Activities Association. They have expressed concern in this in the I will be working with him to make sure that we try toe make this fit with what Debbie I A does because it has some pretty broad authority to Grant waivers and things like that. So we want to make it fulfilling for the student but not not overburdening for them or create loopholes for high school graduates come back and play against ninth graders. So to speak. Another bill making its way through the Legislature is for a year round school pilot program. Now is the time following this pandemic to think big about reforming our educational system and to get serious about addressing the learning loss of our students. The bipartisan bill led by Republican Senate Brad Hawkins. I hope this bill encourages my colleagues in the Legislature and school District's to consider some transformational reforms. And I'm hopeful that we'll have some thoughtful discussions and debate about the bill. Definitely think our students deserve that would allow up to 30 School District's to voluntarily start this pilot program with the hope of expanding it out further down the line. The bill's already cleared the Senate Education Committee and continues to move through the Legislature. All right. Who's Hannah Scott? Which takes a state 39 Chris you traffic headline, heaviest, slowing four or five North down, continuing up through Newcastle. I'll tell you about it Next. This is car radio coronavirus. Local impact. Here is how it's affecting you. According to Washington Senator Patty Murray, those $1400 covert relief checks or at least a month away. That is a fast track for a timeline because in order to get this passed, remember we are in a 50 57 Marie tells Cairo seven TV of Republicans blocked passage of the really Bill, the Democrats will try to pass it through in budget reconciliation. But, she says that's a challenging procedure that takes time. Cairo radio here for what's next New Year's resolutions come and go, So your business needs more than that.

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"senate education committee." Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"senate education committee." Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Independent Miku, don't you also don't want 50% of parents saying they need but cannot easily access behavioral health care, given the stresses were under so I could go down the list of our services. The point is in a pandemic. You need all these services they they have to exist. People can't go into quarantine unless they can be guaranteed food security programs. And housing security programs, If indeed there, struggling with work and or livelihood, so all these services connect, and so we really see what we're doing is an integral part of pandemic preventions. And so we are finding Maura and more people calling us and wanting to get engaged, so we don't lack for People. We we were actually we actually lack for capacity. But likely we have Senator sold to them the Senate and has a bill SB 30 to help us Really cool. Hey, is now the chair. Maybe has been Or maybe it just is your chair of the Senate Education Committee. Yeah, is that he's been a leader and in that arena for a long, long time, and I think that's why he became our champion, and that he fully understood that until we a draft aces and childhood trauma and social adversity. Kids won't do well in public school. They just won't. So so he's on board and other people on board. We've got a Senate bill. We've got a more senators and representatives eager to support us. So We're always cautiously optimistic as anyone is going to the session, But, um, we've got all our fingers crossed, and it's all systems go with with our with our wonderful home base, New Mexico State University All right, and people saying, What did they just say? The kids cannot. Kids cannot succeed in probably school. Here's the deal. If the kid is sitting there, third grader third grade girls sitting there And thinking about how hungry she is. She didn't get her homework done because the home situation that there's domestic violence going on drug abuse going on that there are all these kind of things and He lives in a really a fluent community. She's not living, you know, in in a poor part of the town of port part of the state, uh, they're not going to pay attention to anything that teacher says. I mean, that's what we're dealing with here in New Mexico. 17 minutes have three o'clock back with Dr Katherine Courtney and Dominic.

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03:44 min | 1 year ago

"senate education committee." Discussed on KOMO

"Dorsey Financial aid There will also be AH lot of restrictions lifted on students who Had prior drug convictions from receiving aid as well as providing more pell grants grants that are four need for the neediest students to prison inmates. This is something that the government did for years, but there was a band put in place in the 1994 crime bill that prohibited it. Uh, administration previous administration. Actually, Obama administration had tried to will find a way around it with a pilot program. Trump expanded it Now we're seeing an end to that band in total. I was in college right at the beginning of the great recession. And if judging from my classmates is any indication, family finances were changing really quickly in those days, I imagine that's the case is well today. How many more people are going to be able to qualify for really significant chunks of federal student aid? Even if they don't get the maximum? So we're seeing estimates right now. Lawmakers were saying that at least another 555,000 students may be eligible for a Pell Grant awards, which provide a little over $6000 Max to students. And then at least an additional 1.7 million students may qualify for that maximum award, so it's pretty significant. These changes are in terms of what it could mean for The lowest income students or students from low income families and those who are most vulnerable as a result of this recession. Senator Patty Murray from our state is the ranking Democrat on the Senate Education Committee, and she put her support behind these changes. But as you report she wants, Ah, comprehensive update of the higher Education Act. What would that mean for students and families? What's her goal here? A belief that Senator Murray is trying to really codify into law. Some of the higher education reforms that both sides would like to see in terms of more additional grant aid to, uh, the neediest students by doubling the Pell Grant, for instance, as well as some reforms that would hold schools accountable when they are not serving the best interests of their students, so all of that would have to come through a far more comprehensive package in Congress. Which there has been a delay. I mean, there's it's been almost 12 years since the last update of the Higher Education Act, and there's a lot of uncertainty as to whether we'll see it another attempt in this in the next Congress. But for now, these changes that are attached to the stimulus funding bill are perhaps the most, um most progressive movement towards the sorts of reforms that could really help students and families afford college. And actually stay in college and get a degree. And finally, how has the pandemic affected college enrollment? I are more people taking a gap year or just not going back after summer or winter break. So right now, Enrollment for the fall is down about think 2.5% overall. But freshman enrollment is down, particularly and community colleges are seeing and a huge decline about 10% in enrollment. Now, some of this, maybe students taking a gap year but for a lot of low income students, that's just not a part of their calculation if they're out of school They're trying to find a job in order to support their families more often than not, And oftentimes by not going directly from high school to college. It is pretty unlikely that they'll be able to reenter at other points. Not that it's impossible, but the chances Just kind of our diminished as time goes by, and people work more. Daniel Douglas Gabriel with us on coma News Education reporter for The Washington Post, and you can always find her coverage online at Washington post dot com. Daniel. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Come on his time. 1 40 Now time for our sports Update from the beacon Plumbing. Sports.

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"senate education committee." Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"senate education committee." Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Well, yeah, the reason why the reason why these organizations are so popular social media is the right move the social media because we couldn't get a break in the traditional media. Now they want to get rid of us there too, Because they don't want complete domination. I would have to take note of one thing that has, I think a certain cause ality to all of this, And that is the extent to which ah State legislatures continue to fund universities, which teach this kind of nonsense and not only teach it but teach it using your tax dollars. And I, for the life of me. I never understood why every chair of Ah State House Education Committee and State Senate Education Committee has not dragged these deans and chancers of universities in and demanded reform. If they want to see one penny of state tax money. I mean, I understand that the politicians could be cowards. This is a way to do good public policy and gained boats. And for the life of me, I don't see how this has not been done. Well, boy, while we agree on that one, you basically the major levers of power in this country. Education news media entertained media. And government are all controlled by the left. I was making this point. They're friend of you. She's very liberal, and she said America systemically racist. I said, Well, if that's the case, you guys own it because you can't control the entire American culture. You control the media. You control the news. You control education on you control government. If America if you think America's racist, you got to point the finger at yourself. Get out. A zero to a call here I would point out Keep in mind the fact that that state legislatures control the vast bulk of education in this country. There is a federal presence and many find it intrusive. But basically this is a state issue. It still is that for the money comes from the finance, good, old, enormous Day University and that big football stadium And I guarantee you that you could make reform here I granted for a couple of generations. It's too late. They've already been. I think pretty much lost, but and we should have is a long time ago, but it's never too late. Chris in Longview, Texas. So what? We do not have Chris in Longview, Texas. Well, all right, Then, In that case, we'll just pause briefly, and we'll be back in just a moment..

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WIBC 93.1FM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"senate education committee." Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Are fighting back. Partly cloudy and 80 degrees becoming mostly clear tonight mostly sunny and warmer tomorrow. I'm staying. Lear. Here's what's trending at 3 30 The ranking Democrat on the Indiana Senate Education Committee says Republicans are reneging on a promise to protect schools from Corona virus losses. Senator any melted if Gary says he has shocked and appalled by Senate president Rod Brace, warning that school's choosing the learning over in person classes could get a 15% funding reduction. At least 2821 Hoosiers have died with Corona virus, including 10 reported today. Members of Congress are calling on the U. S. Postal Service to reverse in early July rule that could slow down mail in ballots boxes marked MEREDITH Earlier this summer, The Post Office decided to impose some new changes, cutting some employees over time. They also created some new rules toehold late mail an additional day. Lawmakers say there now worried those changes could create even more problems come November. When millions of Americans are expected to vote by mail because of the pandemic, 84 House members writing a letter and they say, quote, eliminating overtime and directing postal workers to leave mail on the floor of postal facilities will erode confidence in the postal Service and drive customers away resulted in even worse financial conditions in the future. Tic TAC is threatening legal action over President Trump's executive order to ban the Chinese social media APP from doing business in the US The platform says it is shocked by the move and claims it undermines the rule of law. Two men from India have been caught with nearly £7 of heroin. Charlotte, Evelyn. Reports Domingo Ribeiro and Juan Flores were caught during a traffic stop in Maryland. At first Rob Lareau gave police a fake name suspicious. The officer used a canine who found heroin packages in the glove box under a seat cushion and in the centre console. Police also found $46,000 in several plastic bags and all police say the drugs were worth $150,000. Both men now face up to 34 years. In prison Child Kabbalah 93 W I B C Mobile news you are one minute away from traffic and whether it's free. Get all the quality parts you need Your locally owns Napa, because right now, when you order from Napa Online, you can pick up curbside your local store in just 30 minutes. Or get your order.

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KCRW

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"senate education committee." Discussed on KCRW

"They did for gender identity ten years old he's I know one month later the things yeah the news why does teaching sexual orientation at nine years old ten years old why does that bug you for the H. I. ten before the cameras in the H. the most important to understand themselves tool to match it to complicate information tool to ten years okay these not I'd age appropriate which are very concerned about their children obviously we have a right to be but then you know if you talk to administrators if you talk to the people who are behind the curriculum what did they say about this this is important for children to know because of the repercussions that's true that is a big argument that the politicians are making as far as the administrators and this is a big frustration of parents it's actually really hard to find out I think I tried maybe half a dozen districts trying to get comments from them and they were either saying nobody was available in the month long window I had for this story or they just plain said no to talking really yes I only actually got one statement was from LA U. S. C. they just said that they have a long history of providing comprehensive health education and they will their work as a model for the country but that's it in terms of politicians Connie Leiva she leads the state Senate Education Committee you heard the protesters outside our office before she wouldn't comment to me either but there is sound of her during a public hearing where they were debating sex at last month and the residents there got pretty upset as a mother of twenty seven year old twin daughters who had sex education and public schools I did not feel that it was not age appropriate I had the opportunity as a parent to review the material if I went into the school and ask for it which I believe all parents have that right now there's nothing in there that is not age appropriate if.

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KTOK

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"senate education committee." Discussed on KTOK

"Form is inspired are native heritage reflects earth sky water agriculture in force we have twelve different ecosystems and say under the word Oklahoma's the tagline imagine that Patel says is just the beginning of the state's transformation a trial is underway in Tulsa county District Court for a former broken Erro teacher accused of molesting female students fifty five year old Edward Hodge was a fifth grade teacher at aspen creek elementary school in broken arrow he was arrested in two thousand eighteen and later resigned he has pleaded not guilty a bill passed Tuesday by the state Senate Education Committee would direct all school boards in the state to provide EMS services at all school athletic events and activities the author of the bill is Republican rob Standridge of Norman he says there should never be a question if an ambulance or doctor will make it in time to tend to an injury at a school athletic event he says the bill could possibly save lives a big fine for the state's largest virtual charter school here's Jacquelyn Scott the state department of education is finding epic five hundred thirty thousand five hundred twenty seven dollars that will be subtracted from state monies appropriated for the school state education officials say epic overspent the limits allowed for administrative costs by more than five and a half percent Oklahoma school districts with more than fifteen hundred students are required to keep costs for administrative services at no more than five percent of their budget at stake is blaming a coding error for the overspending presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders is headed back to Nevada fresh off his win in New Hampshire there were Monsanto there will hold a rally on Sunday for the start of early voting the democratic candidates are also focusing on South Carolina which is the last state to both this month before super Tuesday from the news radio one thousand Katie okay weather center and the four warn storm team cloudy with drizzle today and a high of forty two clear and very cold tonight dropping down to a low of twenty two and then Sonny on Thursday and.

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"senate education committee." Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"senate education committee." Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"From also top of the new north American trade deal and the first phase of a trade accord with China the president is expected to announce a new school safety measure this afternoon while meeting with many of the park when family members MST dad Ryan petty confirms the announcement will be associated with recommendations from the federal school safety commission fellow parkland dad mac Schachter testified last summer in front of the Senate homeland security committee that all schools should have access to federal school safety best practices all of the hundred and thirty nine thousand K. through twelve schools in this country each principle has to now become an expert in door locks access control cameras it cetera right get Berg who lost his daughter in the tragedy was not invited last week he was escorted out of the state of the union after yelling at the president Eric Rodriguez news radio six ten WYO detailed voters could soon have an opportunity to limit the number of years people serve on local school boards the Senate Education Committee today hearing a proposed constitutional amendment that aims to put a cap of eight years on the school board members across the state state representative Matt will hide co sponsor the house companion bill that's waiting for a floor vote I have eight years the Florida house and a lot of you know minutes for county officials haven't so we want to just put them on parity with everybody else and of the people decide you know who they want and after that time as well the amendment would require voter of rueful floor lawmakers are praising the president for including two hundred fifty million dollars for Florida ecosystem restoration and is twenty twenty one budget proposal the governor rod Disentis recently sent a letter to president trump requesting the funds to build on last year's Everglades restoration funding senator Rick Scott congressman Mario Diaz blart also plotting the president were including the upgraded funding in his proposed spending plan news is brought to you by the Perry financial group stopped gambling with your retirement funds markets are trading higher Dow Jones industrial average up fifty five points but two tenths of one percent twenty nine thousand one fifty nine the nasdaq up six tenths of one percent sixty one points S. and P. five hundred up ten points about a third of a percent on the day so far for more news listen to the.

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"senate education committee." Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"senate education committee." Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"The house managers prepared to read the articles of impeachment against the president a government agency says president trump violated federal law by delaying military aid to Ukraine White House White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy has the story the government accountability office congress' nonpartisan watchdog agency finds the president was obligated to spend the Ukraine aid because it'd been appropriated by lawmakers geo's legal finding says in withholding the aid for months last summer Mr trump made a policy decision not allowed under the impoundment control act in Frankfort today there are several committee meetings but we don't expect votes on any high profile bills the Senate Education Committee will get an update on the twenty nineteen school safety act your next news update at twelve o'clock hi Paul miles news radio eight forty W. H. A. S. Kentucky N. as breaking news weather and traffic station this is news radio wait forty WHAS available everywhere with the I heart radio at now number one for podcasting newsradio wait forty WHAS and I heart radio station financial group talks about time share cancellation they **** it up everybody that has been allowed to when buying a time share I would put the honest truth they as I can and those are telling you that they can without knowing the specifics of your time sure well they're lying to but if you were misled when buying a time share if.

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"senate education committee." Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"senate education committee." Discussed on 550 KFYI

"A hearing for a bill banning sex education before the seventh grade is already getting delayed in the Arizona Senate Republican state senator Sylvia Allen's bill because heated debate last week because along with the sex ed band before middle school the legislation also removed homosexuality from the definition of sexual conduct that could be discussed she said her bill was misinterpreted Allen chairs the Senate Education Committee and had scheduled a hearing for S. B. ten eighty two for today the hearing has been scrapped as Alan revises her bill before it's hurting committee break Paul five fifty K. F. Y. I. news thank you Greg group called moms demand action one a law in Arizona that would take fire arms out of the hands of anyone convicted of domestic violence the group says anyone with a domestic violence conviction or a protective restraining order should be banned from buying a gun if a person already has firearms I want them to be required to turn them in if convicted I look at your money we've got the Dow is down thirteen points at the moment over traffic we go eight blocks detail on the roadways looking well very busy loop one oh one north found from ray road all the way up through Indian school is running slow two oh two west brown red mountain between all the school over a priest is slower than forty a street over to twenty four street also dragon log stop and go on the U. S. sixty west bound for McClintock over the I ten state route fifty one south bound between Glendale to pass Thomas's slow on a ten east brown ninety First Avenue in the seventh street is slow next traffic that's coming up at eight fifteen Steve Kroft five fifty Hey FYI this report is sponsored by all state with an Allstate agent you get a local expert and help finding the best.

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