35 Burst results for "Special Schools"

Thousands Rally in Sydney to Protest Sexual Violence

BBC Weekend

00:50 sec | 6 hrs ago

Thousands Rally in Sydney to Protest Sexual Violence

"School and university students in Australia have taken part in an anti sexism rally and Sydney protesting against what they say is a culture of rape Ingrained in Australian society. The event follows recent allegations of sexual misconduct in parliament. From Sydney Film s reports. Protesters have accused the Australian government of ignoring an epidemic of sexual violence. Demonstrators in Sydney led by a group of teenage high school students. Have called for sexist politicians to be expelled from parliament. Nationwide campaign against misogyny and sexism was ignited by claims that a female staff member was raped by a colleague in a ministerial office in camera. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said he was shocked and appalled by the

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Northwestern Students, Faculty Protest

John Williams

00:43 sec | 6 hrs ago

Northwestern Students, Faculty Protest

"University, is facing backlash over its pick of Mike Polis Key to be the school's new athletic director. He's been the deputy athletic director since 2010 and he was named as a defendant in the federal sexual harassment lawsuit filed by a former tribute earlier this year. We get more from WGN's Kelly Davis. He's one of four people cited in a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by Northwestern Cheerleader Hate and Richardson. Sr says cheerleaders were sexually exploited and claims that the school ignored her complaints. She specifically states that Phyllis Key accused her of fabricating evidence. Six female faculty members sent an open letter demanding greater transparency, transparency. And they led a protest outside the university president's home yesterday.

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COVID-19 Spreading Like 'Wildfire' in India

UN News

01:08 min | 22 hrs ago

COVID-19 Spreading Like 'Wildfire' in India

"A new wave of covid nineteen infections is spreading like wildfire across india. Leaving many youngsters destitute. The un children's fund unicef said on friday in the last twenty four hours india registered nearly four thousand coronavirus deaths and over four hundred and fourteen thousand cases the highest daily count recorded by any country in the history of the covid nineteen pandemic said yasmine alley hack unicef representative in india. The impact on children has been dire- she said highlighting the increased risk violence as lockdowns of closed the usual places of protection for youngsters such as school. We anthing yet any indication that the proportion is any difference what we saw in the first wave however the numbers of far greater. We've seen the virus entering a household just one member of the household to be affected and it seems to spread like wildfire throughout the family has also been a spike in illegal adoption please on internet platforms by families desperate to find homes for orphaned relatives. The un officials said in a call to promote family tracing and speedy a help for vulnerable families

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CrossFit Athlete Annie Thorisdottir On Body Acceptance & Handling Negative Feedback

Hurdle

01:56 min | 1 d ago

CrossFit Athlete Annie Thorisdottir On Body Acceptance & Handling Negative Feedback

"Always got the question. Like so How is said having so much muscle being a girl this agent having so much muscle like how was it at home and the funny thing was i had never really thought about it. I never gotten the question here at home in iceland. How was it to have that much muscle being girl. But i got that question multiple locations in the us and that question continue to rise up and that guppy thinking how is it to be a girl having so much muscle like it. Never been an issue for me or anything obviously sometimes went up put on address and i was in high school a six pack sean throws like all different like Maybe i wish i wouldn't have that. But then a few minutes later is like i don't care are it's my body and i worked really hard for it under a sweat. It s like. I can't really i. I was almost born with us. Expect i guess I can really change it. it was something obviously. Obviously i've had some there some things that i've wanted to change on my body and i think every single woman has had that probably menace while but i think we criticize our bodies and ourselves more than men do so interesting to hear. You say like yeah. There was point that. I wish i didn't have because you always want. You know the shoe from the other foot right like you want the thing that you don't have so so many women would be like wow. I would like sleigh for annie's ads and then there are times where you're like. I would slay like just for a minute. Not for this to be so obvious. And then also i mean you brought up a really good point about american culture which i would say. Hopefully with the body positivity movement is becoming more and more accepting of women of all shapes of all sizes of all backgrounds to come here and this is the place that you get asked about that. That's such an interesting an interesting

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Army Trainee Charged After Hijacking School Bus

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

Army Trainee Charged After Hijacking School Bus

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a U. S. army trainee is facing multiple charges after allegedly hijacking a school bus and army trainee from fort Jackson South Carolina has been arrested and charged with dozens of crimes after authorities say he boarded a school bus with a gun Thursday and held the driver and elementary students hostage around seven AM the trainee ran off the post with a rifle according to Richland County sheriff Leon Lott after trying to flag down several cars according to calls to deputies the trainee boarded a school bus and shouted at the driver to close the door and drive he was on the bus for a total of six minutes the suspect was arrested by deputies while running through an area neighborhood hi Mike Crossey up

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Army Trainee  Arrested for Hijacking a School Bus of Students

Mark Levin

00:14 sec | 1 d ago

Army Trainee Arrested for Hijacking a School Bus of Students

U.S. Army Trainee Uses Rifle to Hijack School Bus

Rush Limbaugh

00:15 sec | 1 d ago

U.S. Army Trainee Uses Rifle to Hijack School Bus

"Ah bus full of schoolchildren was hijacked this morning in South Carolina and an army training is the suspect. Sheriff's officials say he was armed with a rifle from Fort Jackson and demanded a ride before letting the kids and the bus driver go. He was later captured without incident. No Children were

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Moderna Turns First Profit, Boosted by Its COVID-19 Vaccine

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

Moderna Turns First Profit, Boosted by Its COVID-19 Vaccine

"Moderna today, saying it's covert 19 vaccine is 6 96% effective in Children ages 12 to 17, the drug maker, announcing the results of its face to trial at the same time, it reported first quarter earnings. It says it's vaccine generated more than $1.5 billion in revenue in its first quarter. This morning's announcement comes ahead of Fizer is expected approval from federal regulators early next week to use its vaccine and adolescents. Currently, covert vaccines are only approved for people 16 and older federal approval of one or more vaccines against the disease could mean many middle and high school students could be vaccinated before school begins in

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Lost Women of Panama: Lisanne Froon and Kris Kremers

Unexplained Mysteries

02:14 min | 2 d ago

Lost Women of Panama: Lisanne Froon and Kris Kremers

"In two thousand fourteen twenty one year old chris kramer's and twenty two year old niece and froun leave in amersfoort netherlands. Shortly after graduating from university. The friends became roommates and co workers. They work together at a nearby cafe as they saved money to go in their dream trip a six week adventure in panama tall and athletic leeson was an experienced mountaineer an amateur photographer. She was interested in exploring panama's lush jungles and beautiful landscapes. More outgoing than li san. Chris apparently wanted to immerse herself in the local culture by meeting new and interesting people half a world away in addition to relaxing and exploring. Both young women planned to do some good during their trip. They arranged a volunteer with children at a local school during their stay on march fifteenth. Two thousand fourteen lee san and chris had bought their tickets booked their hostels and set off or boca. Del toro panama getting to their destination wasn't easy between flights and layovers their journey from amsterdam to costa rica took almost twenty hours from costa rica. They took a taxi and navigated the local bus system to get to the panamanian border. Finally they hopped aboard a ferry and sailed into boca. Del toro on march seventeenth. Though their journey was a hassle. The first two weeks of their trip felt like heaven. Boca's del toro's sat on a small island off panama's east coast surrounded by the crystal blue caribbean sea. It was paradise complete with sun sand and good company. Both lee san and. Chris kept diaries during their trip. Which is how we know about how they spent much of their time. Rather than following strict schedules the two women lingered at meals with fellow tourists and enjoyed the flow of panamanian life. Lee san wrote that they mostly spent their days learning spanish. Though it was difficult lease and felt thrilled every time she recognized a word in conversation.

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Tulsa Changemakers and the Importance of Youth Voices

Pod 4 Good

01:53 min | 2 d ago

Tulsa Changemakers and the Importance of Youth Voices

"We are very excited. Have andrew specter from tulsa chain vickers on the podcast today andrew. Hello jessie chris. Hello in what is definitely as i said earlier the longest from idea to recording a podcast part for good has ever done. We are very excited. Talk about change makers on on pot for good. so let's get the serve. The the basic questions. Out of the way where did the idea for tulsa makers come from tulsa change makers is really the product to to experiences that myself in jake learner cofounder change makers had when we first moved to tulsa through teacher america the first experience just feeling incredibly welcoming we got here just super invested in really connected as leaders right away in the community for me. I moved here from outside of charleston. South carolina originally from outside of boston. Jake from philly across the board to feel really welcomed invested in his leaders. I'm the second experience we had was going into classrooms. Obviously i you're teaching was challenging. But our students were blowing us away. Day my sixth graders. Abell elementary jake's fifth graders tulsa legacy charter school. Students were bright your socially minded leadership skills at rival adults that we knew and became really struck by the juxtaposition between our experiences as outsiders to also in the experiences of bianchi classrooms the insiders and what struck us. The most. Is that for me and jake. As outsiders and newcomers to tulsa we felt like we were being more invested in and more physician leaders in the community. The young people in our classrooms. That are actually better positioned up to drive positive impact in their schools and communities. And so the question. Jake and i started asking ourselves is woke me to position. The young people in our classrooms youngest ten years old and now for us as young as eight years old at your drive positive impact in their schools and communities right now and then in doing so prepared for alleged leadership in the future as well.

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Interview With Paul Davison and Rohan Seth of Clubhouse

How I Built This

02:10 min | 2 d ago

Interview With Paul Davison and Rohan Seth of Clubhouse

"So today. We're releasing a special live episode of the show. It's my conversation with paul davison and rohan. Seth co founders of the social media app clubhouse. I spoke with pawn rohan back in april for a how i built. This live event that we did on clubhouse now. If you don't know a clubhouse is that may be because you choose to ignore news and that's okay no judgment but basically it's a social media app but in audio format clubhouse allows people to an audio chat rooms to discuss anything from sports to politics to networking and currently the app has over ten million users clubhouse launched in march of twenty twenty just as the pandemic began shutting things down. The timing couldn't have been better since there was a newfound demand for people to connect. Virtually paul ro haunt of started working on what would eventually become clubhouse a year earlier in two thousand nineteen. It was the first business they ever worked on together which is surprising because before that they kind of lived. Parallel lives both attended stanford for undergrad and grad school. Both spend time working at google and both started social media apps that were eventually acquired the first place paths could have crossed was at stanford row. Han came to the. Us from india and was getting his undergraduate degree in computer. Science and paul was trying to break into the startup world while he was at stanford graduate school of business and honestly. It's probably generous to claim that. I that i knew what i was doing. I was just really interested. In getting involved in the start up world and so i like the idea of going back to stanford and just immersing myself in that so it was a great experience. I went back to school there and spent most of my time just working on independent research projects working with local startups and entrepreneurs doing small group dinners and faculty lunches and and thinking about start-up ideas and business school. I think is kind of what you make of it

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Dan Hurley on the Evolution of Coaching College Basketball

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

01:35 min | 2 d ago

Dan Hurley on the Evolution of Coaching College Basketball

"Sword. Welcome integrate dan hurley to the world's greatest podcast notice courtside. I got a question for you at at your a guy of kind of your heart. New school parts. You're well more part. Ulster the job of being a college basketball coach today. Is it anything like you thought it would be when you got into coaching. You know. I think listen. It's gotten way more Way more complicated But you know for me. I think they'll just kind of growing up coming up in like a basketball family. With with with bob senior like kind of seen the evolution You know of it. Like as a player for him. And i think what prepared me well was like being a high school coach for nine years south when you know like i had i think seven. I think i had seven or eight. Mcdonald's all americans in those like those eight or nine years. I was at saint benedict's so i was seeing you know on a from the grassroots and exactly kind of what was going on with high level players and you know how. The kind of recruiting was changing You know in in terms of the amount of people that were were now getting involved with a kid obviously things like the portal social media. You know that these things have obviously made coaching College coachee like particularly challenging.

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Can A Son Lead His Mothers Business When She Sells Exclusively to Women?

The Small Business Radio Show

02:06 min | 2 d ago

Can A Son Lead His Mothers Business When She Sells Exclusively to Women?

"We have forty one thousand investors out there that are selling beauty. They're selling wellness and they're also selling relationship ads for products so this business actually was started in nineteen three the base in our house. I was still in high school at the time. My mom founded the company and was out there because she solar niche. This whole need about people losing connection divorce rates creep in a sixty percent nobis out there communicating. Few new people needed more information on their bodies how to keep the relationship you know fresh and fun and so we have forty one thousand pastors that are during that exact same thing across the globe that are going out there in basically being like the petrous for some us in a relationship love life how to keep creativity coming back in to your relationship so i i was. I was fortunate that that my mom asked me to come into the business in two thousand Businesses doing about a billion dollars right. It was great. We had about three hundred and fifty people. I remember my mom sitting there going okay. So you know. I'm bringing you back in to come on lurking in atlanta georgia right. I'm having a great time and worked publicly traded company. There and i remember you were to come back now. I thought when. I come back and i started selling release student hansard products. This is in two thousand this list as being true today. I'm never going to get a job eating chris. What was your last job grades is. We have no no no. I'm saying people gonna ask you. Chris what was your last job. I mean this is the funniest part is that i didn't know it was going to work out the way it did when i came in patty stuck to doing product and product development and training a mindless strategy. Growth vision. Where we going. And either we really set back and dividing the concord in taking the company every asked what is the secret and the secret was we literally moment. I got in hugh hall and went from city to city to city in in looking for people that want to own and operate their business. You know they use the word side-hustle. Today i love the fact we've been new inside. House aligns their nineteen

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Josh Duggar’s History of Child Sexual Abuse

GSMC Entertainment Podcast

01:57 min | 2 d ago

Josh Duggar’s History of Child Sexual Abuse

"Duggar has really dug himself into very deep dark hole The thirty three year old was arrested in arkansas on thursday without bail on child pornography charges now. His name may sound familiar to you. If you have seen or heard of the t. s. t. l. c. show nineteen kids and counting. And then the following show counting on He is the eldest child of parents. Michelle and jim bob. Duggar the show focused on the life of the duggar. Family who are devout. Baptists and frequently discuss a values of purity modesty and their faith in god. The doug avoid birth control thing they have decided to allow god to determine the number of children that they have which kinda ties into the title of the show. All of the children are home. Schooled and access to entertainment such as movies and television is very limited to them The duggar family has also used quote. Blanket time end quote which is a controversial practice with their children that is basically chaperoned courtship. I'm which the couple becomes acquainted only in a group setting so little odd but On may twenty second twenty fifteen. Tlc suspended the series when the duckers eldest son josh the one that was just arrested publicly apologized for having acted inexcusably following reports that he molested five years including some of his sisters by fondling them.

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The Powerful Difference School Nurses Make in Our Health with Rebecca Love & Robin Cogan

Outcomes Rocket

01:50 min | 2 d ago

The Powerful Difference School Nurses Make in Our Health with Rebecca Love & Robin Cogan

"And robin. Welcome so excited to be here. Yeah excited to have you guys here. We have a treat for all of you in the series but to begin with. I really wanna start off the series. By having rebecca and robin tell us a little bit about what inspires in healthcare. So take it away. Let's all you know. Thank you so much for having us to doing this series on sale. And i think we're my north star. Always leads me is that i'm just so inspired and empowered by the nurses and their movements really transform the future of healthcare and that i stepped forward and meet another nurse out there tackling a major healthcare problem at just to empowers and inspires more movement. Forward to see what more we can do to try to elevate and change the profession of healthcare lead through nursing leadership and innovation and and really excited to be here with. You really excited also to be on with robin. Because of bit incredible work that she has been doing on the school nurse side as kubat bear down on this country and we tried to reopen schools. So robin let me take a deep breath. I because there's a lot to unpack first of all such an admire rebecca's work and what i love most. About what rebecca does. She brings people together. She elevates nurses connects us. She celebrates nursing in all of its aspects and one of the most misunderstood aspects of nursing has been school nursing goal nursing has been misunderstood within our field so one of my biggest goals and i have to say. I'm i'm older. Now i'm looking towards. I'm not retiring yet. But i'm looking more at kind of the trajectory of my career. And i i'm thinking legacy right and what i was. What i want for my legacy. Is that if i was able to open the doors to people's minds and hearts about what school nurse israeli. Do then my job as well done

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J. Cole Releasing New Album, 'The Off-Season', Next Week

The Breakfast Club

00:35 sec | 2 d ago

J. Cole Releasing New Album, 'The Off-Season', Next Week

"Get ready for a new j cole album. His sixth studio album is expected to come out next friday on may fourteenth he posted just know. This was years in the making my new album. The offseason available everywhere may fourteen. Alex site he has opposed the cover. Artwork let the rugged showed at is not a roman that is an absolute fact. Okay called be out on the fourteenth. I'm looking forward to it. I mean you know. J cole is one of the leaders of the new school especially over the past decade. When you talk about the new three headed monster to me is kendrick. Call is drake's yeah. I'm always interested to hear new music from coal.

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A Civil Rights History Lesson

In The Thick

02:14 min | 3 d ago

A Civil Rights History Lesson

"Today we have a very special guest joining us from brooklyn. New york is gene. Theo harris distinguished professor of political science at brooklyn college a historian and author of the rebellious life of mrs rosa parks. She's co editor of the new book. Julian bonds time to teach the history of the southern civil rights movement gene. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me so today. We're going to honor one of the leaders of the civil rights movement and i. I actually met julian bond. I just can't remember where it's going to say that you probably did. I did meet him. And now i'm like you know i think it was before we had cameras in our phones. I mean bond is just a hero and a giant in the civil rights movement. He was an incredible human bean with. I mean his humanity just should out. He was an activist. He was an an educator he did. Pass away in two thousand fifteen. He was a founding member of the student. Nonviolent coordinating committee snake He had a political career. He served in the georgia house of representatives. He had to fight for his seat because of his opposition to the vietnam war and he was the first african american to be nominated as vice president though he withdrew his name and julian bond was an outspoken activist who fought his entire life whether it was civil rights to beaten way out of other people on the question of lgbtq rights all the way to protesting to shut down the keystone pipeline. Let's listen to julian bond in his own words to start off this show. This is from two thousand and two interview that julian did with phyllis leffler of the explorations in black leadership project at the university of virginia. Everything my parents. I told me about responsibility to others everything. I've learned that. The george school about speaking truth to power everything i learned about daring to stand up to powerful people and say no to them. Whatever the consequences. All of that came together when lonnie king came up to me and asked me if i would join this Movement

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FAA Administrator Steve Dickson Talks Pilot-to-Pilot With @PlaneGirl

The Air Up There

02:13 min | Last week

FAA Administrator Steve Dickson Talks Pilot-to-Pilot With @PlaneGirl

"Is davis right to see you and thank you for joining us here. You share a little bit about what inspired your interest in aviation and also did you have a mentor inspired. You want your learning how to fly. Absolutely i'm thank you for having me first of all And my story is definitely not your conventional story these days. I don't think of how i got into aviation by. Every story is unique so yours mine. I as a kid really had no family. History aviation didn't know anybody who is a pilot in also really had no exposure to aviation at all. I was actually afraid of flying as a kid. Because i had ear issues. That made it very painful. When i was very young so for years. I refused to even go on an airplane so i was not anywhere nearby. Airplanes airports pilots. Anything like that then. One day in high school. I think it was my sophomore or junior year. I was rolling around on instagram. Like a girl in software or junior year of high school would do. And i was on my instagram explore. Page and i saw a picture of a friend of a friend of a friend posing with a airplane. I think it was a serious looking back. And i think i did a double take because one i did not realize that small planes existed at all. I don't know how thought pilots trained but it definitely was not like that. And i also had no idea that you could just go up and fly for fun. I thought pilots trained to do a job and that was it. And i really didn't even know that much about that side of things either. So that really stuck with me. That picture and i ended up scrolling through this guy's page a little bit more and just seeing all of his adventures that he had gone on in this airplane around the same time i had to start going on commercial flights or college visits and school trips and every time i was on an airplane out of the window in think wow i wish i was flying so i was pretty dead set on going to engineering school so i ended up going to university of michigan for computer science engineering but the thought of flying was always in the back of my head just flying for fun. I never really considered it as a career. Until i've started but it was always in the back of my head is something maybe i would do one summer or just during school and one summer i was fortunate enough to get an internship in the ann arbor area so i had the money to go ahead and do my private flight training

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"special schools" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:31 min | 6 months ago

"special schools" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"special schools" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:00 min | 11 months ago

"special schools" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"For this is up system principal in Staten Island put this in new Dorp sign up Facebook and well I I guarantee before the day's out she will not have a job yeah and remember she's being investigated now but but the people who are hired by the henchmen Carranza who is yeah the alleged chancellor quitting left and right who was hired by him she was talking about of the exact opposite she was talking about how it's white people and it's it's it's she was the one talking about white privilege and the white kids and it she made the comment if I had a poor if I had a poor white kid or a middle class black kid I would spend more time on the little class black kids what that was okay to say I was bused out racism and also Carranza in addition to you know the dead to a practicing racism against the Asian American poor Asian Americans he also he also said as much that blacks aren't able to pass the stringent special schools test he said the blacks can't do it so we have to help them which is what which is complete racism even Jamadi Williams said don't say that crap I passed the test yet and the reason what but that the but what he doesn't say is the reason they were having problems passing the test is because your system was failing schools sorry thank you yes indeed he had said should you know what's coming up next be Browning B. Bernie yet the last week you were five for five you are now twenty four added twenty five that's right no press and I'm perusing somebody's questions now that lets us save it I'm not I'm just saying like what date is Christmas come on I'll take it you know that at any other burning said she'll come and.

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"special schools" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"special schools" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"special schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:55 min | 1 year ago

"special schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Special school sometimes means watching brown on TV but for us it means what are all the scams and fraud in crimes that happen on campus involving higher education and low down fraud yeah so what we do is we exchange a lot of stories in we try to I think one up each other on finding the best scams and schemes that people are victimized too and so what we hope to do is Shearson's games with you would hopefully you give me some tips on how to protect yourself from from after being a victim so what did you find this week Mr crest Dr Christy let's see well there is one that we both known people that have fallen for this and that's the secret shopper scam yeah guys this one's a good one and so. into a lot of people but it's happening most to students to college students it seems that the fraudsters are targeting college students because let's let's face it college students they need some extra cash for you know whatever they're going to do on the weekends and things like that TV cash for books and pencils and beer and well I now yeah books and pencils yeah that's right up and plus one is some of the experts feel that college students are not as aware of checks they all those those pieces of paper that read used to fill out and send money around with you know that maybe maybe not you young Kelly but I certainly grew up writing checks I love how I looked very youthful yeah a little bit older than you think okay. college students really aren't aware and this is a perfect scam for them to be victimized what they think about what what their bottom line it's it's a lack of awareness lack of information because but the last time you wrote a check it do they even know what a check book eat what I actually ask my students you know how many of them have checking accounts well just about all of them have checking accounts that's what they're called checking accounts but. when you know how often do you know I ask you have you how many of you have written a check in last week how many of you have touched to check every your life well they may have the and that's the problem they may have touched one at one point but they really don't know how checks work and especially the way that checks clear banks or even how to fill one out I remember I took my first accounting class in ninth grade at Jordan high school in Durham North Carolina and we did a practice said in part of that practice at was writing out checks pretending that you were the accounting for this business and writing a check so you pay to the order I've had endorse the check like those are things that we just sort of take for granted that they may not know how to handle right because everything is paid electronically now you get on the web these enter the your password and bloom the money goes flying through the air but you write a check how does that really work they don't really know so the secret shopper scam is perfect for them to be victimized and it the scam works like this usually it starts with an email sent to students and again they seem to be targeting college students just to add a point to any emails are sent annually annually annually this is a trivia question how many emails are sent annually take a guess we'll take a guess a hundred billion. a hundred and seven trillion nine hundred and seven trillion emails are sent annual hi miss I miss understood a hundred billion is how many emails I get annual. okay how many emails are sent each day. the hunters those really end of every three years sixty five. an accountant right go two hundred and ninety four billion each day okay so please continue with the shoppers can't sell the the college student gets this email and we we unfortunately had an incident at governors state with one of our students who sadly went to our career center looking for implying for part time job. walked back to their dorm and by the time they got there here's this email they thought it had something to do with applying for the part time job and it's an email that offers them to make quick money easy money no such thing yeah well that's true too well you and I know that go through a secret shopper this strategy or street as secret shopper jobs and this is where our retailers will hire people and this is an actual profession that will secretly go into places and to observe the way the the retail operations is is working see if they're following the procedures McDonald's made this year hence the name secret say shot her make downs that's why McDonald's all kinda looked the same because they send secret shoppers in to report back that they are following up procedures and protocols colonel Harland Sanders used to do it himself he go into a store if they didn't follow he would you know take their the Vic a quick man out of the kitchen but the way it works is the students said Hey we're going to hire you as a secret shopper and we're going to send you some materials and then a couple days later they get a big you know envelope or big box full of materials and in there it will be a check for it let's say two thousand dollars with instructions to take that two thousand dollar check deposited in their checking account and then. go to say a Walmart or some other store buy a gift cards okay totaling up to save fifteen hundred dollars and then once you buy your gift card then you scratch off the back of the gift card dago and reveal a code right and then you are to send the account number and the pin code to the what was what's the number on the gift card with the number of the gift card you send that to the people who are who are your employer supposedly and so then they've got a centrally fifteen hundred dollars in gift codes and you're told that you can keep the remaining five hundred dollars as your payment for your services rendered now what happens two weeks later two weeks later they get notified by their bank all you know that two thousand dollar check you deposited taken aback that check bounced yeah it's bogus there was no such account or whatever and is probably drawn and some bank far off in some small towns who would take two weeks for it to clear in the meantime the bad guys have already spent the fifteen hundred dollars and you know what you've probably already done if your college student you've probably spent the money to send now your account is overdrawn yep and they and plus sold charger a bounced check for you too and you're out two thousand thirty dollars an hour and and you're in a lot of trouble so do you know that ninety percent of all emails is spam and viruses ninety percent. ninety percent yeah that's. well I I think I get about forty percent of women in my various email accounts so anyways site now great scheme it's a great scheme hell on earth on our scheme scheme whiskey road meters game a meter from one to ten that scheme is an eight point five yeah and it and the the the the the the perpetrators are hardly ever ever caught in the end the target always needs money always wants money and is eager to do anything for quake what I'll have all of these are famous last words that I was talking about in class night which which are all I have to do is fill in blank whatever then fill in the blank is it's a problem yeah yeah well it's it's it's it's an end to the college students are the the perfect pigeons for such a thing sure and it was your well you know what's coming up tonight Kelly know what's coming it had tonight at seven o'clock WGN television celebrate twenty five years of Chicago television's number one morning show. watch a live two hour special full of memorable moments and the WGN TV morning news twenty fifth anniversary smashed special and that's tonight at seven o'clock. well you are listening to Kelly pope and bill Kristol and it's true crime WGN radio seven twenty..

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"special schools" Discussed on The Wolf's Den

The Wolf's Den

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"special schools" Discussed on The Wolf's Den

"The company is when i when i actually got into the business of psychology and all this you know all this stuff and attention and now we're here and initial question so so in other words you who like one of these kids. They're like when i was. I hated kids like you and i was like a kindergarten and first grade teachers like hey we're gonna put down this bowl of fruit and i want you also draw the fruit right and i not a natural born. I take up my crayon and i start to join. It looks like someone's sneezed vomited on the paper and look at this one kid it's. It's the jackson paula you perfectly as soon as you. I'm gonna i'm gonna piss you off you more. I was actually the first on every time and it was the best every every time oh my god i i'd be. I doubt sit back and just watch everyone. Grownups you ought to sales are designed to sales like the friendship. Mackinaw throw headed israel born artist okay. It's awesome talent. That's what i like about him so he's basically ruined from me for hiring a other designers because they're just slower and the final outcome isn't it gets not basically ruined it for me. Let's let's let's do this. One just do all guys where we're gonna go to tracks. You'll life up to then. You met your light up the met them across awesome together so let's go. We'll see you next out number. One okay so you. This young obviously incredibly talented natural born artist right so you're gonna some special schools you take lessons passenger parents kind of empowered to pursue that and trains you right glass classical training after school i would my mom would drive me to our school.

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"special schools" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:24 min | 2 years ago

"special schools" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Darwin my guest today is funny. She's Mason, Zaida comedian, actor and a disability advocate. She was born in the United States to Palestinian immigrant parents. And since birth has been living with cerebral palsy, a condition, which affects the brain and nervous system shape believes comedy has the power to transform the lives of disabled people. She also says her stand up comedy shows help normalize the perceptions of Muslims when many seek to demonize them can comedy really do all that. And where do you draw the line between what's funny, and what's unacceptable? Mason zaid. Welcome to talk. Thank you so much for having me. I really wanted to shake your hand by shake too much. I will consider it done. Mason side. You've said if there were an oppression Olympics, you would win the gold medal. Yes. You say that I would definitely win the gold medal because I'm Palestinian, I'm Muslim. I'm a woman of Cutler. I'm disabled, and I live in Donald Trump's America. You don't get more press than that. We'll we'll come to Donald Trump's America about later, but just exchanges. What does it mean? To have cerebral palsy. So in my case, my cerebral palsy as result of doctor era, the doctor who delivered me was drunk. And so now, I appear to be drunk Ryan tire life. Even when I'm sober in my case, my C P makes me shake all the time, and it affects my coordination. It's a neurological disorder that affects muscle coordination exhibits differently in different people as C P, and you have set. However, I have ninety-nine problems and cerebral palsy is just one of them. Have you always had such a positive attitude to wash your condition, and where does that come from? I have always had a positive attitude towards my condition because I was raised as an equal by my parents, my parents acknowledge my disability they accommodate my disability, but they didn't focus on it. So whatever my sisters had to do. I had to do if my sisters were cleaning. I was going to be cleaning. If. They went to public school, my parents fought and made sure that I too could go to public school. And when I was born the doctors told my parents that I would never walk now. This is something really important. There's no shame in not walking. There's no shame and using a wheelchair or a Walker or a cane and sometimes people use the word, we'll chair bound that term is incorrect mobility devices free people, but when I was growing up my father was aware that I'd be spending time in two separate worlds in America and also in the West Bank. So he was determined to teach me how to walk and he did. So you derive that kind of positive attitude from your very close knit Palestinian family in particular, your late father. Yes, it was he who encouraged you was it. My my father encouraged me, and my mother strengthened me, my mother's tiger mom. So she showed. No mercy. The other day. It was on TV. I called my mom. I said, what did you think she said your hair look terrible. And it did. And I was glad she told me because I learned for the next time. My father was my cheerleader, and he had a mantra and his mantra was you can do it. Yes, you can can. And he really believed that I could do anything I dreamt of and encouraged me to take chances and also to accept when I couldn't. And you've spoken of how you would walk on your father's feet. So that you can learn how to walk, and he'd be dangling a dollar note before you in order to entice you into walking as much as possible. But I mean, that's just one small example of how you did make jokes about having cerebral palsy and also how he approached it in a fun way. You know, I always say I walked miles on my father's shoes. But the dollar Bill was really what work the best for me. Because my inner stripper was so strong that I was running the letters by kindergarten. But do you do you think that you know, that kind of approach talking about it in that way, perhaps might some people's strike them as that you're making light of something which after all is quite serious, and is restricting for many people because of the way society deals with people with disabilities. I think that talking about my disability, honestly, and with humor makes it more accessible and less frightening for people, and I think I applies to people with disabilities and also to caretakers, and parents, I think it's so important that we d- stigmatized disability. My disability is visible. But there's also so many invisible disabilities, and the stigma around disability is real when someone is pregnant the very first thing people, tell them is. I hope it's healthy. We don't acknowledge the fact that there's a chance they won't be. And what I want is for people to see that regardless of what disability person has they still have potential. They can still have joy, they can still have love. I often say people think of people disabilities. As happy snowflake angel babies that never grow up and don't get married and don't have kids, and we have the potential to live full lives. Whether we're verbal nonverbal mobile, not mobile, and I think that by approaching my disability the way I would any of my other ninety nine problems empowers people to be loud and proud about their disability and to not fear disability and others. But when you saw your more able bodied sisters, and you saw how you couldn't do everything that they could. Or did you feel in any way angry or frustrated at any time, I didn't really feel otherwise or disabled until I got to college until I finished high school because in addition to my family, my friends were very supportive. I had the same best friend since I was five years you into mainstream. School view is very important. Yes. My parents had to fight for me to be in the mainstream school when I went to start school. They wind to send me special school for children with down syndrome, and my parents fought to have me mainstreamed. I believe that they hadn't fought for my education. I wouldn't be sitting here on HARDtalk with you right now. And I think that one of the most important things in the world is to make sure that children with disabilities worldwide kicking down syndrome, including those down syndrome nonverbal intellectual disabilities, physical disabilities. We all have a right to education and sure not everyone's going gonna be a heart surgeon. I certainly don't have the coordination, but we need to give people the potential to learn. But as I said you've made a living from being a stand up comedian and making jokes about your disabilities. You know, one of your jokes is the one about the car park say that most people have dreamt of being disabled. At some point in their life. Because if you come on a journey with me, it's Christmas Eve and you're driving around looking for parking. What do you see sixteen empty handicap spaces, and you wish to yourself can? I just be a little disabled like bone Spurs or something. But also, there's a flip side to that. Which is I always use the disabled parking and some people don't realize the I'm disabled. So we have to understand that. This ability doesn't all look the same in every person. Sure. But I mean making jokes like that. I mean, it takes a lot of skill to take on what for some people is a bit of a tabu subjects so where do you or the line between humor, and what ends up, you know, just making fun of somebody with disabilities, mocking them almost I tell personal stories and because I'm telling a personal story. I don't believe that there's a line that I can cross comedy is taking risks comedy. You're always pushing that line where is that line? Is it when you say? Say you'll you'll jokes might encourage somebody to market person with civilities nine draw is that I don't find humor in cruelty because I want my audience to be happy and to laugh, I don't want to invoke their darkest memories. I don't wanna invoked traumas and abuse and pain, and that's not censorship. It's always putting my audience. I I want them to laugh because it tells me that British comedy actor Rikki surveys is made jokes about a dead. Baby says outside actually breaking the law or causing someone actual physical harm hurting. Someone's feelings is almost impossible to objectively quantify absolately agreeing with anything can be funny. And that comedy is subjective. When I say that I make choices I make choices because I don't find being abusive funny. If someone else can take something super traumatic and make it funny. It's their right to do. So and try so. Do you think you have more of a write in a way to make comedy about people with disabilities? Because you are somebody with disabilities yourself. I mean, for example, the lakes American comedian Joan rivers make jokes about the holocaust. And she said, that's okay because I'm Jewish. She said I feel the same way about disability. I don't find it, entertaining or humorous when comedians who don't have this Bill is mocked disabilities or imitate disabilities. Disabilities. Part of who. I am. It's my community keeps you a and give me you can it gives me the same person of color has a right to talk about being a person of color having a disability. It gives me the right to talk about it. But I never pretend that Bill is a monolith. I can talk about physical disability. But I have no right to go on stage and machen intellectual disability. Just because I happen to be disabled. I think the fact that I have a personal connection allows me to talk about it in a way. That others shouldn't. Honestly, you have actually ended up on social media being the object of bullying you've been called Gumby mouth and other things. I mean, that's the kind of risk you run. Isn't it? I've been subjected to a lot of bullying online and in the past two years I've been subjected to death threats, and I often talk to the guys that do comedy with me. And I asked them do you get threats like I do and they never do. They have people saying that they want to punch them. I have people saying I'm going to rape you. So that your father honor kills you. So it's a deep deep frightening world out there. But I refused to be silenced. And the reason I refuse to be silenced is while I was subjected to bullying, I talked about it and my tedtalk when I did I had women teens girls worldwide reach out to me and say, I've been lied. I've had fear. And knowing that you survived. It gives me the power this survive at ten you respond to them. Don't you sometime why not just ignore them? Well, I'm a comedian and we grew up in comedy clubs being heckled. And when someone heckles you you have to take them down the natural instinct, so I have a process, and my processes, I I tried to educate because you wouldn't believe how many people are genuinely ignorant if they found to learn then I mock them. You are upset by two by the bullying. I'm upset by the death threats. I'm disturbed by the bullying. The bullying doesn't make me go on screen and be self conscious about my wiggling lip or the fact that I slur the bullying makes me go on screen and go I'm on TV. And you're not darling doesn't make empowers me. But you think to yourself anytime. I wish I hadn't sought such a high profile. You just accept that part of the price. You have to pay. I think that if I had grown up with social media. I would never step foot on television by now it's my destiny, and I'm not going to let anyone take me down. But why not just forget your disabilities and carry on leading your life?.

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"special schools" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

Overthinking It Podcast

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"special schools" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

"Walled action. Welcome to over thinking it where we subject the popular culture to a level of scrutiny. It probably doesn't deserve the over thinkers, like your smart funny friends from the internet. We're like we're like classmates aren't we at a special school for for nerds? So nerdy. That it's almost like magic. I'm Matt rather? I am here with my classmates. Peter fenzl. Hello, pete. Hey, matt. And Mark Lee. Hey, mark. Hey, it's good to be back absence. It's good to have you back back here on the podcast. Right. This week on the show the crimes of Grindelwald, which is the latest entry in the fantastic beasts series, which is the latest series in the wizard. Ing world franchise, which is apparently a thing. And that is the latest franchise in Harry Potter. So. You know, they're they're trying to figure out how to make Star Wars movies without Star Wars, and they're trying to figure out how to make Harry Potter movies without Terry Potter, and it's all being conned into I guess this wizard. Ing world. Kind of label, you know, this free franchise name to which I have to say to the good people at Werner brothers. Stop trying to make fetch happen. It's just I don't know feels feels a little forced anyway there were advertisements for other franchises before the before the movie trailers for the new Jason momoa franchise, which is all about a underwater king. Which is I think the whole DC cinematic universe is actually the Jason momoa, cinematic universe at this point. This is just this is all the Jason momoa, cinematic universe world just living in basically when it comes down to there's there's a good point. I actually I feel like we could do a fun thing of just like cataloging the franchises. You know, the MC you Star Wars. Conjuring the conjuring universes. Big don't forget about that. Even though we haven't watched any of them, so monotheism, you know. I mean that stop that's some serious boxoffice Bob there. All right. So the the let's let's go into the crimes of Grindelwald only to to stop and say the overthinking at gift guide has dropped. It didn't drop on black Friday this year. But it's coming out at the same time as this episode and the biggest thing in the gift guide this year will no it's not it's not the biggest thing. I think the biggest thing is giant tarantulas Rex costume. That is the physically largest item that we recommend in the overthinking it gift guide for twenty eight. But the thing that I would like to make sure you know about is. The overthinking our streamlined over thinking it membership. We hope that you pick one of these up for the holidays now when a couple years ago, we introduced the overthinking it memberships surprise surprise. We over thought it we created a a Byzantine set of tears and rewards that just proved unwieldy hard to understand and difficult to support. So here's the new deal guys. We're transitioning all over thinking it memberships before the end of twenty eighteen to five bucks a month. And you get extra podcasts. How's that for a very simple value proposition? Five bucks a month, and you get more audio content. Now, there's all kinds of audio content. You get the occasional question of the week, which is like a whole separate segment of the podcast that we record. You get the peace cast, which is a periodic examination of some topic by Pete Fenzl solo. It's like a main lining Pete Fenzl. There are there are other things that we've done including series for different TV shows, including. The the book club on nineteen Eighty-four and all of the overviews the old the old bible. Downloadable movie contra commentaries are available to members to get that to get that library all of those extra audio things..

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"special schools" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"special schools" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Hey. I wouldn't mind who does he wanna dance house? It's like a bounce house for adults. I mean, it kind of is. Is. Is this? This is probably not a Baldwin situation. No, I don't think it's a Baldwin's younger actor situation. No, I don't think. So now going with the comments section on crazy days and nights dot net. So this isn't confirmed blind item. We're to speculate and the consensus is that it might be this set of brothers this band. Oh, oh, wait. Okay. Is it Owen Wilson? Weird. Oh, and or Luke Wilson. Lou. We don't know who purchased the X strip club and who had the dream. But let me fill in the blank for you. Owen Wilson or Luke Wilson recently bought a strip club. Sorry. Just digesting lunch. My thing. Oh it did. Did it bonkers long Phon thong a Wilson brother dream? But I'm not sure that it just won't turn into their own private lap dance house. There's something heard. I mean, I'm fine with that. I think if you're an adult, and you wanna hire some lap dancers to go to school for. Oh, okay. No, there isn't a special lap-dancing school. There are those special schools for pull dancing, and it is Remli. Chlor so hard. I thought that I thought that the poll spun it doesn't the poll spin. That's what I thought. It'd be crazy. Have.

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"special schools" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"special schools" Discussed on The Big 98

"Right. Yeah so they started school in, January which is a special school for them because they don't speak. English so it's English as a second language. Program so then they did a little bit of summer school for, that and then they've had like a month off or. So and then now they're back in that same. Program we were trying to advance them onto a different, school but they didn't quite make. It you, know you sent me a video of your son last, night and I was, like I don't. Think he's English is good enough for English school yes, not yeah that's why I was. Trying to, fit him in mind and now I think I have, just gotten better at What, he was saying the time so I thought, their English is getting better but really it's, just that my comprehension? It's getting better of their mixed I I. Know what they're saying so many my sister with her. In Colorado last week and she's she. Looked at me and say what did they say and I? Would, know. Exactly. What they said I'm going to play a clip of. Amy son Stevenson he sent me a video last night I don't know half what he said I'll play it. They, didn't say anything getting money secrets yeah Amy knows everything he. Said yeah I mean I know, what he's trying to say there's a picture on Amy's. Instagram and I texted her because I was laughing, so hard her son who's eight has an. American Girl doll but it's, a boy in two thousand seventeen they started making boy dolls so he's holding it up. And he loves it on the airplane in front of everybody and her husband. Has, his head. Down because they're sign is holding a, doll yeah, he carried, we had a really long travel day multiple airports multiple. Airplanes, and he carried that dole, with him everywhere he went. Meanwhile my husband is a pilot. Like look at these airplanes let's, let's look at. Those there so mazing he'd be like. Doll Hey football Vince, breath The doll is kind of cool though because I would have Because I have human and I. Used, to have all these wrestlers me and play with them yeah I would have a my buddy Adam my buddy wants has. Basically So what's your husband. Think about him always having the doll, he's not, that into it he said he when. We got home he said Is almost like he wanted. Me to, congratulate him for not saying. Something and for holding his tongue the? Entire trip he said. I.

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"special schools" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"special schools" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Twenty nine where did he go to on eighteen did he go to a special school liz talk to your sister talk to your sister about what to do on this one and you you can talk to the irs or actually real human beings i know that's hard to believe but they actually are real human beings now let me tell you about simply safe in two thousand seventeen the better business bureau heard more than five thousand complaints about alarm companies which puts home security in the top ten percent of the most complained about industries simply safe has had an a plus rating for ten years running with over forty thousand five star reviews online and why best security system for the money that's out there simply safe handled dot com all right this is handle on the law.

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"special schools" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"special schools" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"I'm just pumped up there times where the weekends on full things happen and then i can't wait to get on the air so forgive me if i'm little fired up this early monday morning i mean we have the caravans coming in don't don't panic on this this is planned that happens every year it's like it's like the return of the swallows you know capistrano it's like birds flying south bay let's bring people from all over south america bringing them up to the border that's what this happens it's an orchestrated attempt visit orchestrate orchestrated but what i would like to see the federal government and by the way people wanna come into this country it's horrible i don't know why as i the analogy i use it the inner cities like for example and some bad parts of chicago that just i don't know why the politicians don't even go there it rather than rather than fixing fixing going the city and fixing were there they say oh well let's do a special housing let's do special schools let's fix everything let's give them the opportunity to go why don't you go right to the heart of the problem and fix it they're at why why don't we go to honduras and why don't we baby mike pompeo on his first trip already meeting with bb netanyahu and very very it's very very inspirational to see mike pompeo secretary of state already in action maybe at one point the state department goes out and they they go and they help honduras out her guatemala out i mean if it's that terrible where people have to leave where is the un it always ends up being our problem i'm all for i'm a good christian on brace everybody but they aren't they're terrorists when you don't know who's within that big quote unquote caravan and why i can't afford to pay for it i.

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"special schools" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"special schools" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"Do the players on this program right now all of us talking do we seem to switch places back when obama was president would joe and i have been taking the position don't talk to him and vittoria taking the position diplomacy is the only way to go get a conversation if you get does it seem reversed right now to you i think that happens on a lot of the issues but i don't think the policy the united states has worked regardless of whether it was doing it here's another item from north korea the north koreans have been promising students as young as eleven years old they will have a wonderful life they will go to special schools they will be the favored in a nation with people who are not that well educated there if they agreed to be taught how to hack or learn how to hack or how to develop computer viruses you'll be rewarded by the government of north korea for being able to do that well i put that on the list i would go hey rocket man like it's gonna matter educated naive if you think anything is gonna come from this except a photo op this is ridiculous really how much all the let's save the tape on this because he's like kim jong dingdong rollover and just say oh you know what you're right mr president now that i've met you in person i really like you a lot and i love the united states so we're not gonna hack and we're not going to teach our children raised back over there and you say listen you take one step we'll take one step you start pulling the nukes apart and then maybe we'll think about yeah yeah dangled the carrot but you know don't send carrot top over there you know i just don't agree with that.

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"special schools" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"special schools" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"I think that happens that a lot of the issues but i don't think the united states has worked regardless of whether it was doing it isn't from north korea the north koreans have been promising students as young as eleven years old they will have a wonderful life they will go to special schools they will be the favored in a nation with people who are not that well educated there if they agreed to be taught how to hack or learn how to hack or how to develop computer viruses you'll be rewarded by the government of north korea for being able to do that well i put that on the list i would go hey rocket man like it's gonna matter educated naive if you think anything is gonna come from this except a photo op this ridiculous really you know what how much are let's save the tape on this yeah i like kim jong dingdong rollover and just say oh you know what you're right mr president now that i've met you in person i really like you a lot and i love the united states so we're not gonna hack and we're not going to teach our children back over there and you say listen you take one step we'll take one step you start pulling the nukes apart and then maybe we'll think about dangle the carrot but you know don't send carrot top over there you know i just don't agree with that.

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"special schools" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"special schools" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"The in the idea that you should not be able to aboard a child it's going to have a difficult life anyway raids going to have a difficult life number one because the mother doesn't one it but then numbertwo because they have down's syndrome as well and what if you don't have the money for the medical care that somebody with down's syndrome is going to the union imagine childhood that that could be potentially millions of dollars i don't know what it would be but it's not going to be cheap yeah and you know some people might want to abort the child because they know i can't afford this kid it's going to suffer it's going to go to it's going to have to go to special schools and things like that and they won't be able to afford a it'd be one thing if some anti abortion grew would put together the funding to adopt every single child that you know people want to abort and pay the mothers to go through the process of the labour unfortunately in that's not allowed because that's considered selling a child really yes some of the things that people say well why don't the anti abortion people do x because it's not allowed you have a was able to do it if they could possibly because it's one thing to go it's one thing to go out there in front of planned parenthood and hold up a bunch of signs of like aborted fetuses and make a big stink it's a whole other thing to actually have to take care of a bunch of unwanted children right so so it's a legal you're saying to pay somebody to have a child so that they can adopt later that's a legal yes he's and that's as i understand it now it's different sarah gets his in uh but if that's where you decide in advance right yeah so you find somebody in advance of them getting pregnant and we can pay you to have carry our child it's after the fatwa and it's low your pregnant here's money i want to be your then selling a child and that's illegal it's ridiculous okay i didn't know that in a because that was about to ask that what about gay couples that you know have people have their children solve its planned ahead of time it's okay but.

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"special schools" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"special schools" Discussed on The Woj Pod

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"special schools" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"special schools" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Weapon take kelly high in a number of local authority areas and we were concerned about that does that mean that special educational provision remade there are many kinds of special provisions in the system alternative provisions special schools and units within mainstream schools making sure that that's coherent and provides the right kind of education for every child your report also highlights an interesting thing and in increasing number of illegal schools you say which tgf m conservative at religion office often m conservative christian jewish and muslim faith schools yes west we're seeing more more of these we have a team which investigates and inspects where where we find scott schools operating that and not registed mostly they are faith related some of them are various kinds of alternative provisions that hasn't recognize that it fits the criteria for school this is a real challenge for us because we don't have a strong enough definition of a school in law to be able to characterize some of these establishments are schools and we don't have enough powers to collect evidence because it's very important that we already illegal schools are operating the action is taken and that's the responsibility of the department for education and you're worried over here by the educational standards there but also about the religious conservatism that spain taught indeed we have found some very worrying books materials in in in these deep these kinds of establishments a book books encouraging misogyny violence to win two two women teaching teach teaching boys and girls that with that women must consent to sex with her husband's we up we are.

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"special schools" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"special schools" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Dot com this is first news with kevin miller live and local from the heart of arkansas 732 newsradio one or two point nine karn should the state call a special session over an online sales tax we're gonna get more with executive director of the arkansas municipal municipally donnees imerman mats coming up newsradio one or two point nine karn sunshine 75 degrees a muslim iraq bob steel has our news bob thank you kevin the p laskey county special school district has fired superintendent dr jerry guess a job that he has held since 2011 fox sixteen's caitlyn written report from the special meeting of the board at the district headquarters last night aboard says they had a lack of confidence in the attorneys that the district was using for the desegragation case and that's night's meeting they voting to dismiss attorneys now plastic county specials school district president dr linda rallies says the born felt they weren't being informed and everything going on within the desegragation case and didn't feel comfortable about the way that the district was moving toward unitary status dr gas localized on many occasions he would not staff the attorneys were let go so when the school board fired the attorneys they felt they had no choice but to terminate his contract as well and the more feels like it we are unitary and we want to receive unitary satis on our own merit and not as the ideal in order to make happy pending appointed dr janice warren as the interim superintendent she's been a disaster district fell last five years and has been a superintendent in another district previous lane and avoid fast dr warren lost serve throughout the 2017 2018 school year and then they will begin a nationwide search in the spring to find a permanent replacement for dr guest after a forty years celebration every june river fast has deci added to call it quits they say it's due to rising costs and a number of competing festivals around the country executive director dna korte says they can no longer deliver the experience that fans expect river fess hosted more than two hundred fifty thousand attendees at its height and pre and bringing in about thirty three million dollars in to little rock former city judge michael maggio has been ordered.

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