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"state education department" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Fox News. It's 303. He's radio 1055. W we e. R. C co bit outbreak at the State Education Department more than 50 people are in quarantine Superintendent Derek Mackey says employees in several different areas tested positive, causing all workers in those sections to be sent home. He says the number of people testing positive Continues to spike some stories in Alabama refusing to return change to customers. State representative Debbie would is filed a bill for the next session that would force those businesses to do so. She says she believes this so called shortage is being used as an excuse to increase. The bottom line of business is actually have a lot of friends that work in the banking industry. And I've asked them. Do you have coins? Do you have change in your vault? And the answer is yes. Her bill would allow for a store credit to be used instead of change. New information about a lawsuit over the state school superintendent job. Former Jefferson County School Superintendent Craig Pouncey has settled his suit out of court this against the former state school board member, Mary Scott Hunter. The suit details actions taken against him that he says were willful, malicious and fraudulent. He says the efforts by Hunter were so extreme and degree That it goes beyond the bounds of decency and were utterly intolerable in a civilized society. Several people, along with Hunter conspired to block Craig Pouncey's appointment to the state superintendent's position. They did it by spreading false and damaging information. The taxpayers of Alabama paid $100,000 in the settlement. And, according to a Elrich porter dot com, We also got soaked for at least half a million dollars that went to lawyers defending Mary Scott Hunter. Leah Brandon, and I'm Jim Charity. You're next news at 3 30 coming up. It's Sean Hannity on Birmingham's news, traffic and Weather station news radio 1055. W We are C. I had a real estate company in the late nineties and I used to tell my clients who didn't want to want to spend money on their foundation. They didn't want to worry about the foundation. They wanted to worry about other things. And I used to say,.
"state education department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Met with a strong show of police Force W I see Steven Ness and reports the evening started out at the Stonewall Inn. This is where a small group has been holding weekly black trans rates marches. This time, they were joined by a larger group of several 100 protesters. They were also surrounded by hundreds of NYPD officers, many wearing motorcross gear and riding bikes, which they frequently used to block the path of demonstrators to keep them out of the street. 29 year old area. ST Clair from East Harlem, questioned the heavy police presence about well dressed fabulous were beautiful. Wear clothing with nothing would love. We're not armed. The march ended at Union Square, where the police once again forced protestors off the streets and made several arrests. The NYPD says 18 people were arrested last night. New York State Education Department is canceling All regions exam scheduled for January. W is Jessica Gould has the latest high school students were on track to take a regions exam in January. Don't have Tio instead to qualify for a diploma. They simply have to pass the related course. State education officials say they made the call because of safety and equity concerns during the pandemic. They also canceled the test last June in August in New York. Most students must pass at least five regents exams to graduate from high school. But the tests have come under scrutiny, with critics calling for them to be replaced. A full review of the state's graduation requirements was underway when the pandemic hit. No decision has been made yet about the state test next spring. Teenagers in New York City or grappling with the presidential election. Along with the adults. Kelvin says he's been watching TV news around the clock waiting for results. For me. This is like the first year actually, like, looked into politics very much. So, like I got, like the nervousness and panic. Everyone's getting. When they talk about politics. I see what happens. Joshua says he struck by the division in the country. He says he hopes young people can find a way to bridge the gap. I feel that as youth, we might not be able to cast our ballot, but we can have conversations with other fellow youth and also even adults. Helton and Joshua are part of the Miseducation podcast created by New York City public school students and partnering with W When I see this fall.
"state education department" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"I will be placed under a stay at home order on Tuesday amid a growing covert 19 outbreak on the island. As a Friday afternoon, authorities put the number of confirmed cases on Lanai at 65. The state Education Department announced 15 cases among students at the Lin, I hi. And elementary, the state home order full and I'm still must be approved by the governor if it is approved, the emergency order will go into effect at 12:01 A.m. Tuesday, Hawaii health officials said. Three new Allahu Corona. Virus related deaths were reported Friday. And they involved too men and one woman, all of whom were older than 80 and hospitalized with underlying medical conditions. Hawaii health officials reported 131 new infection statewide Friday, bringing the totals since the start of the pandemic to 14,464 cases. The death toll stands at 209. The return of Rainbow Warriors. Football is finally here. The University of Hawaii returned to action today in California against Fresno State at 1:30 P.m.. Hawaii time. The Bulls will be playing a conference only scheduled this season. On Friday, they'll be in Laramie to take on Wyoming before returning Aloha Stadium. To take on New Mexico. 10. People have been indicted in the nationwide bust, where federal prosecutors say the 10 are directly part of the drug activity on the islands. The 10 people are accused of running a drug network between the mainland and Hawaii over the past year, smuggling large quantities of meth. A drug bust is part of a nationwide crackdown called Operation Crystal Shield. The indictment describes a network of suppliers from California in Las Vegas who smuggled meth into the water..
"state education department" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"72 for the high tomorrow, looking good, but then clouding up with a little rain tomorrow night, and it's looking cloudy and cooler with rain around on Friday morning with a high of 62 to wrap up the work week. 67 again right now in Manhattan, douse ahead 508 points now. 27 9 61 almost 28 K territory for the Dow and the NASDAQ is up almost 1.5%. Today. It's a great day for the markets were hearing from Governor Murphy. He's unveiled a new statewide cove in 19 dashboard in New Jersey. Governor says it'll track the number of Corona virus inspections infections. We should say infections in school, creating this. We have balanced transparency in public information with protecting the privacy. Of those in our school communities. We knew as we've been saying, going in that there would be positive cases in our schools, and our overarching aim remains ensuring that our schools Do not themselves become the epicenters of new outbreaks. The state Education Department says so far so good, just minimal disruptions, they say in any identified covert 19 cases, they say, are being quickly dealt with in the schools around the bend My annual top 10 list of study tips, tricks and techniques with CBS on Education. I'm Dr Steve Houston, We're up to number six. This one applies every year and for all students, pandemic or not. But it's especially important for entering college freshmen. The transition from senior year in high school to the first year of college is challenging. I observe it in my own class students were used to daily overnight homework in college. Many professors distribute, of course outline on day one. The first assignment or exam, maybe weeks away. Students mistakenly think they've got all the time in the world than due dates sneak up on them all at once, with disastrous results. Strong suggestion. Get a large desk, calendar or daily agenda. Some elementary and middle schools give these out. Enter deadline's in rent A calendar is an effective way to monitor them, which creep up and can catch you unprepared. Don't delay avoid 11th hour panicked by planning ahead figures. Radio 80. I'm Dr Steve Houston, 1 41 of WCBS. Here's lifestyles on limited founder and CEO, self made multimillionaire and national radio host del Wamsley on getting the information you need to get through this. So you ask yourself. Isn't this the wrong time to get out of the stock market Very well could be, But maybe it might go down and then you ask yourself, man. If I would've had some of that money, I could have used it. People are going to be afraid and the people are in real state that are losing money. You're going to be afraid and they're gonna want to get out. When they do. We're going to be able to go in two by a very advantageous prices. That are going to change our family's future. Quite honestly. So you need information on how to do that. You need to knowledge of how to get through this. You need to get into lifestyles. Right now. Lifestyles Unlimited, has been helping people succeed. Since 1990 join us for our free online real.
"state education department" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Gloria Chapa. Our next report is at 5 51 on 10 10 wins News time 5 42 big vote. Pelino punches from the principal's union this morning, resulting in a no confidence vote for the mayor and the school's chancer, the council of school supervisors and administrators representing over 6400 of the city school leaders. Issuing the vote. Regarding the mayor and the chances they say it's due to their failure to guide the city through the reopening schools of schools during the pandemic. Mark Cannizzaro, CS A president, on the Zoom call today with reporters had this to say members voted unanimously. They felt that this was ness a necessary step to take week. We certainly Will continue to try to work to the best of our ability with the mayor and with the chancellor to make things better, But we just felt that we had to make a public statement at this point because this past week too many too many repeated areas occurred and we need to be able to You know, do better by our folks so that they could do that in my Children. What are they calling for? It will the mayor to seed mayoral control of the department of Ed for the remainder of the health crisis and for the mayor and Chancellor to seek immediate intervention. The New York State Education Department 10 10 wins as email City Hall for a response. To the no confidence vote from the C s A will keep you posted on that wins news time. 5 43. Another run in regarding social distancing rules. Another karaoke place in hot water happened early this morning, deputy sheriff say they found just under 200 people inside, reveling celebrating singing and not Conforming to social distancing rules. We're talking about home run K TV and after hours establishment on Casino Boulevard in Flushing when they arrive, they described in legal social gathering illegal liquor sales, saying patrons We're not wearing masks. We were all issued mask, then cleared out to arrest on several charges, including for owner 44 year old Patrick Yam issued appearance tickets among them violating the mayor's executive order. Meantime, the city is out with new covert numbers this weekend, showing infections or spiking, particularly alarming in certain neighborhoods Graves in Brooklyn, apparently at the top of the list. 6.73% increase followed by mid would've, 5.22% said. According to the Department of Health, the area's accounted for over 23% of new cases citywide over the past two weeks. One graves and resident had this to say I'm in that vulnerable group. Age illnesses. Yes. No..
New York City principals union votes 'no confidence' in de Blasio, Carranza
"Two days to go until elementary schools reopen the heads of the New York City of Principles Union have taken a unanimous no confidence vote against Mayor de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza. They're beef they're handling of their covert time reopening plan. The issues have been ongoing. So, says the president of the Council of School Supervisors and administrators, Mark Cannizzaro. But he says Friday was a turning point with a city giving teachers more leeway to work from home without consulting principles. If something is going to affect The school leaders and how they run their buildings. The first group of people to know about this should be school leaders. Now the union is asking the state education Department to intervene. It would be helpful to have some, you know. Some fresh eyes in here to take a look. No confidence vote has no legal weight on the union says Principles will be in their buildings for the start of school.
"state education department" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
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"state education department" Discussed on WGN Radio
"From six PM Friday through midnight Sunday. There were 39 shooting incident. 59 shooting victim five murders of those 59 victims. Two juvenile, he says. All this has made 78 gun arrest recovered Almost 100 guns total recovered so far this year over 6700. The number of black officers in the Chicago Police Department is probably going to go down as more officers at retirement age. Debra Witz Berg, the city's inspector general for public safety, telling the City Council Public CITIC Safety Committee yesterday. Coming decline is going to be one of the most important considerations moving forward on hiring, recruiting and officer assignments, which Berg says While the percentage of black officers will be going down long term, the percentage of Latin ex officers is likely to rise proportionally. Florida school teachers say it is a win for now. Florida's Education Association sued the State Education Department over an order mandating that schools reopen their classrooms by the end of this month. Yesterday, a Florida judge blocked the descendants Administration push for a return to in person instruction with the pandemic still in the way, saying it's a disregard for public safety is to Monday, the Orange County School board voted to move forward with face to face education, citing, among other things, the threat from the Florida Department of Education. To withhold funding if schools did not reopen. This seemed to be a key issue for the judge who said the order from the state forcing schools to reopen did not give and I quote here meaningful alternatives to having kids back in class mat CBC is Christopher heave a state by the way plans to appeal that ruling. The first night of the Republican National Convention is now in the record books the first night of the Republican National Convention. Feature speeches denouncing Democrats painting a bleak future. Should.
"state education department" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"News starts Now It's eight o'clock. I'm Chan Robinson talking or report this summer the latest numbers from the New Jersey Department of Education, so the majority of schools will be starting the year with the hybrid plant. Combining both in person in remote learning. There are others, though, that are taking a different approach 59 district's plan to reopen toe all in person learning In a current total of 180. Plan to begin their school years in an all remote fashion Governor Murphy says the State Education Department has received a total of 745 returned to school plans. Drugs sold in part in New Jersey, have been part of three trafficking operations, authorities say. Busted up in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia, the investigation taking eight months and netting so far, 20 guns Tens of thousands of doses of fentanyl, cocaine and other drugs and $480,000 in cash. Almost three dozen people have been arrested. Investigation continues after a police involved fatal shooting in Asbury Park Friday night. Officials were called to a two family home on a report of a domestic dispute and found a man armed with 1/9 barricaded in an apartment. It was shot by police and died later at the hospital. False rumors continue to be spread on social media sites, warning drivers about a Jersey state police speeding ticket blitz and JSP Superintendent Colonel Pat Callahan says. If you see several patrol cars on a stretch of highway, they're probably out there enforcing traffic violations. Based upon a program that's usually supported by national highway traffic safety in New Jersey's highway traffic safety, he adds, ticket blintzes and ticket quotas in New Jersey are illegal and simply don't exist. President Trump will make an appearance every night of the Republican National Convention,.
A quarter of New Jersey school districts are starting remote this fall, state figures show
"Numbers from the New Jersey Department of Education, so the majority of schools will be starting the year with the hybrid plant. Combining both in person in remote learning. There are others, though, that are taking a different approach 59 district's plan to reopen toe all in person learning In a current total of 180. Plan to begin their school years in an all remote fashion Governor Murphy says the State Education Department has received a total of 745 returned to school plans.
Schools can reopen if infection level is 5% or lower, Cuomo says
"School districts across the state will get formal guidelines from the state tomorrow on how to reopen in September, but the State Education Department has presented a framework of what will be needed in the district reopening plans education department, says school reopening plans must include guidance on health check social distancing face coverings in p. p. e. in the category of scheduling schools need to come up with a plan for in person, instruction, remote instruction, and a combination of both in the category of. Schools must address the need to provide devices and Internet access to students and teachers who don't have them governor Cuomo says there will be a state formula to determine if it is safe to do so. We're not gonNA use our children. As a litmus test and we'RE NOT GONNA go to put our children in a place. Where their health is endangered, the district's will have until the end of the Monta. Submit their specific
New Jersey schools closed for the rest of the school year
"Schools in New Jersey staying closed for the rest of the academic year of course because coronavirus here is given at least ninety nine out governor Murphy says he decided to keep school buildings closed because it was impossible to re open them in a way that would promote learning while also protecting students and staff from the corona virus we could not guarantee an environment that would not only be safe but fully capable of meeting the educational needs of students in a setting built for social distancing New Jersey joins forty five other states including Pennsylvania and Delaware in closing schools through the rest of the academic year the governor said he empathized with high school seniors and wanted to find ways for them to celebrate graduation either virtually or at a later date Murphy said the state education department was meeting to consider protocols for how the next school year could open Mike denardo KYW
"state education department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"State education department if there is a block of missed time with the one hundred eighty days in the school year requirement be upheld where might that be waived in Norristown Jim Edward K. Y. W. news radio so far barely any snow this winter let's keep it that way not jinx it but potholes are popping up in Brewster New Jersey around dealing with them as we hear from K. Y. W. spike in auto new Jersey's pothole repair crews are out sure we've hardly had snow but state transportation department spokesman Steve Schapiro says you don't need snow for potholes to form they set free start cycle that really can be damaging to our roads when that water seeped into a crack freezes expands and that creates a pothole state crews filled thirty five thousand potholes in January that similar to two years ago last January twenty thousand craters were repaired statewide Shapiro says most work is being done between nine AM and three PM if there's a pothole on your daily commute that you'd like to report Shapiro says to call one eight hundred pot hole with the location Mike denardo KYW newsradio and now K. Y. W. supports the report sponsored by sept that W. I. P. with your sports update wires close so close first place metropolitan this recall second period largely intensified to the sequence that I Travis can X. seven secondary goals and even pro Robert Scott Laughton and one of the third lives now just a point behind the caps in the metropolitan division New York once you're not a big issue down between Villanova and Seton hall the game story okay when I was at bank of the race for first place in the big east by beating your seventy nine seventy seven the Wildcats led by as much as fourteen of the second half the two in the final seconds with a three point shot was the game by miles just nineteen Germain said was a nineteen shot fifty two percent C. seventy nine seventy seven what is your radio not a good night for the rest of the Big Five temple lost at home to Tulsa sixty one fifty one the cell loss to UMass at the goal of seventy five sixty four St Bonaventure's be changes eighty nine seventy three Phil sweater day night doubleheader on Wednesday to beat the pirates in Clearwater the afternoon nine seven Bryce Harper hitting two homers knocking in four runs JT remote to lead off the game with a Homer Aaron nola went the first four innings two runs on four hits the night game at Steinbrenner said even Tampa yanks picked up three runs in the first inning off Nick Pivetta they beat the Phils three two bills get the runs on Jay Bruce's two run Homer from sportsradio ninety four W. I. P. I. rob cherry on K. Y. W. news right Hey this is Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans quicken loans is celebrating our best quarter ever and now we're celebrating some of the lowest refinancing rates ever rates have dropped.
Long Island school to close for rest of school year
"Well not a north port middle school how long island this smell may be coming from a cesspool outside one of the classrooms and it's nauseating potentially to blame for migraines nose bleeds and fatigue among students and teachers there is a big concern of our elevated levels of mercury and recent samples of the soil also showed elevated levels of benzene it's a chemical known to cause cancer the school will close for the rest of the year beginning Tuesday state senator James gore and has two kids who went there and will push for funding in the upcoming state budget to help out with relocation I think this has to be factor because these are additional emergency because of that the school district is going to have to face I'm also going to talk to people at the state education department to see if there may be some emergency funds available there parents will learn more about the relocation plan Thursday
"state education department" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The state education department with the new superintendent, I'm bored July first Kalamazoo school super Michael rice elected by the state board this past week. Interim state superintendent Sheila Alice says were office will prepare rice for the challenges ahead such funding student achievement as well. This teacher recruitment and retention because we hear from our districts that it is a challenge to defined teachers and to hire teachers we want to be able to provide financial resources want to be able to provide professional development as a resource and the other classroom tools that teachers need to be effective in their jobs. Now, those has filled in following the death last year of state superintendent, Brian Wisden a debate that seems to crop up every year giving schools the ability to start classes before Labor Day. And as we hear from WW Jalen bureau chief Tim scuba could finally get a vote in Lansing this week. Michigan schools would love to have the option to open before Labor Day. But the tourism industry has fought that successfully over the years and placed a block on that new legislation. Just cleared a house committee, pending on the four and the sponsor says this is just the right thing to do what the wrong in this one. This would be up to local schools to decide when they started their school. You'll. In the fall right now in August. You got your sports team to practicing the marching bands practicing. They're already at the school. There's just not in the classroom learning. And so if a school wants to make the decision to start class earlier, I think they should have that ability expected other battle between the tourism industry and the schools.
"state education department" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"The state education department of preliminary list of teachers who called out sick to protest in Frankfort sick out across the state during the legislative session for schools to close with JCP CPS closing six times over a two week period. Education Commissioner Wayne Lewis sent a letter to ten school districts earlier this month asking for the names high profile attorney Michael avenue is used to being in the press. But he may not like these headlines correspondent Steve Futterman says avenue is facing federal charges for alleged extortion, and embezzlement Michael ever nutty is free today on three hundred thousand dollars bond last night as he was released ever nutty said he is highly confident that went all of the evidence is laid bare that I will be fully exonerated faces. Federal judge. Both in New York end here in Los Angeles in New York, he is charged with extortion. This was an old fashioned shakedown. That's US. Attorney. Jeffrey Berman Evanston. He is accused of trying to extort more than twenty million dollars from Nike by threatening to damage the company's reputation here in LA is accused of Bank fraud and wire fraud. Steve Futterman reporting from Los Angeles a man accused of shooting a Louisville metro police officer has pleaded guilty. Jakulan Crowley pleaded guilty to shooting and injuring officer Kyle Carol in two thousand sixteen the plea deal. Coming on the same day of Crowley's trial was expected to start Crowley got an eighteen year prison sentence that starts immediately low evolve is preparing to host the next round of March madness. The NCWA south regional court was installed Monday in approximately four hours. The court was made specifically for March madness KFC Yelm center general manager, Eric Grainger tells W okay, why they're pretty pumped..
"state education department" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"I watched a broken man last night I didn't. You can only garner so much outrage about someone who just looked like he was coming apart. But here again, it's not because he intended to do that. You you've been on on Ed. He can't help himself in that regard. No. That's just in the person. It's not. It's not like a conscious decision. And that's why say, I think an interesting see what Mesa about whether they were afraid that the relationship was going to? No, I don't think that listen rocky. When enough people tell you, you are great and you have a resume to prove it, and there enough sycophants up in in that state, some of whom have spoken out on Facebook and other places you do believe it and, and by the way, no one really wanted to see urban Meyer walkout yesterday, especially that president, although the president to me miss the opportunity of his career to face urban in that board down by saying, you know what? If you wanna walk, see you later buddy. I don't know. Maybe that was I don't know if that was set or not, but you know here we'll probably find out your point is one. I think. I think it was the beginning of the end and I, I don't think anyone can exactly predict when it will be, but this is starting to remind me of December two thousand nine all over again. Thank you for the call. Thank you very, very much. Edgar in the Bronx. You're on the air. Hi, Paul, I'm educative from the state of New York, and as I was if I fail to report any of abuse or even put you in covering up any type of Beauce I will be fired. Now, higher state is a public university, so could ever mind be considered a Stephen ploy and therefore should the state education -partment department of Ohio becoming in because to me, the defect that they had three independent investigators, three, eight house investigators that resolve conflict of interest. And I think that the. State education departments to come in and review this whole situation. Do you feel about this? Yeah, that's one of the interesting parts of this is I saw John John casick the other day, the governor of Ohio. He offered. How how he's pulling for urban. I mean, I really wonder, is anyone in Ohio speaking out about this today? That is an excellent point. I heard it outside of people that work at ESPN and other publications. I've yet to hear anyone speak out. Right. 'cause I you, I grabbed the report and I understand that the SE debris really doesn't beat really stepping has in those wait here to step in. But the state education department of Ohio since it's a public university when someone has that been. Percent correction, the state education department it come in and say, wait a minute. What's going on here? He he failed to report abuse or domestic violence or allegations, or whatever the the reports wants to come out with and Hakko nobody from the from Ohio State. Even if they come in and said, hey, we need to take a look at this and it just tell her, but my, you know what we're gonna put you on this up until the state investigation is concluded. So we do, I wanna this is concluded. So I wanted to know how you feel about that as well. I agree. It wasn't a fair point. We're gonna find out some of the things that we don't know in a minute we're going to him. I think he's knowledgeable at any person up there. He's covers this not from a distance like we are, but from close, he covers it for the local paper in Columbus, he is on deck, stick around listening to Paul finebaum show podcast. We are back and one guest. I've really been eager to chat with. Today is Tim, May we've had him on many many times during this. He's been at the Columbus dispatch for about forty years. He's covered this beat for about thirty five and probably in all that time, Tim, you've covered some crazy stories. I guess. From the beginning of your career with Woody Hayes to Jim tressel to this, how surreal was last night..
Thomas Markle Accuses Meghan Markle and Royal Family of Cutting Him Off
"Sixty connectors to the southbound seven. Ten Malibu panga canyon boulevard remains shut down both directions between PCH panga road tuna. Canyon road Las Flores or Malibu canyon as alternates there diamond bar the real work continues on the eastbound sixty from fairway drive to brea canyon taken out the two right lanes just stay to the left you. Should be okay as, traffic is light through the area at this time your next report eight twenty five I'm wolf Slater with more traffic reports more often KNX ten seventy NewsRadio sunshine along the coast. This afternoon highs right about seventy seven degrees eighty eight for l. a. o. c. metro areas closer to ninety five For the valley's, ninety nine for the e one oh five for the, high desert and eighty five four the mountains going through the afternoon and into Monday and Tuesday is going. To be very muggy we will have afternoon showers. And thunderstorms across the mountains and high desert highs Monday Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday remaining in the upper seventies along. The coast upper eighties to about ninety for the basin mid to upper nineties for the Bally's hovering close to one hundred for the i., e. about one zero three two one zero five for the high desert and eighty five for the mountains with southern California's. Most accurate and dependable forecast. I'm CBS to meteorologist Craig Herrera KNX ten seventy NewsRadio is seventy four degrees in riverside Ontario is at seventy six and in Santa Monica. Sixty eight hazy sunshiny. Degrees at eight seventeen because of a lawsuit filed by. A Starbucks employee against that company. Hourly workers throughout California may be getting a small boost in pay the California Supreme Court has ruled employees must be paid for those few extra minutes they regularly put in doing work related tasks off the clock The scope of this decisions very broad it can apply to innumerable activities in this particular case it was manager who. Locked up but then was compelled by company rule to walk the employee's out to, their, cars, to ensure their personal safety and to hang around long enough to ensure that the employees had left, the premises and employers are going to. Have to ensure that these extra minutes that are regularly kicked up recorded, professor Kerry fields with US's Marshall school of business says that could be a really expensive administrative Burnham Starbucks spokesperson says an. Email they're disappointed with the court's. Decision Claudia Peschiera KNX ten seventy NewsRadio the high school. Graduation rate dropped in the Los Angeles school district add across the state for the two thousand sixteen seventeen school year more than seventy six percent of LA unified. Students did graduate but that's down from more than seventy seven percent. Just a year before education officials say they're not worried they claim the decrease is. From changing the method to figure out the rate deputy superintendent Charac Ashley with the. State education department tells, Canucks there are some positives with, these latest numbers so we do track and we do report students that meet the requirements to become eligible for the university of California or the California State University programs and those numbers did increase Ashley also says the dropout rate went down to about nine percent Meghan Markle's father says he's tired of his Royal inlaws putting. Strain on his relationship with his famous daughter Thomas Markle tells the Daily Mail of London the actress, turned duchess has become cold and. Is ungrateful for all he's done for her he blames the Royal family accusing them of cutting off contact with his daughter as punishment for staging paparazzi photos and for speaking to the media it appears that late Hollywood actress Carrie, Fisher isn't done.
Two Pipe Creek Township firefighters killed in Grant Co. plane crash
"President putin welcome at the white house i'm jacky quin with an ap news minute russian officials say when president trump and putin spoke by phone last month the us president extended an invitation for a white house visit our saga megani reports the white house spokeswoman sarah sanders says the president did invite putin to washington the executive mansion was among several potential venues they discussed a powerful earthquake has hit el salvador it's a five point nine but no early reports of major damage to planes collided at an airfield in marion indiana one was landing a smaller plane was taking off that plane struck the larger aircraft crashed and caught on fire killing the pilot and passenger six thousand pounds of food and supplies are headed to the international space station the spacex rocket launched a supply ship on a two and a half day journey i'm jackie quinn a new state law let's teachers in indiana keep teaching kids the right stuff it says schools can continue to teach cursive writing if they want the legislature just approved a new law that allows schools to teach students how to write in cursive as an optional class some legislators wanted to make it mandatory but that was voted down the times in northwest indiana reports that state education officials made cursive lessons optional seven years ago about twenty percent of the schools were teaching cursive even without a law explicitly authorizing it according to a state education department survey last year an asterisk by the saudi led coalition near yemen's red seaport of hodeidah killed at least fourteen people on monday according to a senior health official the strike hit a compound housing displaced people in the town of alhami where at least eight women and five goals were among those killed the saudi led coalition has been at war with iran allied who rebels for more than three years a conflict that has killed more than ten thousand people and devastated the arab world's poorest country saudi led airstrikes have killed thousands of civilians and destroyed hospitals schools and markets saudi arabia has repeatedly accused iran of supplying the rebels with missiles and other arms accusations denied by tehran a leading human rights group on monday called on saudi arabia to lift its blockade on yemen and for the.
Martin Luther King anniversary: the US Civil Rights Trail
"The winner is here she is probably you know getting seeking financial and legal advice i'm jacky civil rights leader martin luther king junior is being honored this week during the fiftieth anniversary of his assassination in memphis participants include his daughter former us attorney eric holder and civil rights leader the reverend jesse jackson jackson in memphis on monday says king's speech on april third one thousand nine hundred sixty eight seem to foretell his death the following day the mountaintop i may not get i remember ministers minimum crying it was interesting done them king was supporting striking sanitation workers when he came to memphis to lead a peaceful march he was talking with friends on the balcony of the lorraine motel on april fourth when he was struck by a rifle bullet and killed former united nations ambassador andrew young was there and describes the gruesome scene the bullet had knocked him out of his shoes and i ran up in there he was laying in his own blood with his whole spinal cord exposed clara esther also witnessed it to lay there with his eyes open looking toward heaven get saying the promised land and he may not get there with us but he promised that we as a people we'll see museums and activists have organized three days of marches speeches and conferences to remember king and his legacy a new state law let's teachers in indiana keep teaching kids the right stuff it's a schools can continue to teach cursive writing if they want the legislature just approved a new law that allows schools to teach students how to write in cursive as an optional class some legislators wanted to make it mandatory but that was voted down the times in northwest indiana reports that state education officials made cursive lessons optional seven years ago about twenty percent of the schools were teaching cursive even without a law explicitly authorizing it according to state education department survey last year ethiopia sworn in a young an outspoken leader who is elected prime minister amid hopes he will be able to quell antigovernment protests that have rocked the country i'll be matches forty two was elected by ethiopia's parliament to succeed highly martyrdom desa leeann resigned in mid february as a result of widespread protests that have taken the.
"state education department" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Halacha which is jewish law and some hasidic philosophy all of it taught in yiddish and again a mix of hebrew in aramaic which is the original language of those texts there was no secular education whatsoever not even what most people wouldn't even consider secular education right i often tell people we didn't we got very little secular education they tell me what did you learn i say english and arithmetic they say that's not secular education well now give me an example aside from the the not being ignorant of what am molecule i was which is pretty telling give me an example of some aspects of secular education that you were deprived of growing up well you know it's a good place to start is really what new york state law requires non public schools to teach so there's a law article sixty five section thirty two four i just always liked to put it out there so people can look at they know this is the law this is not what we hope for an education exactly let me actually elaborate on that because oftentimes when i complain about the poor education i received people say well you know it's private schools they can do whatever they write a lot of our listeners are going to say the same and i need to need to quickly set the record straight no there's a law and it makes sense just like the other laws trying to prevent different forms of neglect of child neglect the same is for educational neglect educational laws to prevent educational neglect so the kids could grow up knowing something being able to either pursue higher education or to to pursue a job and so forth so the law already requires non public schools to provide an education that is substantially equivalent to public schools the law elaborate that you need to teach english math science civics and so forth the new york state education department guidelines elaborate even further they clearly spell out what you need to teach in grades one through six grade seven and eight and then high school and it requires so many different subjects of which we received either very little just like i said the english arithmetic or none at all let me one example so well like i said we only learn ninety minutes of basic english and arithmetic that consisted of the very basics you.
"state education department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Radio 1030 here in boston will carry live coverage of the president's speech starting at nine o'clock tomorrow night that speech will be followed by massachusetts congressman joe kennedy that third who will deliver the democratic response and don't chatrier dial tomorrow night nights side with dan ray will be all about the speeches with many analysts and experts talked in part in the discussion as well as your phone calls as well phone full analysis following tomorrow night's speech in other news today the massachusetts board of elementary and secondary education may vote today on who to recommend as the next commissioner lauren school superintendent jeffrey riley is one of three finalists for the job overseeing the state's public schools the other two finalists are anjelica involuntary greem she's the deputy commissioner of the office of instructional support p twelve in the new york state education department the other contender is pennies schwen chief deputy commissioner of academics and the texas education agency board members are discussing the candidates right now as we speak though them vote to recommend their pick to education secretary james peiser who has the final say and in other news were following today super bowl fifty two and now it's often minnesota were the festivities for super bowl fifty two you have officially kicked off minnesota vikings owner ziggy wolf rolled out a very big welcomes reviewer experience house without rush through arms food architecture outdoor activities and a vibrant very vibrant community now wolves the vikings missed out on the super bowl after losing to the eagle's their patriot are now on route to minnesota here where the team had to say at their foxborough sendoff rally that report just ahead on the wbz midday news and by the way a joint as all this week for full coverage of super bowl fifty two wbz's adam.
"state education department" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"By the state education department and no agency regulates are overseas them police say the family has lived in that home for about three years in deplorable conditions the iowa commission of veterans affairs is holding a special day at the state capital this morning at 10am they'll be opening ceremonies and speeches as we ask our veterans to go visit their their senators or their representatives with our eleven initiative so we have put together to the commission that david excuse me daniel gamut chairman of the commission he said following those talks veterans will have access to resources by those who support them in iowa so all taking place it's in the capitol rotunda everyone is invited legislative leaders have hired a human resources person to draft new training and rules dealing with sexual harassment in the workplace the person who reviewed the sexual harassment case against the iowa senate and drafted proposals for lawmakers says she knows that it's going to take the buy in from all groups in the state house having been a human resources person i don't think you can just say to her okay do this because without the support of the leadership of all of these group she can write be perfect policy and nothing will happen former ambassador senate president mary kramer making her comments the wha radios jeff angelo on tuesday some workers at rockwell collins in cedar rapids will be losing their jobs wendy wild explains why more than a hundred people who currently work at the rockwell collins fabrication operations facility in cedar rapids will be out of work by the spring of 2019 the company announced that fabrication operations been seeing financial losses for several years and the company doesn't see any long term turnaround according to the company plans to shut down fabrication operations started before the pending united technologies acquisition was announced in september of last year the workers will have a chance to apply for other openings in the company i'm wendy wild there's an effort underway to iowa government red tape right now it would take one person about 563 hours more than fourteen weeks to read all of iowa's regulations in to end by will go kim reynolds says a study by george mason university found the state's regulations are hurting economic growth iowa law requires a review of state regular every five years the governor said the state.
"state education department" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Stabbed two of them in such a brutal manner is reprehensible and i do denounce you i also want to denounce the former thank goodness i could say former health and human services secretary tom price i don't know what planet this guy is on that he thought it was acceptable to rack up four hundred thousand dollars worth of chartered flights and stick the taxpayers with the bill this is reprehensible this is the swamp that we were seeking to drain tom price i'm glad you're gone and i do denounce you may be late later not to repeat what i was saying about these met players maybe of tom price was a little bit more worried about getting congress to repeal and replace obamacare instead of taking four hundred thousand dollars worth of flights at taxpayer expense maybe we'd be in a little bit better situation and then finally i want to denounce the state education department which is doing a lousy job investigating plant complaints against nurses this is according to an audit by the state controller time the napoli now indianapolis or by auditors have found that even though the if you ever an investigation of a priority one complain which can include offenses like sexual misconduct practicing under the influence of alcohol physical abuse serious stuff it's supposed to be completed this complaints supposed to be completed in forty two days well on average according to the auditors in.
"state education department" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Accuweather 4day forecast overnight mostly cloudy skies low sixty three tomorrow clouds will give way to some sun low humidity pretty nice in the afternoon high seventy eight wednesday night increasing cloudiness low sixty seven thursday more humid with intervals of clouds and sun high 82 a few showers and thunderstorms around at night friday mostly cloudy and humid with periods of rain and a thunderstorm watch for flooding high eighty it 68 degrees cloudy in new york humidity 75 percent wins northeast at seven gusting to twenty one wins news time nine oh sex several members of the city council today called on to hit and run drivers in the city to turn themselves in they didn't have to die city lawmakers demanding the surrender of two hit and run drivers cancel naval knocked trager recalls 18yearold alejandro tell our great student respectful kid he says tela was crossing on his skateboard near avenue team when he was struck in the driver left this theme in ramirez was riding is a bike on franklin street when he was killed by a private carding truck ad council member stealing levin says we cannot allow what happened to that tally ramirez he something that we're immune to the council is considering proposals for amber type alerts after hit and runs and reward money julia pop i 10 10 wins in green point the new york state education department has announced that a question on the geometry regions to not have one clear and correct answer and the tests should be restored to give all students credit the mistake was discovered by a long island teenager according to new.