35 Burst results for "State School"

Student Loans (MM #4060)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Student Loans (MM #4060)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. There has been a lot of talk in recent years about the government for giving student loan debt. They're really pushing the Biden administration to do something about it. And while there's talk, I'm not quite sure what's going to happen. And to be honest with you, I don't know how I feel. Like everybody who went to college, I had loans. Luckily for me, I guess, most of mine were actually grants, because my father was unemployed throughout much of my college years. I got scholarships, but did have to take out a loan my senior year and couldn't get one through the school. So I had to finagle my way to a loan and let me tell you, I paid dearly for it for years, paying something at the time of like 20, 30% interest. I paid it off. Luckily, it was 1980s dollars, so it wasn't so bad, but kids with crippling debt today, I understand the frustration. For me, it depends on the college they go to. There are lots of great state schools that people just don't want to consider. So instead, they go to the expensive ones. And maybe that's what we have to look at. Why did you go to the school you went to? Were there any other options? I know it's not going to work that way, but I'm kind of confused. And I really don't know where I stand.

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Student Loans (MM #4060)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Student Loans (MM #4060)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. There has been a lot of talk in recent years about the government for giving student loan debt. They're really pushing the Biden administration to do something about it. And while there's talk, I'm not quite sure what's going to happen. And to be honest with you, I don't know how I feel. Like everybody who went to college, I had loans. Luckily for me, I guess, most of mine were actually grants, because my father was unemployed throughout much of my college years. I got scholarships, but did have to take out a loan my senior year and couldn't get one through the school. So I had to finagle my way to a loan and let me tell you, I paid dearly for it for years, paying something at the time of like 20, 30% interest. I paid it off. Luckily, it was 1980s dollars, so it wasn't so bad, but kids with crippling debt today, I understand the frustration. For me, it depends on the college they go to. There are lots of great state schools that people just don't want to consider. So instead, they go to the expensive ones. And maybe that's what we have to look at. Why did you go to the school you went to? Were there any other options? I know it's not going to work that way, but I'm kind of confused. And I really don't know where I stand.

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Student Loans (MM #4060)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Student Loans (MM #4060)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. There has been a lot of talk in recent years about the government for giving student loan debt. They're really pushing the Biden administration to do something about it. And while there's talk, I'm not quite sure what's going to happen. And to be honest with you, I don't know how I feel. Like everybody who went to college, I had loans. Luckily for me, I guess, most of mine were actually grants, because my father was unemployed throughout much of my college years. I got scholarships, but did have to take out a loan my senior year and couldn't get one through the school. So I had to finagle my way to a loan and let me tell you, I paid dearly for it for years, paying something at the time of like 20, 30% interest. I paid it off. Luckily, it was 1980s dollars, so it wasn't so bad, but kids with crippling debt today, I understand the frustration. For me, it depends on the college they go to. There are lots of great state schools that people just don't want to consider. So instead, they go to the expensive ones. And maybe that's what we have to look at. Why did you go to the school you went to? Were there any other options? I know it's not going to work that way, but I'm kind of confused. And I really don't know where I stand.

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California, Oregon, Washington to drop school mask mandates

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

California, Oregon, Washington to drop school mask mandates

"New York state's school mask mandate ends today but not for New York city's more than one million school children democratic governor Kathy ogle gave cobit rates in CDC guidance as the reason when announcing Sunday but is leaving it up to municipalities to decide their own time table New York city's mayor says the school math mandate can be lifted next Monday if code numbers remain low the milestone two years in the making comes as much of the country relaxes public health orders Connecticut New Jersey Delaware Massachusetts and others recently made similar adjustments to ease restrictions for schools California Oregon and Washington lift their school mask mandate March twelfth Julie Walker New York

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 Judge nixes challenge to ban on Florida school mask mandates

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Judge nixes challenge to ban on Florida school mask mandates

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting a judge nixes a challenge to Florida's ban on school mask mandates a judge on Friday dismissed a challenge from several school districts to Florida's ban on coronavirus mask mandates in state schools administrative judge Brian A. Newman rejected a challenge from school officials in Miami Dade Leon duvall orange Broward and watch what counties the judge found the administration of governor Ron DeSantis was within its authority to impose the rule the school districts filed a notice to appeal the ruling hi

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Judge Rules Florida School Districts May Impose Mask Mandates

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 9 months ago

Judge Rules Florida School Districts May Impose Mask Mandates

"For Florida Governor Rhonda Santa's A judge rules that the states school districts may impose mask mandates. Leon County Circuit Judge John Cooper agrees with a group of parents who claim in a lawsuit that the Santos's ban is unconstitutional and cannot be enforced. The governor's order gay parents the sole right to decide if their child wears a mask at school, at least 10, Florida school boards had already voted to defy the Santas. And imposed mass requirements with no parental opt out. D C is

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Leon County And Santa discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 9 months ago

Leon County And Santa discussed on AP News Radio

"That challenges in order by the governor the blocks school districts from mandating mask wearing in schools a Leon county circuit judge was asked to dismiss a lawsuit that challenges governor run to see it diss ban against mask mandates and other restrictions the judge refused to dismiss the case meaning a three day hearing can begin next week five of the state school districts are defying the governor's order mandating masks unless there's a medical reason against it earlier governor to Santa spoke out against forcing masks on young children the facial expressions their ability to breed all these things are affected

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Watershed Music Festival linked to more than 160 COVID-19 cases throughout two states

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:19 sec | 9 months ago

Watershed Music Festival linked to more than 160 COVID-19 cases throughout two states

"Linked to a country music festival in eastern Washington. The watershed festival drew more than 20,000 fans to the gorge Amphitheater. And now there are 160 cases of Covid confirmed within 11 counties, all linked to that event organizers. Had encouraged attendees to get vaccinated before attending the state schools

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Mask Mandates Could Cost Florida School Officials Their Salaries

The Other Side of Midnight

00:15 sec | 10 months ago

Mask Mandates Could Cost Florida School Officials Their Salaries

"Ron DeSantis on Monday moved to punish local officials who ignore his executive order. Which prohibits mask mandates in the state schools to scientists recommended the Florida Department of Education withhold the salaries of school board members who implement the mask rules.

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Maryland Launches $1 Million COVID-19 Vaccination Scholarship Program

Leo Laporte

00:21 sec | 10 months ago

Maryland Launches $1 Million COVID-19 Vaccination Scholarship Program

"Program, urging young people to get vaccinated. Kids between 12 and 17 years old, who get vaccinated in the state are eligible and automatically entered winners selected randomly, and we'll get $50,000 scholarships to any public in state school. Lionel Moy ease ABC News. Mike. I understand you need the car. Carly's

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States, Schools, Businesses Offering Incentives As Vaccination Rates Fall

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

States, Schools, Businesses Offering Incentives As Vaccination Rates Fall

"From businesses to states more incentives are being offered for getting covert nineteen vaccines about half of American adults are now fully vaccinated but vaccination rates have been dropping Delaware's now offering everything from cash prizes to scholarships Colorado residents can win a million dollars for getting the shots some school districts are giving away prom tickets and then there's United Airlines they're giving away two round trip first class tickets to anywhere in the world White House virus response advisory the slab it knows some people may think the incentives are a bit much I say anything that ends the pandemic it's time for us to pull out now he says for those on the fence there's a lot out there we have protection from the virus isn't enough incentive fund whatever reason you want to get vaccinated Sager mag ani Washington

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Ep 50: The Church of Englands influence over education [TEST]

National Secular Society Podcast

01:26 min | 1 year ago

Ep 50: The Church of Englands influence over education [TEST]

"One school that. I were attacked. They were little pads. On each table. Prayer jelly babies and samantha. Sorry jedi baby or all these types of things get into children and make it difficult for them to kick against the and they want to be good and they to go along with that and they want to believe that these things are true. Listening to pursued fifty of the national secular society podcast produced by the puck. If you many adults today that they would send their children to touch england's school they would probably say yes. Cb schools are often well established and have a reputation for providing high quality education often to. They're the new up shoot in commuting distance. But it's the influence of the church of england along with tila strokes and other legislation is always so benign. The evidence presented in two reports recently published by the national secular society suggests otherwise in particular syndicates that in recent years the church of england has been quietly gaining greater influence over state schools. Even those that are not fiscal. One of the nss is reports on. This topic is entitled. Religiosity inspections the case against faith-based inspections of states it studies the impact of mandatory inspections on pace goes by sponsoring religious group and presents the key arguments polishing such inspections. One of my guests on this episode. Matthew hill contributed to this report. My guest chris. Elway rachel

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Arizona's Tom Horne Seeks Return as State Schools Chief

Russell & Hunter

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Arizona's Tom Horne Seeks Return as State Schools Chief

"Remember the name Tom Horn? Will. He's officially launched his political comeback or his attempt to and he wants his old job back. Former Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne wants to be superintendent of public instruction. He jumped into the race for schools chief yesterday or in previously held the office from 2003 to 2011. He launched his campaign on a platform of returning to English. Mission over bilingual education and banning lessons on critical race theory and ethnic studies. Current Superintendent of Public Instruction Democrat Cathy Hoffman announced last month she seeking re election. Greg

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The Latest: Washington state schools soon to be full-time

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Washington state schools soon to be full-time

"Since they are now eligible to get a corona virus shot kids twelve to fifteen are rolling up their sleeves fourteen year old they've accrued singer in New Orleans says the shop will let her see people smiles on their faces it's not scary it does not hurt and it's such a relief fourteen year old Jesse Pollock was one of the first to get a shot in New York City I just want everything in New York to visit as possible we've been trying to get back to normal life again his mom Deborah says it's a step in the right direction now that all four of us are vaccinated all feel a little bit more comfortable doing things like having my mom does it travel you know going to restaurants even Pfizer's vaccine has been used for months of people sixteen and older I'm a Donahue

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Most MA Elementary School Students Return To In-Person Learning Monday, Boston Excluded

WBZ Overnight News

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Most MA Elementary School Students Return To In-Person Learning Monday, Boston Excluded

"Learning. However, as we hear from WBC's James RoHaas, who joins us live the two largest district's are Still waiting to return. Good morning, James. Good morning, Jim. So a fraction of the state school districts have been given a waiver to delay fully in personal learning, including Boston and Worcester. But for the rest of the state, the majority of students K through fifth are returning to the classroom today, remote learning will be phased out for those six through eight at the end of this month. High school school students students still still waiting waiting for for an an official official return return date. date. But But the the phasing phasing out out of of remote remote learning learning comes comes as as there's there's an an increase increase in in the the number number of of covert covert 19 19 cases cases reported reported at at schools schools last last week week over over 800 new cases were identified in students and nearly 250 among school staff. But state and public health officials say they believe transmission is not occurring in schools, but rather when those students are out with friends or family. James RoHaas, WBZ, Boston's news radio and at 502. Also, beginning

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"Significant tornadoes" still possible after storms pound South

America's First News Show

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

"Significant tornadoes" still possible after storms pound South

"Of more tornadoes overnight and into Thursday across the deep South had forecasters advising residents toe take precautions after a wave of storms pounded the region throughout the day Wednesday, leaving a trail of destruction. Scattered severe thunderstorms are expected today for portions of eastern Georgia through the Carolinas into extreme Southeast Virginia. According to the National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center, nearly all of South Carolina's under moderate risk of severe storms, the forecast as a number of the state school systems Having classes canceled students and teachers. Some of the meeting online more school systems are expected to call off in person classes.

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Los Angeles Unified Schools To Resume In-Person Instruction By End Of April

Tim Conway Jr.

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Los Angeles Unified Schools To Resume In-Person Instruction By End Of April

"Has been reached between the L. A unified school district and United teachers L. A How to reopen schools for in person instruction. And Superintendent Austin Buechner and you tell a president Announced in a joint statement Tuesday night. That's tonight. Preschools, elementary schools and services for students with learning differences and disabilities. Set to reopen by mid April and secondary schools. Said to resume in person instruction by the end of May of April. Agreement provides for the opening of schools when Los Angeles County is in the red tear, according to state school guidelines. And that all staff have access to covert vaccine and that the schools are kept clean and safe. Right. So 91% voted Friday. To stay out of school, and now they came to an agreement on Tuesday. So a quick

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Senate passes Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill

News, Traffic and Weather

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Senate passes Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill

"For millions of Americans facing financial hardship amid the pandemic after a 24 make that a 25 hour marathon session and included dozens of votes on last minute amendments Saturday to Senate did approve the covert relief bill of what followed party lines, with moderate Democratic Senator Joe Manchin voting to support the $1.9 trillion package. But Republicans as you heard on ABC moments ago, remained united against the plan. The package now heads the house. If it passes there, it would then bring President Joe Biden a big A legislative win. The bill includes among things billions of dollars in aid for state's schools and small businesses, plus direct $1400 payments. Too many Americans. 7

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"state school" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"state school" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Sports in the state's schools and universities. LGBT Q advocacy group Human Rights campaign is condemning anti transgender bills in Mississippi and other states in the NHL. The Islanders lost to the Penguins in a shootout in the NBA and the Celtics and Warriors. One global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick. Take Howard by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries on Michael Barr, and this is Bloomberg, Amy All right. Thank you. Michael. It is 5 48 on Wall Street. We're live from the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studios. This is Bloomberg Daybreak while Disney returned to profit, thanks to Disney plus subscription growth, shooting past estimates, with nearly 95 million paid subscribers. Let's talk about it with consumer analyst who know Moby with C F. R a Thanks so much for taking the time with us this morning won't get right into the success of Disney, Plus nearly 95 million subscribers. Estimates had it closer to 91 million. It took years for Netflix to get to these numbers. What's the drive here? Good morning, Damien. Thanks for having me. So, yes, I think Disney Plus is blowing their way all expectations here, and I think what's really remarkable is the speed that they are really, um, you know, accelerating in a little over one year of lunch. One metric that we find really, you know, interesting is that even though they didn't report it, we sense that the there's a fairly high conversion rate of promotional into paid subscriber. That's always something you want to keep an eye on for You know, for a new service like that. It's trying to stand up people. And, more importantly, the free prom direct to consumer, you know offerings, which also includes, as you Know who Lou and ESPN. Plus, they are really on pace. Torto really accelerate and potentially exceed the guidance. The company is looking for about 300 to 350 million by fiscal 2024. We think they're well ahead of that pace. Now. I mean that affinity for Disney programming is really out of the charts, and it's pretty clear the cove in 19. Lockdown has really accelerated. You know those trends. So do you think that's sustainable? What has to happen for Disney to continue this? Well, I think what has to happen. Amy is for them to continue to, you know, kind of, you know, roll out the premier and outstanding content that they have across their properties. Marvel Star Wars, you know, picture and you see the launch of Disney, The Star branded Disney Streaming off friend. As just, you know, gaining some traction as we speak. They're gonna be launching a couple dozen markets in next couple of weeks accelerating from there and you mentioned that states remember next week right now is in 190 countries. Easily. Plus, it is just a little over two dozen countries as we speak, so there is a tremendous runway. We think for them to ultimately potentially catch up to Netflix and become one of the winners in this Rapidly evolve in space into the very briefly. Disney's theme parks, As you said, took a hard hit from the pandemic. How much is this going to help make up for that? Yeah, I think it's in parks, actually, ironically, came in better than expected. And I'm gonna CEO alluded to the fact that the vaccines development is going to be the huge swing factor so we think it parks A zoo, much as anyone else out. There is really well positioned to benefit from the white spread acceleration of vaccines, if taking some really decent protocols in the consumer sense of responding to those in and we're seeing that already the attendants and potentially significant pent up demand that we know the parks will benefit from All right, Consumer analyst. You know, Moby with CFR A Thank you. Always a pleasure. And Disney shares are up 1.3% in early trading. Karen, right, Jamie. Thank you. It is five of 51 on Wall Street. It's time for the Bloomberg Law Report is brought to you by American Arbitration Association. International trade or business is for you to resolve faster with the International Center for Dispute Resolution. The leader in alternative dispute resolution around the world I cdr dot org's Back to our top story now. Donald Trump's lawyers present their defense today in a second impeachment trial and were told they may on Lee need one day for their arguments for more in the trial so far, and what we may hear from the defense today, Bloomberg's doing Grasso speaks to Jimmy Gurule E. A professor at Notre Dame Law School. According to Bloomberg Sources. Trump's impeachment team intends to lean heavily on his use of the words peacefully and patriotic Lee in the speech. Does that mixed message? Help the defense? Well, I think you got to take that statement. You need to examine that statement in its totality, and so you can examine it and isolation. We know that the president at the rally before the assault on the capital, he spoke for approximately 70 minutes and during that 70 minute presentation. The word peaceful was used once by the president. But at the same time during that 70 minute speech by the president, he used attack he used. You gotta be strong. I mean, he used language that conveyed to his followers that he wanted them to act in a very aggressive, forceful way to stop the certification of the election, So I think it's a relatively weak argument. 2.21 word in a 70 minutes, speech and sail that vindicates the president. Therefore, he never intended for his followers to act in a violent or aggressive way when the other evidence which I think is quite overwhelming is to the contrary. And so I think the president's lawyers are going to do the best they can. Of course, they're gonna seize on that one term or that one sentence in the 70 minute speech. They're gonna try to make a big deal out of it. But I think that the Reverence, imploring his followers to act in this violent way really offsets this claim that his intent was only for a peaceful demonstration..

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"state school" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"state school" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Katya our news you can head to Katie Jr dot com. To find Phoenix is free, rapid testing locations and learn Maura about their efforts. Katie a. Our eyes and education, the state's public schools. Chief under state of education address. Asked for more funding. She also stresses the need for the state to get the spread of covert 19 under control so that all schools can reopen. It's clear in her remarks that she understands the goals educators have for the students and the pressures that they're under during this pandemic. Joe Thomas with the Arizona Education Association says there are teachers who want to return to their classrooms but don't want to sacrifice safety. State School superintendent Cathy Hoffman joins the MIC broom head show in just a few moments. Now let's get a check of traffic as we head live to the Valley Chevy dealers. Traffic Center. Here's Monica Read. Well, Jeff on. I 17 have got some slowing south bound between Dunlap and Bethany home. We had a crash it Bethany home. It was blacking three lanes, but they got it really quickly And that is now out of the way. South bound 17, also some slowing from Seventh Avenue to Seventh Street. Now westbound. I 10. There is an accident where a car hit another and spun around. This is I 10 westbound past the 43rd Avenue on ramp and it is off to the right one. The one you got some slowing between Seventh Avenue and seven Street. And an accident. 16 Street in Indian school. This support brought to you by Arizona State University Enterprise marketing hub with the nation's most innovative university. Working for you. It's time to look forward to. What's next. Learn more at a s U dot e d u slash next. I'm Monica Read Katie Our news Cloudy this morning with showers and we are getting showers here now at our studios later this afternoon Partly cloudy with.

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"state school" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"state school" Discussed on KTOK

"State school superintendent Joy Hoffmeister says Cove in 19 is raging in Oklahoma, and she cannot in good conscience support ignoring CDC quarantine guidelines, she says. In person. Instruction is critical and so is mitigating the spread of the virus, she said. They are not mutually exclusive. Chase involving a stolen car comes to a deadly end. In Oklahoma City. Two people were thrown from the car and were rushed to hospital where one of them was pronounced dead. Ah, third person remained in the car. The chase started near I 2 40 western. I'm Marco Marino. In other news, a patriotic push for wearing masks, Jacqueline Scott explains. Lieutenant Governor Matt Pinnell calls wearing masks during the covert 19 pandemic. The patriotic thing to do, he says, wearing masks protects others. He also calls up endemic the Largest health crisis of the past century, and for many generations. He's also urging Oklahomans not to relax vigilance and continued to wash hands and maintain social distancing a fire it a business near northwest 50th and Meridian in Oklahoma City brings firefighters from Oklahoma City War Acres and Bethany together overnight to homeless people were found at the scene, but no injuries were reported. Investigators say a propane heater or cooking stove likely sparked the fire. But it appears to have been accidental. And it's 19 years in federal prison for 35 year old Michael Johnson of Owasso, who led officers on a chase through Tosa streets in the stolen pickup, and ran a red light crashing into a car driven by 48 year old William Houseman, who was killed. I'm Marco Marino Cater.

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"state school" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"state school" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Listen in my husband and I are 40 years old. We have five Children ages 5 to 15 up Until this point. We've only been able to contribute $10,000 to a 5 29 college savings plan. Now that I'm no longer state home, Mom, I'm bringing in an extra $20,000 per year and we're wondering how and if we should get started saving for college, we have a 401 K and it's currently at $140,000. We save about 20% of her income and our 401 K. We have an emergency savings about a year's worth, and we own half of our house and have $150,000 for their mortgage left. Should we begin saving for college? Or is it too late? If we do should we put it in individual funds or in one lump sum? We do want our Children to pay for some of their education but would like to help. We're predicting they will be going to state schools. Thanks so much, and I love your show. Well, first of all, Claire, congratulations to you and your husband on the level of savings you've done so far. And you've got a lot of money saved already. You've got a lot of equity build up in your home and I got good cash reserves. All of that is terrific. It's never too late to start saving for college. However, I want to make sure that we acknowledge two things first. The amount of time that you're saving is the key determinant and how much growth you're going to be able to potentially enjoy. So if the kids are only a couple of years away from college, there's not a lot of opportunity for long term growth because of that fact, But you've got younger kids as well. So it does make sense to start saving for college for the kids on Makes no difference to whichever you prefer. Second You should only do this if your own retirement planning is already well situated. In other words, parents are often struggling with the dual challenge should I say for my retirement?.

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"state school" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"state school" Discussed on 600 WREC

"15% of Alabama's A lot of doses of the Copan 19 vaccine is being set aside for E. M s and first responders. The center point Fire department has been hard hit by covert 19, and now vaccinations are rolling out for them. Higher call volumes have made it difficult as half of the department is either been exposed to Cove it or has tested positive. Even some CenterPoint first responders were in the hospital for over a week, State school Superintendent Eric Mackey saying individual school district officials We'll make the determination on whether students will study virtually or in class after the holiday break, Mackey saying the state Department of Education's got a lot of calls about the issue more and more. Request and concerns from parents who want to be their water students back in the classroom. And so I truly believe that as soon as the vaccine is widely available, what we will see is a massive return to in person instruction. CDC approving a recommendation to vaccinate teachers when the next round of doses are distributed, Mackey believes that will happen in the next few months. Governor Kay Ivey pushing for space command headquarters to be a red stone arsenal in Huntsville, Angie Norville has more Alabama. Is one of six sites under consideration. She was joined on a call with Pentagon officials by Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle to make the push she posted on Twitter that it was a great call, adding, I would love to give a warm Alabama welcome to the U. S. Space Command headquarters in the near future if they choose the Rocket City mayor battle, says he thinks Pentagon leaders are impressed. A decision could come in mid January. I mean, she Norville and a virtual ceremony.

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"state school" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"state school" Discussed on KTOK

"The state school board has called a special meeting for today to discuss the recent investigative audit of Epic Charter School, the state's largest school system with more than 60,000 students. Online. The agenda says the board also will discuss possible action as a result of the audit that state auditor City birds have found millions of dollars in questionable expenses. More than half the states in the country are seeing an increase in coded 19 cases. Charles Watson reports. For the fourth day in a row. The United States has recorded 50,000 more new cases in an upward trend as the virus surging across the country and the Northeast. Those states are among a number of States in the country that are seeing a rise in cases, Officials in New York state are trying to get out breaks under control there. The state's shutting down neighborhood schools and businesses and zip codes in New York City and the surrounding suburbs. At a briefing, Governor Andrew Cuomo said those neighborhoods make up less than 3% of the state's population would have accounted for about 18% of all positive tests reported this week over in New Jersey there also reporting some of the highest daily new cases they've seen. Earlier this year here at home State health officials reporting 766 new cases of global 19 in Oklahoma. Oklahoma now has 99,387 confirmed cases of the virus, including more than 84,000 recoveries. The State Health Department also says three more people have died, bringing.

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"state school" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"state school" Discussed on WTOP

"27th State School superintendent Dr Karen Salmon says school District's can choose to start fall sports next month or wait until the second semester. But we encourage systems that have or continuing to bring students back and Schools to consider allowing athletics to resume. Michelle Bash w T o P News And to see the status of your school district for the fall. Sports season, go to double GOP dot com. 5 32. He insists that mail in balloting will lead to fraud. President Trump today continued to refuse to commit to a peaceful transfer of power next January. Republicans in Congress were among those offering implicit criticism of Mr Trump Today. The president now says he's not sure this year's voting will be honest. You know, they found I understand eight ballots today. Wastepaper basket. Mr. Trump appeared to be referring to an emerging case in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, or federal prosecutors say nine military ballots had been discarded details about the circumstance how the ballots have been tossed by whom and for what reason aren't clear. But the Justice Department says investigators did note that seven of the nine ballots have been cast for President Trump. Stephen Portnoy. CBS News members of Congress have reacted swiftly to President Trump suggestion that he might not accept the results of the election. W T. Opie's Mitchell Miller has the latest from Capitol Hill, the gravest threat to American democracy right now. Is Donald Trump, the Senate's top Democrat, Chuck Schumer, reacting to the president's comments and saying the president can't be a dictator. Asked about a guarantee of a peaceful transfer of power, the president had this response again, raising questions about the validity of mail in voting out of the ballots and you'll have a very transfer have a very peaceful There won't be a transfer. Frankly, there'll be a continuation House speaker Nancy Pelosi. You're not in Russia. Mr. President. The House's top Republican Kevin McCarthy, says he's confident in how the election results will be handled. It'll be a smooth transition, regardless of the outcome. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T. O P News, White House Press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany. Responded to questions today, saying the president, we'll accept the results of a fair and free election. But not long thereafter, The president once again said he's not sure the election Khun be honest and we'll talk more about this with Major Garrett of CBS in just a few minutes. 5 30 for a new effort is underway in Congress to get a Corona virus relief Bill. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is indicated she is willing to agree on more narrow legislation, though it would still be more than $2 trillion. Measure would reportedly include funding for airlines as well as restaurants, which, of course have struggled during the pandemic. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin regenerated during a Senate hearing today, the White House remains open to restarting talks and would also support more stimulus checks for Americans. Keep it here on W T. O T. Alexandria is doing what it can to get the tourists back. It's 5 34. Hi, I'm George Homicide. Any government solutions. Do.

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"state school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"state school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Its hot not it's humid behind your 85 80 if you're right by the beach tomorrow, pretty perfect Beach Day, actually. Your Saturday very warm out there. Mostly sunny with a high in the mid to upper eighties in the city and inland you near 80 right by the beach here Sunday. Watch out for a couple Thunder Broom Ear's in the afternoon with a high near 82 it will be sticky out there a swell It's 81 right now in Wakefield getting over toward the West Western side of things. It's raining in Gardner, where it's 74. South of town. It's 81 in Somerset. And right now in Boston at 7 35 It's overcast and 81 degrees Well, the Boston Fire Department is ever closer now to its own Cadet corps. The cadet program aims to teach young people about the duties and responsibilities of a firefighter and prepare cadets for a career in fire fighting. The Fire Department wants to follow the lead of the Police Department, which already has its own cadet program. In addition to training young people could program would also be aimed at creating a Bordeaux First fire fighting force in Boston. Currently the ranks of city firefighters for 72% white and male there washing the City Council would like to see more women and minorities and fire stations across the city. The Massachusetts houses given its approval to a fire cadet program in Boston. The senator and governor Baker need to OK, it is well, allowing Boston to join 14 other cities across the country. I already have fire cadets at the Statehouse. Mike Macklin, w. B Z Boston's NewsRadio and it's 7 36 Boston City Councilor Andrea Campbell says there's a school to prison pipeline in the city that has to be dismantled. But during a hearing today, looking at the role of police officers in schools, she added, those officers can have a positive impact. Also heard from parents who have said to me I'm specifically that a lot of the police officers that are in our schools after times are the only male role models that a lot of our Children see. Campbell called for a middle ground. She says she wants to compromise to make sure minor infractions don't lead students down the worst path but make sure that students feel safe as their at school as well. Meantime, health expert at Harvard University says the government really needs to plan out how students go back to school. Doctor. She's a she. JIA is the head of Harvard's Global Health Institute, he tells ABC is good Morning America. There's no doubt this is tough. I really believe we can get kids back to school, but we need a national plan to suppress the virus. Improve the quality of the buildings of the schools, and we can do this. We can get kids back, John told ABC. Americans are acting right now like it's the bottom of the ninth inning with this virus one right now we're only in about the fourth. And some Emerson College students will be housed in the W Hotel this fall, According to the school newspaper, the Barkley beacon, nearly 220 students will be living on floors five through 14 That takes up about 90% of the luxury hotels rooms. Anderson President Lee Pelton says the vast majority of students and their parents have extra expressed a strong desire to go backto learning on campus. He adds, the health and well being of the whole Emerson community is the priority here. And Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt says his state will spend 10 million bucks to buy personal protective equipment for his state schools. The Republican says he does not want students to miss another year of learning. Keeping schools closed for all students has many harmful consequences. State says he'll use the cares act funding to buy masks and gloves, face shields and gowns. It'll happen by next month. Stitch is back at work today after recovering from Cove in 19 7 38 Let's see how we did on Wall Street for the day. Bloomberg business with Joan Doniger Investors may have made the right bet in working their way past that 33% drop in economic activity last quarter and sending the Dow down 226 points. The NASDAQ actually up 45 the S and P, down 12. After the Bell Apple surprised everybody. Not only did revenue grow 11% instead of falling, so did iPhone sales they were up to. And while the company isn't saying what it thinks lies ahead, it is giving investors something else to think about before. For one stock split, Google's parent alphabet saw its clouds sales nearly doubled last quarter, and that's over, shadowing an 8% drop in Google ad sales. I'm Joan Doniger. Bloomberg Business on W. B Z. Boston's news radio. Was your car getting three weeks to the gallon? Well, those days are over as the faces kick in. Traffic picks up traffic on the threes on W. B. Z Boston's news radio..

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"state school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"state school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Of late day thunderstorms hit 74 degrees at news radio fella Hillsborough County is the latest school district to propose a two week delay in the start of classes in a Twitter message. Superintendent Addison Davis says his decisions based on ongoing medical consultations with Tampa General Hospital And USF health. Davis appeared before the state school board meeting, he said. Face to face learning is still the best option. But he said parents need to be heard. They want the ability to be able to select Ah, pathway that's going to allow their learner to be safe, allow their learned to thrive and continue to be exposed to high level quality instruction. With a high quality teacher every single day. Under Davis's proposal school would start on August 24th. He'll outline his plan to the Hillsboro School board today. A school districts around the Tampa Bay area and the state grapple with the question of when and how to reopen. The State Board of Education does not appear to have any intention of changing its order. It all brick and mortar schools open with a full range of services governor to Satis, speaking before the group at the meeting in Hillsborough County, says he's confident schools can reopen safely and accommodations should be made for anyone at risk. If you have an employee Who is particularly at risk for this then by all means, you have to have special accommodations that are provided. I will be true for a student to several dozen teachers and parents were outside Strawberry Crest High School to say it's not yet safe to reopen the schools. Florida Democrats say governor to Santa's should reinstate the stricter rules. He announced that the start of the Corona virus pandemic if we don't go back right now, it's only going to get worse. I promise you the numbers prove it. Senator Oscar brain and his colleagues say businesses need to roll back to 25% capacity. They want the governor to issue a mandatory mask order. Hillsborough County commissioners are taking the first step toward dissolving the county's emergency policy group for any purpose. Other than coordinating the response to hurricane Here's commissioner Mariella Smith. They are flooding our email boxes daily with their input on the decisions that are currently being made by the PG The has come under fire and has been sued over mask mandates. Some have also voiced concern over a possible conflict of interest in some cases. Where panel members could be called on to enforce policies they voted against. The nurses in Pinellas County don't feel safe on the job. HD, a health care nurses rallied outside ST Peter's were General Hospital for more protective equipment and more staff. Complaints have been filed with OSHA Wonder says when concerns were raised, supervisors ignored and intimidated them, H says it's following all government recommendations. The Tampa Bay area hospital is testing a new Corona virus. Antibody treatment. Sarasota Memorial Hospital is the first hospital in Florida to offer Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, experimental treatment DeKoven 19 patients It involves the first anti viral antibody cocktail specifically designed to attack a critical part of the Corona virus. The spike protein that attach is to human cells. Hospital officials say an early lab tested completely obliterated the Corona virus at relatively low concentrations. Riko Shal NewsRadio wofl a expect delays at a downtown Clearwater intersection because of a truck crash Wednesday morning. Clearwater. First responders see a delivery truck went out of control and took out the pole that supports the traffic light at Court Street and MLK. The truck then careened into the parking lot at Rita's Italian ice just missing the building. The city says Replacing the pole could take weeks so through traffic on MLK is blocked, and drivers on court Street may only make right turns onto MLK until all this is fixed. Gordon Byrd NewsRadio.

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"state school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"state school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Welcome back America to you joined now by politicos. Tim Alberti, the author of American Currently one of the finest political books of the last of many years, Tim, I want to begin Oh, he dropped off. We'll get it back. The keeper Tim is he's going to be very depressed this morning with the barstool Sports story. What? So I've got to get to run it past him. Everyone up in Michigan, You ought to go look at bar stool sports and see. That they've declared the most popular team in each state and the most popular team in the state of Michigan, according to according to bar Still sports, Tim Elbert of the most popular team in the state of Michigan is Ohio State, the Ohio State University. In Ohio. It's the Browns in Notre Dame in Indiana. Notre Dame. I'm just aren't you a bit stunned that your own state can't summon up? Enthusiasm for either of the state schools. Hugh Barstool Sports was never a reliable source. But now, but now they should be banished to the hinterlands of sports journalism. That's That's thoroughly preposterous. I mean, even setting inside just the Michigan versus Ohio thing. You do realize that all of Toledo routes for you Michigan based sports, right? I mean, there's just no chance geographically that that could be accurate. I'm just reading the news right. They say it's based on data from sports, housing and recreational tourism story. I just think Michigan's given up. I think they just said, you know, the lions, the Tigers, this parties and that team up north. They're just never going to win again. Tim and I die. I'll report the news. I mean, I don't make the news. I just report it. Yeah, well, listen, These have been the dark ages for Detroit Sports. But as I was just discussing with your steam booster, Dwayne, we're goingto we're gonna have ourselves Knock on wood across our fingers. Do all of our lucky ritual advances. We're gonna have ourselves a baseball season in just over a week here and Ah, and when we get going, we'll see. We'll see if the Tigers can take advantage of this condensed schedule and sneak up on your tribe. Tim Melbourne out. Will the ring matter as much? If, in fact, the MLB Khun finish their 60 game season and the playoffs will the ring at the end matter as much as the other rings? Absolutely I wouldn't. You know, that's what I said, God, but I haven't had one time I look, this is crazy. I mean, do we have to adapt to the new realities of this world and Sports included this one of those new reality. You know, you're not gonna have a full season you're gonna have to star players sitting out you're gonna wind up with. You know an A L. C s where a starting pitcher is gonna be scratched the night before a, you know, a game five because of the Corona virus, and Everybody's gonna howl, but that that's the way it is, and there are going to be strange circumstances left and right. But I don't see why why anyone would take away the accomplishment from a team who's able to win this season. If anything, it's even more of an extraordinary accomplished given the circumstances, Well said. Well said. Now let me turn apply that logic to schools. L a Unified and San Diego schools said We're not doing anything in the fall yesterday except promote distance learning. That does not seem to me to be the the model of adaptability. We just discussed that is going on in Major League baseball. Well look, And so I would. I would preface this by saying, You know, it's the middle of July, right in most of these school systems are starting up for at least a month and many of them for you know, seven or eight weeks post Labor day, so My view of all of this is that a It should be taken sort of a day at a time and be on a case by case basis. I mean, you know what's happening in L A should have no bearing on what's happening in in Fargo or in ST Paul. So you look if there are district superintendents, and there are teachers, and there are parents in PTO that on the ground who think that there are unique Threats facing the students in their district. Ah, week out, no days out from the school set to reopen then they should make decisions that are in the best interest of their particular district. But this should not be any sort of a top down mandate from anyone from the governor from President. You know, this should really be federalist that worked in terms of Whether or not these schools are reopening, they should be made. These decisions should be made at the local level, adapting to the most recent data that they have dirt. It does seem to me though, Tim, the one thing you're not factoring in Are the role of unions and bureaucrats. Here they are risk averse. In the latter case, they are incentives driven by teachers interest in the in the former case. I think it's talking the decision. Do you agree with me? You know, I'm not sure. I know what you're saying. But, you know, just anecdotally you I know a lot of teachers like a lot of friends in our teachers. I bet you know a lot of them, too, on every single one of them that I've been talking to in the last few weeks about this they are. They are very, very eager to get back to school because Are there some bad teachers out there like you're passing back tops? Sure, But most of these teachers go into the profession because they love education. They love kids. They're willing to sacrifice a crappy salary and all become all the aggravation becomes with a job because they want to teach and they and they want to be around these kids, and they want to make a difference. And you know, these are people who are not going to sort of sit comfortably for the next 69 12 15 months at home just because you know there's something because there's some edict from their local, you.

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"state school" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"state school" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"State schools can continue to offer distance learning without major financial penalties Griselda city no KTAR news what a pledge to our flag I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States at about eighty hundred veterans who served our country gathered at Wesley Bolin plaza this morning to call on governor Ducey to remove the Confederate monument that stands across the street from the state cabinet were put here by the daughters of the confederacy to make sure that those of us with the same skin hue that I have understood in the Jim crow era because that's when they most of them were erected that we were still under subjection former U. S. army jag officer and former Phoenix police officers cigna Oliver's she's a member of the advocacy group that's forward are collecting signatures to send to the governor for the monument's removal so for right now let's throw it over to Josh K. she's keeping an eye on traffic live in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center a'ja yeah John overnight construction on the northbound one oh one closing down the Chandler on ramp as well as the railroad offramp once again the police activities on the chancellor's third street seven third street on ramp shut down get on the freeway at seventh street instead well directions on the seventeen more road work closing the pinnacle peak offramp dentures are on the scene of a surface street wreck causing delays on fifty First Avenue and greenway this report is sponsored by lazy boy home furnishings and decor the lazy boy factory authorized clearance is going on now save up to fifty percent off everything everything is on sale plus forty eight months special financing is available lazy boy live life comfortably I'm Josh K. KTAR news large partly cloudy tonight AT for the overnight low tomorrow sunny and hot no other way to put one hundred.

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"state school" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"state school" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And committed vandalism CPS energy says twenty three of its employees are recovering at home after testing positive for covert nineteen the company says it has notified co workers and customers who were in contact with the infected individuals the first juvenile inmate in Texas tested positive for the virus officials with the Texas juvenile justice department says the inmate is receiving treatment at the Giddings state school is to Bastrop the juvenile is in quarantine other inmates have been tested and are awaiting the results via is trying to decide on including a one eight percent sales tax on the November ballot via says one hundred fifty thousand people will be displaced without the sales tax revenue however this is something mayor Ron Nirenberg in county judge Nelson Wolff say they won't support the time is not right to be talking about expansion of transit services that and a plan that was put on the shelf by by via the mayor stated the via has to prove the need for the forty million dollars to get voters approve the sales tax and also question L. via spent ninety three million dollars it received from the cares act there doesn't appear to be any let up in protests around Washington DC demonstrators among calling for removal of the Andrew Jackson statue in Lafayette square as well as the emancipation statue more police were patrolling last night in Lincoln Park around an area called black lives matter plaza fencing will go back up around Lafayette square to the National Park Service can repair statues another park resources the president hit the road again and went to a key swing state where border wall is being built president trump spent time in Arizona checking out recently build a border wall after a round table discussion about order issues and before heading to a students for trump rally at a convention in Phoenix but that both the round table and the rally he was heavily focused on criticizing Joe Biden as well as what he calls the radical left the radical left.

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"state school" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"state school" Discussed on KTOK

"The state school board voted to allow public schools to hold classes on Saturday if they want state school superintendent joy Hofmeister says currently weekend classes don't count for attendance purposes we already know a lot of schools have Saturday school but it is not considered an instructional day students use that time for a variety of things but it is not allowed to be called instruction right now she says the change will help students who've been struggling since schools were closed because of code nineteen she says it's only an option and not a requirement the state health department meets a lofty goal as we hear from Beth Myers so far this month the state health department says it has processed more than one hundred thirteen thousand covert nineteen tests surpass I think its goal of ninety thousand for the month of may governor Kevin Stitt credits teamwork among state agencies and the trust and support he says of Oklahomans he says even with more testing the percentage of positive cases has dropped to a record low of three point eight percent president trump's tweet about Minneapolis Ryan says been flagged day after signing an executive order cracking down on social media Griff Jenkins reports the president was already fed up with Silicon Valley and if you did it escalated this past week when Twitter flag the president's tweet about mail in ballots well overnight Twitter has done it again the president from tweeting about Minnesota here's the flag the flag is this tweet violated the Twitter rules about glorifying violence however Twitter has determined that it may be in the public's interest for the tweet to remain accessible learn more this was the president's tweet he tweeted these dogs are dishonoring the memory of George Floyd and I won't let that happen just spoke to governor Tim Walton told him that the military is with him all the way any difficulty and we will assume control but when the looting starts shooting starts thank you now that executive order the president signed curtails legal protections for social media platforms president trump plans to hold a news briefing today to announce actions against China he did not elaborate during a White House photo op but he noted the US is not happy with China trump has long blamed Beijing for not controlling the situation for making.

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"state school" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"state school" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The state school news the coldest day gets its aid FCS national championship in nine years and game on ABC tray lance ran for one sixty six including a forty four yard touchdown to start the fourth vice is twenty eight to twenty winners over James Madison they stretch their FCS record winning streak to thirty seven games hello have explosives is a great all football game one thirty so at the very best of the best to do it the world every time he steps on the field the biggest baddest thank you all right take care of business and now who will raise the trophy find out tomorrow night college football playoff national championship it's presented by eighteen anti coverage begins at six thirty eastern on Monday night ESPN radio and ESPN at the nation's top offense Asian stock V. as well unbeaten verse unbeaten defending champs first a team that's beaten six top tens this season Tigers worst Tigers LSU in Clinton Ian Fitzsimmons with Ellis you head coach ed Orgeron coach has been a remarkable journey getting here how has the press been coming into this game against the undefeated Clemson Tigers fantastic also will work but Roosevelt firstly safer I was raised by the sword I'll go look for if you were to go to the ministry most valuable clubbers gave you have so many leaders on the field S. obviously invaluable when.

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"state school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"state school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"That big a deal you know we all should come all orders of those being the person who gave birth to him but there was no worship it happens to me is that correct of course Bob this is something to think about the book is there a state school all have look office a psychological spiritual may call it what you like so the what this year's imams for a call back and the end in here hang about the head of the church conquest and in that process in which they actually decided that room yeah you have the virgin Mary could see worship Chris what her long side of some and that's the one that Congress is going all the people of our emphasis the death of outside waiting to see which way the five was coming down with the announcers sure Mary as what we called the optical scopes that off and when they announced yes and when what am I trying to finagle this we need all given a very old style full but nevertheless I would say I would get hands on us back which is what they really it's very interesting you know the all of these discussions and and thank you ever but I think so for the questions of an awesome they all point to the fact that the in all these different traditions throughout that that region there's a lot of the similarities and names and there's a there's a lot of cross pollination is you mention between the Canaanites and through the ancient Israelites but that you didn't mention something I want to highlight because it's one thing that they can look up is that could dish spelled in English we would spell it with the queue it's hard to transliterate the Hebrew but explain that reference because this was probably another reference to actual raw god's wife it it won't hurt me by which she was nine mark one and I and the objection therefore we can excuse Osama yes a lot it is a good talking caller could have different names in a different aspect and others mode if you like one night when actual was being offered her matron clean it up in her fertility Iraq is a suspect right that's the part I thought was really interesting yeah yeah and I'm not yeah and is it something we'll talk about that much higher than what was hopeful right and it survives like like many of Los Gatos called I have this sexual what and you know it was a political of both hold off the list and so.

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"state school" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"state school" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"Experience striving for parental attention. Let more than half of the forty four men who became president to the glare of the presidential spotlight including middle child president trump the twenty twenty democratic field stands out for the number of firstborn firstborn seven of them and last four children ten of them. There's only one only child in the bunch p digit and if he beats president trump he'd be the first ever only child who inhabit the white house there have been many with only half brothers and half sisters but never one who was his parents true one and the only kid next. Where did you go to school. Well seven graduated from the ivy's traditionally the breeding ground of future presidents eight from other private universities and colleges. I four from state schools and marianne williamson stands alone as the only one without a bachelor's degree which puts her in good company by the way twelve presidents including the george washington and abraham lincoln did not graduate from college but since harry truman all of our presidents have of course the american dream says it doesn't matter where you were born or your family was anyone can become president of the united states but if you look at the numbers it all sounds most promising for kirsten gillibrand. She's a middle child. Ivy league grad from new york that said those same stats apply to another name. That's guaranteed to be on the ballot next november donald john on trump when we come back and game bernie sanders and elizabeth warren can either of them win the nomination if the other is in the i'm back now with n. Game a little bit on the presidential race better o'rourke the reboots thoughts. We've kind of seen this before with other. Can it reminds me of remember really rudy. Giuliani in two thousand eight was doing his florida or bust kind of gimmick thing to try to work around a system. That wasn't working for him. <hes> this sounds very similar. It also could work for him in the sense that it puts them in front of audiences and and he gets a following but it's not necessarily it's not the path to the nomination. The thesis is that he said though the idea that there's a concerted attack against immigrants and people of color in this country. That's what a lot of democratic voters want to hear and frankly. That's what the democrats are going to be able to say. Regardless of what president trump is doing clean you. If the economy is going well they can make that argument so i almost hear him saying that the the issue of course is that all the other democratic candidates are going to be doing that and the fact that you have to do a reboot and it's kind of like the second and third of beto makes gives me pause if if anything else but i should say he didn't answer your question he told you what he's going to do but you asked him what he's going to do better and he did not answer that he said that crats are going to.

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"state school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"state school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"UC Berkeley twenty two as well. USC twenty two as well. A bunch of the elite schools right number one state school university of Virginia after UCLA UCLA university of Virginia is the first one out of California estate school, Kathy. And I would like to register our complaints. Both of us feel like see you would be on the elite certainly in the top. I'd say the top twenty five. And why do I apologize for Rick? He was he was he was simply kidding. About. Well, I think he just proved the point well who the hell reads US, Bank and world news. That is what you should look you still can't even tell you can't quantify how they came up with that. What you need to look at is the acceptance rate compared to compared to say see you compared to Yale the acceptance rate. Yeah, how many what percentage of students that apply? Get accepted to see you compared to Gail. It's gonna be a huge difference. Well, sure, it is it's going to be a huge difference for any school compared to Yale depending on how many kids apply to the school. Right. Let me just remind you George Bush got in Yale. Yes, he did. And he had rest my came as some famous. Also, I wonder if you don't think they were involved in this little stale now. Surprise you. Hey, you can get a four point. Oh and be that smart. I saw an interview with the former president. And even he said, listen I was shocked. He said like in his in his homily our shocked found out how they calculate it. Okay. Okay. So they use a number of factors. Grouped ranking a grouping ranked colleges they look at outcomes social mobility. What exactly what does that mean? They look more than one third of the schools rank comes from bit success at retaining graduating students within the one hundred and fifty percent of normal time. So six years. So how many of these kids graduate social mobility, where what's that mean, social mobility is like does that this year? They factor to school success of promoting social mobility by graduating students who received federal monies like Pell grants, and so they factor that and that's new this year graduation and retention rates. That's pretty straightforward graduation rate performance. What's that mean? We compared each colleges actual six year. Graduation rate to what we predicted for all of its fall twenty eleven entering class. I would just. US expert opinion and a bunch of gobbly Gook financial re this is one of these standard. If you were to ask people in academia, they would tell you that this is a legitimate right ranking source that assertion on because I remember when I went to college using US news and World Report. I remember when my kids went as well. I mean, he's right about that. Damn I miss that. But I think if they did state university see you would be definitely top fifty if they took all the privates out. Yeah. I can probably factor that or find it unless come up with. Okay. Find one we're in the top five. I'm not saying I never I never made the comment to see would be rated above an Ivy league school terms of. But the dam sure not eighty something no way. I agree with that that list includes private schools, which are MIT come on. We can't compare to Harvard Yale and Princeton. One thing we play out now that the programs we play MIT and football. Football. They might they might be allowed martis. It's called. Is MIT playful? Pocket protectors. Let's check some traffic out. John.

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