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04:05 min | 3 months ago

"superintendent matthew duffy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In the pandemic. More cases of the more contagious be 117 variant have been found in Florida than in any other state. The city is considering keeping the curfew in effect until mid April. When spring break ands Amy held. NPR NEWS. European Union leaders are urging the Turkish government to reconsider its decision to pull out of an international accord on win. Men's rights. Teri Schultz reports the use top diplomat says the move sends a dangerous message across the world. You. Leaders harshly criticized the move that brought thousands of people across Turkey into the streets to protest against quitting the 2011 Council of Europe accord. It's the first binding international agreement aimed at eliminating violence against women and improving gender equality. You. Foreign policy Chief Joseph Burrell says the block quote cannot but regret deeply and express incomprehension toward the decision of the Turkish government, which he says risks compromising the protection and fundamental rights of women and girls in Turkey. Rail urges president wretched type Erdogan to reverse the decision, European Commission President Ursula von Dir lion tweets that women deserve a strong legal framework to protect them. For NPR News. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. You're listening to NPR news in Washington. Live from KQED news. I'm Alice will flee. Dozens of elected officials in San Francisco are calling for the resignation of a school board member over allegations that some of her tweets from 2016 are racist against Asian Americans. Mayor. London Breed At least 10, San Francisco supervisors and other school board members say board vice president Allyson Collins should resign. A group of parents hoping to recall Collins and two other board members called attention to the tweets last week. Collins, who is black, wrote in a statement that her words were taken out of context. She added, She is horrified by a rise in in in anti Asian hate crimes, and that what matters most right now is support for the Asian community. The West Contra Costa Unified School, District and labor groups have reached a tentative deal to allow some students to return to class in April. Plan prioritizes students who require the most help, including English language learners, foster youth and students who need mental health support Superintendent Matthew Duffy, then happy to finally We are school buildings get open. I'm disappointed that we're not able to provide more to our students for this last part of the school year. If he says he's hopeful that by mid August, all students will be able to return to school in person. He wants even more students back in the classroom. I'm Alice will flee KQED news. Support for NPR comes from Intuit, maker of QuickBooks for those working to achieve their own definition of success. QuickBooks smart suite of business tools is designed to help them get there won't learn more at quickbooks dot com. And the listeners of KQED 68 degrees today for the high in Concord and also Santa Rosa's 65 in Oakland and San Jose 61 in San Francisco. From P R X. This is the moth radio hour. I'm Jennifer Hittson, senior producer at them off and I'll be your host. This time. The moth is unscripted, True tales told by regular folks and Rockem towards a life who bring stories from their lives to the stage this hour. We have three stories for you. We're here about a clinical psychologist with car trouble on inmates, desperate desire for a simple transistor radio and an undertaker with a problematic client. His first story is from way back in the moths history. Name.

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"superintendent matthew duffy" Discussed on KQED Radio

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04:24 min | 3 months ago

"superintendent matthew duffy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention may allow for more schools to reopen during the pandemic. The agency is now recommending that students on Lee need to stay three FT. Apart in classrooms if they're wearing masks, Sam Whitehead from member station W. A B reports, the CDC had previously recommended. Six FT. A number of recent studies led to the updated guidance, says agency head Dr Rochelle Walensky. Layered mitigation strategies, including strict use of masks among students and distance of at least Three ft between students were common factors among the schools. In these studies that demonstrated decrease transmission from covered 19. The guidance says Elementary school students should be at least three FT. Apart for middle and high school. That's the case on Lee. If kids can cohort with the same group of piers and teachers, and if community spread is low. The previous recommendation of six FT was a barrier to many schools opening for in person learning for NPR News. I'm Sam Whitehead in Atlanta. A bipartisan group of lawmakers have returned from a visit to the southern border and made a rapid surge of migrants traveling to the U. S. Democratic Senator Chris Murphy visited a border processing facility in El Paso, Texas, where he said hundreds of Children were packed into big open rooms Right now, these kids, they're staying. You're too long in detention centers were gonna work. I'm getting them. Additional resource is so that we can process these kids and get them in the HHS care rather than DHS care as quickly as possible. Some lawmakers are calling on President Biden to do more to ensure safe access to it. Asylum for young people at the border. The White House this week said it's working to increase temporary housing units and working with Mexico to help stem the flow of migrants from Central America. Organizers of the Summer Olympics in Tokyo say international Spectators will not be allowed to enter the country because of the pandemic. MPR's Anthony Kuhn reports. International Olympics Committee chief Thomas Bach told a virtual meeting of organizer's that their top priority should be protecting participants in the Games and the people of Japan. And then, he added, will require sacrifices and understanding. A statement from the organizer is noted that the covert 19 situation in Japan and around the world remains challenging. Variants of the disease or emerging in the international travel remains severely restricted. Japanese media report that about 4.5 million Olympic tickets have been sold through a domestic lottery in about one million have been sold overseas. Overseas volunteers will also be shut out unless they can speak languages or have skills in short supply in Japan. Anthony Kuhn NPR NEWS Seoul, This is NPR. Live from KQED News and Kate Wolf, the West Contra Costa Unified School District and labor unions have reached a tentative deal to allow some students to return to class in April. The plan prioritizes students who required the most help, including Ling, English language learners, foster youth and students who need mental health support. Superintendent Matthew Duffy, then happy to finally Our school buildings get open. I'm disappointed that we're not able to provide more to our students for this last part of the school year, Duffy says he's hopeful that by mid August, all students will be able to return to school in person. California has set a record number of registered voters more than 22 million. Kate Judy's Brian what has more on new data from the secretary of state's office. In the last four years, California has added more than 2.7 million voters to the Rolls. Secretary of State Charlie Webber says that is 88% of the eligible population. Jumped from 78% 4 years ago. In the latest tally, 46% of California voters are registered Democrats, Republicans and no party preference have been in a seesaw battle for most of the rest. Two years ago, No party preference was winning. But this go round, Republicans pulled ahead with 24.1% to no party preference is 23.7%. I'm Brian..

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"superintendent matthew duffy" Discussed on KQED Radio

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04:30 min | 8 months ago

"superintendent matthew duffy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"National anthem was performed at the wreath laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. President Donald Trump is at Arlington National Cemetery. In his first public appearance in days he's been directing allies to launch legal battles challenging the outcome of the election. The president elect Joe Biden, won Former national security adviser, H. R. McMaster says the president is harming the nation by refusing to concede and trumpeting the unsubstantiated claim that the election was rigged. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley has more on McMasters remarks to French media in Paris. H. R. McMaster says he always had confidence in the process. But he said President Trump should be doing the opposite of what he's doing. The president should make clear that our elections are secure, which they are on DH helped build confidence in our democratic principles and institutions. The retired lieutenant general spoke to France 24 from Stanford University, where he is now a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution. Master said Trump is compromising principle to score partisan political points. But it's Russian President Vladimir Putin, who's smiling. Putin wants to sow doubts and shake our confidence. In our democratic processes, and the president of state should not be one to help him do that. Eleanor Beardsley NPR NEWS PARIS Meanwhile, George's secretary of state has announced a hand recount of votes will be conducted. Joe Biden leads Donald Trump. I just 14,000 votes in a state that's on the verge of turning blue for the first time in decades. The recount is to be completed by the 20th. A hand recount is expected to cost millions of dollars. Texas is facing a covert 19 spike stretching hospital resource is across the state, Texas Public Radio's Bonnie Petri says a record number of infections Was recorded yesterday. The Texas Health Department reported 10,865 new infections on Tuesday. Ah one day state record. The previous high mark was set on July 15th. Health Department spokesman Chris Van Dusen says it's likely some of the new cases can be traced to Halloween gatherings that there is, however, a significant ongoing surge in West Texas. Emergency rooms in El Paso are overwhelmed with patients and the county's brought in mobile morgues to deal with the rising number of deaths. Roughly one out of 10 Corona virus. Infections in the nation have been recorded in Texas. I'm body Petri in San Antonio. At last check on Wall Street. The Dow was of 51 points. This is NPR news Live from Cape CD News. I'm Brian what Oakland Police have released the name of the 20 year old man shot and killed by officers. Early last week, Oakland resident Jonathan Torres Ramirez was fatally shot by one police officer, according to the department. The incident happened while police were detaining people involved in burglarizing an east Oakland building where cannabis was being grown. The department says they ultimately arrested more than a dozen individuals. OPD says it received about 90 calls requiring emergency response that night in three of their officers were shot were struck. Struck and injured by involved vehicles. The injured officers were treated at a local hospital and if since been released Proposition. 15 has failed. After an intense and pricey campaign, the property tax reform measure lost by a narrow margin, it would have raised up to $11 billion a year for schools and local governments, education leaders like left West contract Cost a unified superintendent Matthew Duffy are coping with the verdict. It's really frustrating because it continues to create an understanding that you're only gonna have a good education if you have money. Education funding in California has never fully recovered from the effects of 1970 Eights Proposition 13, which capped property taxes. Proposition, 15 would have stripped some businesses of those protections and put the new revenue towards schools and local governments across the Bay Area. Voters did approve bonds and taxes to fund their local school districts. I'm Brian. What news Support today comes from Fergus Carver architects with integrity and artistry..

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01:43 min | 8 months ago

"superintendent matthew duffy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington This is NPR. Live from Kait Q. E D news on Brian What Proposition 15 has failed after an intense and pricey campaign, the property tax reform measure lost by a narrow margin, it would've raised up to $11 billion a year for schools and local government. Education leaders like West Contra Costa Unified Superintendent Matthew Duffy are coping with the verdict. It's really frustrating because it continues to create an understanding that you're only gonna have a good education if you have money. Education funding in California has never fully recovered from the effects of 1978 proposition 13, which capped property taxes, proposition, 15 would have stripped some businesses of those protections and put the new revenue towards schools and local governments across the Bay Area. Voters did approve bonds and taxes to fund their local school districts. A San Francisco faces a surgeon Covad 19 cases, the city is closing down indoor dining, reducing capacity at gyms and movie theaters and pausing any additional reopening of high schools. County public health Director Dr Grant Colfax says the new order goes into effect this Friday. If you do not cause and we do not reverse It is entirely possible that we will face the situation where our health care system could become overwhelms and reverse the current progress that we've made. All these many months, Colfax says. The city is currently averaging 80 new cases a day from 32 at the end.

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"superintendent matthew duffy" Discussed on KQED Radio

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06:10 min | 8 months ago

"superintendent matthew duffy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Enough for him. I've been staying in safe places moving around to stay low. It'll definitely a day of relief. I'm Marco Woman also today a hopeful story about a man who escaped the war in Syria. Now he's going to school to help fight for his country's future and more, you know, more dangerous. Your dictatorship on human rights groups are asking the 2022 Olympics be moved out of China with a well the evidence that they have at their fingertips. Absolutely ludicrous that they believed this was the right knew those stories and more today here on the world. News. I'm Jack Spear. President elect Joe Biden delivered a speech today, reiterating his campaign promise to protect and build upon the affordable care act. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. Biden's remarks coming to the U. S. Supreme Court is here in case brought by Republican led states and the Trump Administration seeking to dismantle the Obama era law. Biden says thie argument before the Supreme Court will determine whether the health care coverage of more than 20 million Americans will be at risk in the midst of a pandemic. This doesn't need to be a partisan issue. It's a human issue. It affects every single American family. We can't subvert the growing consensus. The American people based on an argument put forward in the briefs seeking to invalidate the law to of the court's conservative justices suggested they were skeptical of Republican arguments that all of the affordable care act must fall. Even if one key provisions, the individual mandate is found to be unconstitutional. Mr Johnston. NPR NEWS, the nation's top intelligence agency says it can't start working with President Electoral Biden in this transition team until the Trump administration grants formal approval. NPR's Greg Marie has that story as president elect Joe Biden should receive the same daily intelligence briefing is the one that's prepared for President Trump. That's been the tradition for decades. But the office of the director of National Intelligence says in a statement that it cannot have contact with Biden's transition team just yet. Yes, because the Trump administration has not sent a routine letter that authorizes Biden and his team to start receiving government resource is the letter would give Biden's team access across the government. From the basics like office space and death to the highly sensitive like top secret intelligence briefings. Greg Marie NPR NEWS Washington nation's top infectious disease experts, as he is heartened by the early success rate in a trial of a Corona virus vaccine developed by Fizer interview today on MSNBC, Dr Anthony found CI Sing an independent. Bonnie's examine the data and everything looks good, and he said he would not hesitate to take it if it receives final approval. Well, I'm going to look at the data, but I trust fighter. I trust the FDA. These are colleagues of mine for decades. The career scientist if they look at this data And they say this data is solid. Let's go ahead and approve it. I promise you, Andrea. I will take the vaccine and I will recommend that my family take the vaccine. He says He also has no intention of leaving his current role finds her announced this week. It's vaccine candidate appears to be more than 90% effective. Global stock market rally on the hills of some positive developments in the fight against Cove in 19 and the US election results cooling somewhat today Down Jones Industrial Average up 262 points but the NASDAQ was down 159. Yes, and P was down four points. This is NPR. Live from kick you Edie News. I'm terrorists. Tyler, California Health officials are warning that the Cupid 19 virus is becoming more widespread. Contra Costa and Santa Cruz counties are moving back to the second most restrictive tear for reopening. California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Galley says he expects more counties to do the same. We anticipate of things stay the way they are that between this week and next week over half of California counties will have moved into a more restrictive tear. Galley says. Pandemic fatigue, Maybe driving positivity rates as a desire to get back to normal may lead more people to ignore public health guidelines. Despite a months long statewide campaign to get more public school students, they're required vaccinations. Thousands are still behind cuties Junior McAvoy reports. State law requires proof that students are immunized in order to attend school even remotely. West Contra Costa Unified Superintendent Matthew Duffy estimates at least 600 students in his district are still missing their shots. You have some kids and families were trying to figure that out with them because it's just harder to get the doctor's the California immunization coalitions. Catherine Flores Martin says. Some schools are reluctant to follow the law and stop students from attending during this time of covert upheaval. I think the schools are easy with adding more of a burden on the families to make them go get their shots before they can continue their work at school. Florida's Martin says the hope is that as more schools reopened for hybrid learning on campus There may be a way for students to catch up with on site vaccinations. There. I'm Julia McAvoy Cootie news and I'm terrorist Siler in Oakland. This's support comes from Fergus Garber architects with integrity and artistry, the design custom homes that reflect how their clients live, work and play. Support for the world comes from battle, a language program that uses interactive dialogue and speech recognition technology to teach a new language like Spanish, German or French babble is available in the APP store or online at B A. B A. B e l dot com.

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05:13 min | 8 months ago

"superintendent matthew duffy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And asked what he sees. Do you see anything anywhere in any of the claims that could overturn this election? No, I do not also will explain the medical lingo behind Kobe 19 tests and tell you which one might work best for different situations. So if you want to be a sensitive as possible, then you want to do a PCR test. If you have somebody with symptoms really quick results than in an urgent test is a reasonable approach and emergency room doctor Lena Wen on President elect Biden's Four on the virus plan coming up here and now the news is first. Lie from NPR news. I'm Laxmi saying President elect Joe Biden is forging ahead with his transition with or without President Trump's help. A short time ago, The Democrat address a major fight over the survival of the Affordable Care act being waged before the conservative leaning U. S. Supreme Court. He says. It's the latest in a Siri's of GOP attempts to have Obamacare struck down twice. Already, the Supreme Court has upheld the landmark law. In 2012 and again in 2015. The Congress, expressing the popular will of the American people on a bipartisan basis, has rejected numerous attempts. Numerous efforts by President Trump to race the law as well. When asked what message he had for Trump. Biden said he looked forward to speaking with the incumbent. He says he thinks it is quote an embarrassment that Trump has not yet conceded the race. But the president says he believes that he is the victim of widespread fraud, though there's been No evidence of that. NPR's Tamara Keith says Trump's legal challenges still have the support of Republican allies in Congress, Republicans in Congress seemed to be indulging President Trump's search for fraud, allowing him to try to exhaust all of his legal options. I mean, potentially, it could go until the election is certified, but that It seems somewhat unlikely. And in addition to Republicans in Congress, though, who mostly haven't congratulated President elect Biden, you now have world leaders who are allies of President Trump you have Boris Johnson tweeting out that he just spoke to and congratulated Joe Biden on his election. NPR's Tamara Keith reporting over shadowing the disputed presidential election. The Corona virus pandemic, the nation's top infectious disease expert, continues to weigh in on Pfizer's breakthrough on the vaccine for Corona virus. NPR's Windsor Johnson. Reports of pharmaceutical giant on Monday announced that its experimental vaccine appears to be more than 90% effective in preventing Corona virus. Dr. Anthony Fauci says he's still reviewing the data from clinical trials but has confidence and Pfizer and the Food and Drug Administration Speaking on MSNBC felt he was asked about whether he would take the new vaccine. These are colleagues of mine for decades. The career scientist if they look at this data, and they say this data is solid, Let's go ahead and approve it. I promise you, I will take the vaccine and I will recommend that my family take the vaccine vaccine could be available to certain people by thie end of the year if it's approved by the FDA. A widespread rollout is not expected until sometime next spring. Windsor Johnston NPR news New Corona virus cases per day have topped 100,000. The Dow is up 246 points. You're listening to NPR news. Live from the news on Paul Land Core President elect Joe Biden's new Corona Virus Advisory board includes three faculty members at UC San Francisco Doctors David Kessler, Eric Goolsbee and Robert Rodriguez. All professors at the school will serve on the 13 member board. The group is set to advise Biden and Vice President elect Kamala Harris as they transition into the White House. Kessler served as FDA commissioner under two previous administrations. Cosby worked on AIDS policy for two presidents. Rodriguez works at San Francisco general and Highland Hospitals. Despite a months long statewide campaign to get more public school students, they're required vaccinations. Thousands are still behind Edie's Julia McAvoy reports. State law requires proof that students are immunized in order to attend school. Even remotely West Contra cost a unified superintendent Matthew Duffy estimates at least 600 students in his district are still missing their shots. You have some kids and families were trying to figure that out with them, because it's just harder to get the doctor's the California immunization coalitions. Catherine Flores Martin Says some schools are reluctant to follow the law and stop students from attending during this time of covert upheaval. I think the schools are easy with adding more of a burden on the families to make them go get their shots before they can continue their work at school, Flores Martin says. The hope is that as more schools reopened for hybrid learning on campus There may be a way for students to catch up with on site vaccinations there. I'm Julia Mack of Way. Cootie news..

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"superintendent matthew duffy" Discussed on KQED Radio

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01:52 min | 8 months ago

"superintendent matthew duffy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Vice president Gabriella Lopez helped draft the plan. We've definitely been hearing the needs for our families to get more clarity, detailed information about our plans. Any plan would still need teacher buy in. But Lopez says she hopes more detailed information and transparency will help build trust. A final vote on the resolution is expected later this month. I'm Daniel Kick you in the news. Despite a months long statewide campaign to get more public school students, they're required vaccinations. Thousands are still behind Media's Julia McAvoy reports. State law requires proof that students are immunized in order to attend school. Even remotely West Contra cost a unified superintendent Matthew Duffy estimates at least 600 students in his district are still missing their shots. You have some kids and families were trying to figure that out with them, because it's just harder to get the doctor's the California immunization coalitions. Catherine Flores Martin Says some schools are reluctant to follow the law and stop students from attending. During this time of covert upheaval. I think the schools are easy with adding more of a burden on the families to make them go get their shots before they can continue their work at school. Florida's Martin says The hope is that as more schools reopened for hybrid learning on campus There may be a way for students to catch up with on site vaccinations. There. I'm Julia Mack of Way Cootie news and there is more at dot org's good morning. I'm Brian. What support today comes from total wine and more with more than 1000 wines and specialists to provide advice on holiday gifting. Coming up on morning edition. A new Covad 19 treatment for mild to moderate symptoms will soon be available for emergency use..

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04:23 min | 8 months ago

"superintendent matthew duffy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In the Trump administration since Election Day. NPR's Aisha Roscoe reports, Trump has yet to concede and is pledging to continue lawsuits challenging the outcome. President Trump says that Mark Esper will be replaced by the director of the National Counter Terrorism Center Christopher Miller. Trump said in a tweet that Esper had been terminated, though he didn't provide any explanation for his removal. Esper is the highest profile departure from the administration in recent days. But at least three other agency hits have been removed or demoted since the election, including the chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. What Trump has refused to concede his campaign has offered no evidence that would overturn the thousands of votes necessary across multiple states for him to claim a second term. Aisha Roscoe NPR NEWS. The number of Corona virus infections has surpassed 10 million in the United States. Another sobering milestone as the number of cases continues to rise across the nation and also comes amid word of real progress in the race for a vaccine pharmaceutical giant Pfizer today announced that its experimental vaccine appears to be 90% effective in preventing Coben 19. Speaking in Wilmington, Delaware today, President elect Joe Biden praised the news but warned that the pandemic is far from over. It's clear that this vaccine even if approved I'll not be widely available for many months yet to come. Challenge before us right now. Is still immense and growing. No, We're not in office yet. I'm just laying out what we expect to do, and hope can be done. Some of it between now and the time were sworn in fight and also announced the formation of a Corona virus advisory board. Immigration is expected to be at the top of Biden's agenda when he takes office in January. NPR's Joel Roads reports, the former vice president is almost certain to reverse some of President Trump's policies. President elect Biden is expected to quickly end the travel ban on immigrants for majority Muslim countries and extend protections for DACA recipients. But other changes could take months or years to unwind. President Trump's administration has taken more than 400 executive actions, slashing the flow of legal immigrants to a fraction of what it was when he took office. President elect Biden has promised to quickly send the bill to Congress that would create a pathway to citizenship for the estimated 11 million immigrants living in the country illegally. But that bill has little chance of becoming law if Republicans retain control of the Senate. Well Rose. NPR news on Wall Street, the Dow was up 1277 points. This is NPR news in Washington. Live from Kait VD News on Brian Watch in Oakland. There has been a sharp increase in Covad 19 cases in Santa Clara County in recent days, health officials say. Close to 360 cases were reported yesterday. That is the second highest number of cases in a day since mid July. The county says the number of hospitalizations on Sunday increased by close to 10%. Health officials say they're concerned the trend will continue as cooler weather brings more people inside for some activities. County says it plans to increase enforcement efforts to crack down on businesses that flout Covad 19 prevention rules. The head of one of the East Bay's largest school district's is stepping down. The superintendent of West Contra Costa Unified is leaving the district at the end of his contract in June. He says he wants to make way for new leadership after four new members were elected to the board sees Julia McAvoy Reports Superintendent Matthew Duffy took over the district five years ago and has been able to improve teacher retention increased graduation rates. And we'll leave the district with 35 million and reserves, but he was nearly fired last year after an unforeseen accounting hit, pushed the district to have to make deep cuts and increased class sizes. Duffy says the pressures of running a district during a pandemic may give pause to his successor. So I do think it'll push people to think about how much they want Teo and can take on Duffy says the challenges that lie ahead include digging in on race and equity issues important to the community. I'm Julia.

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03:29 min | 8 months ago

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"Lifesaving medical devices. Learn Mauritz safety action center dot pg e dot com. Good morning. It's 8 30. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston. President elect Joe Biden has announced the formation of his Corona Virus advisory board. Members will be tasked with developing a plan to combat the pandemic as fighting prepares to take office. Dr. Ashish Jha is the dean of Brown University School of Public Health, He says the next several months will be critical in getting the recent surge of the virus under control. This expert panel is not gonna have a lot of not gonna have a lot of power right now, so They can do a lot still to try to begin to help the country move forward, but they're ultimately gonna have the biggest impact. Once Mr Biden is actually in office. The United States has recorded nearly 10 million cases of the Corona virus. Control of the U. S. Senate will come down to two runoff races in Georgia early next year. A meal Moffett from member Station W. E reports. Republican Kelly Leffler and her Democratic challenger, Raphael Warnock, emerged as the top two vote getters in an open primary last week. Meanwhile, intent that David Produce failed to eclipse the 50% barrier needed to avoid a runoff against Democrat John Run off elections are set for January. 5th Democrats need to win both Senate seats in orderto have a 50 50 split. Pamela Harris as vice president would serve as a tiebreaker and they'll Moffett reporting this is NPR news in Washington Live from KQED News on Brian Watt in Oakland. Head of one of the East Bay's largest school district is stepping down. The superintendent of West Contra Costa Unified is leaving the district at the end of his contract in June. He says he wants to make way for the new leadership. After four new members were elected to the board. Cupid's Julia McAvoy Reports Superintendent Matthew Duffy took over the district five years ago and has been able to improve teacher retention increased graduation rates. And we'll leave the district with 35 million and reserves, but he was nearly fired last year after an unforeseen accounting hit, pushed the district to have to make deep cuts and increased class sizes. Duffy says the pressures of running a district during a pandemic may give pause to his successor. So I do think it'll push people to think about how much they want Teo and can take on Duffy says the challenges that lie ahead include digging in on race and equity issues important to the community. I'm Julia McAvoy Security News. A state legislative committee is set to hear from experts today about expanding the use of controlled burns to reduce to catastrophic nature of wildfires. Several government and nonprofit agencies say California must dramatically increased the acreage. It's burns on purpose. Clear out excess vegetation before it can fuel a wildfire. The assembly's natural resource is committee is holding the hearing to gather information about how the state currently uses prescribed burning and how it could be expanded. I'm Brian. What news Support comes from Fergus Garber architects with integrity and artistry. They design custom homes that reflect how their clients live, work and play. Support for Kiki We D comes from fieldwork brewing. Locally owned and operated fieldwork features,.

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01:53 min | 8 months ago

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"And affect the northern part of that state by the end of the week. On Wall Street, the Dow is up 1232 points or more than 4%. This is NPR Live from KQED News on Brian what San Francisco's last Open race has been decided. Connie Chan has won a seat on the board of Supervisors representing the city's Richmond district. Her opponent margin Phil Hower. Conceded the race last night. The movie ends a neck and neck race between the two since election night. Fill our is a moderate Democrat. She was a senior adviser to mayor London Breed. Chan is a progressive. She worked for Vice President elect Kamala Harris when she was the city's district attorney and supervisor, Aaron Peskin. The latest count shows Chan ahead by 123 votes. Head of one of the e space largest school districts is stepping down. The superintendent of West Contra Costa Unified is leaving the district at the end of his contract in June. He says he wants to make way for new leadership after four new members were elected to the board cuties Julia McAvoy reports. Superintendent Matthew Duffy took over the district five years ago and has been able to improve teacher retention increased graduation rates and will leave the district with 35 million and reserves. But he was nearly fired last year after an unforeseen accounting hit pushed the district to have to make deep cuts and increased class sizes. Duffy says the pressures of running a district during a pandemic may give pause to his successor. So I do think it'll push people to think about how much they want Teo and can take on Duffy says the challenges that lie ahead include digging in on race and equity issues important to the community. I'm Julia McAvoy News. Quick Sports The San Jose Earthquakes lost in Seattle yesterday for the one on Brian Watch News..

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01:55 min | 8 months ago

"superintendent matthew duffy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"One. And you also got people who voted for common, Harris and so Is it in her image caretakers, someone turn around and win, rumored to be on the list, or several people representing the state's diversity, including two California mayor's San Francisco's London Breed, and Robert Garcia from Long Beach, who is openly gay. And don't forget Eastbay Congresswoman Barbara Lee, plus two statewide officeholders. Secretary of state Alex Padilla and Attorney General Javier Sarah. I'm Scott Shaffer News. The superintendent of West Contra Costa Unified is leaving the district at the end of his contract in June, reads Julia McAvoy reports. Superintendent Matthew Duffy took over the district five years ago and has been able to improve teacher retention increased graduation rates and will leave the district with 35 million and reserves. But he was nearly fired last year after an unforeseen accounting hit pushed the district to have to make deep cuts and increased class sizes. Duffy says the pressures of running a district during a pandemic may give pause to his successor. So I do think it'll push people to think about how much they want Teo and can take on Duffy says the challenges that lie ahead include digging in on race and equity issues. Important to the community. I'm Julia McAvoy Cake. The news. And I'm Brian Watt in Oakland. There's more at dot org's Support comes from Fergus Garber architects with integrity and artistry. They design custom homes that reflect how their clients live, work and play. Coming up on morning edition on nobody On this Monday. Leaders around the world are reacting to the US election ahead how Biden's presidency could affect US relations with Russia, China and Iraq. Hi. I'm Marco Woman around the globe. People are pondering a bite and.

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"superintendent matthew duffy" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:06 min | 8 months ago

"superintendent matthew duffy" Discussed on KGO 810

"By night frenzy by night, and San Francisco's North Beach, is now open for dining family owned and operated for Enzo by night, is a proud staple of the North Beach dining. Same call for reservations. It's for 1539 to 85 85. That's 415. 39 to 85 85, the first Bay Area school to be named after former first lady Michelle Obama held its virtual grand opening in Richmond today. The school formerly named Woodrow Wilson Elementary, underwent a two year $36 Million rebuild West Contra Costa Union School. District Superintendent Matthew Duffy says the new facility is designed to remove learning barriers and encourage collaboration. Sit, stand lean, Draw. Explore teachers, Khun close up all the doors and being very traditional spaces with their 30 students. They can open it up. They can teach 100 kids at a time that can move 10 over here. 90 over there. There's so much that can be done in this facility. Leaders say Michelle Obama is more inspirational than former President Wilson to today's youngsters in Richmond, where three out of four students are Latino or African American. Cal State East Bay, getting a new president more from kgs Brett Burkhardt. She is Oakland native Cathy San Dean, currently the chancellor of the University of Alaska, Anchorage Sand. Dean has a long history in Bay Area academics. She has also been a member of the faculty at Santa Clara University, San Jose State, Stanford University and San Francisco State University. She assumes her new role on January 4th at Cal State E spay Brett Burkhardt. San Francisco's Legion of Honor Museum announcing it is reopening this week. It's been closed for seven months because of the pandemic. The museum is open today of four members, then on Friday will open to the general public. As per city guidelines, though visitors at the museum will be required to wear face coverings and indoor capacity will be limited as well. This report, sponsored by indeed dot com Find the high impact hire your business needs fast on indeed,.

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"superintendent matthew duffy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"superintendent matthew duffy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Dave Freeman it's six thirty live from NPR news in Washington I'm Louise Schiavone vice president Mike pence says more Americans will have access to corona virus testing in the coming days with the rollout of the new private public partnership NPR's Allison Aubrey reports the head of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases Anthony found she says the US is moving into a new phase of testing in addition to state health labs commercial high speed testing is being rolled out making it possible to do thousands of tasks officials say priority will be given to healthcare providers and older Americans at higher risk so far there are about three thousand documented cases of corona virus in the U. S. though this case count is expected to go up as testing increases those unifies as Americans hunkered down to prevent the spread of this contagious virus Allison Aubrey NPR news Washington southeast Asian nations have reported a sharp uptick in corona virus cases over the weekend Michael Sullivan reports from Thailand the biggest jump over the weekend was in Malaysia one hundred and twenty five new cases reported today link to a religious event last week Thailand reported more than sixty over the weekend some local transmission some not Vietnam is dealing with a new cluster connected to an infected woman who returned earlier this month from London Europe now the epicenter of the virus Michael Sullivan reporting Wall Street another plunge expected the Dow down sharply this is NPR live from KQED news I'm Brian white San Francisco public schools are temporarily shut down for at least the next three weeks due to the spread of corona virus but students in need of a meal will still be able to pick up breakfast and lunch at select locations starting today KQED Shannon Lynn reports students eighteen and younger enrolled in city schools can pick up free breakfast and lunch at eight sites across the city school officials plan to add six more site starting Wednesday the district's Jennifer lebar expects to serve over eleven thousand meals twice a day for the next two weeks labarre says one out of five students in the district rely on school meals we don't want to lose that so that's where we're moving as quickly as we can to make sure that these opportunities are opening provided to our kids and it is possible the district is exploring options to provide dinner as well as extending service through spring break to the end of the shut down I'm channeling KQED news the Oakland west Contra Costa and Hayward unified school districts are also among those distributing food to students while schools are closed west Contra Costa superintendent Matthew Duffy plans to help distribute food at Richmond high school later this morning students can.

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