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Judge bars Biden from enforcing 100-day deportation ban

Garret Lewis

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

Judge bars Biden from enforcing 100-day deportation ban

"General Mark Burnett, which is suing the Department of Homeland Security over a new policy, halting most deportations for 100 days. It claims the move violates an agreement Arizona signed with the Trump administration in January, requiring the feds to provide 180 days written notice of changes in immigration policy. Federal judge has already paused the Biden administration policy. While a similar lawsuit filed in Texas plays out. The Tucson Unified School District confirms that lost four employees to cope in 19 last week in five days because of medical privacy laws. Exact details have not been released. A memorial will be held at next week's governing board meeting. I'm

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"tucson unified school district" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:02 min | 9 months ago

"tucson unified school district" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Faculty and staff responding to Dalton's commitment to becoming an anti racist institution. Yes, it's a jumping off point because of all the racist institutions that are out there. Don't just not. It's not look if he's if he's institutions of higher learning of these Dalton's and these Harvard's and all these Schools that are self flagellating themselves on the altar of social justice. If they really are is racist If they're systemically and inherently racist institutions as people claim they are. Why are we still funding them? No idea. Why don't we just shut them down? It's a really good why don't we do if they are truly systemic, inherent, inescapable racism? At these institutions that are perpetuating white supremacy. Shutting down Get rid of him well, and we we covered this down statues every day. We covered this and again getting back to the slippery slope years. I mean, I mean, Give me years ago almost a decade ago, when we were covering the ethnic studies inside of Tucson Unified School District, and they had a similar They had a similar situation there where it was with their disciplinary programs, and it was focused more just on the students that were being disciplined inside this school district and how they wanted. You go and very the degrees of punishment based off of the identity and the ethnicity of the students not based off the infraction because they didn't like that. There was a discrepancy and a difference in the percentages of individuals in terms of demographics that we're getting in trouble with schools, and we made the exact same argument back then still relevant today, right if this is going on, if there's if there's racism inherent in the system, you guys were the system, you individuals that So point to him, we said you can point to who on your staff is doing all the racism and then get rid of the racist fire. Not that hard. And if that's not enough, if they're still systemic racism that is just infecting that institution than just shut it down. Let's get rid of it, especially also these public schools. It's get rid of all shut them all down, so Travel Leisure has an article here. Iceland's Elf school right There are several types of bells, according to the article, and according to Icelandic lore, The good news is they say elves are real. And they live in Iceland. Okay, All right. Apparently, I did not know that I didn't know this either. It's his new information for me learned a little bit Maurin that in that fire song movie. Just wasn't great. The will Ferrell remember the wolf. Didn't you see Fire song with Will Ferrell. The one on that flight? Eurovision? Yeah, the Eurovision. That's the fire song. I don't know what the name of the band Okay. The name of the movie is was it was it was? The year was European Eurovision. Yeah, Okay, but still about the E. No. He's over the fight Me, right? Like you're talking about fire. It was titled Subtitle that it had that door. Yeah, Yeah. No, it was. The movie was called Eurovision. Okay, Okay. I'm gonna get back to my orders. E.

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"tucson unified school district" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:33 min | 10 months ago

"tucson unified school district" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Spencer's tv dot com 23 year old Phoenix man has died after tumbling almost 80 FT and Grand Canyon National Park officials say Jaquan Carter fell well day hiking on the South Chi back trail yesterday morning. No other details were released, but an investigation is underway. A report by the Arizona auditor general's office shows 13 Arizona School districts are at financial risk, including the Apache Junction Unified School District, the Isaac Elementary School District and the Murphy Elementary School District in the Valley, as well as the Tucson Unified School District. Those districts have been hit with problems that she's falling enrollment and need to spend more than they could take in the chairman of the state Senate Judiciary Committee has issued to subpoenas to Maricopa County supervisors. They seek images of all mail in ballots from the November election and a forensic on it. Voting equipment and software. Southwest Airlines is getting almost three dozen 7 37 Max jets through the end of next year. Airplanes began flying again earlier this month after being grounded for almost two years. This report is brought to you. By Ed Elman FINANCIAL ENGINES Are you prepared for retirement? If you're not sure, go to Ric Edelman dot com spelled out rice Delmon dot com Now. A check of traffic here Steep. Some high 17 North found their Union hills drive. We have an action it off right and slow traffic from Bell Road to 02 westbound at Center Parkway. There's a crash. That's off, right, actually a vehicle. Smacked into some debris..

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"tucson unified school district" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:21 min | 10 months ago

"tucson unified school district" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"On? It's your morning ritual with me. Garrett Lewis can s t a m 7 92 songs Most stimulating talk. There are three things that I think you need to know, of course, brought to my strong bill. Plumbing, air and solar. Number one. We now have Arizona. Finally, an amicus amicus brief. Our attorney, Jim, don't build it by that He's a rhino dusa from McCain clone. But Mark Brockovich said We are joining basic, a friend of the court. Where were we say we support this lawsuit by Texas against Pennsylvania? We support it. And we think it's the right thing to do Granted, he also said in his release. He also said that this we're not being sued because we did a great job with our voter integrity, which is just comical. I mean, really, dude, he's covering his butt. But it's now 18 states, including Texas that are suing those four states Supreme Court. I mean, they can't deny this at all. Second thing I think you need to know, as I've said since the start of the show, I'm like, what is going on. What? We have a crisis going on here in Arizona? And I'm wondering why and again I don't know the reason. But I like what I would put all kinds of pressure on Rusty Bowers. That's what I would do if I was the Republican Party here. And yet Mark Fincham is out in Washington, D. C. Is there a reason why they don't tell me it's secret. Third thing. I think you need to know Tus de The U. S. D has announced that guess what? They're not even going to open schools in 2021, at least not the beginning. I don't think you can open them ever, but because of the high right high rate of cases. You're not going to have kids back in the classroom still Which is such a crime. Three things. I think you need to know. So you have charter schools. Like my son school. He's been there. Thank God since August in class every day. And they're doing just fine. Yet For some reason, Tucson Unified School District the teachers there, They just don't think it's good. You have other school districts that are still doing hybrid private schools, Catholic schools, Christian schools that are not there open full time. Yet somehow some way I guess the virus is going to attack T ust schools that much more like this is people should be outraging. She yanking their kids out. Cost them let them let them cost money and buy that we even have I have a story to get to this hour. That has a T ust teacher admitting that remote learning is destroying kids, But of course she supports it. I mean, why wouldn't she right? Why wouldn't she? Um Probably had this. I might have to change the three things TMC, their CEO, Judy Riches, a nurse, and they publicly put out a statement. By the way. Asking us to stay home. Please, Please stay home. Do not socialize with other households. We are getting full. We're just about full and we're gonna get more than full. We take care of you Just just don't Okay? Just done. They said we know what you're doing. Right? Don't please. We thank you for wearing masks. We thank you for social distancing two things, by the way, not proven by science to work. We know you're doing the right thing. If we're doing all those things in case is still go up. Why should we be doing those things right? I mean, that's that is the question. So they're asking you to stay home and we'll get into all that. And that's the big thing. All of a sudden, all these alerts Pima County puts on alert all we're gonna We're reaching capacity. We reached capacity. How we have a mask mandate. We have a mandatory curfew and a voluntary curfew. Everything that you want us to do. We're doing And yet it's not mitigating anything. So you're mitigation doesn't work. Well, anybody in the media please ask those morons that like what would happen if people weren't doing this. Will there be more full bore full house? Really? How do you know? Again. Where's the science? There's no science to social distancing on Lee. If reporter at a TV station or newspaper would actually look into that, and maybe it's because the people that run these TV stations or liberal morons, which is true whether it's the GM of the news directors, they all are. Listen, I'm not here to make friends with them. I don't care. I'm gonna make friends with you. So anyway, there was a speaking about garbage television stations. K O LD News! Wow, this one Means like every week they do these garbage stories. I mean, they teamed up member last week. They head up high pants. Fake news, but Foster team up with Pima County to put out fake information, false information. About the amount of cases dropping because of their curfew. They literally lied about it. I called him It's all my page. A canister calm the screen shots are there No retraction or apology that I've noticed from KRLD. They have literally zero credibility. It's It's awful. I mean, it's terrible what they did. They are what they do. They're a danger to the public, just like the Prima County Health Department is So they do a story on cable. The news. Do you know there's a state? Rep Here in is a state representative. His attitude, son. He's a Democrat. Name I think is Andres que No que no que? No something like that. 28 years old and they do a story about him because he's got the China virus..

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"tucson unified school district" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

08:30 min | 10 months ago

"tucson unified school district" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Justice Andrew Good to be Back after the long holiday weekend and thank you for spending some time with us. We still have some open lines. If you want to take part in the program here in the final segment, 651 99 5855 or use the hashtag T CME T on Twitter or parlor. So back in, uh preferably parlor 2000 and eight There was this program. It was the Raza Ethnic studies program inside a Tucson Unified School District, the largest school district in the state of Arizona. Now this was a Is that it wasn't an elective wasn't it goes there requirement it was it was. It was elective. It was it was an elective, but you could take it in place of American other credits right, taking them counted as an American history credit. This was fought tooth and nail. There was a there was a teacher inside of the program. John Ward, who came out and rule ended up leaving. You know, leaving the school district, Um, after he was exposed to what they were teaching inside these that things that these courses on ended up making quite a bit of quite a bit of news, and it it was. It was one of the stories that actually put the show that we were doing on the map in Southern Arizona at the time. So much so that the tooth the The state superintendent. Gosh is named now ex Kate. So Tom Horn. Tom Horn had actually pushed through legislation to ban the curriculum because it was decidedly anti American. It is it is anti American, and it is It's an indoctrination and what we saw where kids coming out of this program that went in, you know, normal, happy loving, you know, fun loving kids and came out radicalized, essentially radicalized came out with distinctly strong anti American views. I may even have I didn't even think about like, Keep Keep certain articles from a long time ago, um, in my in my folder in the off chance they pop up again on the look of it a little bit later on, but it was. It's fascinating because of the time when we were pushing against this particular program. Um, I still remember some of the marriage of the program and what John Ward had come out and talked about and what he was so concerned about. You know, the police were the extension of the white man's hand. They keeping them Individuals in their in their ghettos that minority groups were already at a disadvantage because the curriculum was racist against them. I mean, it was. It was horrible, horrible anti American stuff. And you flash forward and we've talked about this. You know, you go back to 2000 and eight you go back to 2007. You look at the ages of those students. And this is a This is a class that Had sort of had been sprinkled men around the country. It wasn't it wasn't in all the school district is just a handful of them in certain parts of the country. But we talked about the fact that when you track the ages of the kids that went through these courses And then you fast forward to now it's pretty clear that a majority of the individuals that have been causing so much devastation across the country, especially your antifa types, who are who are believing this kind of know most mainstream garbage coming from the left that came from these classes. Where individuals that were influenced, You know, we we call them back Then these were activists courses. You know, Drew. Drew is 100% right? That's what we were told time and time again, The students would come out of these courses angry. I saw this this morning and I just where they found all their kids to take part in chaining themselves to, you know to to immigration facilities. Theo beating the crap out of effigies of Joe Arpaio violently. You know, this is where this where all these kids come from, They have these little indoctrination radicalization centers. They pump him through. They pump him out, and now they're the ones occupying our streets and setting up autonomous zones in Minneapolis and Seattle and Portland. I saw this this morning and I just was shaking my head man, the Minneapolis from the after Alfa News, The Minneapolis Board of Education hopes its new ethnic studies requirement requirement. No. We'll help students develop skills down to become agents of change and create a learning environment environment that leads to action. This this'll would be a requirement. And from the Minnesota from the Minneapolis born of Education, a requirement starting with classes in 2025, all Minneapolis, students must earn a passing grade. In an ethnic studies course, according to a resolution that was passed by the school board earlier this month, a zoo opposed as I am to this. I don't worry about it too much because nobody graduates from Minneapolis schools anymore. So it's a really good point. Yeah, that's a really good point. Yeah, it's our responsibility to provide this opportunity for deep examination of power structures in our society, along with identifying ways to develop skills. You become agents of change now states the resolution, and by the way, just up front. It's just another one of those circumstances where the messaging and the way that they way that they term Things is such that the immediately what the ability to push back on it. For example. You go like why I'm against ethnic studies. You must be a racist then. Because why are you against the studying of other ethnicities? No, no, no, That's not. That's not what it is. Well, what's happened, But that's but that's But this is ethnic studies. This is this is critical Race theory. Yes, that's what this is the amended graduation requirement. Define an ethnic studies courses, one that includes the quote, explicit exploration of identity and Intersectionality, prioritizes the history and culture of historically marginalized groups, discusses the history and current role of race, racism and anti racist work and creates interdisciplinary learning that leads to action. No, this is just a bunch of radicalization, and you could frame it and all of your little your little nice language. You know, it's just anti racist work. Well, you know what? I've seen first hand the type of materials that you're giving out to teachers and other faculty members that is classified as anti racist, and it's not anti racist. It's pretty damn racist. Actually, because I've read it myself. I've seen it first. And it is all about exploring your whiteness and all your white privilege, and it just demonizes the white people across the board. In the in these in these anti racist literature that you're putting out there, and it forces people to change the way they think that's the that's the That's their goal. It's pretty Marxist. It's very Marxist, Pretty fascist school board member. Really Oh, it's all very awful. School board member Kimberly Capri. Me. I said she is looking forward to the conversation about how we could modify ethnic studies for middle school and elementary age students. I think by doing that we will definitely be in a better position to change the trajectory of racism in this country theater acceptance of differences they understanding of different cultures and just being more respectful of each other and celebrating each other's culture. And, yes, This course. Doesn't do any of that. There is not a country on the planet that is more accepting of different cultures than this one. Yep, there is not a country on the planet. That's it mention that such a job you're not parents. I know it is important for us to recognize that our history and our under and I'll understanding of history. Has been rooted in white supremacy for a long, long time in the United States, certainly and elsewhere, said the school board member Nelson Ins. I think to some extent is disappointing that we have to create a separate space for ethnic studies, he added later suggesting that the states Magic educational standards are embedded in white supremacy. Just really just did the state educational standards Drew are embedded in white supremacy. Better tear it all down them. Yeah, she's seriously just tear it all down. She really get rid of it all. We should get rid of the department of Public education. Yeah, let's get rid of all state level departments that have anything to do with education on Let's get it back down to the highest level of government that that that that is involved in your kid's education. Is at the county level. Let's do that..

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"tucson unified school district" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"tucson unified school district" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Inspire educators to begin to introduce the tenants of black lives matter. In their classrooms in age appropriate ways. How young do you think? The youngest child. Needs to be to learn about black lives matter. How young do you think? Cause it's younger than you think. They continue. The BLM movement was started in 2013 to address the excessive amount of state violence that African Americans experience in the United States. Here you go. Understandably, many teachers feel ill prepared to talk about issues surrounding race, racism and violence after weeks of social unrest in America. Should they talk about it? Is it their job to talk about it? As teachers of young Children, it says. We must move to prepare all Children to engage in thoughtful, critical thinking, right that will promote equity in our classrooms. You try being a Trump supporter. In a classroom side note before I continue. I have a friend who is a teacher. And his teacher. I'm not going to tell you. It's a public school. In southern Arizona. This teacher is teaching from the classroom online. To to her students. So this Teacher walks to another teacher's classroom where this other teacher is listening to me. I guess that's a benefit for teachers. If they're teaching online is that you know you give the kids the assignments, and then you could just listen to me. And this teacher said I what you doing listening to? I listen all the time. Well, Aren't you scared? You're turning down all the time, but I know I could listen with you. You're afraid to lose their afraid toe. Have that freedom. So listen to a conservative view. He had literally have to lower it because people are gonna get incensed in triggered by words that I say. That's how open Right that that that's the critical thinking. The thoughtfulness. That's the equity in classrooms. Why teachers are full of it, not not the good ones. The bad ones and school districts are full of it. They're full of it. There's no equity. Something equal about this. You ready? Let's continue with this BLM embedded curriculum and to USD schools. Is what teachers are learning. Children are not too young to talk about race. It literally says that Children are not too young to talk about race. Early childhood education environments are naturally the first spaces. Children are introduced to many things, different foods, cultures, people languages, we will begin examining how Children must be guided. By caring adults who also seek basic human rights and dignity for all. Our own discomfort about conversation surrounding race will not stop Children from noticing and thinking about it themselves. A discussion will focus on supporting critical thinking for book selection. There you go. So I mean, don't you think that's gonna happen? Very young when they write early childhood education. Right there. Children are not too young to talk about race. Tucson Unified School District, making their teachers go through this training so they can implement and you know the crazies. We're going to do it. You know, the ones that are the far left indoctrinating kind They're going to be. Oh, yeah, This is great. And if you actually just look up, there's all kinds of black lives matter Education out there viewing if you just Google Tus de Black Lives matter Curriculum You'll see all kinds of things come up books, you name it. Teaching materials. They want kids to be brainwashed with this. I know at this point, you're like, Well, why should even have our kids go back to class. I get it. I get it. Why they have to be other options, right? There have to be other options..

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"tucson unified school district" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"tucson unified school district" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Aging pipes, boxes. Jeff Man also Americans listening to boxing. Bar owners, Chica. I'm Donny K. Misty news. Bar owners and supporters are planning and not our last call rally today at the state Capitol there, protesting the executive order that has closed them indefinitely, while restaurant hotel and casino bars are allowed to be open. Just five bars across the state so far have gotten exemptions by presenting covert 19 mitigation plans to state health officials. Uh, read Park Zoo's getting ready to welcome back visitors after being closed for months because of the Corona virus. Pandemic of phased re opening begins August 28th. Some Tucson parks and recreation facilities will also be reopening, including playgrounds and Ramada is a Tucson Unified School District Elementary School is closed until September, 1st. After two staff members who work together tested positive for covert. 19 officials say there were no students on campus at Tolson Elementary School at the time of the potential exposure. I'm gonna need she taken s t E A. M. 7 90, Tucson's most stimulating talk. If you've recently retired or been offered early retirement, there are a lot of important decisions that need to be made. I'm Jeff Junior with trade and wealth. Important questions like how do I know if I have enough money to retire? If I die? Will my money be subject to probate? When is the best time to draw so security? How will I be impacted by losing my health coverage? Also, we're in a contentious political year. How will this affect you? Important questions and trading wealth can help. Trading wealth is a local trusted financial fiduciary.

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"tucson unified school district" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"tucson unified school district" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The problem is, it's shady, the way they're doing it. It may be optional, but they're hiding it. And some, you know you get into a pile of paperwork. It's like, if you buy something Microsoft or anything like that, you just click Accept accepted. Yeah, Yeah, firstborn. I got it except except IX and you just move on. That's that's what the waiver is set up like according to what one parent, Sarah Thompson said. I was really shocked, almost disturbed. And kind of disappointed in my gate daycare. Thompson son Logan went to the Tucson Unified School District Shoemaker Infant and early Learning centre before the Corona virus started to the spread started to spread the community upon reopening the district limited services to families of first responders and has since expanded the Children of essential workers to return. She had to fill out a new required form for Logan. She said. It's kind of scary to think about his apparent the waiver release. An assumption of risk forum starts with virus related terms, parents or legal guardians would sign on behalf of their child knowingly and voluntarily accept any and all risks associated with child care on a school campus. Meaning that ah, if the school doesn't even if the school there's something wrong. They're trying to get you to sign away that your rights to sue Thompson said. When I first saw it, I thought maybe I was reading it wrong. The waiver included, Although the Children and staff volunteers may have their temperature taken when entering the enrich enrichment center. That precaution is not nearly adequate to prevent the spread of covert 19 given, among other things, the long incubation period and the fact that many infected persons are asymptomatic. I understand and voluntarily assumed the risk that my child may acquire Covert 19 and that Cove in 19 may subsequently be transmitted from my child to me, my family and members of my household. And you're signing that from the school. Who's trying to sneak that in. As Thompson continue to read these, she felt the waiver went too far. She said, dismembered dies unwanted only touched the bottom Two paragraphs is where, Like I said, it gets a little shady. A spokesperson for to US D set a parent or legal guardian must complete the registration packet and sign paper paperwork, which includes the waiver in order for the child to attend the program. Thompson said. My whole family they work, so I have to make the decision. I can't afford not to go to work. But I also can't afford to send him to daycare, and I also can't also not afford to send in a cake. Daycare is a hard decision. No matter what you do. Neither one of them is right and they're putting parents in an awkward situation. So it's a weird thing, but they're trying to sneak it in there. It also may not hold up in court, by the way. If the school does something intentionally wrong, But it's certainly laying the groundwork to Ty to prevent the parents from doing making a decent decision, and it's certainly opening the door that kids won't be as protected as we think they will be. There tried to convince us they will be all done. Russia's next I'll Be back tomorrow. Thanks for tuning in KC Bartholomew in for Garrett Lewis. It's 9 58 on Kunst Am 7 90 Tucson's most stimulating talk My heart radio's.

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"tucson unified school district" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"tucson unified school district" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The governor and almost anything he's done over the past couple months because he started out good. And then Trump got to him. And then he went downhill with beds with bad decisions. But But my point is, yes. They looked exhausted. But I gotta tell you, you got to gear up for that press conference and give your state some confidence. And the two of them didn't do that today. I I'm not going to say I understand the exhaustion because I don't and I wouldn't say that I do. You might cause you're just you're you're jet beds. All right? I won't under. I don't understand the exhausted but you've got to come out. And put a better face on it. Because what they did today with saying nothing for over an hour and not having benchmarks and letting this August 17th school date, you know, kind of dangle out there. There isn't confidence now. No teachers, no parents. Us. I mean, there's not a lot of confidence in what they did. They didn't install the kind of confidence you're hoping for when it comes. To your child and as teachers school even here's the other thing. If you're a teacher, let's say you do want to go back. Let's say Yeah, I'd like to go back You're planning for what Are you planning or you're not planning. What about school sports? I mean, say what you want The football season's here Right now, These kids are trying to figure out what's going on. Some of these kids is their senior year. And they're not gonna have the chance to do it. I mean, there's so many components of this, and that's just the little part of it. The bigger part of it is The safety side, and I just feel like I don't think they have any kind of real plan. I think for him. His plan is I want to give it another two weeks before I make that decision, and then you push it back. And then you have teachers and administrators and parents that are are just dangling. They don't know what to do, because there's no plan. And they wouldn't talk about any benchmarks. No date for. Hey, we're hoping for this. I'm telling you, it's August 17th. I said it yesterday. They want the August 17th. They want your kid to go to school. In person. That's a disaster that is that you can push it off. And then I'd love to see these kids get into school. August 17th is a disaster. Do you really trust the state of Arizona? Who's running Arizona? After the mess that we've dealt with for the last two months to send your kid to school in a safe way? Absolutely not. No. All right. We'll continue talking about this again. If your teacher out frustrated parent how frustrated RU we'll probably open the phone. If your child right now you're you're you're also upset. You haven't seen your friends and months you're going crazy. You're Mom and Dad are like, Oh, my God. I wonder if they'll take it back and we can turn a man into place. You know, I mean, that's how I trust me. I mean, Jack's mom is about ready to strangle him because he's had no interaction with other human beings outside of adults. Continue talking about the press conference. But first, let's get some local news from Becky Lynn Jr Newsflash for 47. I'm Becky Lynn. And here's what you need to know. Right now. No specific date set for when your kids will return to the classroom Governor Doug Ducey in schools chief Cathy Hoffman announcing a new road map that leaves it up to school district's with guidelines. They do, say teacher led distance Learning quote has to begin by the first day of their traditional instructional calendar. Eyes on education continues with Tucson Unified School District Superintendent Gabriel Trujillo, saying the company that provides insurance coverage for his school district and others across the state. Is not providing liability coverage for covert 19. He says he got a letter from the company earlier this week notifying him of the.

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"tucson unified school district" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"tucson unified school district" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Let's do it. Hello, morning ritual. Gary Lewis can s t a M 7 90 Tucson's most stimulating talk tree things I think you need to know. Brought to you. My strong bill, plumbing, air and solar Number one. The Motorcade's Associated Press reports these motorcades all around Arizona in Phoenix, one in Tucson. Where teachers were demanding that schools be closed. Organized by red For Ed. I'll put it on my Facebook Twitter parlor. It's all there. AP Reporting it about that this is all garbage. Second thing I think you need to know. Ah, the largest Study in Germany on school Children and teachers shows schools do not play a major role in spreading the Corona virus. Scientists from Dresden Technical University, said they believe Children may act as a brake on chains of infection. How about them apples On third thing? I think you need to know to ust Tucson Unified School District, they said. When schools do finally actually have people inside its students inside it. It may be monitors in the classroom with your kids, and they might just weren't learn remotely from the classroom because teachers may not want to come back very ago. How about them? Great teachers. It's so dangerous. It's so bad. Of course they want funding. It's so bad. That they tell you what We could have them monitors. If anybody is going to die, let it be the monitors. There you go. There. It is a matter of three things. I think you need to know Ryan really quick before you bring on Danny McCarthy. Can you play 1 31? This is Joy Noriega, Tucson teacher part of the motorcade. I want Daniel hear this too, right? I want you to hear this, too. Um This is what they are demanding. This is what they have a message for Governor. Deuce over. Here we go. Listen to this 1 30 We want to make sure there's a 14 day decline. We're asking their to be mandates to make sure that everyone's healthy. We also want to make sure that they're fully funding our schools even when we're on line. Because this is a time that we needed the most. There you go, isn't it isn't a broken record? This is the time we needed the most. This is so you want to get paid to sit at home and do a zoo meeting? Get bent. Let's bring on Danny McCarthy demand. Daniel dot com Running for Senate against Martha Make silent Who is literally I'm not joking you She's like a like, I don't know where the hell she is. But I know where Dan Daniel himself by the way is going to be in southern Arizona, probably the last time until until probably after the primary after defeats, Martha Um he's going and I have this right, Daniel, you're gonna be at Ah, this essay arse. Our club. Is that right in Sonoita? Is that where you're going to be? That's exactly right. I'll be in southern Arizona today in anyone is more than welcome. I'll be there. Probably run seven thirtyish this evening love to see everybody before the primary kicks off. And yes, thank you very much for having me again. Garrett, this is, uh, this is A very dangerous time, I think because we're we're watching how the left is using the public school system now to attack the family attack the social fabric of our society. It's extremely dangerous because Think about it like this. If You have these Children now that you have to be at home because you know the teachers are just not willing to show up or or even worse Yet if we do have our Children show up the public schools, they're going to match them with the government on their face. They're going to require that they have these on realistic procedures that kids will never go through. And so they're basically like I said, they're they're decimating the social fabric of the public school system, which Maybe it's time. I mean, might my thinking on this is that we just need to rally around the idea that it's time now to shift away from the government pretty much in every aspect of our life. I mean, and I think the public school system might be a prime example of that. Well, I could tell you this. We have officially taken my son out of public school. He's done it So it's he's done. I'll tell you what, and this is. What's crazy Man again. This Associated Press story. They're not hiding it. Here's the headline. Arizona Teachers want school closures as vice virus cases rise, They're pushing for this. Despite the science, I played Scott out with Dr Scott Alice from Stamp University all in the last hour. He's like I am just he's going nuts that people aren't actually following the science. He's like all over the world. They're open. School is based on studies showing that Children do not actually pass on the virus on doll this stuff and let me just get real quick, it says Here in the AP story. Nearly 20 cars nearly 20 with painted messages travelled in a short procession in central Phoenix. It was one of six motor marches organized by members of the Arizona Red Fir ed Group. I mean very ago. It's all politics. It's all politics. They're they're They're weaponizing everything. This is what Communists do. This is what the radical left. Does They take the vulnerabilities of a society and they just decimate us were in the midst of a war and unfortunately People are still not completely woken up to the fact that this has been something they've been working on. For years and years. They've got Social Justice warriors. Now they're training our kids. I mean, if you look at the curriculum that kids are going through now it's it's on riel. They're not even teaching them really math. They're teaching them how to rewire the kid's brain. To think of the world differently. I mean, this is some deep pseudo science. It's not that I took my kids out of public school quite some time ago, we were all for my kids are home schooled and it was like they were freed from prison. I remember my daughter. The last day of her public school. She she said, Dad, she goes. I feel like I'm free feels out of prison. And and I think, unfortunately like that, if you have the left that weaponize is the school system, and this is no offence, teachers. There's some really great teachers out there. But guess what's gonna happen. Garret if we have disruption In that industry. Those really good teachers trust me. They'll have a new home. They'll have a new place where they can instruct kids because there'll be a new system that put together Hopefully very soon because what's what's happening is frankly inefficient. $60 billion a year. By the way for those of you that don't know this. The federal government spends $60 billion a year on federal Department of Education has nothing to do with your state budget that has nothing to do with how much of your property tax dollars goes toward your public school system. This is on top of that. And as a result of those $60 billion you're your federal government requires that your state has strings attached that air frankly, leftist propaganda strings, So it's Man, This is crazy. It's like the whole the whole thing's unraveling right in front of us. Like I said, the social fabric is decaying. Rate in front of us. It's really a shame hard to watch. It really is. Danny McCarthy's on Can s T a. M 7 90 demand. Daniel dot com is his website again. He's gonna be He's gonna be in Southern Arizona tonight, probably the last time. Before the primary is done, and it's off a highway 83. I'll get you the address in just a second, but I'm curious man, because what I see and there's rumors that Doug Ducey is going to extend There's been a reporter I saw Fox Genevieve sweet, juicy and hoping and thinking about extending the in person open day from August 17 to a later date, which is going to drive people more insane again. It's not even based on science. On dit Seems to me he's being letter reducing is being led around by his nose..

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"Jack Callahan Fox News Ah Corona virus vaccine developed by Oxford University in Britain already in the final phase of clinical trials. Patients who've received it. Report developing robust immune response. None too soon has the reported number of cases of the virus in the U. S. Continue to surge. Johns Hopkins University says the U. S. Saw 67,000 new cases of Corona virus Wednesday, the most ever for a single day. The outbreak is so bad that Alabama Governor K. I've issued a new rule. Requiring face coverings. I'm calling on everyone. Everyone in our state To practice personal responsibility. And where a maze in Texas they saw a single day record of 110 deaths. And the next time you go shopping, you may need a mask. Retailers, including Wal Mart, Kroger Coals are all requiring shoppers the mask up or get out. Thanks. Jill. NATO Trump campaign manager, Brad Par scale has been replaced by Deputy campaign manager Bill Stepien. The move comes as the president trails and polling nationally and in several key battleground states like Pennsylvania, where the latest Monmouth survey has the former vice president ahead by double digits, though critics will quickly remind that polling in 2016 was anything but predictive of the outcome. And even the Monmouth Survey acknowledged most voters believe there is a secret trump vote that simply won't show up in many survey was given Cork reports par scale will stay with the campaign returning to his earlier job of managing digital advertising New York City's police chief Terry Monahan, among four officers injured in a confrontation with protesters on the Brooklyn Bridge Wednesday, according to video tweeted by the police, a man swinging what looked like a Cain struck the officers. In another clip officers were seen bloodied by those blows. Fox's Gurnal Scott America is listening to Fox years. Tucson Unified School District releases their plan for the new school year. I'm Greg Paul K. Honesty news. The plan calls for a virtual curriculum with an option to work from the school or from home. All classes will be done online. Teachers will be working from virtual classes and not teaching in the classroom. So no matter where a student is, they will be on a computer. The on campus option is to support parents who have to work the 1st 9 weeks will have the online classes from home or school format. After that, administrators will make an assessment to determine if they need to extend Or change the format. The Arizona Department of Health Services is reporting over 3200 new Corona virus cases that brings the state's total to 131,354 Known cases over 936,000 Cove in 19 tests have been given, with 12% of them, resulting in a positive infection. I'm Greg Paul Candice T AM 7 92 sons. Most stimulating talk are 29636 and 276673.

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"Going to really protect the people that we're gonna need to close down all together, the owner, Barefoot studio, Briana aren't placed markers on the floors for social distancing and even installed Plexi glass to separate the yoga instructor from the clients. What makes this seems like Carrier scenario, Then you know, coming together as a group and dining together at a small table as opposed to separated six feet apart, and nobody takes their mask off until they're settled down on their math, Christy, But you know that I mean, it's None of it makes sense. None of it makes sense. Mark. Thanks for hanging on. Welcome to knsd. Mark. We lose Mark. Mark you there. Hold a long time. I want to leave marks there and let her go. It's gonna Richard. Richard, Welcome to can s t Hi. Hey, Gary. How you doing? All right, what's happening? Well, not a whole lot. I wanted Teo make a couple of comments and when regards to what you're talking about a ce faras, you know, you know, kids going back to school and everything. So I have two kids that you know what? 10 you know, school here in Tucson. Ah school district on DH. The thing is, you know, these kids have been out of school since you know what they got released for spring break back in March 13th. Yeah. I mean, it's been out. It will be five months by the time school starts that he goes back to school. It's crazy. Exactly, you know, And the thing is, you know what I mean. But yet Tucson Unified School District keeps sending me emails several times a day to Ah, register your kid register your kid, you know, and it's being alone. You know, it's crazy. I mean, what it's doing. I mean, they have to take into consideration the psychological effect that it's having on these kids for being, you know, well. You know, locked down for all you know, this time and everything else, you know, And it's you know, it's been worried about, you know, getting their funding by having your kid.

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01:53 min | 1 year ago

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"About the corruption of the Democratic Party what they see as the establishment getting behind Joe Biden well that's fine where is that where is the Bernie Bros get behind Bernie the end of the day I think the obvious the Democrats didn't want Bernie to be the guy but it comes down to votes they didn't show up to vote for Bernie he's gonna lose at zero eight thirty three will continue lawmakers in Arizona in my estimation stop the possibility of more affordable college forty degrees imagine getting a cheaper they stop at all explain coming up against any it looks like it'll be another see saw day on Wall Street analysts say shares keep falling because the number of coronavirus cases keeps rising president trump says the testing for cove in nineteen coronavirus is going well the only get tested or not something I would do the president added tests are widely available the Tucson unified school district announced that schools will not be closed due to Pima county's newest corona virus case for the time being the Pima county health department does not deem it necessary however the school district has canceled its planned summer trip to South Korea I'm Greg Paul Kane is T. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk good morning this market minute is brought to you by the Greenberg financial group coming off the worst day for the stock market in twelve years yesterday with another volatile day tao traded with the thirteen hundred point range before closing with a gain in nearly twelve hundred points after the trump administration floated several ideas to stimulate the sagging economy but today the roller coaster once again plunged at the open is the big question is whether the coronavirus pushes us into recession or not the Dow opened down seven hundred points about two R. as in after house Democrats say no the federal tax cuts dial down a thousand sixty S. and P. five hundred Dow one ten nasdaq down two ninety three while down a dollar twenty one thirty.

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"Three things I think you need to know number one it is super Tuesday and leading up to it Clementon is now gonna be Colbert sharpie but it change mark Kelly all throwing their weight only gets courted by the Democrat party behind Joe Biden and his lost mine who by the way screwed up the declaration independence and said it was super use get ready for super Thursday super Thursday your big sale going on a pennies or some issue where there's a second thing that I think you needed to know is that Regina Romero the socialist wacko mayor from out to some of course and in other council person at net Democrat lane a Santa Cruz demanding no Confederate flags flight any rodeo parades in the future and they want the city to stop investing money in the rodeo parade if there are Confederate flags there and by the way Tucson was a big part of the big but it was part of the civil war was part of the civil war it's part of history they want to array sits third thing I think you needed to know we'll get is it seven oh five hello high school part of the Tucson unified school district busted N. E. S. who pretended to he always been quiet on this they had a special event at the school to train kids on climate science yes climate science an advocacy training will get that seven oh five we'll be joined by David apple hammer chairman of the Republican Party of course I've been critical David have either one could nine one should not but I'll give people a chance to call this out I gotta give him credit for that three things I think you need to know all right so it you know they look okay you think a World War two right you had seventeen year old sixteen year old trying to get in the the military there in minutes they are getting it we got to do for the country is a tough these are tough people right as your generation me there into another looker military tough as nails too but it was a different mindset back then right now it sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen twenty twenty one year old people to join the military to fight for the country now we have eighteen nineteen twenty twenty one your people they are mad they are fighting back on college campuses what are they fighting for they're demanding Starbucks offer free vegan milk I mean it's yes this.

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"The Tucson unified school district's governing board is set to vote on a proposal today that would let the district cover the cost of some pre employment requirements like drug test and physicals it cost applicants one hundred forty dollars for the test screening and training required for most T. U. S. declassified positions district leaders fear that causes candidates to turn down jobs because they don't want or they can afford to front the money goodwill employees are trying to find the rightful owner of a Purple Heart medal the military medal was donated in a box at the goodwill near golf links and Houten the Purple Heart is awarded to members of the armed forces who are wounded by an instrument of war in the hands of the enemy and to the next of kin of those killed in action the metal found at goodwill was awarded to neck the Emilio junior who never made it home to California he is listed as lost at sea in September of nineteen forty three good will is trying to track the family down back in twenty sixteen another Purple Heart was found among donations to an Arizona good will and social media outreach help to successfully tracked down that service members family and police in Chandler say a man who was killed in a crash yesterday morning might have been looking at a cell phone when he lost control of his truck fifty year old Michael Robles lost control of his pick up and slammed into a wall he was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead Chandler police say they also don't believe he was wearing his seatbelt I'm Gregg Paul Kane S. T. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk Mysterons Mysterons food is so delicious if you haven't tried it yet you need to if you haven't been there awhile you need to go back go sit on the temp on table Mysterons it is a Japanese steak house oracle and route is still the food is great the show was fantastic the civic you sit around a temp on table they make fires a through food are they mess with the kids it's great for it listen my family loves go in there even my almost two year old loves going there my six year old loves going there eats all the stake I'd is veggies eat he never eats veggies green beans at all we've never reach veggies like he does at Mysterons it is so delicious dinner is the show of drinks are fantastic I mean my wife goes there they have this she likes this this spicy our spicy Margarita able like these into Haiti salt around the edges it's just she's like it's just on believe is what it is Jean not enough nineteen thirteen they pay for the she's like oh my god this is so good she just like spicy things she loves this Margarita it's so good so the food the drinks it's fantastic why are you laughing at me if you make me feel better but still he any training yes dining detain whatever I don't know she ordered it was delicious they have great happy hour great patio gray bar misters fans great specials Abby are all this Ron see that see them go to oracle arena so go check on Mysterons rub his head and find out more go to Mr.

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09:29 min | 2 years ago

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"Of course. Not I know you're listening. What is your problem? Do you not have a good answer for this? Is that why you're afraid to explain it? Dr Trujillo won't be available. I talked to my director. And if you send me your questions, we can go directly to the department that deals with the issue and help you get a response from t- USD, please let me know if that works. So as the thanks for trying again. No that doesn't work rather have a person on the radio. I don't just send questions this is not a newspaper article where you get a quote. This is not how it works here. I have yet to hear back, and I'm sure Carla is between a rock and a hard place. So yeah, that's just the way it is. So I have screen shots of those emails on my page at Facebook dot com slash Garrett Lewis radio like follow it. And there you go. You go. This is this is what they do try to sneak this, and let me tell you something doctor. This is a brand new world. I'm getting all this information from your teachers, I got a little a little inside baseball as well. The we had we had a little update on our websites. I love what our company does this update on the website to make it more difficult to upload documents. So I tried it didn't work the way a one two. So I have woken up our great web director Simba, and hopefully she will be able to upgrade that it'll it'll be up there before the show is over these documents that I was sent by Tucson Tucson Tucson unified school district teacher. But until that happens, I can tell you what they are. It was an Email sent around. This is from the the Susan associate director of multicultural curriculum at Tucson unified school district. Why not right? And this is what she sent all the teachers in response to an ongoing requests for information and training in Muslim culture to USD's multicultural department in conjunction with the US Middle Eastern center is pleased to present Muslim American identity workshop. February fourteenth session one session twos. Two weeks later on the twenty eighth. They want teachers to pay a hundred bucks, fifty bucks a session. To sit through this. So you have a whole bunch of Muslims students coming from Iraq, Syria, and Somalia, and you need to learn how to deal with them. We'll teach you how you pay out of your pocket. Dr Ma Nassir associate professor for Middle Eastern studies and north African studies at the U of A will provide an over overview of the cultures and societies the Middle, East focusing on Iraq, Somalia and Syria and says apprentice, he's t USD student population. So obviously getting refugees and to you, by the way, Tucson loves that the school district love that. Because it's more money. They get from the federal government butts in seats, she will offer concrete strategies that support teachers efforts to provide you ready culturally responsive educational opportunities and environments for students to thrive we talked about that last week. That's what the other stuff was. And I have it right here. The documents that are on my website, the Tucson school district culturally responsive teaching and educational approach that validates and affirmed students, social emotional, cultural, linguistics and intellectual assets. An integration of assets into curriculum resources. There you go. So basically, they have now there's more before I go into my points. In addition. We will unpack the following the accuracy. Gender politics and access dress and religion, cultural taboos, and of course, Islamaphobia in the US. They're gonna have Middle Eastern food Middle Eastern literature. All this stuff. There was a flyer attached. And that was the Email sent out by the multicultural director anti US USD while the flyer that was sent and again, these will be on my pager canister dot com. Religion culture and identity series. Too often the Middle East is seen as a place of religious extremism filled with covered up women and stereotypical generalizations. What that is that way, they actually. Jail gays kill gays keep women locked up women. Get in trouble. If they talk to people that aren't related to it's true. You can tell me it's not. This workshop will provide an overview of the diversity of Muslims and Muslim culture and address the other miss and politicization that surrounds Muslim American identity, and how that experience can manifest in the classroom. It sounds like they're creating it. What do you mean, the political politicized? Of course, they all like it is what you're trying to trying to tell us again. This is almost like. Microaggressions to Muslims. You might not realize you're doing this. So just don't do it microaggressions the two sessions will include a number one present a brief historical context of the relationship between the US the Middle East that should go over well number to familiarize teachers with the diversity of gender identity. And expression among Muslim youth in the dice borough. What what number three share concrete strategies and multicultural literature that supports teachers efforts to examine issues. Intersex really in a way that accounts for complicated identities of the students. What about the American students that are in the classroom? Do they suffer because of this because the teachers change our ways, hey, I'll get to number four provides scenario based activities in which participants will explore how to improve their daily classroom practices, supporting Middle Eastern students. Yeah. So I read this, and obviously at least one T USD teachers mad because this person sent it to me. And again, they want teachers to pay a hundred bucks out of their pocket to sit through these two two hour, lectures. I'm looking at this thinking they basically wanted. This is why I wanted Dr Trujillo on here because maybe I'm getting it wrong. But to me. It's change your classroom and teaching ways to help these Muslims that are now here. I don't believe they're Muslim American. Yeah. These muslims. That's fine. Change the way you do it. You must understand him in change. Why you know what? And that's that's the that's the right thing to do. Now. I look at it as saying they need to change their ways if they want to be in America by being American, right? Shouldn't that shouldn't that happen shouldn't have benefit them? Learn our customs, why are we gonna learn your customs and keep it going you left there. You can have your customs in your house. But when you come to America you become American This is the problem that I have. We are teaching. Them to keep going with their own culture in this country. If you move to a rack, you move to Syria, you move to Somalia, you think that they're gonna look at American kid and say, all right? We're gonna look at your background and teach based on your background to make you feel better or whatever reason. Hell, no. And no, they shouldn't when you go to a different country. You should learn from them. There's a reason why these kids are coming here. And he's families from these other countries because we're the best. They want to come here because we are the best. I have more on this, and you can comment as well. Eight eight zero eight zero five six seven eight and President Trump said something you may have missed if you watch his El Paso speech last night. He mentioned and needs the nail on the head. About teaching in schools. Here's more. I have coming up. Do not go anywhere morning ritual. Gary Lewis KFI AM seven hundred sounds most stimulating talk the morning ritual with Garrett Lewis. All right when it comes to your carpet. Your tile, your couch, your area rug Zerorez will clean it better than anybody else. They use powered water, they do not use soaps or detergents. What does that mean? Powered water. This stuff's amazing only they use it it cleans and sanitizers they don't need. So they don't need detergents other carbon companies they flood your carpets with this stuff, and they flooded with water and try to get it allow they never get it all out they always leave residue behind. And that's why your carpet is crunchy. That's why your carpet gets dirty after a couple of days because dirt sticks that residue. You never have to worry about that Zerorez. That's why these powered water, it cleans and sanitizers. Your carpet is going to dry in just a couple of hours to three hours. What happened in my house when they clean it twice a year to three hours. It's dry. No, more pain. A the bud stuff of like two days of your carpet sitting in the middle of your living room. I mean, you're finished. The middle living room because you can't bring it in because dirty wet carpets delwip as it dries almost right away. And your carpets gonna stay cleaner longer because of Zerorez. If you're looking by the way, they're so busy and when you call up four four one twenty four forty one added a seventh truck, but it's not as cool as the six truck. Which is the Garrett truck asks for that the employee's all fight to take my truck because every time they go to a jump like is that the Garrett truck I'm not making that up. This is what they tell me..

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01:43 min | 2 years ago

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"Insanity from the Tucson unified school district. Now, they want teachers to have to learn how to teach Muslim American students, and they have to pay for it as well. I'll get you all the details on this tomorrow morning starting at seven ten right here on campus. So I have not been following the bazo story over the weekend. I just saw the headline. It was the brother. It's the brother of the mistress. Right that somehow or another hacked in to her phone and got the pictures of Basil's. Poll of joy, or whatever he wants to call it. Whole of joy don't know what he calls it. I don't know. What I don't. Why would you? Why would you assume he's calling it the poll of taking pictures of it? You're taking pictures of it. You're weird enough to name it as well. It's probably true. Did you see the story? I said this. I don't know where it is. But it was a it's a it was a new take. I think it was CNN or New York Times. It was an op-ed. It was like this shows is that it's now. Okay. It's there's no no longer. Anything wrong your junk. No there is now I think there is I'm going to go with you. You should never do it. The point was that since bazo came out and admitted it basically we're at a time. Now, we're the richest man in the world can be like, yeah, I'm taking photos of my junk in someone's stolen when you might see him. Sorry. That's where we are. That's where our society is all too, that's pretty impressive. And it was a it's I mean, you think about the of the huge celebrities. We know, you know, the assistant on the big criminal Justice reform Bill. What's her face Kim Kardashian? Where do we know her from his wasn't a series?.

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02:01 min | 4 years ago

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"Of slowing down iphones with aging batteries npr sonora glint in reports apple admitted last week that it wasn't just the conspiracy theory it had started to slow down older iphones with lower battery capacity the company says that was to prevent accidental shutdowns not to get you to buy a new iphone but they released a letter that says we know that some of you feel apple has let you down and we apologise the company is making remedies including a software update and reducing the price of replacing batteries apples admission last week brought on lawsuits an outrage from consumers meanwhile sales of apples iphone acts are falling well below expectations stocks have been slightly lower for most of this final trading day of 2017 at last check the dow down 34 points at twenty four thousand eight o five the s p off four this is npr news egyptian officials say at least nine people have been killed along with two policemen after a gunman on a motorcycle opened fire outside a coptic church in a south cairo suburb the gunman wounded several people before killing himself a federal judges rejecting arizona's ban on ethnic studies in tucson's public school system casey kuhn with member station k j zz in phoenix says the ruling follows years of legal challenges judge wall as to shema declared arizona's law unconstitutional a ruling that comes after seven years of litigation the judge says the 2010 state law which prohibited courses about ethnicity that could promote resentment toward a race was itself motivated by racial animus that ban forced tucson unified school district to shut down its popular mexican american studies program in 2012 the program dated back to the 1990s in there does not appear to.

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