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Federal judge deals blow to vaccine mandate for NYC teachers
"New York City schools have been temporarily blocked from enforcing a vaccine mandate for its teachers and other workers by a federal appeals judge the vaccine mandate for the nation's largest school system was set to go into effect Monday but Friday a judge granted a temporary injunction the department of ed says they're competent the mandate will continue to be up held more than eighty two percent of employees have been vaccinated unions representing principals and teachers warn that could still lead the one million students school system short as many as ten thousand teachers along with other staffers like cafeteria workers and school police officers mayor bill de Blasio has resisted calls to delay the mandate Julie Walker New York
"york city high school" Discussed on Dadpreneur - Business & Digital Marketing Talk
"I'm excited for today's guests. Chea walker is changing the world of education for young women of color. And she's going to share with you why it's important and how she got their information definitely power that could change the trajectory of somebody's life just thinking back on like how hard it was to navigate the new york city high school system and get into a good school in general. How like at like randomly met this woman at girl scouts. That was able to help me be able to package myself for high school. And then my guidance counselor my college advisor seeing something in me or hearing things across highschool to nominate me for this policy scholarship. What if there was a a program out there for other students of color particularly students of color just because one. Pwi realized like that is definitely stacked against us. In that way and that there's still miss information with fighting finances and resources historically on these institutions were created for us so now with integration. All these things. There's opportunities for us to be able to fund our way through college without having to take on a lot of debt. Welcome to the dad podcast. I'm your host. Alex olivera and today. I have the pleasure of speaking to the thai walker of seeds of fortune. Welcome to the show. The alex phone nine able to connect with you absolutely same here. You know we were talking earlier about how you know in a leadership role it. Everything's should be organized. But you and. I have been trying to hook up for a while and it goes back and forth you reschedule. The irish scheduled life happens right and for sure. It's been such a busy time for us. Summer season is when we do our boot camp for our students. And i'll get into a little bit more about what campus And then also connecting colleges To get ready for the fall season so it's been like back to back like the last three weeks have been like crazy and then i just came back from germany like three weeks ago..
"york city high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"605 on a Monday morning a gripping season premiere. For CBS's 60 minutes to Is it a major explosion and what appears to be a complete collapse have immobilized Mommy. We need the Army in Manhattan, beginning its 54th season. CBS's 60 Minutes pays tribute to those who died on 9, 11 and honors. Those who survived. Scott Pelley looks through the eyes of first responders on the worst day of their lives, was displayed that day and followed by a lot of sadness. Commissioner. It seems to be a sad day for you 20 years later, I think for everybody that was there that day. It is just stayed with them. The sadness you have. We have plenty of good days. Plenty to be thankful for those of us who survived, But it's a it's a day that will never leave. Never leave you sadness becomes part of your life. Absolutely. He comments of F. D. N Y Commissioner Dan Nigro, many Children of first responders who died that day are following in their parents footsteps to serve New York City. High school hockey player from Fitchburg, severely injured while on the ice is determined he will walk again. WBC's drama, Holland says he's got a mountain of supports waiting in the wings academies Jake Tebow continues to battle it. Spalding Rehab The 18 year old friends are also there for him doing all they can to help raise money. A fundraiser in Boston Seaport yesterday along with the go fund Me, Page has raised close to a half million dollars to this point, and at the last football game for his hometown, both sides Fitchburg and lemon stir were out trying to raise cash in the stand. Installation. The fourth change, Please. Jaros. Thank you very much good efforts all over the map. Bruins players past and present have also reached.
Parents Don't Want Critical Race Theory Being Taught
"We're not Here's a tweet by the intercept A left wing wreg. Notice that listen, this is hilarious. They're so upset that parents are objecting to critical racism theory. Here's their tweet parents, mostly white. They had to throw that in there have been storming school board meeting storming that's intentionally storming school board meetings across the state of Georgia over the last few weeks, heeding a call by conservative demagogues to fight against critical race theory being taught in schools. You know why parents By the way, How do they know that? They're mostly white as we discussed earlier on the Dan Bongino show podcast where we address some of the same topics. Um, how do they know that? My video producer G said did they take some kind of a DNA sample and the way in Missouri Census form? How exactly does the intercept know that? That the parents are mostly white. A lot of people think my wife is mostly white, Unfortunately, is not. She's mostly not white. She's Colombian, and that's not from South Carolina. There are liberals. Listen, you have to clarify. There's a country in South America, Colombia. It's actually spelled with an O. Not AU. They frequently screw that up. How do they know that? Well, they're the intercept their you know, obviously prejudging and engaging in stereotypes which we thought were racist. How do they know that? Was there again? Was there a DNA sample of finger stick at the door? Just checking what they do like 27 me or something like that. You know why the intercepts upset because of this headline. The Washington Examiner. By Emma COLTON. June 7 2021 Concerned Parents launch a Billboard campaign against woke lessons in elite New York City schools. Even in places like New York City. It turns out, people
NYC Public Schools Will Be All in Person This Fall
"News this hour from town hall. Calm My Patrick cost They're building blocks ago, says New York City schools will be all in person this fall with no promote option thing. We can't have a full recovery without full string schools. Mayor de Blasio announced on MSNBC that the city's roughly one million public school Children After closing schools in March. 2020 New York City was one of the first large U. S cities to reopen school buildings in the fall of that
Thousands of NYC Students Head Back to Classrooms
"Another 51,000 students back in the classrooms in New York City schools today, joining 315,000 kids already back in class, Latest group of students began the year learning remotely, they opted back in for in person
New York City Schools Change 'Two-Case' Rule To 'Four-Case' Rule
"De Blasio, meanwhile, making it easier for schools to stay open. He's getting rid of the two case rule, replacing it with a four case ruled Well, schools were only temporarily closed. If there are four Oh, more Cupid cases in different classrooms within a week. It can be traced to exposure inside. That school is replaces the rover. A school closes with just two unrelated cases. Schools chancellor Me supporter says This means far fewer closures. We've seen the studies, consulted with medical experts and base this change on guidance from the CDC. And we've heard the voices of our school communities calling for increased ability around in person. Learning classroom quarantines will continue if a positive cases identified in that classroom.
De Blasio unveils new rule for closing New York schools with COVID cases
"About what it'll take to close a New York City school during these times of pandemic, the entire school If there are two cases or three cases in a week that will lead to an increase in testing, but not a closure. If there's four or more cases, and they're in different classrooms on can be traced to a known exposure within the school. That's when there will be a closure, and today's testimony
New York City Schools Doing Away With 2-Case Rule For School Closures
"Changing rules to make it easier for schools to stay open. Mayor De Blasio says the rule where a school automatically shuts for up to two weeks after two unrelated coronavirus cases is being tossed. The two case rule obviously has led to an extraordinary number of closures. We know that any other standard will lead to a lot fewer closures. The mayor says New rules on closures will be announced in the coming days. Students
Opt-In Period Begins For Students To Return To New York City Schools
"And as of today, New York City public school parents have Just a two week period to up their Children into in person Learning schools Superintendent Misha Ross Porter says This Upton period is for now limited to pre K K Elementary and District 75 special needs student member. We want every single child who wants to attend school in person to have the opportunity to do so. And as we shit last week, there is a lot to do to get ready to do that, and we are clear about that. Eric City married Bellagio says Upton will be expanded at a later date a higher grade levels and that's something we continue to add onto because we want is many kids as possible in that Five day a week status. The option period ends April 7th. A change comes about after the CDC Friday announced three FT. Distance in guidelines and grades K through
New York City High Schools Reopen for In-Person Learning
"For New York City public schools comes following new CDC guidelines allowing three FT distance instead of six ft. At school's New York City schools superintendent is Misha Ross. Sporty feet gives us a whole new option and opens up new doors. Also in support. New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio's CDC says this is safe to do I believe them period They are the health care experts for this nation, the know CDC guidance. Announced Friday. W
NYPD investigate suspicious letters sent to New York City schools as 7th incident reported
"Investigating the latest incidents of suspicious letters being sent to city schools, tops recalled to Rudolf Steiner school on the 78th Street on the Upper East Side at 11 P.m. on Friday. Staff member discovered a white letter envelope with pattern inside. It was the seventh incident reported since Thursday, just hours before a suspicious envelope with white powder inside was delivered to River Park Nursery School on Amsterdam Avenue at 94th Street. Each envelope had a U. S flag stamp and a hand written address in block letters. Officials say the powder turned out to be non hazardous. Paul de
6 New York City schools sent envelopes containing white powder
"A six suspicious package with white powder inside found that in New York City school, the package discovered at the River Park Nursery on 94th in Amsterdam. The previous packages mail from Manhattan were deemed not to be harmful. The Robert F. Wagner in middle school on the Upper East Side was the first to receive powder and a white envelope. Parents say it's very scary. I was concerned for the safety of the teachers because they were the ones that were there. The kids were in school. Yet Thankfully, George going to Phil
Suspicious Packages Containing White Powdery Substance Mailed To 5 Manhattan, New York City, Schools
"In the past five weeks, five schools in Manhattan got suspicious packages that contained an envelope and a white powdery substance. It wasn't harmful, but police say the sender wanted to cause disruption and alarm. No word yet on who sent those packages, But an investigation is
Meisha Ross Porter Officially Takes Over As New York City Schools Chancellor
"As of today, it is Michelle Ross border. She's a former executive superintendent, the Bronx and a former teacher, she says. I'm ready to hit the ground running and leave New York City schools toe full recovery. It won't be easy. But clearly I've never done anything easy. She takes over for Richard Khurana, who opted to retire early when whipped forest fire in Brick Township, New
New York City School Reopening Did Not Drive Virus Spread, Study Says
"New York City health officials have published new research that shows in person classes or not thriving or not driving the spread of covert 19. If schools follow proper safety measures. The study in the journal the American Academy of Pediatrics analyzed the results of Corona virus testing done in schools across the five boroughs. Last fall. Research has found that from week to week, the positivity rate in schools was similar to or less than the citywide positivity rate. They say it's possible that protocols such as requiring facemasks, reducing class sizes and social distancing prevent greater transmission.
New York City High Schools Will Reopen On March 22nd
"New York City, public high schools will reopen for in person learning on March 22nd after being closed since covert 19 cases began rising in November. Systems. 488 high schools will open for the 55,000 students in grades nine through 12, who've opted for in person Learning. New York City's school year ends in
Meisha Ross Porter named New York City Schools Chancellor
"Misha Ross Porter, a New York City native and former Bronx schools executive superintendent, is the next chancellor of New York City schools. On supporter who's taking over from resigning. Chancellor Richard Carranza has a big task ahead. She has to lead a return to traditional in person learning after the pandemic left many of the city's one million students in
Richard Carranza Resigns as New York City Schools Chancellor
"Friday he's stepping down, was asked if it should be viewed as leaving because of disagreements with the mayor. I'm leaving because I need to take care of me and I I need time to grieve this city. This school system deserves a chancellor who 100% is taking up the helm. Miranda says he's lost 11 family members and close friends do to Corona virus and needs to take time to grieve, long time educator and current Bronx superintendent Misha Porter will take over his chancellor. And I promise we'll do everything. To reopen schools, starting with high schools were ready to go. We'll expand the learning opportunities and do more to address trauma and academic needs. New York City health officials say they
New York City’s Public Schools Chancellor, Richard Carranza, Will Resign
"So. New York City schools Chancellor Richard Carranza said today he was stepping down his leader of the nation's largest school district, leaving as city officials are scrambling to bring students Bank into the classrooms. Carranza said he was leaving to take time to grieve after losing several family members and friends
"york city high school" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"But after they have checked in, you know online when they've done attendance. That they have a way of going off line while the teacher is meandering on and just start playing roadblocks and fortnight within French, And Can you believe this? My sister, her son just graduated from New York City High School. Thank God She got the letter accidentally from the school, and they're not like if the hybrid learning when you're going into the classroom, you're not technically you're going to be with 10. Other kids. You're not going to be learning from that teacher. You're still doing the virtual Learning on your computer, and then you're just going to have an adult basically, baby sitting you and you're sitting in this room all day long, just staring at a screen. It's It's so sad underscore what Lydia is saying, because that's a radical departure from what we were told, even a month and a half ago. So what she's saying is even on the days where kids are getting remote learning. They're not even going to get live. No, But even when they're going into the butt, even when they're going into the classroom, you think OK, it's going to be like a regular class setting with the teacher. Live teacher. Yes, you're going to see a live teacher. Yes, you'll see other kids, but you'll still be working off of your laptop and doing those lessons. Well, here's the thing about all this. I mean, for the last 5 10 years since every kid started walking around with a smartphone. As an adult. You always look at these kids and say, Oh, my goodness. These kids are so smart today. Where did they learn this where they learn that now, given the fact that kids are no longer learning anything, Noah don't will ever be saying that again. No one will ever be in awe of how smart a child that's comes from a man who was famous for having been a purple pirate graduate of Tottenville High School. Who then went on to become a blue, violent fighting violent, also purple blue violet menu and having his parents end up getting ripped off for like hundreds of thousands of, you know, I got accepted into Nuo and they only gave me like this tiny partial scholarship, and I still would have probably still be paying off my leg. You graduated and why you did Yes. Our owner operated John catch Matty's dropped out of GNU. Look at him. He's a billionaire, and you're just a little higher than I am on the fiscal Sze of the high school drop out, you have the end. Why you certificate of graduation? And you'll be buried in a pine box and I'll be buried in the cardboard box in Potter's field in this race is a great point. I'm going to suggest to John that he go back to school. This way. You could finally make something of his life. That question, though, here I'm looking at charter schools because we really haven't talked about them a lot in comparison in New York City. I've seen the charter schools. They're not even pretending they're going to bring the kids back of the teachers back in the classroom. They're doing the virtual training the kids. They have to be in front of the computers at 8 30 in the morning in the uniform very much like the old Catholic school. Gotta wear the uniform. They don't get off that computer for a few breaks. You know, lunch and then maybe a few little breaks to 4 30 in the afternoon. These kids are gonna end up being superstars They already are. And yet they come from any of the same neighborhoods where you have young Children being forced to go to the nearby public schools who now lost now. I mean, First of all, they may not have the apparatus, the proper laptop. They may not know how to operate it. They may not have parents at home. Who are sufficient and its use. They're gonna fall further and further and further parents that can't even speak English. You know, like home with their child. So how is that going to work? It's it's such an unfortunate situation and It's Ah, we're going to take a look at it. But of course, the kids being hurt the most by the sort of the ones in the lower income areas. What about the kids with attention deficit disorder, which many of the kids have? Who cannot stay focused in the classroom. It's hard enough to rein them in. How do you keep them focused on looking at a computer screen that doesn't have games or pornography or something? LF you don't? I mean, that's exactly the problem. And I was talking with a teacher from New Jersey earlier today, and he was telling me in his school district. They're talking about bringing kids back. To school beginning at the end of October, But everybody, even in Jersey, and I would venture to say probably around the region is watching New York City schools to see how it works out for New York City, and if it goes well for New York City, and there aren't thes pandemic reports of kids getting Kind of covert 19. Then I think you'll see a domino effect all around the region. Well, you think what I've seen in Jersey is remember. At first the man who calls everyone a knucklehead. Yes, Governor, Murphy said. Oh, no, we're going to have in school for our Children. He threw that out the window. Then he left it up to everybody. Teachers. Naturally, the union's buffaloed everybody and said We're gonna die Die that really set your workers, please. We never want to go back to school. You and I understand if they would just be honest and say the school classrooms are so dysfunctional in some of the public school rooms. I can't get control of the kids in the classroom. I certainly am not going to be able to keep their attention when they're on the computer, But at least I'm safe and secure at home. I'm not being attacked in the classroom. But no, they'd rather say, you know, I'm going to get quota virus. I'm going to die. Isn't that part of the problem that they've so overexaggerated this And yet we had all these other essential work unions or the public officials, the unions and some of the teachers what we're going to talk with the president of the principal's Union today, and we will ask him if he's been part of the he's saying in each 10,000 additional teachers in New York City. Well, here's a statistic for you guys. So researchers at Brown University they released a new set of data. From the new National Cove in 19 School Response data dashboard, So, basically, that means they're tracking all the corona virus cases in the school's right. OK, so have we. This is across the country. Have we seen a huge spike? Do you think we've seen this huge spike in huge cases? Let me ask you, Curtis. What do you think? What do you think? The confirmed cases the rates for students, Wass now Lydia Sorana. You mentioned Brown University, a place that I had a partial scholarship, too. If I would have that, so I B league isn't finished. I don't believe that. Oh, you know why? Because I was into recycling, and that was very Vogue ish and nobody was into recycling. So they gave me a special consideration. I'll sell my weight around University in Providence. And I remember years later there I was on the stage with the following people on one side, Dr Timothy Leary and Abbie Hoffman promoting drug use on my side, Me and Peter Benzinger, who had been the failed drugs off for Jimmy Carter. And you know who was supporting Abbie Hoffman against me, who will said he's the Hebrew Road Warrior and kick my ass on the stage, and 4000 undergrads went crazy. Who was it? Who is Jimmy Carter's daughter at that time going to Brown University? Amy Carter? Yes, Wow supporting Abbie Hoffman against me. Meantime, Peter Benzinger said, Please don't embarrass me, Curtis. I mean, it's not really a fair match up a bunch of college kids, you know, one person trying to ban marijuana and two people are saying drop out and You know, whatever Drop in and drop out. DCP depends fingers. Two sons went to Brown. He said to me before that, Bae please don't embarrass me. I said I embarrassed myself. Why wouldn't I embarrass you upon the stage in front of 4000 raving lunatics who were lighting joints in the crowd, and we're dropping acid. Well, now, they I don't think they're smoking weed. These researchers Okay. How do you know? I don't know. But let me let me did this..
"york city high school" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Filled up with the looters, The anarchist, the rioters, people that obviously we're looking for trouble. Steven Portnoy. CBS NEWS Washington Blake's uncle Justin called for peaceful protests were asking people not to be Not to destroy our community. But in the same breath we're asking to stand with the Blake family. Come on, over here to states are easing Nursing home restriction. CBS's Jim Crow Sula, reports. Florida governor Raja Status is lifting the state's ban on nursing home visits that's been in place since mid March because of covert 19. He acknowledged the emotional toll of a separation on families I've had so many people tell me I understand co but I don't want to get it, but honestly, I'm living to see my family, South Carolina's governor has announced. Sing home visitations will resume but only outdoors with no physical contact. Jim Krystle, a CBS News New York City teachers have mixed feelings about a plan to delay the started in person instruction on hearing that some students will return to in person classes on September 21st, New York City high school teacher, Dave says there are some concerns that's been a little fighting toe watch college campuses go back and have outbreaks. Dave says He's cautiously optimistic about the plan. But worries is this. What's going to happen to us? He says he is Makes most of his colleagues really miss doing what they love. Alison Keys. CBS News. Kennedy has never lost a political race in Massachusetts and Congressman Joe Kennedy. The third is trying to unseat incumbent Democrat Ed Markey in today's Senate primary, Marquis says he's proud of his record. From my perspective. Voters.
"york city high school" Discussed on Scoop B Radio | #SCOOPBRADIO | Brandon Robinson
"Sufficient answer as of yet I'm hoping that one day you know the good place from Neo city for stay home and can change finish their high school careers and New York City so we can bring back that sheet. No that that that note have methods feeling that we always talk about in New York City Because it's not anymore because like you said so many so many great New York City High. School kids are leaving. You know before the heisman careers I've done and again. I don't know why is happening. But I do. Think is important that that the grassroots level coaches in New York City. Figure out a way to keep those guys home so they can continue to build New York City High School. Granted Ball Hopefully guys we start going to places like saint. John's is heating. All the bill over. You know staying in the area making the Big East would it once was again But you know again. I don't know the reason behind it. I'm hoping I'm hopeful that it would change. I don't know the will unless you know unless you know the grass guys with a plan to keep those guys know keep those guys back home and shake out a way to bill to Build York a high school basketball back up to where it once was because right now is not wear once was when we were coming up. Who is you grow up watching? analyzing In New York City basketball started to start at home had older brothers who went on to play at Providence College He was the reason why playing he was the first guy that That influenced me seems thought playing basketball. It was him and it was a kid name Maurice Brow who who went to Saint? John's he needs to guys who went to high school. The same high school that I tend to later on those are my first two guys that I that I looked up to fastball as mentors They've really allowed. You allow me to be around him and and solve them around. When they went to play any different tournaments in highschool throws the first you guys that I read removed up to and then the one guy who was like a big inspiration for me who came from my neighborhood Steph on number grew up in the same neighborhood. It was a big influence on a lot of us. That came from the neighborhood So we you know. We really inspired by him. You know in his in his journey as far as making to the NBA and having an opportunity to be a great player inspiring us. Those guys are the guys that lift up to in swing you talk about an NBA. Got Magic Johnson was my favorite player. Coming up so he was my idol expert. Green Bay got where? You're coming up special NONNI. Richardson Last Question Jay Right when asa championship with Villa Nova Well respected but he has well of address guy back then then he is as as he is now yes he was yes he was. Is You know this is? This is nothing new coach. Post right One of the reasons why you know I well. I'll tell you when I was coming at high school. I wasn't a big action. That goes right to give me a scholarship. And when he when he came to remember he came to a home. Visit to meet with my mom after already decided to go to officer. He was shop. Always had nice talion suits. They were always cussing me and they you know they were. They were shoplifting so when he got the building over and he started to you know to get his reputation as As the best dress college basketball coach. It wasn't those shock to us. We already we already knew that that was his style and and he was. There was nothing new to us. He's still that way is always going to be a sly guy and I love how dressing trying to take some points. I'm with his his good news. Man You also housing thank you. I appreciate you meant. Enjoy the rest of your day. So I haven't radio scene. You bring a coffee bring a Dunkin..
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"york city high school" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Dot com the grading system for New York city's one point one million public school students undergoing virtual learning due to the viral pandemic it varies for K. five middle school and high school students chancellor Richard Carranza is a body of knowledge that students must demonstrate mastery of to say they've completed the third grade he completed the sixth grade except for New York City has also announced a virtual graduation this year for New York city's high school students covert nineteen admissions at New York City hospitals has dropped below one thousand for the first time this month governor Cuomo reported three hundred thirty five deaths Monday worldwide confirmed cases have now surpassed the one million mark W. A. B. C. news time five thirty two and that's original one with W. A. B. C. traffic in transit to get problems out on route eighty in the morning up by sixty to be an accident that's in the process of being cleared up and out of the way a lot of police activity along with that invented the Holland tunnel last time we told you about that that they were literally giving the construction and labor is gone now so everything is moving into the Holland tunnel without any kind of a problem New Jersey transit trains Morris and Essex lines suspended between Mars and hope to Morristown and summit earlier utility work you're still working on that New Jersey transit buses and private buses are cross honoring analytics out of the street parking rules were suspended I'm Joe no limit traffic a talk radio seventy seven WABC and now your forecast from the ramp the monster weather center twenty percent chance of light rain today increasing clouds and a.
"york city high school" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Another vote I know what's running on seventy seven WABC top congressional nearly trillion dollar another role may come later today continued late into the night over disagreements and York city high school principal has died of covert nineteen design that Roman that ran the Brooklyn democracy academy that's in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn New York City councilmember mark tiger announced the death last night covered nineteen has now claimed at least one hundred twenty five deaths in New York City Connecticut has now joined the list of states ordering one hundred percent of its nonessential work force to work from home the order in Connecticut took effect in it last evening the army corps of engineers has arrived at the Jacob Javits convention center in Manhattan the Javits center will house a thousand emergency beds as a backup for New York city's hospitals your governor Cuomo visited the Javits center on Monday afternoon of the nineteen cases and deaths continue to climb New York now has thirty five percent of all coated nineteen cases in the United States they're over thirteen thousand confirmed cases in New York City and one hundred twenty five fatalities New Jersey governor Phil Murphy says he has received support from president trump he did so Monday to work with remote regional administrators to identify for sites that will put up with the OG of the OC.
"york city high school" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Upholstery in town king Paul Sweeney out today's voting at all fourteen states super Tuesday football three Lisa Abramowitz pulled the short short straw is with us today in this nine o'clock or getting ready for her dash to noon is is I believe she will do very importantly John Tucker thank you so much for this headline second corona virus case confirmed in New York in this north of New York City Lisa in Westchester yeah and it comes after more details come out about the New York City high school that was closed it down as a result of a suspected coronavirus case it's in the Bronx it's also in northern New York City but just sort of confirming the sense that it will spread it is spreading the question is how control can you so this hours ago here of the long surveillance today in that the one little snippet headline of called noted lead headline a second headline it was with a thirty year hits like tertiary but a thirty year warranty in a Washington post saying fifteen of fifty states one five of five zero states in some way are affected now by this virus now this is important to me we're not seeing a massive reaction in futures right now which I think is actually really compelling you're actually seeing them take a little bit higher the reason why there was a time when any coronavirus headline showing the spread of it yeah not everybody's down the fact that they're not interesting question is have we reached a point where that's being priced in that we are going to see an ongoing spread to the Bloomberg headline G. seven pledges to fight virus stop short of specific action I know Doug Jones had what I was talking about the free stand.
"york city high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"W. NYC with New York City high school English teacher Dennis my house he he teaches at the City College academy of the arts high school in upper Manhattan and he is also now the executive director of the group students disrupting with which he is trying to spread the idea of having student newspaper and spread the ability to have a student newspaper to every New York City public school only twelve percent of all the city public schools have their own student run newspaper according to the stats that we got from him and also with us is one of the reporters on the paper that he started at city ikat City College academy of the arts high school the paper called the crawl and we have student reporter Jody L. then sent Dennis how are you going about it and what do you need if you're really gonna make this probably the first city in the world to have universal student newspapers yes the first step is that we are reaching out to schools that both houses that student newspapers or media programs and schools that are interested in having them but are a little bit hesitant about starting one hour don't really know where to begin and that would be we would bring them together and do community around tables and then those round tables with here from the school the how the program is already you know what made it successful was some challenges and then any of the schools that have not started in a newspaper program here from them about like what their fears are what are the things that are getting in the way and then just putting together from what we hear from all these different groups then be able to put together the pilot program which is then we would have a few different schools from each borough that we would have our kind of curriculum in place or the way that we would get the newspaper started in each one of those schools based on what we've learned from the different schools that we've spoken to Johnny how do you think now you've gotten involved with journalism now that you've gotten involved with journalism that you look at the world differently in anyway I mean before it is sort of the newspaper where you know the whole time something in fake news I was interested in journalism not as much as I am now you know like reading the articles and everything like that but I would say that after starting the course and you know still being in the chorus I'm definitely interested in journalism you know this whole idea of fake news everything like that I am more entry yeah Dennis the scent of the Jedi L. is on to something there that is related to your motivation for this in a world where it's harder than it used to be to separate out real news from fake news and where social media rather than news organizations dominate the spread of information that that's part of the context of what you're trying to do here yes absolutely because from the server when we started the newspaper a lot of students were from what I heard and what I saw were getting their news from social media and that's in my opinion very dangerous because you don't know where that's coming from but when we see when we publish the newspaper and its planned and we give it out to the student so many students want one of the newspapers I want to read the newspaper and they're discussing the newspaper with their friends so to me starting them off young and getting them to know you know how to read the news and how it's produced I think will lead them to them being a much more media literate generate generations and they've only Jersey around W..
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"Really Sir while they were in now they were they've actually been they won the game yeah they've they've they've won one game they've been on it Hey television news a reboot. has been announced to the classic game shows supermarket sweep I loved that show. so I wanted to be on the show you need to have that goofball host and now they're going to make IT Leslie Jones it's not gonna be as fun because she's actually gonna do not provide yeah you know what I mean like the other guy was a goofball and it was fun to make fun of them yeah all right so that's where is it. it was it it's on what network is used to be on lifetime I think but did now it's mostly I want if it'd Leslie Jones has a country then BC because she on SNL so is going to well that's a no no I think she left yeah okay yes last week and everyone was wondering why but this is probably for supermarkets supermodel she's got some movies that she's doing and then this will be but I think this will be on NBC may be part of game night you know that what's your name yeah the game like an on Jane doe said so you see some goofball eighty suburban dad throwing a ham into a shopping cart this not be the same for different hi general what will be the same tonight where we see on television is trending good a lot of nine eleven stuff actually can I tell you about on HBO at nine PM in the shadow of the towers to aggressive high on at nine eleven this is a former New York City high school student who had front row seats to the September eleventh attacks they share their memories of that day on HBO tonight at nine o'clock there's also a special on the history channel at nine eleven inside Air Force One which includes an interview with former president George W. bush that's nine PM on the history channel on national at geographic at eleven PM they have air traffic controllers for calling them and their memories trying to make order out of the chaos on September eleventh SO three new specials that you could check out tonight also if you want something a little lighter kind of a season finale nights at Beverly hills nine or two one no season finale on fox at nine o'clock and then at the wrapping things up America's got talent and bring the funny are in the final stretch that starts at eight o'clock on NBC tonight today this week maybe your maybe right now you know somebody who has a blood sugar problem one in three of people that live in America do have this problem is some of the treatments that are drugs cause fatigue and where we will cut back on which you can do every..
"york city high school" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Walk in the halls without a bulletproof vest. I can't believe that I was on the rifle team in New York City high school. They had rifle teams in the basement. I tell it to a Mexican friend of mine. He can't believe it. He sort of picture me on with the rifle team with the Mossberg twenty two. In my book, savage life. And he said that was you with a gun in high school. Yeah. No one killed anyone. We didn't use drugs. He couldn't believe that there were five rifle teams and five New York City, high schools when I was a kid, look what they ought today. It's drugs. It's got to do with drugs, primarily, they're all on antidepressants, which make them of violent, you talk about vaccines should be focused instead on Prozac Prozac like compounds serotonin reuptake inhibitors of the most dangerous drugs ever invented, because when the drug wears off, meaning when it could no longer prevent the serotonin from being reuptake take it up. And you body screaming for more serotonin can't produce it. People go berserk. They kill themselves to kill others. It's dangerous as Oxycontin this classic drugs, as are you not going to believe it because you didn't read it New York Times one day, you'll read it and say, you know that talk show what was his name. He said that a long time ago. You know, the guy who said bought his language and culture. You know the guy calling liberalism is a mental disorder. You know that guy you know that guy. Okay. Let's take some callers here on the Savage Nation. Everyone's a winner. Chris at Argun line four. You're a winner. What's on your mind? Difficulty in their life, and he went on and on and on talking about how everything's easier they have more TV's more phones, mall, this stuff, and he missed the entire point, which is that what you mean as usual. You mean he missed missed the essence of the conversation as usual, isn't that what you mean? Correct. So what you're, you're a millennial and what is your position? That our society's been a road it's been generated and it's done so merely because people didn't want to speak out. They didn't want to call the racist or they didn't want to be called this that the other. They wanted their little gadgets and they wanted them. So they didn't mind buying product from China. Very Dacian of our society has voted because people are the generation has let it happen for consumer goods for tcm for the bowl of soup they sold that birthright. So what would your solution be as miss them? Eleni call you Mr. millennial. What's your solution? Not by anything from China. Well, it's not specifically China. How do you reconstruct the society? That's been completely destroyed. Right. That's right. Has been destroyed from within and you could point fingers at an awful lot of individuals Clinton permitted the export of many of our manufacturing plants. Do you know that the Chinese moved and tie manufacturing plants out of the mid west China when they were rebuilding, and it should have been stopped? There were so many things that I know that confirm sorry confirm, what you're saying, but how do we go back now that the bond door's been opened the question. I don't know that we can't. And that's so what you're a millennial guy, you're blaming the boomers for the destruction of America you mean Marley as well as ethically. Correct. Essentially morally more more than anything else. They sold their moral out for consumer goods spoil. That's very interesting. Now that, that Ave shit is key is keen, very keen. You're a millennial who resents the boomers for being generous in other words. Absolutely. You're saying.
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"The debut of Angela's ashes the musical, which was f-. I've got it right. In two thousand twelve or fourteen it was one of those. And I remember talking to you knowing you at that point, I knew you probably about eight or nine years. And we had a lot of conversations and I got the impression that you had no interest in ever be in Ireland again, or having anything to do, especially with Limerick and very surprising to me when you bit the bullet and said, I'm going to the thing. And I'm going, by the way, it was a good thing because you came with a steamer trunk filled with your books, and after there was a talkback or something the next day about the play and whatever and the theater was filled and there must have been a line of two hundred people there waiting for you to sign their books, so you made out, okay? I'm glad you made the trip. But, you know there was there was a big banner in that roundabout that circular area. You have all. Yes. Limerick. Don't tell me anything you want me to forget Limerick welcomes the McCord family and that starts some controversy because there are people even today in Limerick that are embarrassed by being exposed for being such miserable. So and so's and because it was the situation predates, any social services. There was no but before family you are pouring too bad. You know, manager die. You that's your choice. Anyway, if why don't you just pull yourself up by your own bootstraps? But you if you don't, if you don't have bootstrapped, you can't pull yourself up, but the charge failed us. The government failed as a social the society for the relief of the poor where what they were. They were okay, but not enough and the education system, failed us to and Franken myself. And if school when we were thirteen he was thirteen nine after falling. Yeah. We went to work, so we had no formal education as such, but the thing that one good thing happened that the library did come to Limerick and we got to got in there. And if you'd asked me, would you like lunch or a book, I would chose the book and Frank was the same. So that's how we learn we had. No never went to high school. A lot of Frank Emma. Highs cotija. To become a New York City high school teacher and there is now a high school name Frank McCord that specializes in developing writing skills. Like the Bronx, high school science and scientists in and Bronx. Brooklyn. That the and the high school performing arts that the fame, the movie, the shut the TV show and all that. It was all based on high school of performing arts. We're in thanking breaking come back. I want to answer that question. How do you not have a high school or college education become an English teacher in New York City, with a brogue no less because in New York City, I taught in New York City of you had some kind of accident? They would beat it out of you before they put you in front of a class, right? We'll be.
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"To meet kids for Sacchi arrests range from New Jersey police officer to a New York City high school teacher, sixteen men nabbed in operation, home alone. Where they thought they were talking to a fourteen year old a used apps like kick scout and grinder to groom their victims and to lure them for sex, New Jersey, attorney general beer, gray will adding the predators didn't realize they weren't talking to kids. But instead to our undercover officers most of the defendants arrested at residents in Bergen county where they had expected to find their victim home alone. Lilian? Woo Fox News. Former Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew kill them agreeing to pay a five thousand dollar fine to settle an ethics complaint. Violated civil law by accepting gifts from lobbyists an attorney for an NBA. Coach criticizing remarks made in a press conference by the woman accusing. His client of sexual assault. One day after Kelly tent spelled out her case against Sacramento Kings, head coach, Luke Walton this type of behavior. Cannot be condoned an attorney for Walton lambasted the sports reporter sexual assault claims attorney Mark about in a statement calling tenants press conference on Tuesday, quote, a poorly staged attempt to portray the accuser as a viable spokesperson for an important movement. These claims are false and Luke's innocence will be proven in court, and quote tenant alleges Walton pinned her down and groped her in it so tell room back in two thousand fourteen then continued to make sexually suggestive remarks towards her for years. Matt Napolitano, Fox News Bill Cosby going after his trial. Judge again from prison lawyers filed a bail motion with the state's superior court in Pennsylvania complaining that in the seven months since his sentencing judge, Steven O'Neill has not issued his post trial opinion, explaining key trial decisions the motion again accused the judge of harboring a personal grudge against a former prosecutor.
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"New Jersey arrests range from a New Jersey police officer to a New York City high school teacher, sixteen men nabbed in operation home alone. Where they thought they were talking to a fourteen year old are used apps like kick scout and grinder to groom their victims and to lower them for sex, New Jersey, attorney general Verbier gray will adding the predators didn't realize they weren't talking to kids. But instead tar undercover officers most of the defendants arrested at residents in Bergen county where they had expected to find their victim home alone. Lilian? Woo Fox News. Investigators urging parents to be vigilant and remind kids not to share any personal information with strangers online even age or gender how much screen time should kids under age five have the World Health Organization says no more. Than an hour a day their first ever guidance on the issue, and they say less is better also recommending the children younger than eighteen months. Avoid screens other than video chats less than two months after the abrupt ending to President Trump's second summit with North Korea's leader smiling Kim Jong UN arrives in Russia for his first ever meeting with President Putin. It's happening in the port city of Ladda Vostok which happens to be just across the border from North Korea and Ebeling Kim Jong onto take preferred means of transportation has personalized a bullet proof armored train. He was greeted by Russian officials hope bunch of Russian pomp and circumstance as well as north green security, traveling in his own limo. The first time that he has been in Russia. Fox's Greg palkot. Russian officials say the summit will focus on the North's nuclear program and seek to consolidate positive trends from.
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"All states. A New Jersey police officer and a New York City high school teacher are among sixteen men who allegedly tried to set up sexual encounters with people they believed to be teenage boys and girls more from correspondent, Shelley Adler. The arrests were announced by New Jersey, attorney general Gerber gray wall. These sixteen men are accused of trawling through social media looking for underage victims. They used apps like kick scout and grinder to groom their victims and to lure them for sex and many of them had jobs with access to children, the list of defendants includes a police officer, a high school teacher, a minister, a dental hygienist and drivers for Uber and lift gray. While says most of the defendants were arrested when they arrived at a residence in Bergen county where the expected to find the victim home alone. I'm Shelley Adler. Breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. Boeing has reported at twenty percent drop in profits for the first quarter twenty nineteen because of lower deliveries of it's seven thirty seven max, Boeing, seventy seven max is the model that crashed killing three hundred and forty six people in total. The company has acknowledged that one common enemy with the eroneous activation of automatic system intended to prevent the plane stalling buying his suspended deliveries of the seven three seven max, and that has the company's revenue although that was part of sent by increased inconvenience.
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"It's still o'clock. I'm Jen allow topping our report this hour, New Jersey police officer at a New York City high school teacher are among sixteen men who allegedly tried to set up sexual encounters with people they thought were underage kids. State attorney general revere gray wall announced the arrests as part of operation home alone, a multi-agency undercover sting that targeted people who use social media to try Lord children. Most of the defendants were arrested at Bergen county home today. Governor Murphy's plan to turn New Jersey into a sanctuary state continues to get pushed back from a growing number of towns. His attorney general has ordered police in all levels to refuse operation with immigration agents. Some towns may refuse order New Jersey one a one point five Patrick Lavery explained g Gavir gray wall says nothing in last year's directive should be construed as implying New Jersey provides sanctuary to those who commit crimes, but at least four. Prominent towns that we know of have resolutions on the books rejecting the notion of a sanctuary state freehold Jackson, Middletown and Parsippany, plus the Sussex county freeholder in freehold, the township committee outlines their bottom line and their opposition saying they will not budget money for related unfunded state or federal mandates. The former Seton Hall professor accused of entering Saint Patrick's cathedral in Manhattan with gasoline cans lighter fluid, and butane lighters. Had also booked a hotel just twenty minutes from the Vatican. Police say Mark lamp era. Low had booked a flight to Rome for the next day. Authorities say lamb Parrella was planning to burn down Saint Patrick's when he was arrested last week. His Rome plans have not been revealed. A one time aide to former Governor Chris Christie faces resentencing for her role in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal, Bridget Kelly and Bill Baroni where convicted in two thousand sixteen but a federal appeals court tossed some of the counts against the duo Baroni.