The reversal in the nation's third-largest district also meant roughly thousands of pre-K and special education students who started in-person classes earlier this month as part of gradual return would shift back to online learning. The district went remote last March, but district officials say it's not working, particularly for many low-income Black and Latino students who comprise the majority of the district. … [Read more...] about Chicago’s plan to reopen schools hits another barrier as union threatens strike
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Where do San Francisco residents move to? A total of 203,292 residents migrated out of San Francisco between 1995 and 2000. Not surprisingly, other Bay Area counties were popular destinations. Here's where some of them went. By California County San Mateo 31,052 Alameda 26,642 Contra Costa 16,306 Los Angeles 11,815 Marin 9,617 Solano 4,470 Sonoma 4,359 San Joaquin 3,984 Sacramento 3,959 San Luis Obispo 2,896 By State California 143,980 Washington 5,189 Texas 4,135 Florida 3,006 Nevada 3,902 Oregon 2,719 Arizona 2,533 Source: San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association, using U.S. Census Bureau data. The Chronicle … [Read more...] about Lots of toddlers, fewer school-age kids in S.F.
"I believe our children should be a part of the conversation around the renaming of their schools, and I believe the education and discussions need to happen within our school walls. Let’s bring the same urgency and focus on getting our kids back in the classroom, and then we can have that longer conversation about the future of school names," she continued. … [Read more...] about Ex-Obama aide calls out San Francisco for removing names from schools rather than focusing on COVID crisis
Apple is also expected to show strong demand for electronic devices, especially given that it rolled out its new iPhone 12 last quarter. "Despite the later launch of iPhones, demand for the higher-end models remains robust," Bank of America analyst Wamsi Mohan said in a research note this week. … [Read more...] about Tech earnings could supercharge a greedy stock market
And the message that's sending to you and to me and everyone watching is if we can take out the President of the United States, the sitting President of the United States, well, we can take you out too. And Big Tech just has an extraordinary amount of power to control the message, to control the tenor of what is being said in the United States and we just have no idea how the algorithms are manipulating us and well, actually I think we do have some idea and it is is not well. Which is why the country sort of feels at odds right now ... … [Read more...] about Big Tech has the power to ‘manipulate’ and ‘control the message’: Dave Rubin