If you want to think about jobs and the election consider what life would be like under Democratic rule.San Francisco gives us one example.
With education as a focus of much of today’s show, IN A HANDBASKET takes us “Back to the Future.”
In other education news:
·that George Washington black culture professor who wasn’t black- but claimed so- resigned
·apparently if you teach a foreign language and a word sounds like a slur in English you can’t say it
·if it’s your home school day and you decide you’re going to class you could land in jail
·Brevard is missing some 1600 student laptops
·BPS and the BFT will have competing coronavirus dashboards as they continue contract negotiations
·Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran raises old issues with BPS
In Volusia County a traffic stop of a black man went counter to the national narrative and drew national attention, but not from the mainstream.
Beginning Monday bars statewide will be allowed to reopen with certain RONA restrictions.
Let’s get you through Friday first…
THE BATTING ORDER
In a Handbasket:UM-Dearborn goes “Back to the Future”
FLORIDA & BREVARD