DeVoss says Schools Must Open – She is Out Of Her Mind

WE ARE STILL IN THE FIRST WAVE

EMERGENCY ORDER BY THIS DISGUSTING PRIVATEER BETSY DEVOSS

PRIVATEER BETSY DEVOSS LOCK HER UP

http://www.fldoe.org/core/fileparse.php/19861/urlt/DOE-2020-EO-06.pdf

WHEREAS,

Section  says a district “must provide” a full array of services so that families “who wish to educate their children in a brick and mortar school full time have the opportunity to do so.” Sounds like another mandate.

WHEREAS,

It then says “absent these directives” the “day to day” decision to open rests with the superintendent or school board.

WHEREAS,

But wait – you just said the schools must be open in the previous sentence….

Florida Orders Schools To Reopen For In-Person Instruction In Spite Of Climbing COVID-19 Infections

https://www.firstcoastnews.com/article/news/education/florida-department-of-education-orders-schools-to-reopen-to-students-5-days-a-week-in-august/77-4e22522b-80d4-4e34-a950-b93fd77b2a87

Scott Galloway predicts Amazon will be the fastest-growing healthcare company by 2025

#ScottGalloway Scott Galloway predicts Amazon will be the fastest-growing healthcare company by 2025 and many US universities may never reopen, and he says the best time to start a business is in the depths of a recession.

Harvard and other schools need to make a plan to get around this new ICE rule deporting foreign students because their classes are online. Hold one session in person outside with masks.

Zuckerberg Is The ‘Most Dangerous Person’ In The World: NYU’s Scott Galloway

Zuckerberg Is The ‘Most Dangerous Person’ In The World: NYU’s Scott Galloway | CNBC

NYU professor Scott Galloway discusses Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, comparing him to historical dictators.

The Prof G Show with Scott Galloway

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Higher Ed: Enough Already

Every university effectively falls to the highest common denominator of infection rates. Every university catalog brags that their student body represents all 50 states and 20/30/40+ countries. This means every large university will be welcoming thousands of people from regions that have some of the greatest infection rates globally. After 12 weeks together, those students will travel back to all 50 states, and international students to the 4 corners of the earth.

What. Are. We. Thinking?

And what about the old people — faculty!!

The average age of a tenured professor is 55, meaning if you meet a 40-year-old tenured prof, there is someone at 70 teaching Ellingtonia, the Study of Duke Ellington (seriously, I took this class at UCLA). What happens when an iconic professor doesn’t show up week 4 and is dead by week 7?

Universities will face a financial crisis as parents and students recalibrate the value of the fall semester (spoiler alert: it’s a terrible deal).

In addition, our cash cows (international students) may decide xenophobia, Covid-19, and H1-B visa limits aren’t worth $79,000 (estimated one-year cost of attending NYU).

This has been a long time coming and, similar to many industries, we will be forced to make hard decisions. Most universities will survive, many will not.

This reckoning is overdue and a reflection of how drunk universities have become on exclusivity and the Rolex-ification of campuses, forgetting we’re public servants not luxury brands.

– Turn luxury brands back into universities.
– Stop bankrolling colleges, especially those with large endowments.
– Eliminate tenure.

– Make college more affordable for middle class students who join service organizations.

Universities that, after siphoning $1.5 trillion in credit from young people, cannot endure a semester on reduced budgets do not deserve to survive.

Universities that, after siphoning $1.5 trillion in credit from young people, cannot endure a semester on reduced budgets do not deserve to survive.

Universities that, after siphoning $1.5 trillion in credit from young people, cannot endure a semester on reduced budgets do not deserve to survive.

Universities that, after siphoning $1.5 trillion in credit from young people, cannot endure a semester on reduced budgets do not deserve to survive.

Universities that, after siphoning $1.5 trillion in credit from young people, cannot endure a semester on reduced budgets do not deserve to survive.