Former Broadway producer David Rothenberg founded The Fortune Society to give ex-offenders a voice. Through music, acting and writing, the formerly incarcerated can let their creative juices flow.3
As charter schools expand across the country, a handful of Hebrew charter schools are trying to prove that one can teach modern Hebrew and about Israel in an entirely secular context.
If City Councilman David Greenfield has his way, New York City’s religious and nonreligious private schools may have armed guards out front come the fall, funded by Mayor Bill de Blasio.
TALMA, the Israel Program for Excellence in English, brought 80 American teachers to Israel for 5 weeks to teach low-income students in grades 1-4. What they found surprised them.4
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