A Hasidic Army Vet Will Now Run Hempstead L.I.’s Troubled Schools
How to productively utilize technology in a modern academic setting to build a stronger Jewish classroom community.
Parents must still fight to integrate schools one student at a time.
This is the first project of its kind in New Jersey and will allow students to explore ideas on water conservation in public and private spaces.
Outdoor adventures like rock climbing, kayaking and dog sledding can inspire students to live more meaningful Jewish lives.
People say that Jewish college students are losing their identity, but research shows that isn’t totally the case.
Instead of attending marches and repeating “Not my president,” start working to create policies to push through the day Trump is out of office.
A national conspiracy could lie at the heart of an angry dispute that took place at a heavily Jewish suburban Chicago high school in February.
Students at New Trier High School were pleased and excited when Andrew Aydin, a close associate of civil rights icon and Democratic Congress member John Lewis, agreed to speak at their school on civil rights; even more so when Colson Whitehead, the widely lauded author of the best-selling novel, “The Underground Railroad,” agreed to join him. But that was before a group calling itself Parents of New Trier launched a website devoted to protesting Seminar Day.
Do Jews get a discount when they buy a car? Do they own McDonald’s? Do Jews control the media and international banking? Do any of them live here anymore? These are among the questions German school children ask Jews who volunteer in a new outreach program with the provocative name, “Rent A Jew.”