We survivors of sexual harassment and assault are asking that you, Betsy DeVos, listen to us.
Rather than seeking to suppress objectionable speech, those who care about Israel should promote more good speech, both in the U.S. and abroad.
Millions died in the Holocaust. But how does a child’s mind relate to that? When one individual’s story is told, the number begins to have meaning.
While little information is available about the mission and goals of President Donald Trump’s 15-member committee in charge of reviewing college regulations, one thing is clear: Jerry Falwell Jr. will be part of it.
A new code of ethics that would ban professors from discussing politics in college classrooms has caused heated debate in Israel.
At a conference devoted to play, teachers learned about the carefree way that children interact with nature in classic Yiddish children’s stories.
Harvard’s decision to rescind the acceptance to 10 students over “bad memes” has stirred controversy on both sides of the political spectrum.
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.