By Gabriel Goldstein
It’s Time for Israel Education Reform in Jewish Day Schools
When I embarked for college at the very liberal Brandeis University, I was told I was heading into a war zone. As I unpacked my boxes and bags, I expected nothing short of falling shrapnel and constant gunfire. But I felt little trepidation: I had undergone intensive basic training. I felt I was equipped with…
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