City Hall staff said that when the city did issue a report, “it will be gentle and will cite progress (assuming progress continues.)”
“All students deserve a high-quality education.”
“Political horse-trading unquestionably occurred.”
“This is using the most dramatic, over-the-top verbiage in order to frighten their constituency into supporting a movement.”
In order to develop a modern pedagogical system for Jewish education, it was important to answer a number of difficult questions.
Progressive and Jewish, without Israel, the Workmen’s Circle is reviving secular Jewish identity in Chicago.
The arrival of Passover brings about the need to outline the guiding principles of what was – and may still be – the largest Jewish denomination in Israel: orthodox secularism.
A new survey looking at secular Israeli textbooks issued over the last 10 years found religious content in surprising places.
A third of Jewish Israelis would leave the country if they could, according to a new poll.
Is there a way for the secular partner to find meaning in traditional Jewish rituals?