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Jewish colleges and universities and departments of Jewish studies may be guided by the core values of traditional religious texts, but their specific tools for survival in the post-COVID-19 era … more
There is a perception right now that everything has changed, but what is the reality? We still need to educate our children and to prepare them for a complex future. … more
Women’s mikvahs are safe — and fear of COVID-19 should not block their use. Five-hundred viewers heard this message during a webinar on Monday night hosted by Mikvah USA and My Gift of … more
Through remote learning with their classmates, Morah Keren Englard’s students in the CAHAL Shulamith K-1 class, set up scenes … more
Over the course of our millennial history, Jews have had many encounters with contagious diseases. Often we’re blamed for them. Maybe I’m paranoid, but I can’t help feel … more
Yeshiva of South Shore’s rosh hayeshivah compared his students to the Mishkan’s gold cherubim, in an address at YOSS’ annual gala on Sunday night. Rabbi Binyamin Kamenetzky … more
Twenty-five North Shore Hebrew Academy middle schoolers will chant Megillat Esther for their schoolmates, faculty and families, on Purim day, next Tuesday. … more
Fifth grade talmidim in Yeshiva Darchei Torah in Far Rockaway built a bridge, illustrating the Talmudic principle of Hekesh. Earlier in the school year, the talmidim celebrated the beginning of their … more
In SKA’s new Advisory initiative, girls work with teachers in a guidance and support effort. This month’s topic, “Empowering Students to Address Anti-Semitism,” has SKA … more
The CAHAL JHS class at Bnos Bais Yaakov visited the LI Living Center in Far Rockaway. The girls read an engaging story to the residents. more
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