A Jewish organization creates unforgettable summer experiences for special needs kids and their parents.
Posted on: May 7th, 2014InDepth → Front Page
First, we want to be sure that the company is answering a real need; that the company is solving a real big problem.
Posted on: April 30th, 2014InDepth → Front Page
“Fulfill my requests for good, grant my request, be mindful of us for deliverance and compassion...remember us for a good, long life…give us bread to eat, clothes to wear...”
Posted on: April 24th, 2014InDepth → Front Page
R. Hadaya strongly argues in favor of establishing a festive day in commemoration of the establishment of the state of Israel.
Posted on: April 14th, 2014InDepth → Front Page
Perhaps worse than all the above is the acute lack of unity among Jews
Posted on: April 9th, 2014InDepth → Front Page
Too often, as parents and teachers, we think it means talking at our children, delivering to them good and worthy content that they should simply hear and assimilate into their minds and hearts.
Posted on: April 2nd, 2014InDepth → Front Page
We now are in the season of advocacy of preschool, referring specifically to the education of children who are four years old.
Posted on: March 26th, 2014InDepth → Front Page
During much of the 20th century, elite American colleges and universities carefully policed their admission gates to restrict the entry of Jews. Like its Big Brothers – Harvard, Yale and Princeton – Wellesley College, where I taught history between 1971 and 2010, designed admission policy to perpetuate a white Anglo-Saxon Protestant elite.
Posted on: March 19th, 2014InDepth → Front Page
I can testify from experience, however, that despite such experience and/or training, top-tier leaders often begin their tasks unprepared for the rigors of their new position, particularly when the experience and training focused on instructional leadership (such as classroom observation and curriculum) rather than organizational stewardship and management.
Posted on: March 12th, 2014InDepth → Front Page
The unwarranted hatred among us that caused the destruction of the Second Temple clearly still plagues us.
Posted on: March 5th, 2014InDepth → Front Page
In the course of the ages there wasn’t a Jewish community more convinced of its capacity for survival than the Jewish community of Hungary in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Posted on: February 26th, 2014InDepth → Front Page
Halpert doesn’t know why he was fired, and YU apparently won’t explain
Posted on: February 19th, 2014InDepth → Front Page
The Newport Touro synagogue was never officially named "Touro" – the community called itself Yeshuat Yisrael. By the mid-19th century, however, the Newport synagogue was recognized, though never formally, as the Touro Synagogue.
Posted on: February 12th, 2014InDepth → Front Page
“To be a Jew is to open one’s tent on all four sides so that any stranger in need of food and shelter can enter from every direction. To be a Jew is to believe that the world can be redeemed. To be a Jew is to be carried by the current of the ancient Jewish river that keeps on flowing. The journey will continue.”
Posted on: February 5th, 2014InDepth → Front Page
What was unique about the MLA’s and the ASA’s approach was the breathtakingly Orwellian notion that not only was Israel itself guilty of the many alleged transgressions assigned to it by its libelers, but a boycott against Israeli academics was warranted because the academic establishment itself is complicit in Zionism’s excesses and a core element of the bemoaned occupation, oppression, and denial of Palestinian self-determination.
Posted on: January 29th, 2014InDepth → Front Page
The road back is paved with love, understanding, hugs, and honest communication.
Posted on: January 22nd, 2014InDepth → Front Page
This past autumn the Pew Research Center’s Religion and Public Life Project released the findings of its survey of American Jews. “A Portrait of Jewish Americans” immediately won the attention of a good number of American Jews and became the focus of considerable media coverage.
Posted on: January 15th, 2014InDepth → Front Page
Humility is perhaps the least understood quality a person may possess. Often it is perceived as a form of meekness, a reticence that stems from a lack of self-confidence or an unwillingness to stand up and assert oneself. But that is far from what true humility is.
Posted on: January 8th, 2014InDepth → Front Page
At the end of the harvest, winter begins. The earth becomes cold and hard, nights are long, and the sun seems far away in the southern sky. The sap ceases to flow in the trees. But in this season of temporary "death" Hashem sends down harbingers of coming life in the form of tal u'matar livrachah - dew and rain for a blessing - upon the earth.
Posted on: January 1st, 2014InDepth → Front Page
A president who today used the language of FDR or JFK would be derided. If he were a candidate, the media elites would bury his chances of winning the election. He would be a laughing stock to the aimless young people whose uninformed opinions on public affairs seem to matter more than they should.
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