Education

iNSIDER Insights: Schools of Thought

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I have always been a fan of the back-to-school season. New shoes, school supplies, haircuts, fresh starts. But this year, things are different —...

Holocaust Studies

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Teaching the Holocaust is no easy feat. How do teachers find the resources they need to educate students about what is arguably the most...

Brainstorm: The Power and Purpose of the Teenage Brain

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By Daniel J. Siegel, M.D. Penguin Group, 336 pages. Parents of teens know that their behavior is sometimes baffling. In his New York Times best-selling...

Community Colleges: Worth a Second Look

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As executive director of public relations and marketing for Howard County Community College, Elizabeth S. Homan is well aware that many parents and students...

Where Should I Study?

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In today’s internationally connected world, college students are well aware that in order to be globally competitive, an overseas cultural and academic experience, whether...

Changing With The Times

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“I ate my meals there.” That phrase, or some version of it, is usually the first thing that comes to mind when past generations of...

Breaking Out Fall Fashions

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The calendar may still read summer, but in a matter of days, kids will be heading back to school, and September will arrive. While...

Meet Rabbi Moshe

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Ohr Chadash Academy students will also meet a new administrator at the start of the school year. Following the retirement of Rabbi Akevy Greenblatt,...

Fresh Perspective

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Krieger Schechter Day School will be starting its school year with two new faces in the halls, and they come in the form of...

An Excellent Jewish Education

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When you walk into Bnos Yisroel there is a sign that reads, “Teaching students, not subjects.” And that message says it all. According to Rabbi Chaim...