Tag Archives: teachers

Hearing The Cry of a Child

As graduation speeches and flying caps fill the air, we may wonder about the extent and duration of the influence that schools and individual teachers may have on students, both in knowledge and character. Rabbis in the past and present have given plenty of advice about how to teach.

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Column: War And Pieces: The Shape of Teachers’ Anti-Israel Drive

Amani Barakat must be joking when she twice touts the “peaceful” tactics of an anti-Israel drive among West Coast teachers’ unions. Simultaneously, Barakat continues in a leading role in an organization that seeks the right of return for Palestinians to Israel, a mission that could readily lead to war.

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Jewish National Fund-USA Salutes Teachers

In recognition of Teacher Appreciation Week (May 4 – 8, 2020), JNF-USA leadership is recognizing the incredible impact of teachers in schools across the U.S. and Israel.

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