Thursday, / April 25, 2024

A Jewish School Beyond Borders

As classrooms have turned to Zoom, schools all over the world are struggling to adapt. But for one Jewish school, distance learning is a way of life.

Sixth-grader Hadasa Perez has never met her teacher. Or her classmates.   Yet, while parents, teachers, and children around the world are flailing like fish out […]

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