Saturday, / October 31, 2020
Articles Filed Under “Education”
A Quiet Moment
It is a typical, bustling morning at a middle school in Camarillo, California, and the students are about to take an algebra quiz. But first,…
Remembering Rebbetzin Chana: Jewish Feminine Role Model
Rebbetzin Chana Schneerson, a feminine role model of Jewish activism and proponent of Jewish scholarship, mother of the Lubavitcher Rebbe and wife of Rabbi Levi…
A Jewish School Beyond Borders
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…
Camp Gan Israel, Sleepaway Edition
55 Attend CKids’ Inaugural Overnight Camp
Two Universities React as Antisemitism Steps Out of the Shadows
While college administrators debate the limit of free speech, Chabad campus leaders take action.
A Hebrew School Becomes A Community
How has one innovative Hebrew School made the Big Apple the city of choice for Jewish families?
Growing Gains in Toronto
Even as he cut the ribbon on the doors of the Romano Chabad Centre, Rabbi Mendel Bernstein knew it was too small.
Can An Underfunded School Actually Transform a Community?
Small Jewish day schools—those with less than 100 students—occupy a fragile place in our society. Located outside of centralized Jewish communities, these schools must fight…
Our Kitchen Hand
Brittany Karpin, 21, has autism and is non-verbal, yet feels right at home in this bustling kitchen that serves up 70,000 meals a year to…
Teens and Seniors Link Hearts
At a time when most middle-schoolers and teenagers are preoccupied with their Snapchat stories or the latest Adidas shoe, Shelly Klein finds it a refreshing…
Acts Of Kindness for Judah
The UC Berkeley campus is no stranger to conflict and dispute. Anti-Israel protests led by students are quite common. But on March 10th, students will…
High Marks for Parisian Chabad School
Ranking at the top of Le Parisien’s list of the nation’s schools earlier this year, the school also got recognition last week with the release…
Students Take First Prize At Connecticut State Science Fair
Students at the Southern Connecticut Hebrew Academy were well represented at the 67th Annual Connecticut State Science Fair held March 10th-14th at Quinnipiac University.
President Obama Welcomes Chabad-Lubavitch to the White House
President Obama noted his appreciation for the Rebbe’s lifetime of work and recognizing that education is among many shared Jewish and American values – values…
Education Olympics Finalists Compete in Jerusalem
Sixty finalists of the Darkeinu Olympic Jewish heritage quiz were flown to Israel from countries in the Former Soviet Union for the final stage of…
A Day School Grows in Brooklyn Heights
Opening a private school in 2015 is a risky business. As the most intensive form of Jewish education, a day school is also by far…
Children of Chabad Reps Deliver Winning Speeches in Federation of Greater Vancouver’s Contest
Taking lessons from contemporary life, the children of Chabad-Lubavitch representatives to Downtown Vancouver won top spots in the Public Speaking Contest Award of the Jewish…
Keeping Pre-Bar-Bat Mitzvah Coming Back For More
Once they approach Bat and Bar Mitzvah milestone, tweens typically drop out of Hebrew School. This fact is supported by the findings of a 2008…
Learning Parenting To Raise Healthy Children
A parenting course that looks to Jewish values that have stood the test of time may surprise participants as it cuts the sacrosanct “what are…
Students Mark Dean’s 90th Birthday with Mitzvahs
When the nonagenarian celebrated his birthday this past Shabbat, the students presented him a photo book titled 90 acts of kindness.
Thousands of Israeli Second Graders Celebrate Genesis
Over the past month tens-of-thousands of school children received the book of Genesis at Chabad synagogues across Israel.
Covenant Award Winner: School Is A Dwelling Place for the Divine
The principal of Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy in Beverly Hills, California, Sufrin received the prestigious Covenant Award at an event in Washington, DC, last week.
It’s Pies for Joy to Say Thanks to Seniors
It was all smiles when preschool children and their families made Pies for Joy for seniors in time for Thanksgiving. The Gan Camarillo Preschool and…
A Different Kind of Olympics in the Former Soviet Union
While Russians were preparing for the Winter Olympic Games of 2014, thousands of pupils at Or Avner Chabad Jewish Day Schools in the Former Soviet…
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