Thursday, ‎ / September 24, 2020
Articles Filed Under “Education”
New Courses in Jewish Texts For Millennials in Former Soviet Union Cities
Twenty new academies of higher Jewish learning in the former Soviet Union opened their doors in the past month. The move spells a dramatic shift…
Los Angeles Principal Receives Prestigious Award
Teachers and students at the Cheder Menachem day school in Los Angeles were called for an assembly on Monday. All they knew was that one…
Rabbinical Seminary Opens in Hamburg as Germany’s Jewish Revival Grows
In some significant way, the opening this month of a rabbinical seminary in Hamburg, Germany, harks back to its glory pre-war days when the city…
Early Childhood Studies Spur Parents To Choose Jewish Preschools
Chabad preschools, consistently in the vanguard of progressive early-childhood methodologies, are contributing to a marked shift in the educational priorities of Jewish families with little…
New Building for Growing Moscow School
Hundreds turned out last week to mark the dedication of a new building for Moscow’s Cheder Menachem Jewish day school. Standing near the Marina Roscha…
Philanthropy 101: 7th Grader Picked Chabad, Took Lead in Gideon Hausner Charity Project
Ben would have to be persuasive, because Chabad is different from the kinds of organizations for which students at Gideon Hausner raise funds . .…
Eighth Grader in Beijing Bakes Cakes To Sponsor Friends
When Devorah Freundlich, 13, of Beijing, China, is not busy with her schoolwork, she’s popping cakes out of the oven in her mom’s kitchen. They…
NCFJE Celebrates 70 Years
Last Sunday, November 21, 700 guests joined the National Committee For Furtherance of Jewish Education at a 70 year anniversary celebration Chelsea Piers Pier 60.
Schottenstein Chabad Center To Open in Columbus, Ohio
Residents of historical New Albany, Ohio will soon welcome the Lori Schottenstein Chabad Center for a Jewish Tomorrow, a stately Georgian structure located in the…
JLI Teens Launches Internship Program
Young, smart, Jewish, they are the children of the baby boomers who cut their teeth on hi-speed internet and the virtual world it placed in…
Chabad’s 18-Wheel Museum Roaring to Life
Like Harley Davidson, Wii, and Clinique who often ply their wares in customized 18-wheelers that transform into mini-circus-like event centers, Chabad is planning one of…
Chabad Rabbi Launches Online Training Program for Rabbis
While this online program makes it possible for students to study at home or in the office, opportunities for lively debate and discussion, it seems,…
Jewish Public School Children Thrive at Florida Afterschool Program
Rabbi Moishe Kievman, Chabad representative in Highland Lakes, who co-directs the program together with his wife, Layah, says the school has grown by word-of-mouth. Children…
European Dignitaries Discuss Interreligious Understanding with Chief Rabbi of Russia
Chief Rabbi of Russia Berel Lazar met Wedensday with the President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Mr. Mevlüt Çavusoglu, who is…
Kohelet Foundation Partners With Rohr JLI
With the new school year fast approaching, parents affected by the current economic crisis are facing difficult choices regarding their children’s education.
Nevada’s Jewish Day School Opens New Building
As schools across the country open their doors this September some 180 students of the Desert Torah Academy will be entering a brand new, state-of-the-art…
Chabad-on-Campus Opens New Center in Rittenhouse Square
For the first time ever, Jewish students studying at any of the cluster of arts colleges in Center City, Philadelphia, will have their own Jewish…
After 60 Years, Óbuda Synagogue To Open Its Doors For Rosh Hashana
Sixty years after it was emptied of its Jewish worshipers, the Óbuda synagogue in Budapest—the oldest in Hungary, will open its doors to services this…
OK in the UK: As College Students Grow, So Do Chabad Services
University students heading back to school in the United Kingdom will find their Chabad centers on campus expanding....
National Jewish Retreat Opens in Virginia
Possibly the largest national Jewish study program of its kind, the five-day Retreat this year opens Tuesday, August 17, and will offer an unusual Jewish…
Blind Date: Two Jews, Two Phones, One Torah
Sanford Rosenthal surfs the web using a talking computer. To find matching clothes each morning, he feels the Braille labels on his shirts. His cell…
For Israeli Students, Medical Training in Hungary Deepens Jewish Identity
Toasting the new graduates in Hebrew at the Hotel Intercontinental ballroom, 300 guests - proud family and friends from Israel and Budapest’s Jewish community -…
Chabad on Campus Reaches Tipping Point
This past year, on an average Friday night, a combined total of 7,000 students took their seats at Chabad on Campus for Shabbat dinner. Some…
Fourteen Chabad Centers in the Running for $20k
Some 14 Chabad centers are now within the top 200 most voted for non-profits in the U.S. The votes are accumulating on the Chase Bank…
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