December 19, 2018

Education

When I enrolled my first child in Jewish day school almost 20 years ago, I was enthralled with the prospect that he would be educated “Jewishly.”
With her CyberSem Jewish education service, Chavi Goldberg has taken religious women’s empowerment online. “I saw that boys can get smicha [ordination]
Participants from 88 countries take part in FIRST Lego League (FLL) regional tournaments around the globe — presenting functional robots and...
Rabbi Tzvi Weiss, who teaches preschool-aged boys in the Chasidic Karlin school system, has a degree in special education,
Organi Daycare in Reseda has all the trappings of a typical preschool — and then some. Tricycles are stationed out front, and the rest of its half-acre...
When I graduated high school, I chose to go to University of Toronto. It was close to home, and one of the best universities in the country.
A local pro-Israel organization has accused the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) of hosting an anti-Semitic, anti-Israel continuing education...
A Hebrew-language charter school in Van Nuys plans to appeal to the Los Angeles County Board of Education the denial of its charter renewal by the...
Ever since I was a child, I have been terrified of rooms full of children — a strange trait for a Hebrew-school teacher. Yes, I adore kids one-on-one...
When Yehudis Blauner was 5 or 6 years old, she lined up the dolls and teddy bears in her bedroom, set a whiteboard in front of them and wrote out the...
Whether you want to teach your kindergartner the alef-bet or have your high-schooler brush up on ancient history, there’s a plethora of smartphone and...
In the basement office of The Boiling Point, the acclaimed newspaper of Shalhevet High School, a message on a dry-erase board from faculty adviser...
Valley Beth Shalom (VBS) broke ground Sept. 7 on a new addition to its Ventura Boulevard campus, a community center that will include meeting rooms, a gym..
On a recent overcast morning, Chaya Chazanow arrived with her 5-year-old son, Tzvi, at a sleepy Pico-Robertson storefront that has barred windows.
Last year, I got the opportunity to teach a yearlong Jewish literature course to seniors at Shalhevet High School, and I was overjoyed.
When Steven Lavine was offered the job as president of the CalArts in 1988, he wasn’t sure he could rescue the school from mounting debt.
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