Nearly a quarter of younger Americans are skeptical about whether the Shoah happened.
To the gurus of ethnic studies, Jews possess “racial privilege.”
American civilization seems to be undergoing a cultural crisis. What does this mean for the purpose and prospects of Jewish schools?
Technology is the easy part. Getting young Jews to connect with the Book of Books, that’s hard.
Even before the pandemic, Jewish families were turning to smaller and more independent methods of schooling. But they need legal and financial help.
How traditionalist Christians and Jews can take advantage of this moment to renew classical and civic education.
Jews shouldn’t join the mob by renaming St. Louis or “cancelling” Dostoevsky.
After the Great Disruption, a new renaissance can emerge, marrying Jewish classical education and novel technology, and confronting the cultural crisis with Jewish exceptionalism.
In their view, religion both complemented and restrained the humanities.
A Harvard professor discovers a new threat to society: parents!
The principal’s response: find friends at your synagogue instead.
The Blaine Amendment strikes again.
And not just at Fieldston.
After 150 years, an attempt to universalize Judaism hasn’t turned out as expected.