Not the exclusive domain of scribes
Musar, Modern Orthodoxy, and pedagogy.
American civilization seems to be undergoing a cultural crisis. What does this mean for the purpose and prospects of Jewish schools?
Even before the pandemic, Jewish families were turning to smaller and more independent methods of schooling. But they need legal and financial help.
Starting with education.
The school-choice advocate joins us to talk about what the just-released ruling means for education in America generally, and for Jews specifically.
Marvin Schick, in memoriam.
“If a father doesn’t teach his son a trade, it’s as if he taught him highway robbery.”
Albany should instead be encouraging alternatives to public schooling—religious schools included.
If traditional schools are going to teach secular subjects, it makes sense to teach them traditionally
“The child is not the mere creature of the state”
Anti-Catholic bigotry and “substantial equivalency.”
Borne with grace, barukh hashem.