A warning to other Americans with unfashionable values.
“What can our children think of Judaism . . . after their stay in the modern public-school buildings?”
More than a practical campaign to reduce the costs of education.
The convergence of the nanny state and the secular state.
Religious education offers more than job preparation.
Deploying discrimination to prevent willing institutions from supporting the most vulnerable.
The boy who would not run.
From ḥasidic schools to the LGBT students at Yeshiva University.
Jewish parents bring a lawsuit arguing for neutral treatment of sectarian education.
A Pulitzer for the New York Times?
A legal victory for ḥasidic education.
An outsider looks into an ongoing controversy.
And what the Jews have to add to them.