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By Sandy Miller-JacobsProfessor, Jewish Special Education, Hebrew CollegeAt a “600” (code for a special services school in a poverty area) elementary school in NYC, five... Read More
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By Rabbi Daniel Lehmann, President, Hebrew College Yesterday I attended the second annual Jewish Futures Conference as part of the General Assembly of the Jewish... Read More
Jewish learning is a lifelong process—the more you know, the more you realize you have yet to learn. As you delve into Jewish texts, history,... Read More
Daniel Gordis, in his recent essay “Are Young Rabbis Turning on Israel?” published in Commentary, identifies a number of important challenges facing rabbinical education and... Read More
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