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Op-Ed: Israel’s Best Defense? Science Education

February 12, 2015 | By Dr. Dov Rubin
Op-Ed: Israel’s Best Defense? Science Education

"Israel's paltry investment in technology education is troubling. Education is about more than just personal fulfillment in Israel - the right education for the right people might actually save lives"

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In Bid to Attract Jews & Muslims, Oxford Bans All References to Pork in Children's Books

January 14, 2015 | By Daniel Koren
In Bid to Attract Jews & Muslims, Oxford Bans All References to Pork in Children's Books

Oxford University Press publishers is banning any mention of pig, bacon, pork, sausage, (etc.) from their educational books

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Israeli Study Says Parents Should Start Teaching Kids How to Write Even Earlier

January 12, 2015 | By NoCamels Team
Israeli Study Says Parents Should Start Teaching Kids How to Write Even Earlier

Kids should learn how to read before kindergarten, according to Prof. Dorit Aram of Tel Aviv University

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Meet the Rabbi Who Instills Confidence in Children with Cancer Through Martial Arts

November 12, 2014 | By Daniel Koren
Meet the Rabbi Who Instills Confidence in Children with Cancer Through Martial Arts

Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg has been named a 2014 Top CNN Hero for his Kids Kicking Cancer initiative

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Jewish Boycotts, Then and Now

October 16, 2014 | By Rafael Medoff
Jewish Boycotts, Then and Now

A clash between anti-boycott activists and a group of Jewish studies professors, which has recently become the subject of much debate in the American Jewish community, is actually just the latest of many boycott-related controversies that have divided U.S. Jewry over the years

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Holocaust Survivor Finally Graduates From High School

October 08, 2014 | By Daniel Koren
Holocaust Survivor Finally Graduates From High School

86-year-old Henry Friedman was denied a diploma during World War II, but has now received one thanks to Seattle's Kent School District

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UJA Federation Spearheads Special Education Workshop

October 02, 2014 | By Dan Horowitz
UJA Federation Spearheads Special Education Workshop

Over 40 special education representatives from 13 Jewish day schools attend a workshop at TanenbaumCHAT Wallenberg Campus

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