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Le Voyage d’Études à Paris de l’École MaïmonidePour la deuxième année consécutive, l’Alliance Israélite Universelle Canada a parrainé un Voyage d’...read more...
'It's not my goal to be called rabbi'MONTREAL — “Maha-What? Maharat!”  The title of Maharat Rachel Kohl Finegold’s presentation at the Le Mood conference...read more...
JPPS kids celebrate school’s centenaryMONTREAL — The official 100th anniversary gala is not until April 6, but the gym at Jewish People’s and Peretz School (JPPS) told another...read more...
Longtime Heschel educator new head of schoolTORONTO — As of next September, Greg Beiles, the curriculum consultant at the Toronto Heschel School will take over as head of school,...read more...
Solomon Schechter kids revive art of mosaicsMONTREAL — Solomon Schechter Academy students are reviving the ancient Jewish art of mosaics, head of school Shimshon Hamerman says. Mosaics...read more...
Girls don tfillin at Orthodox N.Y. high schoolsTORONTO — A decision by two New York Orthodox high schools to allow female students to pray wearing tfillin has grabbed the attention of the...read more...
Second Orthodox NY high school allowing girls to don tefillinNEW YORK   — A second Modern Orthodox high school in New York has announced it will permit girls to wear tefillin during prayer. The...read more...
Day schools trying to put new face on financial aidNEW YORK  — Tehiyah Day School in El Cerrito, Calif., had a problem. Like many Jewish day schools throughout North America, Tehiyah has...read more...
CHAT puts focus on Sephardi experienceTORONTO — Teacher Jimmy Bitton says he hopes a Grade 10 program he conceived will help raise awareness among his students in Toronto’s...read more...
Toronto educator honouredTORONTO — A Toronto woman has been named one of five recipients of the Pomegranate Prize, an award designed to recognize and encourage...read more...

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