The JTeach staff each week composes an article on timely and critical issues that must be analyzed through the lens of Jewish Education and how these issues impact our lives.
The hosts of one my favorite podcasts recently discussed the favorite item they saw during their visit to the Baseball Hall of
My grandparents from my mother’s side, who lived many years in Israel and were fluent in Hebrew, later relocated to Argentina. Although
My first job was teaching at the Bureau of Jewish Education in Los Angeles. I taught in their high school program and
How did God get the inspiration to create the world? This is not meant to be a theological or a philosophical question
Packing up the classroom, a chore that teachers carry out at the end of the school year, can also be a time
By Sherwin Pomerantz The Midwest in the early 1900s was a spiritual wasteland with a nominal Jewish presence at best. If the
An old joke comes to mind that I think can be adapted for this time of year. I think the new version
In high school my Jewish History professor taught us that the Jews of Eastern Europe had limited contact with nature. According to
One day a number of years ago I was in a heated debate with my chavruta (learning partner). My chavruta was railing
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