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Strategic Planning, Judaics/ Kodesh
As we merited to make the journey from slavery to freedom, from the constraints within Egypt to the...
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Strategic Planning
Below is an edited version of an article that first appeared in the Winter 2011 issue of Stanford...
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Judaics/ Kodesh, Strategic Planning
In Spanish, the word for “illiterate” is analfabeto —one who does not have an alphabet. Yet having...
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Judaics/ Kodesh, Strategic Planning
Literacy has always referred to the ability to read, to decode and make sense of written texts...
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Judaics/ Kodesh, Strategic Planning
What’s the difference between the following two sets of questions? Who was the first Prime Minister...
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Strategic Planning
Jewish literacy and curriculum require a tremendous amount of thought and work by day school...
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Judaics/ Kodesh, Strategic Planning
Jewish day schools are in a unique position to transmit the Jewish tradition to their students in...
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Judaics/ Kodesh, Strategic Planning
A series of television commercials from my youth encouraged viewers who were illiterate to seek...
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Strategic Planning
At the end of a long workday, I dragged my heels up the staircase to the cafeteria of my children’s...
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Strategic Planning
Mens sana in corpore sano —“A sound mind in a sound body”—is not a Jewish concept. There are even...
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