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"Until we see as many Israelis come to America and learn about American Jewry we will have a problem. We need a reverse Birthright," says Brandeis professor Jonathan Sarna.
Celebrating its 45th year, Alexander Muss High School in Israel has a proud history
of instilling its students with Jewish values and a love for the Holy Land.
American Jews have the highest rate of higher education, at 75 percent (compared to 40 percent of Americans generally), and have an average of 14.7 years of schooling.
After 12 years of schooling, our current system leaves kids uninspired and ill-equipped for the real world.
By DALIA COHEN
Teacher and students score success on the English exam at a Bedouin school.
By JUDITH SUDILOVSKY
The INSS partners with the Ruderman Family Foundation in one-year-program.
By RACHEL COHEN
Jerusalem’s School for Classical Eastern Music serves as a bridge between cultures.
By MORDECHAI BECK
Parents of children with disabilities press for greater integration
in schools and society.
By JENNIFER RICHLER
Large-scale institutions for children remain popular in Israel, despite long ago falling out of favor in the developed world
By ATARA SHIELDS/THE MEDIA LINE
The outgoing director-general of the Davidson Institute of Science Education drives home some hard truths
By TALI KORD
Michael Slobodov helps disabled kids to cope in the physical world.
By MIRIAM KRESH
Creating an environment in Acre where people flourish
By BARBARA BAMBERGER
There’s a formula for educational success, but it requires persistence.
By TAMAR ARIAV
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