Daily Archives: January 7, 2021


Arizona Housing Fund’s goal to help the homeless

Arizona has a homelessness problem, and with the expiration on Dec. 31 of the eviction moratorium for Arizona residents affected by COVID-19, the situation is expected to become worse. With 10,000 people already on the streets in Arizona (according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development) and a growing waiting list for affordable…


Educating in the era of COVID-19

There’s no doubt that next to frontline workers, teachers have had the most challenging year of their professional lives, having to shift from in-person to online learning in the blink of an eye. Still, teachers being the optimists they often are, rolled up their sleeves and soldiered on. We posed some questions to Valley teachers…


Online and hybrid learning tips for success

It looks like distance learning is here to stay for a while longer – be it through hybrid instruction, cohorts of students divided into small groups, or a completely off-campus learning experience for kids. Parents and caregivers have many questions about how to make sure students are engaged and benefiting their learning experiences, no matter…


Join Limmud AZ’s virtual day of Jewish learning

Photo: Janette Silverman, Laura Geller, LaNitra Berger and David Singer will all be speakers at Limmud AZ Virtual Day of Jewish Learning. “Just because we can’t gather in person doesn’t mean we can’t learn together!” is the opening line on Limmud AZ’s event information page. The annual day-long event of Jewish learning usually attracts hundreds…

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