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The Phoenix Holocaust Association brings survivors and students together

Photo: Holocaust survivor Charlotte Adelman speaking to students at Peoria Accelerated High School. Photo by Tony Fusco In 2018, The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany commissioned Schoen Consulting to conduct a comprehensive national study of Holocaust knowledge and awareness in the United States. The results from 1,350 interviews with American adults age18 and…

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A gap year adventure in Israel

By Aliya Markowitz Shalom, everybody! My name is Aliya Markowitz and I’m from Tucson, AZ. For the past three and a half months, I’ve been lucky enough to call the lively neighborhood of Nachlaot, Jerusalem, my home. Next semester, I will be continuing my adventure in the artsy district of Florentine, Tel Aviv. Taking a…

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Ways to Empower Kids to End Bullying

From the classroom to the internet, bullying can lead to children developing a poor self-image or lead to bullying others. In fact, members of Generation Z believe bullying is the biggest issue facing their generation, according to new data. A survey of American youth ages 6-17, commissioned by the Boy Scouts of America, the nation’s…

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Study in Israel

‘Israel is now more attractive than ever for students in North America and beyond,’ says Prof. Yaffa Zilbershats The Council for Higher Education in Israel (CHE) this week officially launched the national initiative “Study in Israel” to double the number of international students enrolled in Israeli colleges and universities, initially targeting students in North America,…

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Proposed California Curriculum Called Anti-Semitic

UPDATE: They Listened! In a public statement on the draft Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum, the California State Board of Education stated that “the current draft model curriculum falls short and needs to be substantially redesigned.” “Following the Instructional Quality Commission’s review and response to all public comments, a new draft will be developed for State…

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New Parenting Series to Launch 

iGen Parenting is a monthly education series for parents of tweens. It provides an opportunity to connect with other parents while learning about important topics facing today’s youth. The idea for iGen Parenting grew out of Marni Steinberg’s desire to help a community of parents get information and talk about the issues facing tweens. The…

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