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Kavanah Garden sets down roots at LebovicTORONTO — Shoresh’s Kavanah Garden has moved to a permanent location on UJA Federation of Greater Toronto’s Joseph and Wolf Lebovic...read more...
JPPS/Bialik denies low enrolment rumoursMONTREAL — An official of Jewish Peoples and Peretz Schools/Bialik High School is denying that registration for the coming year is so low as to...read more...
Students start Jewish Culture ClubLindsay Fein, Hannah Lidsky and Jeremy Rosenthal – Grade 11 classmates and friends at North Toronto Collegiate Institute – started a...read more...
Educators can monitor students with new appMONTREAL — Two former Bialik High School staffers have created a new mobile app they feel promises to revolutionize the way school educators...read more...
Supplementary education gets funding boostTORONTO — UJA Federation of Greater Toronto’s Centre for Jewish Education has introduced a new initiative that aims to double the number...read more...
Educator criticizes North American Jewish leadershipMONTREAL — The Jewish community should take note: bad leadership may be worse than no leadership at all, says U.S. writer and educator Erica...read more...
TanenbaumCHAT welcomes new head of schoolTORONTO — Rabbi Lee Buckman is looking forward to his new position as head of school at what he calls “one of the flagship schools of...read more...
Ulpana and Or Chaim celebrate 40 yearsTORONTO — Bnei Akiva Schools will celebrate its 40th anniversary with a dinner May 8 at Terrace Banquet Hall. The religious Zionist school,...read more...
Yom Ha’atzmaut ‘twitter-fest’The Bnei Akiva Schools of Toronto – Yeshivat Or Chaim and Ulpanat Orot – are organizing a “twitter-fest” for Yom Ha’...read more...
Maimonides, JEC approve mergerMONTREAL — A merger of the two largest long-term care institutions under Jewish community auspices will serve to maintain their Jewish...read more...

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