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These are the steps Jewish institutions are taking to secure themselves against possible attacks
(JTA) — When someone threw rocks a couple months ago at the doors of a Chabad center in Atlanta, the glass didn’t shatter. That’s because earlier in the year, local Chabad leaders decided to reevaluate their security following an incident with...
Retooled approach for special-ed students brings surprising results during distancing era
When Racheli Friedbauer, now 11, was enrolled four years ago in a Jewish special education program, it changed her life. Due to a rare genetic disorder, Racheli has developmental delays and some...
These Jewish teens are mentoring girls in science and powering tiny houses for the homeless
By Eric Berger Growing up in Los Angeles, Elyse Forman always tried to take the highest-level science courses she could, like A.P. physics and chemistry. Forman often found she was the only female... Full story
Orthodox-run cemetery OKs area for cremated remains, burial of non-Jewish family members
ST. LOUIS (St. Louis Jewish Light via JTA)-A Jewish cemetery in a suburb here has opened a section for the burial of cremated remains and will allow for the burial of non-Jewish, immediate family... Full story
Jewish student assaulted at Temple University
PHILADELPHIA (Jewish Exponent) — Hillel, the campus student group, is expressing “outrage” over an attack on a Jewish student at Temple University on Wednesday and is calling on the university to ensure the safety of its Jewish students. At... Full story