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DeVos Says Schools Reopening Plans Can’t Be Based On ‘Short-Term’ COVID Spikes

Cathy Burke  (NEWSMAX) U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos on Sunday blasted school reopening plans that are based on “a short-term flare-up for a few...

Amid the Pandemic, Jewish Day Schools Survive (And Even Thrive)

Jewish day schools were quick to pivot from a traditional in-class setting to online classrooms, and as the academic year winds down, they are...

“Singing in the Rain” Telethon Raises Millions for the Special Children’s Center

By: Fern Sidman On Monday evening a very unique telethon event was hosted by The Special Children’s Center in Lakewood in honor of the inner...

An elite NYC private school is opening a ‘flex’ location in the Hamptons with all online classes- with $48,000 tuition

By Benyamin Davidsons The new school year is right around the corner.  While most schools are still in the midst of uncertainty regarding how classes...

Schumer Attacks DeVos Over Fed $$$ Being Sent to Private & Religious Schools

By: Tilden Myers        The latest liberal media charged to be hurled at the Trump Administration comes from the New York Times, which alleges that...

Letters to the Editor

Who Can Lead NYC to Recovery? Dear Editor: As a New York City patriot, I am greatly pained by frequent reports on the exodus from New...

NY Students Get Out of Taking Regents Exams; Can Graduate Without Them

Due to the interruption of the school schedule for thousands of high school students in New York City's public schools because of the emergence...

Education Reform Must Take a Seat at the Front of the Class

By: Ken Abramowitz & Jon Sutz President Trump called for education reform in his recent State of the Union address. He specifically emphasized the need for school...

UCLA Under Investigation for Anti-Semitism

A watershed moment in the battle against campus Jew-hatred By: Sara Dogan The Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR) announced last month that it...

After Six-Hour Debate, University of Illinois Student Government Passes BDS Resolution

Illini Students Supporting Israel board member Aaron Merlin, a junior, told JNS that the vote was wrong and not representative of the overall university...

UC Berkeley Student Gov’t Rejects Resolution Censuring Terrorist Display

“Clearly, Berkeley is not united against hate,” said student Nathan Bentolila, a senior. “I honestly have very little to say, the Jewish community is...

Chabad on Campus Emissaries Train at Yad Vashem to be Holocaust Educators

For students who find it difficult to connect to the Holocaust and its lessons, said Rabbi Yisroel Bernath, who co-directs Chabad at Concordia University...

Freedom Center Plans Title VI Suit Against Claremont Colleges for Funding Jew Hatred

The Colleges violated President Trump’s executive order barring federal funding for anti-Semitic hate By: Sara Dogan In a letter sent to the heads of Pitzer College...

US Professors Visit Israel for Bridge-Building College Mission

“The world hasn’t given Israel any favors; they haven’t treated the Jewish population well, but Israel is a thriving country nevertheless. I don’t know...

Ohr Torah Stone Convenes Polish & German Rabbis

Edited by: TJVNews.com Ohr Torah Stone’s (OTS) Straus-Amiel Rabbinical Emissary Program convened pulpit rabbis from Poland and Germany here this week to address critical issues...

Private Colleges Are in Financial Straits; Induced by Their Own Progressive Policies

By: Tabitha Korol Private colleges are in serious financial trouble. According to Bloomberg, they may have to merge with others or close their doors. The...

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