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PROVIDENCE – How can schools meet the individual academic needs of their students while teaching to 21st century standards and utilizing modern technology in a fiscally responsible and sustainable manner? more
PROVIDENCE – Sunday, Sept. 15 is the first day of class this year, and students in grades 8 – 12 can still enroll in Harry Elkin Midrasha Community High School classes. Class topics include “Fasting, Praying and Community Responsibility” … more
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island’s own “Reading with Robin,” aka Robin Kall Homonoff, will host “An Evening of Authors,” on Wednesday, Sept. 25, from 6 – 10 p.m.; registration begins at 6 p.m. and the program begins at 7 p.m. more
PROVIDENCE – In tribute to the Jewish heritage of The Miriam Hospital, Jeff Brier, chair of the hospital’s Jewish Tradition Advisory Committee and past chair of The Miriam Hospital and The Miriam Hospital Foundation boards of trustees, blew the … more
PROVIDENCE – The Community Relations Council of the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island will host a seminar on the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (the ACA), which has been nicknamed “Obamacare.” more
JERUSALEM (JTA) – The start of the Jewish New Year is filled with holy days, among them four foundational celebrations: Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot and Simhat Torah-Shemini Atzeret. more
(JTA) – Everyone knows that an ocean separates Israel and the United States. Yet after three days in New York recently, I realized how big that ocean really is. more
(JNS.org) – Jordanian Prime Minister Abdalla Ensour and his cabinet approved a new plan to trade water with Israel.  In a new Red Sea desalination project expected to cost $1 billion, Jordan will sell part of the resulting water to Israel in … more
TEL AVIV (JTA) – Naftali Bennett, Israel’s religious services minister, has unveiled a temporary platform for non-Orthodox prayer at Robinson’s Arch, the archaeological site adjacent to the Western Wall plaza used by egalitarian groups. more
NEWPORT – In 1763 in Newport, a lovely new building was dedicated to accommodate the growing Jewish congregation. Today, 250 years later, that same building, Touro Synagogue, still stands as the oldest synagogue in America; yet, it is not a … more
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