Parents should not get involved with essays, and other expert advice on getting into collegeComments Off on Admit One
Choosing a college is also about choosing a community for the next four years.by Beth Kissileff | Comments Off on The College Tour: Finding the Right Jewish Mix
Nativ is an Israel gap year program that pays dividends down the roadby Yossi Garr | Comments Off on Taking the Long-Short Path
To highlight the powerful role that grandparents play in children’s lives – including children in interfaith families – Big Tent Judaism is hosting a weekend of activities to coincide with Grandparents Day on Sunday, September 7.by Sarah Sechan | Comments Off on What’s a Grandparent to Do?: Sharing Judaism with Grandchildren in Interfaith Families
In his recent presentation at the Eli Talks, USCJ’s Rabbi Charles Savenor exposes an epic biblical cover-up – and explains why we as Jews and parents need to confront it.Comments Off on Did Moses Fail as a Parent?
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A new initiative aims to challenge the “Noah Syndrome,” our tendency to treat couples as the social norm and marginalize singles.by Lisa Kogen | Comments Off on Two-By-Two?