Evan Zauder

After Arrest Of Teacher, Questions About Vetting

New revelations of Zauder’s apparent online activity on social media sites.

05/08/2012
Special To The Jewish Week

In the wake of the shocking arrest last week of a yeshiva teacher and youth worker for possession of child pornography, attention is turning to how day school — and indeed, all — teachers are vetted, and how to balance the need to ensure children’s safety with legal concerns about discrimination and privacy.

Evan Zauder, a teacher at a Paramus, N.J., day school, was arrested for possession of child pornography.

From Rising Jewish Ed Star To Kiddie Porn Perp

How do you tell your kid his or her teacher has been busted for possessing child porn?

That’s the unpleasant task parents, teachers and administrators at Yeshivat Noam, a Modern Orthodox day school in Paramus, N.J., have had to take on this week.

N.J. Yeshiva Teacher, Formerly Youth Leader, Charged With Having Child Pornography

05/04/2012

A Jewish educator elementary school teacher in the New York area has been arrested on charges of possessing child pornography.

Evan Zauder, a sixth grade teacher at the Modern Orthodox school Yeshivat Noam in Paramus, N.J., was arrested after the FBI reportedly raided his Manhattan department and discovered on his computer hundreds of images and videos of boys engaged in sex acts. His bail hearing is set for Friday. He faces a maximum sentence of 10 years in jail and a maximum fine of $250,000.

N.J. Yeshiva Teacher, Formerly Youth Leader, Charged With Having Child Pornography

05/04/2012

A Jewish educator elementary school teacher in the New York area has been arrested on charges of possessing child pornography.

Evan Zauder, a sixth grade teacher at the Modern Orthodox school Yeshivat Noam in Paramus, N.J., was arrested after the FBI reportedly raided his Manhattan department and discovered on his computer hundreds of images and videos of boys engaged in sex acts. His bail hearing is set for Friday. He faces a maximum sentence of 10 years in jail and a maximum fine of $250,000.

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