gap year yeshiva

Israel Angst Gets Personal

He may have traveled over 5,700 miles, but my son Zack is just a local call away.

That's because these days, for a relatively modest fee, you can give your kid a cell phone with a "virtual" U.S. number, creating something of a bizarre illusion that he is just a train ride away in the 646 are code rather than on another continent with a 972 country code.

Toward Gap-Year Consensus

02/13/2012 - 19:00

One of the outcomes of the controversy over Rav Aharon Bina and his Netiv Aryeh yeshiva in Jerusalem is the increased attention focused on the fact that teens who spend a year in Israel are to a large degree on their own, with their parents often in the dark about the policies and intellectual and emotional environment of the institutions where they have sent their children.

$1000 Kickback Per Student From Gap Year Israeli Yeshiva To Day School Principals

Here's a shocking post at the "Lookjed Digest" (Nov. 9) -- the Lookjed list is a project of Bar Ilan's Lookstein Center for Jewish Education.

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