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Your Teen Is 'Tremping' In Territories

Kidnapped boys were hitchhiking as everybody does; no, my mom doesn't know.

06/16/2014
Staff Writer
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Josh Glahn, 19-year-old student at Yeshivat Har Etzion in the West Bank settlement of Alon Shvut, hitchhikes about 10 times a week.

The three boys stood at this designated stop for hitchhiking, before being kidnapped on Thursday. Josh Glahn/JW

Putting A Cap On Day School Tuitions

05/21/2013
Special To The Jewish Week

In the nearly two years that I have worked in the field of Jewish day school finance, no topic has generated more emotion or been the subject of more debate than the issue of Jewish day school affordability.

Dan Perla

A New Model For Jewish Day Schools

09/14/2012
Special To The Jewish Week

Yeshivat He¹Atid, a new day school in Bergen County, NJ, is providing Jewish communities nationwide with a groundbreaking new model for high quality, affordable Jewish day school education. Opening with 115 students in our first year, Yeshivat He¹Atid is re-imagining the Jewish day school classroom of the 21st century.

N.Y. Gets $3.1 Million In U.S. Security Funds

Bulk of nearly $10 million for nonprofits nationwide goes to Jewish groups, including 43 grantees here.

07/03/2012
Assistant Managing Editor

Chabad houses, yeshivas, organizational headquarters and even a mikveh in the New York area are among the beneficiaries of $9.7 million in funds allocated by the Department of Homeland Security for Jewish organizations and facilities considered vulnerable to terrorist attacks.

That sum is 97 percent of the $10 million budgeted in the nonprofit Security Grant Program, one of several programs intended to improve so-called soft targets. The funds are a substantial reduction from last year’s $19 million for the program.

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