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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Thursday, August 24, 2017


Over 700 professional and lay leaders from Jewish day schools from across the spectrum of practice came together for the third annual North American Jewish Day School Conference (NAJDSC) between January 15-17, 2012, in Atlanta, GA.

Jointly planned by RAVSAK: The Jewish Community Day School Network, the Institute for University-School Partnership at Yeshiva University, the Schechter Day School Network, PARDeS: The Progressive Association of Reform Day Schools, and PEJE, the Partnership for Excellence in Jewish Education, the conference brought together over 300 schools and professional organizations.

This year the conference focused on “Current Landscapes—Changing Horizons.” The program featured two keynote speeches, four mini-keynotes, a

Members of Central’s Political Action Club, from left: Tamar Berman, Shayna Rabin, Hudy Rosenberg, Dina Muskin, Aliza Arbesfeld, Golda Aharon, Rivka Abbe and Renee WietschnerAs the fall semester began, Yeshiva University High School for Girls (YUHSG) junior Rivka Abbe grew increasingly unsettled by the numerous challenges faced by Israel. In light of the Palestinian Authority’s (PA) bid for statehood at the United Nations, Abbe wanted to mobilize her peers to assist the Jewish State.

With the help of YU Vice President and Chief of Staff Josh Joseph, and YUHSG Assistant Principal Rabbi Seth Grauer, Abbe got in touch with the Yeshiva University Political Action Committee

New Program Aims to Educate Parents
About Their Rights in Dealing with DOE

Community leaders are urging Brooklyn parents to utilize a brand new free service of Otsar Family Services that will assist parents in advocating on behalf of their children who may need special ed services. These services are aimed at "mainstream" children who may need services like occupational therapy, physical therapy and speech therapy at their homes or in a yeshiva setting. Otsar, a Southern Brooklyn advocacy group

Professor Rachel McDermott of Barnard was exonerated on January 11 of charges alleging that she discouraged an Orthodox student from taking a course critical of Israel.Charges of “racial steering” leveled at a Barnard College professor have been dropped by the United States Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights, local media have reported. Competing accounts of the exchanges between a student and professor was the reason offered for the decision released on January 11, but opponents of anti-Semitism on college campuses have heralded the case as a victory, citing the precedent set as “racial steering” and the unlawfulness of disseminating advice to

David Prince juggles his responsibilities as a YU student and a marketing executive. (Photo courtesy of Yeshiva University)It’s only his first semester on campus, but David Prince has a pretty good idea of what he wants to major in—marketing. He’s been doing it professionally since tenth-grade.
At 21, the Syms School of Business student is president of a full-service management and consulting firm he founded four years ago, Prince Management. At an age when many college students are writing their first cover letters to their first internships, Prince has represented and secured endorsements and business