Thursday, January 29, 2015 Shevat 9, 5775
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The Politz Hebrew Academy, an Orthodox day school in Northeast Philadelphia, learned last month that it received the coveted accreditation it had sought from the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, a more-than-100-year-old nonprofit organization. The accreditation process took more than two years and entailed extensive evaluations of the school by both insiders and outside experts. "This is an...
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The Perelman Jewish Day School, in an effort to increase enrollment and lessen the financial burden on parents, announced a $6,000 tuition reduction for all kindergarten students entering in fall 2009. The pilot program will offer a total of $27,000 in tuition assistance per pupil for this incoming class, according to school officials. That means parents of entering students will...
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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
Although many football coaches parade around the practice field yelling and screaming at their players, Ron Cohen projects a cool, positive attitude. While his Washington High School Eagles ran drills on Oct. 23, he walked calmly from one group of players to the next, offering a pat on the helmet here, some kind words there. "Take a lot of pride...
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Aaron Passman, JE Feature
Pong ? Try again. Tetris ? No way. Today's video games are a far cry from what they were even a few years ago, let alone a decade or two. As technology has progressed and gaming has become more interactive, games have become bigger business and a larger part of the culture. Educators have responded in kind, and the Entertainment...
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