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Can We Talk?

Can We Talk?

It is easy to get the sense that in today’s public sphere so much of our discourse happens at each other as opposed to with each other. Sound bites and 140-character messages do little to help others understand our positions, and the louder we shout the less we are heard….

Creating a culture of communication

Building a Culture of Communication

Building a Culture of Communication

Models of healthy, open, frank conversation in public or private discourse are all too rare. In public discourse, what little evidence of listening that we do hear is primarily in the service of stockpiling rhetorical…

Special Needs Brings People Together

Special Needs Brings People Together

When the Tikvah Program at Camp Ramah in Glen Spey, New York began including campers with disabilities in 1970, it began attracting campers and families from a range of Jewish backgrounds—from unaffiliated to Hasidic. At…

Teachers and students

The Art of the Mahloket

The Art of the Mahloket

Ma nishtana halailah hazeh mikol haleilot? Why is this night different from all other nights? This question is asked at the Pesah Seder table by the youngest person in attendance, highlighting the importance of asking…

Section 3: Schools and stakeholders

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