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Why You Belong in the Special Ed Field

Shani is a passionate special educator who positively impacts the lives of many Lakewood  children. As a teenager, she worked with children with special needs, devoting her Chesed hours in high school to these special children and their families, and spent her summers in Camp Simcha and Camp Simcha Special.

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Anti-Jewish And Anti-Israel School Curriculum On Verge Of Approval In California

California’s effort to write the nation’s first ethnic studies curriculum for public schools has united liberals and conservatives: They think it’s terrible.

Jewish lawmakers complained that the proposed lessons are anti-Semitic, while a conservative critic says capitalism is presented as a “form of power and oppression.” The clash comes as a law requires the state to adopt ethnic studies, which view history through the lens of diverse cultures.

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Catskills Hatzolah Host High Level State Police and First Responder Officials [VIDEO & PHOTOS]

With the summer coming to a close, and the tens of thousands of visitors back in the city, Catskills Hatzolah held an annual appreciation Dinner for local emergency personnel. Following each summer, with Catskills Hatzolah having responded to thousands of emergencies in the Catskills, Hatzolah has an annual event to show their appreciation to the local authorities for the great working relationship that exists.

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PM Netanyahu Explains Germany is Stepping Forward with Supplemental Assistance to Holocaust Survivors

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Thursday afternoon announced the German Government is going to provide supplmental assistance to Holocaust survivors.

“We have been holding contacts with the German government on giving supplemental assistance to Holocaust survivors; this is in addition to the assistance supplements that we are giving.

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