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One ongoing lament among day school educators is the inability to successfully teach Hebrew language skills to the students in their schools. Ivrit be-Ivrit instruction, once commonplace in many day schools in North America and across the globe, is in use less and less frequently. Even schools that were once bastions of Hebrew language instruction are begun to despair about its effectiveness. This issue was revisited recently when the new chairman of the Jewish Agency called for Israel to devote resources to teach Hebrew to Jews around the world. This topic has been discussed on Lookjed a number of times.
Updated: Jan. 02, 2019
As the Pillar of Defense Operation goes on to stop the barrage of hundreds of deadly missiles covering Israel, Rabbi Shalom Berger of the Lookstein Center for Jewish Education, posted a special edition of the Lookjed listserv digest with a good selection of educational resources to help stay abreast of what is going on in Israel, discuss it openly with your students and offer them tools to learn about the situation and act on their knowledge.
Updated: Nov. 20, 2012