The French telecom firm that just legitimized the Israel boycott BDS movement should pay a heavy price.
This is serious business: when the #BDS movement hits this level, and a large company agrees to pressure to pull out of investment in Israel (the West Bank is not the issue here). This is #Anti-Semitism. Please read the article.
Princeton is thought of as the Ivy League school where the political discourse takes place at a more genteel volume. Logan Sander reports a raucous debate over Israel divestment has changed all that.
The #BDS movement is taking hold on college campuses throughout North America. Students and parents need to be bold in asking important questions when visiting college campuses about it, see www.jewishteensblog.com
“ A new report shows that Jewish immigration to Israel from around the world rose more than 40 percent in the first three months of 2015, the UK’s Guardian reported on Sunday. A total of 6,499 Jews arrived in Israel between January and March of this year, according to an interim report by the Jewish Agency for Israel. The vast majority of immigrants came from Europe, specifically eastern Europe. 1,971 immigrants came from Ukraine to the Jewish state, the most of any country [...]”
Ninety-three teens from the Greater Orlando area, along with 11,000 Jewish teens in 80 communities across 16 countries, participated in a day of community service and improvement projects as they took part in J‑Serve, the International Day of Jewish Youth Service on April 12. This year marks the eleventh year that Jewish youth from around the wor...
J-Serve is in its 11th year and attracts teens from across the spectrum.
While BDS has gotten most of its successes with low-hanging fruit like British academic unions and pop singers, the anti-boycott efforts are getting an enthusiastic reception in real governments, on the state and federal level. And that is because the message of the BDS movement – Israel as a uniquely villainous state – is fundamentally rejected by the vast majority of Americans.
South Carolina passed a similar bill, with work, it's hopeful that all US states will as well.
One in three American teenagers have changed their behavior after looking up health information online, according to a major study on adolescents and technology released on Tuesday. Of 1,156 US teens aged 13 to 18 years old surveyed, 84 percent said they have used the Internet to seek out health information. The Internet ranked fourth as a source of health information for teenagers but was the top media source, far surpassing books, radio, newspapers or magazines in popularity.
Actress Mayim Bialik, known for her role in the current popular television situation comedy series "The Big Band Theory" as well as for being a teen actress in another TV situation comedy "Blossom," also has a parenting blog on kveller.com.
Most people might not know that in addition to all Bialik has done, she has a doctorate in neuroscience, earned in 2007.
As the media frenzy surrounding the birth of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s second child continued through Monday, Rivlin and his wife, First Lady Nechama Rivlin — grandparents of six — sent the newborn British princess a frilly pink dress that reads “From Israel With Love.” The dress also includes a heart charm and a hamsa, a Middle Eastern symbol of success and protection from evil.
Most people teaching today weren’t trained to instruct students about researching in a technologically advanced world. Many need a quick refresher course or tutoring packet on successful student research. The tips below are meant to help teachers and students get off to a good start as they embark on an inquiry adventure:
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