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“I’m With Him”

Rabbi Dani and Dr. Jennie Goldstein’s son, Yehuda, was born in Brooklyn with significant developmental disabilities. These remarks were delivered last year by Rabbi Goldstein at Yehuda’s bar mitzvah in Neve Daniel, Israel, where the family now lives together with Yehuda’s three siblings. Despite the personal nature of this speech we bring this edited version […]

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Rabbi Zvi Grumet’s survey on U.S. yeshiva education

ATID/WebYeshiva.org recently held a discussion evening at the Begin Center on Rabbi Dr. Zvi Grumet’s “Survey of Yeshiva High School Graduates.” It dealt with the American model of yeshiva education asking the important questions is it working and how do we know? Following the program introduction given by Rabbi Jeffrey Saks, Director, ATID, Rabbi Grumet […]

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Rachel Weber Leshaw Joins WebYeshiva

Joining the WebYeshiva.org staff for a special Talmud course is Rabbanit Rachel Weber Leshaw. Rabbanit Weber Leshaw will be teaching  Daf Yomi: One Week at a Time, which will review  the key topics of the previous week’s seven pages of daf yomi, and do a deeper analysis of one of the core issues in the […]

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Rabbi Diego Raigorodsky

Born in Israel and currently living in Brazil, Rabbi Diego Raigorodsky is one of the WebYeshiva.org Halacha Mastery Program‘s first recipients of semicha. He chose the Halacha Mastery Program due to the convenience of studying online at his own pace from the comfort of his home. “Learning through the Halacha Mastery Program was a great choice because I had the […]

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Rabbi Paul Terman

Rabbi Paul Terman is one of the WebYeshiva.org Halacha Mastery Program‘s first recipients of semicha. Born in California, he grew up in Florida and it was during his time at the University of Miami where he became increasingly interested in Jewish observance. “Jewishly I was only armed with a basic Sunday Hebrew School education, but while I was at university I […]

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