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MEDIA STATEMENT: Teach PA Congratulates Pennsylvania House Speaker Mike Turzai, 2018 School Choice Champion

January 25, 2018, by

Media Statement: January 25, 2018 LANCASTER, PA: Teach Advocacy Network, a nonpartisan organization advocating for government funding in nonpublic schools, is pleased to congratulate Pennsylvania House Speaker Mike Turzai, the Council on American Private Education’s school choice champion in Pennsylvania. Teach PA, a project of the Orthodox Union and a member of PA CAPE, released […]

Teach NYS Applauds Governor Andrew M. Cuomo for Supporting STEM Education in 2018 Executive Budget Proposal

January 25, 2018, by

Despite challenges faced this budget season, Governor Cuomo’s proposal would replenish STEM instructional funding in all schools through 2019 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ALBANY, NY – January 25, 2018: Teach NYS, a nonpartisan project of the Orthodox Union advocating for government funding in nonpublic schools, is applauding Governor Andrew M. Cuomo for his ongoing investment in […]

Teach PA Hosts Event to Tackle Tuition Crisis in Nonpublic Schools

January 19, 2018, by

BALA CYNWYD, PA – January 18, 2018: Teach Advocacy Network, a nonpartisan organization advocating for government funding in nonpublic schools, held an event last night at Lower Merion Synagogue in Bala Cynwyd, PA, as part of its “Tackling the Tuition Crisis” speaking tour. The event was organized by Teach PA – the Pennsylvania division of […]

Teach NYS Response to Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s 2018 Executive Budget

January 17, 2018, by

Teach NYS, a project of the Orthodox Union, responded to Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s 2018 executive budget proposal unveiled this afternoon. Teach Advocacy Network Executive Director Maury Litwack said: “In this difficult budgetary climate we are thankful for the Governor’s leadership. We appreciate the proposed funding included in the 2018 budget and the Governor’s recognition […]

Mendel Balk Yachad Adult Community Center Having Positive Impact on NJ Area Communities

January 11, 2018, by

The Mendel Balk Yachad Adult Community Center just opened its doors in Teaneck, NJ last year, and is already having a positive impact on area communities. This new facility for adults with disabilities has attracted many, including Sara Gdanski, a former student at the Frisch School in Paramus, NJ. Her enthusiasm for the Center spurred […]

NJ NCSY & JSU Leasdership Training Missions Educate & Inspire Volunteerism

January 11, 2018, by

NJ NCSY & JSU Leasdership Training Missions Educate & Inspire Volunteerism Livingston, NJ, JAN XX 2018 — For the past two years, Livingston teens have been among the many participating in exhilarating programs offered by the National Council of Synagogue Youth (NCSY) in conjunction with the Jewish Student Union (JSU) – Leadership Training Missions. These […]

My Experience at Yarchei Kallah

January 4, 2018, by

My Experience at Yarchei Kallah By Daniella Abekassis, Hewlett High School, 12th grade This past winter break I experienced the unbelievable power we all have to find meaning and create connection in our lives. Instead of sitting on the beach, this winter break I, along with 380 other Public school teens from all over America, […]

Orthodox Union Welcomes FEMA Ending its Policy Discriminating Against Synagogues, Other Houses of Worship re: Disaster Aid

January 3, 2018, by

Today, the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, the nation’s largest Orthodox Jewish umbrella organization, welcomed the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) issuing new policy guidance ending its policy of discrimination against disaster-damaged synagogues, churches and other houses of worship seeking FEMA assistance. The change, included in the federal agency’s latest policy guide released on January […]