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Rabbi Dr. Wallace Greene

Articles by Rabbi Dr. Wallace Greene

‘I Am Still Her Father’

Alisa Flatow HY”D, a Brandeis University honor student taking off a semester to study in Israel, started her journey to the beach in Gush Katif

Table Talk

There are several schools of thought concerning the family Shabbat table. One position is that this is primarily a learning occasion. Children and guests are

Sacred Training

It can be said that all of Jewish education is in essence sacred training inasmuch as we are preparing our children for a life of

The Dress Code

In the best of all worlds scenario, there would be one standard for how one dresses. Not regarding specific garments, but rather an understanding and

A Community of Learners

In the field of education a community of learners can be defined as a group of people who share values and beliefs and who actively

How Are We Doing?

The erstwhile mayor of New York City, Ed Koch, either because of insecurity or a genuine desire to know, would ubiquitously inquire “How’m I doin’?”

A Weighty Issue Revisited

A 1999 survey conducted by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons found that 58 percent of the orthopedists who responded reported seeing young patients complaining

Arming Our Teachers

School safety is of paramount concern for every community. Each school has the responsibility to protect students and teachers from the type of lethal craziness

Jewish Literacy

Part II It is very difficult to deal with a plague. A plague affects everyone and cannot be eradicated unless every part of the affected