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Wallace Greene

Articles by Wallace Greene

Show Me The Money

It is axiomatic that if day schools were run like businesses, with only a goal of operating in the black, most day schools would close.

A Community of Chesed

I few weeks ago I visited the settlement of Gevaot in the Gush Etzion area, not far from Jerusalem. The settlement of Gevaot was founded

Teaching Rounds

It is my firm belief that principals and heads of school need to be educators and educational leaders first and foremost. They need to be

Where Did We Go Wrong?

Day school education in America is an evolving revolution. In the early 20th century there were very few schools offering limudei kodesh and general studies.

Take a Knee

The appalling spectacle of professional athletes taking a knee during the playing of the National Anthem is both revolting and disingenuous. It also sends the

Erev Rosh Hashanah Thoughts

The sounds of the shofar pierce the early-morning hours in shuls around the world this month. It is a clarion call to action. A wake-up

My 50th College Reunion

I spent 20 years on the Yeshiva University campus. I entered what was then MTA in 1958, graduated Yeshiva College in 1966, received semikha in

Do Young Children Belong in Shul?

A recent article on Huffington Post by a rabbi, a blog by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg and some exchanges on Facebook have re-opened the discussion about

Ma’aseh Avot Siman LeBanim

I have always felt very strongly that Judaism is caught more than it is taught. Children learn very early on what is important by the