(Teaneck, NJ) The Bergen County Friends of P’TACH hosted a parenting lecture titled “ Tiger Mom vs. Jewish Mom” at the home of Elaine and Hillel Weinberger on Monday, March 4th. The speaker was Mrs. Chary Fox, nationally renown educational consultant and preschool director at the Sephardic Academy in Manhattan. She discussed the divergence in parenting between Amy Chua’s “ Tiger Mom” and the Jewish approach to teaching children. All proceeds benefited the P’TACH Scholarship Fund. P’TACH is the first organization to help children with learning differences in a Yeshiva setting and currently runs programs in Yeshiva University high School for Boys, Central, Chaim Berlin and Bais Yaakov D’Rav Meir.
To date, thousands of children have been helped by P’TACH both in their local schools and in P’TACH affiliated programs across the country, Canada and Israel. For more information call P’TACH at 718-854-8600 or visit ptach.org.