They continue pointing fingers. Solutions? You can dream of. To the machers in the agency, open you eyes! You do not represent me. Jewish education in the US is expensive; most of us cannot afford it. When my children were little I wanted to enroll them in a Jewish day school. As mid income earner I did not qualify for scholarships but the height tuition was impossible. I have am idea for the executives in the agency, you can volunteer for a pay reduction and that money can be used as scholarships to enable Jewish children to attend Jewish day schools. This will be more productive then finger pointing.
Neurologist and author Oliver Sacks dies at 82 (Haaretz)
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