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“Kosher certification technology is a journey,” says Greenman. “As technology in general becomes more complex and nuanced, we have to stay ahead of the curve in terms of both systems and security.”
Once people were spending more time on social media, it became a no-brainer for us to be there, too . . . . We’re helping Jews engage with and share timeless Jewish wisdom.
With more than 3,000 full-time and part-time staff members worldwide, the OU is taking significant steps to make sure its current and potential employees see a future for themselves within the organization.
Community leaders are hopeful the teacher shortage problem can be solved in some way—whether through raising salaries, attracting more young people to the field or preventing burnout through professional training and giving teachers the respect they deserve.
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Sarah’s* favorite topic of conversation is why she needs a smartphone.
This is not a monolithic community, and therefore there are going to be multiple stories . . . multiple realities . . .
Just because the pandemic seems to be winding down, the economic impact is not over for everyone.
“You can’t teach chesed in a classroom. It’s hands-on learning.”
As the pandemic struck, Zoom dating became quite popular in the shidduch world, but singles have different views on whether or not it works.
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E-cigarettes have become so ubiquitous that experts say it’s unlikely an Orthodox kid won’t encounter them.
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I love teaching people before they get into trouble with money. It’s so much easier to help someone when they’re starting out and haven’t made mistakes.