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When a school in a tiny Tennessee town decided to remember the victims of the Shoah

Posted by on 4/12/2018 to Holocaust
Today is Yom Hashoah, a day commemorating those who perished in the Holocaust and honoring those who survivedToday’s news sites carried a story about a recent survey commissioned by the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against GermanyAccording to the study, 41 percent of Americans —-and 66 percent of millennials—- did not know what Auschwitz was.

Six Inspiring Stories Celebrating Immigration

Posted by Kar-Ben Editors on 9/14/2017 to Jewish Values
Moving from a familiar place to a new one in the hopes of a different life can be a difficult concept for children to understand. 

A MODEL OF LEARNING: Drop by Drop: A Story of Rabbi Akiva

Posted by by Jacqueline Jules on 7/31/2017 to Meet a Kar-Ben Author
To read, the mind must make meaning from symbols. The letter “A” represents a particular sound. That sound combines with other sounds to become a word. The process is not easy, and for many children, reading must be broken down into discrete parts before it can be mastered.
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