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By: Sharon Eretz

Nearly a year ago, I set off on a virtual journey into the past as I worked to create a course on Ancient J

By: John Englander

 

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By: Storie Walsh

Abstract: At VHS Learning our vision is to prepare students to be successful in college, careers, and life, and that vision is best supported by building bridges, sharing resources, expanding l

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By: Stacey Young

Earlier this month, I had the wonderful opportunity to attend the CS for All Summit in Detroit, Michigan.

By: Lauren Dolinka

This year, our school decided to enroll all 8th grade students in an online Introduction to Jewish History course through the Online Judaic Studies Consortium.

By: Stacy Young

VHS Learning is excited to be partnering with Nanjing No13 school in China in an international blended classroom.

By: Lisa Micley

During the past year, I have had two opportunities to teach a Judaic studies course online.

By: Deborah Feigenson

As a 6th-grade teacher who grew up just before the internet took over society, I have often felt like an immigrant in the land of digital natives.

By: Rabbi Hyiam Reiffman

My wife, Carolyn, recently returned from a trip as an advisor for the  Denver Academy of Torah (DAT) High School’s delegation at Yeshiva University's Model UN program.

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