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Legal Issue Affirms Rights of Rabbi, Batei Din to Enforce Religious Law
Agudath Israel Reacts to Israeli Cabinet Decision To Freeze Kotel Plan
Agudath Israel Hails High Court Ruling Rejecting Discrimination Against Religious Schools
VIDEOS: #AgudahLive – Technology and Its Impact on Relationships

All #AgudahLives episodes below — Technology influences nearly every facet of our lives and children today are placed in a digital playground, often without instructions and supervision. The Digital Citizenship Project was designed to empower parents, teachers and students to maximize the benefits of technology by understanding and avoiding its inherent dangers. Read More

Agudah’s Bnos One on One Program Celebrates Its Eighth Fantastic Year

Now in its eighth year, the Bnos One-on-One Big Sister Little Sister Program has positively impacted girls nationwide.  The highly acclaimed program, operated by Agudath Israel of America is sponsored by The Center for Jewish Family Life.  Founded in 2009, its mission is to build greater resiliency in young adolescents Read More

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Jun 23, 2017

What does the 2017 New York State budget mean for day school tuition? With hundreds of millions of dollars allocated for nonpublic schools (see full report here), will that mean that private school tuition will go down in New York? That’s one of the questions addressed by Rabbi Yeruchim Silber Read More

Agudath Israel government team thanks New York State legislators for significant accomplishments
This Thursday June 29th: Should Every School Serve Everyone?

“Discrimination” has a terrible connotation – excluding or treating people differently for ultimately superficial reasons – and fear that choice programs would allow schools to discriminate in admissions has been widespread. But is “discrimination” always and inescapably wrong? Could it reflect a school’s capabilities or sense of mission? Join the Read More

Security Funding in NJ: An interview with Rabbi Avi Schnall

“All children deserve to be secure safe and secure,” says Agudath Israel’s New Jersey director, Rabbi Avi Schnall.  New Jersey currently has an opportunity to provide equitable security funding for all students, including those attending nonpublic schools, but elected officials need to hear from their constituents. To read Rabbi Schnall’s Read More

Agudath Israel Executive Vice President Commends U.S. Ambassador Nikki R. Haley