Maybe it's a stereotype, but Jewish people have always been considered smart. Not just by others but by themselves, too. We pride ourselves on making education a priority for our children. We encourage them to study, to go for the extra credit, and we imbue them with the value of...
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One of our biggest Jewish values is education. And what can be more joyful for a parent than when a child completes a certain stage of education? Graduation - whether from nursery, elementary, middle, high school or college - is indeed a proud and momentous occasion. But like so many...