Today, there are hundreds of children enjoying a Jewish education at ORT schools across the former Soviet Union thanks to the support of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews.
The power of ORT to change lives was movingly illustrated by the keynote speaker at this week’s ORT Toronto Golden Circle gala dinner.
Insights into Israel’s educational challenges – and how World ORT’s Kadima Mada programme is addressing them – were at the top of the agenda this week when top ORT professionals from 16 countries came together to share expertise...
Just before World War II broke out, half the students and teachers of the ORT Berlin school made it to Britain, where they found refuge. The other half remained behind, hanging on for another few years.
Robert Singer says it best: "You can only be successful if you do what you want to do, not what you have to do..." by Shira Druion. Article from Jewish Life magazine, issue 48.
VIDEO+ARTICLE: Israeli high schools are now teaching students in "smart" classes using new technology to improve the country's educational methods.