Teams from World ORT’s schools in the Former Soviet Union dominated this year’s international Robotraffic competition at the Technion.
ORT Mexico’s reputation as a game-changer in the country’s education sector has been reinforced by two significant events in recent weeks: the opening of its own university and the staging of its eighth International Congress of...
Lithuanian Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevicius has led wellwishers at the formal opening of the ORT Vilnius Sholom Aleichem Gymnasium’s new premises.
The BBC has broadcast a poignant programme describing the extraordinary story of Franz Nebel z”l, a former ORT student who died in London in 2010.
Concerted, effective steps are needed to counter the instigators, supporters and perpetrators of Islamist terrorism, World ORT called today in a letter to Dr Roger Cukierman, the President of CRiF, the umbrella organisation of...
Staff at ORT South Africa lit candles and shared their feelings in a moment of mutual support, a microcosm of the mourning and shock that has swept the country on the news of Nelson Mandela’s death.
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.