More Jewish day schools adjust to in-person learning in age of COVID

When Jewish independent schools started the new academic year, students had to quickly absorb new protocols in response to COVID-19. Whether it’s wearing masks or physically distancing, they’ve been quick learners...
When Jewish independent schools started the new academic year, students had to quickly absorb new protocols in response to COVID-19. Whether it’s wearing masks or physically distancing, they’ve been quick learners.

That’s one takeaway from a conversation with two heads of Jewish independent schools in the Boston area: Rebecca Lurie of Solomon Schechter Day School in Newton and Adam Fischer of the Rashi School in Dedham. Both spoke with the Jewish Journal over Zoom.



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https://jewishjournal.org/2020/11/12/more-jewish-day-schools-adjust-to-in-person-learning-in-age-of-covid/
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