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PROVIDENCE – An all-volunteer board – consisting of Hope High School alumni from different classes – runs Hope High School Dollars for Scholars, a non-profit organization committed to helping inner city students pursue and complete their … more
CUMBERLAND – Patrons of bricks-and-mortar cinemas and their omnipresent concession stands are familiar with the “super combo” – a promotional device that features a large popcorn and beverage.  This pairing obviously capitalizes on the … more
PROVIDENCE – Jill Spohn works as an adaptive physical education teacher in Middletown. more
PROVIDENCE – For parents, back to school for their adolescents can mean many things – good and bad.  It can be the return of some order to an otherwise unstructured schedule or the return to stressful homework-filled nights and the struggle to … more
SHARON, Mass. – Lisa Shooman holds a master’s degree in occupational therapy from Columbia University and advanced certification in sensory integration and applied behavior analysis. She works in private practice as a behavioral support … more
PROVIDENCE – Many children who experience difficulty acquiring literacy skills such as reading, spelling, and writing are diagnosed with dyslexia. more
PEACEDALE – We all forget things, now and again. However, if your elementary or middle school student always seems to forget his or her homework or loses it between school and home, he or she might not be doing it on purpose. If that same child … more
NEW YORK – Jewish day schools make a difference in the lives of children, their teachers and the communities they serve, according to information from Yeshiva University Institute for University-School Partnership. more
  Olympic gold medalist leads U.S. delegation at Maccabiah opening Olympic gold medalist leads U.S.delegation at Maccabiah opening   RAMAT GAN, Israel – When swimmer Garrett Weber-Gale heard his name announced recently as … more
(JTA) – In a new study, the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life found that 89 percent of Jews say, “Abortion should be legal in all or most cases.” Compare that to 72 percent among Americans with no religious affiliation, and 63 percent … more
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