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Teachers and principals from across North America joined for a two-day educational conference in Piscataway, NJ hosted by Chabad's Educational Office – Merkos Chinuch. Photos

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hey!!!!!!!!!!!
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hey!!!!!!!!!!!

hey chekk out the 2 toronotonians

hey
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hey

I see only one teacher from toronto

frankel
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frankel

manis frankel you rock

Curious
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Curious

Only one teacher from Lubavitch Yeshiva what happened to everyone else. Couldn’t take extra time off their summer vacation

to "Curious"
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to "Curious"

Most teachers’ “vacation” equals a second job, and since no one reimburses them for their time or expenses, the chinuch conference is, unfortunately, not an option.

It would be nice, no, it should be mandatory for all of the yeshivas to pay for all teachers and rebbeim to attend these conferences and support continuing education for our educators. Oh, but that would mean that the community, including parents and philanthropists and administrations would put the chinuch of our children before other things…..

shluchim and mechanchim
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shluchim and mechanchim

alot of people want to go out on shlichus and be the new “slickster” i look at some of these boys some of them i know personally

and i look at all their faces hardworking and committed real responsibilities and real questions doing real shlichus not just choosing a nice tie and greasing people

we are proud of you

Rabbi Witkes
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Rabbi Witkes

From all my teachers that I had I remember Rabbi Witkes, he taught us lots of chasidishe inyonim, I hope the kids in NJ appreciate him

to #5
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to #5

While it would be nice for ALL of us to have professional development paid for, no matter what field we are in, and I think it should be a high priority for teachers to have been at this conference. They don’t mind paying to attend the Kinnus Hashluchim which has a huge social and huge ego aspect to it as well, which this conference does not. As one who pays plenty much for tuition (more than most others), all of our children deserve to have teachers who value training and personal growth.

Torah umesora
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Torah umesora

I look at the pictures here and its shocking to see how many “educators” are here I do not see any off the “BIG” rosh yeshiva or rosh mesvita here out of all the chabad schools this all you can put togather I must come to concluson like so many others in the community that if they were really intrested in the chinuch of our kids you would improve themself I see rabbis in white beards who joined the confrence because you can never learn to much . look at the torah umesora convention and lern from them A loving… Read more »

hey!
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hey!

that eli simon there

go Mendy Nagel!
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go Mendy Nagel!

Keep it up!
-from a good friend

Point to Pittsburgh
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Point to Pittsburgh

its worth noting that Pittsburgh was generously represented at this gathering
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Thats just one of the many indications of the high standards at Yeshiva Schools Pittsburgh.

Kudos to Rabbi Yossi Rosenblum for his enduring commitment.

Goooo go
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Goooo go

go Chaim Dovid!!!!!!
good luck!!!

Pittsburgh
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Pittsburgh

Practically every picture had a pittsburgher in it

Way to go Yeshiva Schools

most importnat thing!!!!!!!!!!`
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most importnat thing!!!!!!!!!!`

These guys hold our future in their hands… it’s one of the most important kinusim around, I hope real business and real training gets done there…. not just fun meetings and talk….

lll
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lll

shaya lookin good

Ormond Beach Rabbi Shloime
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Ormond Beach Rabbi Shloime

We hear your students love you and missed you while you were away! Keep up all your hard work.

your student
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your student

hey Rabbi brand!!!!!

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