April 29, 2010 5:51 pm at 5:51 pm #683888
another test, i hope the moderator is asleep lol
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There is also older stuff on this over here:April 29, 2010 6:00 pm at 6:00 pm #683889WolfishMusingsParticipant
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The WolfApril 29, 2010 6:12 pm at 6:12 pm #683890
all chinease to me,
i wouldn’t know where to startApril 29, 2010 6:16 pm at 6:16 pm #683891YW Moderator-80Member
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You can’t do much more than italics, bold, and blue font. See the links posted in the threads suggested to you earlierApril 29, 2010 6:24 pm at 6:24 pm #683892
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You got it. Please continue your experiments in the thread provided to you a few posts back here.April 29, 2010 6:28 pm at 6:28 pm #683893WolfishMusingsParticipant
maybe that’s another solution have the state build a public school, where we’ll send our kids, have them pay the full cost, and we will rent the building for a few hours a day for anything we want, which will happen to be religious studies.
Three questions about this proposed scenario — provided it’s even legal:
1. Many parents send their kids to yeshiva not just to receive a Torah education but also to not have their kids subjected to outside influences. Sending them to a public school such as you proposed undermines that since you can’t have a public school for Orthodox Jews only. How are you going to address the concerns of parents to send their kids there?
2. What are you going to do when a Jewish kid decides he doesn’t want to go to the after-school Jewish education. By law he can’t be forced to go.
3. What are you going to do when a non-Jewish kid wants to join in? If it’s on public school grounds, I’m almost positive that you’d have to accept him.
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