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After grappling with the possibility of an anti-Israel teacher-training course being offered in their school district, a group of Jewish students outside of Chicago form a new club to demonstrate pride in their heritage and identity.
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Niles Township stated that the lesson wasn’t developed by the district, and that “the district was never going to provide continuing education credits or lane advancement credit for the course.”
The lesson, according to the course description obtained by JNS, “brings together critical educators who want to teach about Palestine and the Palestine liberation struggle.”
(JTA) — About 50 people from the Islamic Center of Naperville, Illinois gathered in front of a local synagogue to show support a week after th…
The move by Texas is the first action taken by the state under its 2017 law that prohibits state agencies from investing in companies that boycott Israel.
Only days after being sworn into the Illinois House of Representatives on Sunday, Rabbi Yehiel Kalish paid a visit to Israel. The father of s…
An Orthodox rabbi was appointed to serve in the Illinois State Legislature.
(JTA) — J.B. Pritzker’s great-grandfather slept in a train station on his first night in Chicago. Now his billionaire descendant is about to b…
The Illinois state body that sets investment policy gave Airbnb 90 days to explain why it will not list properties in West Bank settlements.