Tuesday, April 21, 2009


Why I didn't know this before now is an excellent question, but let it be made clear: Sometimes Stern makes absolutely awful decisions when determining whom to let go from their school or faculty. It is a shame and an outrage that the one woman in this school who is more learned than all the others, who knows how to teach Torah in a clear and systematic way, who fascinates, captivates and otherwise offers others the thrill of truly learning should not be rehired. This one woman taught me more Torah than all my other Judaic studies teachers combined, and in their idiocy, the administration did not realize that they had possession of a gem, and they allowed her to slip through their fingers. They should have fired other people on the Judaic studies faculty before letting her go!


Anonymous said...

I'm so sorry that you feel this way
but if i may say this as some concolement i believe it seems to me that if it is so that this woman was that truly brilliant it is now her job i would like to say to continue to carry that passion and devotion regardless of what may seem to occur
Chana it is my hope you never let the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game and you carry on in whatever happens in the near future

Stern student said...

What can possibly be done about this?

Lisa said...

Can I ask who this is?

Anonymous said...

Lisa who are you asking about i wonder in any case have a good night and wishing everyone the best tc tlbb

Ben Rosenfeld

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