Activism begins inside.
It’s a feeling, a belief, an insistence that the solutions to the problems we face do not come from waiting for others to lead, but from within each one of us in our own way.
In this pilot episode of Advocacy In Action meet Teach Coalition activists from around NY who are united in their commitment to ensure an affordable, quality education for our children.
Join Teach Executive Director Maury Litwack as he meets with Daniel Shamah, a volunteer board member from Westchester. Take a tour or Yeshiva Ohavei Torah in Riverdale and watch Rabbi Yaakov Tesser describe the new security fence.
Walk through a snowy Riverside Park with Brigitte Dayan as she talks about the difference STEM funding is making at Manhattan Day School.
Avi Mayer, a young businessman from Williamsburg, shares his passion for ensuring that all children get the educational resources they need to thrive.
End the day with Avi Lesches of Gan Academy of Crown Heights and learn how new schools are using funding to create environments that work for individual students.
Teach Coalition, a project of the Orthodox Union, advocates for nonpublic school funding and resources.
Our grassroots movement has helped grow vital government aid to yeshivas and day schools by over $1 billion.
Join 36,000 community activists who are enabling affordable Jewish education in the USA!
Learn More: www.teachcoalition.org