Tzachie Shalev

Tzachie Shalev is an experienced formal and informal educator. After studies at Queens College, Yeshivat Kerem B'Yavneh, New York University School of Law, and a stint as a Meorot Fellow at Yeshivat Chovevei Torah, Tzachie has been active in lay leadership in the Jewish community. In recent years he has held the position of director of the Hunter College Hillel, editor of The Marcos & Adina Katz, rabbinic assistant at Congregation Chisuk Emunah of Harrisburg, Pennsylvani, and has taught at Central Hebrew High School of MetroWest, New Jersey, and at Kehilat Orach Eliezer in New York. Tzachie specializes in teaching historical, biblical, and Talmudic texts in a fresh, open, and engaging style.

2007-2008 classes:

Fall Electives:

First Period:

Beit Midrash Katan

Second Period:

Tenth Grade: Medieval Jewish Civilization

Third Period:

Ninth Grade: Rabbinic Civilization

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