Issues Unresolved, Classes to Resume



    Name*
    Email*
    Message

    Atica Pop Up Shop Banner

    Issues Unresolved, Classes to Resume

    School is set to resume tomorrow, Wednesday, for Bais Rivkah grades 1-3, however the schedule will be slightly different and the problems that caused the lack of school has yet to be resolved. All of this information was sent to the parents in a letter earlier today • Full Letter

    School is set to resume tomorrow, Wednesday, for Bais Rivkah grades 1-3, however the schedule will be slightly different and the problems that caused the lack of school has yet to be resolved. All of this information was sent to the parents in a letter earlier today.

    ***

    Dear Parents,

    School will IYH resume tomorrow, Wednesday, 7 Iyar, May 3, for grades 1-3 with a modified schedule.

    The day will begin for grades 1-3 at 10:00 am and dismissal will be at 2:30 pm. The day will be divided between Hebrew and English teachers and regular lunch will be served.

    IMPORTANT DISMISSAL INFORMATION – Dismissal for all students of grades 1-3 will be on East New York Avenue at 2:30 pm. There will be no busing. Students who have permission to walk home alone will walk from that exit. Parent pickup both by car and in person will be at the East New York exit. Please be prompt as there will be no proper supervision after 2:35 pm.

    Unfortunately, the situation which led to teachers leaving the classroom is still unresolved – just as before Pesach, teachers are owed almost half a year’s salary from last year and a growing number of checks from this year. The administration of our school remains paralyzed. We have turned to Rabbonim requesting their assistance and we urge parents to do everything they can. We leave the rest in the hands of Hashem.

    We are hopeful that in the days and weeks ahead we will see our students, our daughters, flourishing again in the halls and classrooms of Bais Rivkah.

    Wishing you much continued nachas.

    Sincerely,

    Mrs. C.E. Feldman

    Mrs. D. Brawer

    228

    Tags:

    1. Arieh Lebowitz

      The rights of those who work in our community and for our community is well documented. For instance:

      anon., “Labor,” ENCYCLOPEDIA JUDAICA Vol. 10, Keter Publishing House (Jerusalem, Israel 1972)

      Ayali, Meir, “Labor and Work in the Talmud and Midrash,” [Hebrew] Yad La-Talmud (Ramat Gan, 1984)

      Baron, Salo, “Economics and Social Justice,” in “THE ECONOMIC VIEWS OF MAIMONIDES” in ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL JEWISH HISTORY, ed. Arthur Hertzberg & Leon A. Feldman, Rutgers University Press (New Brunswick, 1972)

      ——- “Free Labor,” op. cit. , pp. 248-260.

      Bazak, J., comp. JEWISH LAW AND JEWISH LIFE: SELECTED RABBINICAL RESPONSA (pp. 75, 80), Union of American Hebrew Congregations (New York, NY 1979)

      Bleich, J. David, “Organized Labor;” “Tenure,” in CONTEMPORARY HALAKHIC PROBLEMS (Vol. 1), KTAV Publishing House, Inc. / Yeshiva University Press (New York, NY 1977)

      —-“Severance Pay;” “Teachers’ Unions,” in CONTEMPORARY HALAKHIC PROBLEMS (Vol. 2), KTAV Publishing House, Inc. / Yeshiva University Press (New York, NY 1983)

      —-“Organized Labor – Survey of Recent Halakhic Periodical Literature,” in Tradition 13, no. 1 (New York, NY 1972)

      —- “Physicians’ Fees – Survey of Recent Halakhic Periodical Literature,” in Tradition 19, no. 4 (New York, NY 1981)

      —- “Physicians’ Strikes – Survey of Recent Halakhic Periodical Literature,” in Tradition 21, no. 3 (New York, NY 1984)

      —- “Rabbinic Contracts – Survey of Recent Halakhic Periodical Literature,” in Tradition 11, no. 3 (New York, NY 1970)

      —- “Severance Pay: Hired Servant or Independent Contractor – Survey of Recent Halakhic Periodical Literature,” in Tradition 17, no. 3 (New York, NY 1978)

      —- “Severance Pay,” in Jewish Law Annual 3 (1980)

      —- “Survey of Recent Halakhic Periodical Literature [particularly p. 126, Tenure on p. 129, and Employment During the Post-Nuptual Week on p. 136],” in Tradition 14, no. 4 (New York, NY 1974)

      —- “Teachers’ Unions – Survey of Recent Halakhic Periodical Literature,” in Tradition 19, no. 3 (New York, NY 1984)

      —- “Teachers’ Unions,” in Jewish Law Annual (1987)

      —- “Tenure: A Review of a Rabbinical Court Judgment,” in Jewish Law Annual 1 (1978)

      Blumenfield, Samuel M., LABOR IN THE BIBLE, Dissertation Hebrew Union College (Cincinnati 1930)

      Cronbach, Abraham, “Labor,” UNIVERSAL JEWISH ENCYCLOPEDIA (New York, NY 1939-1943)

      ———————–, “Social Thinking in the Sefer Hasidim,” in Hebrew Union College Annual 22 (1949)

      Elon, Menachem, “Ha’anakah (Severance Pay),” in ENCYCLOPEDIA JUDAICA Vol. 7, Keter Publishing (Jerusalem, Israel 1972)

      Fasman, Oscar Z., “The Attitude of the Hafetz Hayyim toward Labor,” in ISRAEL OF TOMORROW, ed. by Leo Jung, Herald Square Press, Inc. (New York, NY 1946), pp. 117-184

      Federbush, Simon, THE JEWISH CONCEPT OF LABOR, Torah Culture Department, Jewish Agency and HaPoel haMizrachi of America (New York, NY 1956)

      Fendel, Zechariah, “Employer-Employee Relations,” and “The Abusive Employer,” in THE HALACHA AND BEYOND: PROVIDING AN INSIGHT INTO THE FISCAL ETHICAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE TORAH JEW, AS WELL AS AN IN-DEPTH STUDY OF THE BITACHON CONCEPT, Hashkafah Publications (New York, NY 1983)

      Heinemann, Joseph H., “The Status of the Laborer in Jewish Law and Society in the Tannaitic Period,” in Hebrew Union College Annual 25 (1954)

      Hirsch, Richard G., “Labor – Rights and Responsibilities,” in THE WAY OF THE UPRIGHT: A JEWISH VIEW OF ECONOMIC JUSTICE, Union of American Hebrew Congregations (New York, NY 1973)

      Horowitz, George, “Hired Workers/Further Rules Favorable to the Worker,” in THE SPIRIT OF JEWISH LAW, Central Book Company (New York, NY 1963)

      Jacobs, Louis, “Strikes,” in WHAT DOES JUDAISM SAY ABOUT …? [pp. 309 – 310], Keter Publishing (Jerusalem 1973)

      Jakobovits, I., “The Right to Strike,” in STUDIES IN TORAH JUDAISM: JEWISH LAW FACES MODERN PROBLEMS, Yeshiva University Dept. of Special Publications (New York, NY 1965)

      —- “The Right to Strike – Review of Recent Halakhic Periodical Literature,” in Tradition 5, no. 2 (New York, NY 1963)

      —- “Strikes – Survey of Recent Halakhic Periodical Literature,” in Tradition 7, no. 1, 4/8 (New York, NY 1965/1966)

      —- “Workmen’s Compensation and Severance Pay – Review of Recent Halakhic Periodical Literature,” in Tradition 4, no. 2 (New York, NY 1962)

      Jung, Leo, “The Workingman,” in HUMAN RELATIONS IN JEWISH LAW, Jewish Education Press / Board of Jewish Education, Inc. (New York, NY 1967/1970) [Reprinted in BETWEEN MAN AND MAN, Jewish Education Press / Board of Jewish Education, Inc. (New York, NY 1976)]

      —–. “Labor in Jewish Law,” in BUSINESS ETHICS AND JEWISH LAW, Hebrew Publishing Company in conjunction with the Board of Jewish Education of Greater New York (New York, NY 1987)

      Katz, Mordechai, PROTECTION OF THE WEAK IN THE TALMUD, Columbia University Press (New York, NY 1925)

      Klagsbrun, Francine, “Work, Wealth and Philanthropy,” in VOICES OF WISDOM: JEWISH IDEAS AND ETHICS FOR EVERYDAY LIVING, Pantheon Books (New York, NY 1980)

      Kogan, Michael S., “Liberty and Labor in the Jewish Tradition,” in Ideas, A Journal of Contemporary Jewish Thought (Spring 1975)

      Kohler, Kaufmann, “Labor,” in Jewish Encyclopedia, vol. 7, p. 590 (New York, NY 1901-1906)

      Levine, Aaron, FREE ENTERPRISE AND JEWISH LAW: ASPECTS OF JEWISH BUSINESS ETHICS, KTAV (New York, NY 1980)

      —-, “Jewish Business Ethics in Contemporary Society,” in BUSINESS ETHICS AND JEWISH LAW, by Leo Jung, Hebrew Publishing Company in conjunction with the Board of Jewish Education of Greater New York (New York, NY 1987)

      —-, “Labor Mobility: A Halakhic View, in Gesher 5, no. 1 (1976)

      —-, “Minimum Wage Legislation – A Halakhic Perspective”, in Tradition 24, no. 1 (New York, NY 1988)

      Levinthal, Israel H., “The Attitude of Judaism Toward Labor,” in JUDAISM: AN ANALYSIS AND AN INTERPRETATION, Funk and Wagnalls (New York & London, 1935)

      —-, “The Attitude of Judaism Toward the Laborer,” in JUDAISM: AN ANALYSIS AND AN INTERPRETATION, Funk and Wagnalls (New York & London, 1935)

      Neusner, Jacob, THE ECONOMICS OF THE MISHNAH, University of Chicago Press (Chicago, IL 1990)

      Perry, Michael S., LABOR RIGHTS IN THE JEWISH TRADITION, Jewish Labor Committee (New York, NY, 1993)

      Reines, Chaim W., “Labor in Rabbinical Responsa,” in ISRAEL OF TOMORROW, ed. by Leo Jung, Herald Square Press, Inc. (New York, NY 1946)

      —-, “The Jewish Conception of Work,” in Judaism, 8 (New York, NY 1959)

      Riemer, Jack, “The Jewish view of work (Avodah), in Jewish Heritage (Summer 1962), p. 21-23

      Sacks, Eliot, “Teachers and the right to strike,” L’eylah (London: New Year 5746)

      Sacks, J[onathan?], “Halacha: Industrial Relations in Jewish Law,” in Ha-Zvi 13 (Mizrahi Journal) (London: Purim 5739)

      Schnall, David J., BY THE SWEAT OF YOUR BROW: REFLECTIONS ON WORK AND THE WORKPLACE IN CLASSICAL JEWISH THOUGHT, KTAV (New York, NY 2001)

      Shapira, Abraham, “Work,” in CONTEMPORARY JEWISH RELIGIOUS THOUGHT, by Cohen, Arthur A. and Mendes-Flohr, Paul, The Free Press (New York, 1987)

      Sicher, Gustav, “Concept of Work in the Jewish Faith,” in JEWISH STUDIES: ESSAYS IN HONOR OF G. SICHER, ed. by R. Iltis, Council of Jewish Religious Communities (Prague 1955)

      Silverman, William B., “The Dignity of Labor,” in THE SAGES SPEAK, Jason Aronson, Inc. (Northvale, NJ and London, England 1989)

      Sulzberger, Mayer, “The Status of Labor in Ancient Israel,” in Jewish Quarterly Review 13 (1922-23); reprinted separately (Philadelphia PA 1923)

      Tamari, Meir, IN THE MARKETPLACE: JEWISH BUSINESS ETHICS, Targum Press (Southfield, MI 1991)

      ——-, WITH ALL YOUR POSSESSIONS: JEWISH ETHICS AND ECONOMIC LIFE, The Free Press (New York, NY 1987)

      Vorspan, ALbert, and Eugene J. Lipman, “Labor,” in JUSTICE AND JUDAISM, Union of American Hebrew Congregations (New York, NY: 1956)

      Warhaftig, Shillem, “Labor Law,” in ENCYCLOPEDIA JUDAICA Vol. 10, Keter Publishing House (Jerusalem 1972)

      Weisfeld, Israel H., “LABOR LEGISLATION IN THE BIBLE AND TALMUD, Yeshiva University (New York, NY 1974)

      Wigoder, Geoffrey, “Labor and Labor Laws,” in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF JUDAISM [2002]

      Wolkinson, Benjamin W., “Labor and the Jewish Tradition – A Reappraisal,” in Jewish Social Studies Vol. 40 no. 3/4 (S/F 1978)

      Woll, Jonathan S., THE EMPLOYER-EMPLOYEE RELATIONSHIP IN SHULCHAN-ARUCH Dissertation Hebrew Union College (Cincinnatin, OH 1976)

      Wolsey, Louis, “The Historic Attitude of Judaism to Labor,” in CCAR Yearbook Vol. 38 (1928) [pp. 311-343]

      Zipperstein, Edward, BUSINESS ETHICS AND JEWISH LAW, KTAV (New York, NY 1987)

    2. Ch'er

      “In the hands of Hashem” = giving up on a solution/negotiations. How sad.

      Btw where are or were the Rabonim community leaders askonim etc. (personally I’ve never been & don’t think I’ll ever be a fan of either of them).

      What a shame of a story. Sad n embarrassed.

    Add Comment

    *Only proper comments will be allowed

    Related Posts:

    Issues Unresolved, Classes to Resume



      Name*
      Email*
      Message