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Correspondence

The Purpose of Educational Institutions
The Rebbe advises a young woman regarding where she should pursue her higher education.
Letter No. 972:
Letter No. 1000:
Letter No. 730:
While one may think morality need not be divinely inspired, history demonstrates, however, that separation between G-d and morality be catastrophic.
If the role of education is to civilize the human being, and if civilization is the subordination of the individual will to a higher authority, can there be such a thing as a wholly "secular" education?
This is an area where girls can spread the idea more easily among their friends, and accomplish more even than grownups. I trust that you have been very active in this direction, as well as your friends.
A letter to a newly established synagogue in suburban New York
Creating a Children's
Chabad’s children’s organization is called Tzivos Hashem, “Army of G‑d.” Isn’t this glorifying militarism and war?
Is the purpose of Torah education merely to increase the child’s knowledge, or is character training also vitally needed?
Why Conventional Methods Will Not Work for Jewish Education
“As soon as a child begins to speak, his father must begin to teach him…” This fundamental concept that our sage’s have taught is the essence of Jewish Torah education. Every child must be given full attention as early as possible.
What is the most essential education and how important is college?
In all matters of Torah and Mitzvos, Hashem grants us the abilities and energy to do it.
G‑d’s love towards every single one of the Jewish people is greater than the love of parents to their only child
Advancing academically is in the students’ own hands; this will bring joy and fulfillment.
Pay Attention to Your Children
As when planting seeds to grow a tree, precision and care must be taken when educating even the youngest child. If the seed and the little tree are properly nurtured, we can be sure to later reap the benefits of good fruit.
The importance of children’s education from the earliest stages of their development has become unanimously agreed upon. Their early Jewish education is of no less importance.
A Jewish Educational Foundation
The Rebbe responds to a student who asked if he should transfer to a academy of higher Jewish learning.
Medical advice to a young educator
Educator's Wish to Leave Community
With regard to your question whether it would be advisable for you to move to another place
Prayer in Public Schools and Separation of Church and State
Letter No. 888:
Letter No. 993:
Letter No. 337:
Letter No. 553:
Letter No. 940:
Letter No. 982:
The Federations' Commitment to Jewish Education
Paying lip-service to Jewish education, or even initiating another research project and the like, does not minimize the disregard and insensitivity towards something that is vitally important to the survival of our people...
Letter No. 153:
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