The coronavirus outbreak forced the closure of yeshivos worldwide. Torah must go on, and the ones who are most vulnerable are high school bochurim, who are much more dependent on their rebbeim, friends, and yeshiva for their learning.
Hear the different approaches being used to connect everyone together while being physically separated, and the challenges of each system.
- Rabbi Chanoch Posy, Yeshiva Torah Temimah – Brooklyn
- Rabbi Dovid Komet, Yeshiva Heichal HaTorah – Teaneck
- Daniel, a bochur in Peekskil
- Aryeh, a bochur in New York
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