Prager U: What Did Your Parents Most Want You to Be?

by Jason Fertig

Prager U has a tagline of “we teach what isn’t taught.”  This latest course by Rabbi Joseph Telushkin is exhibit A in that regard. 

Many students are concerned about doing well in school in order to land a good job, but what happens once they land that job?  Is there a better, higher order goal to chase?  How about being a good person.  Listen to Rabbi Telushkin as he further elaborates:

 

 

(Best-selling author, columnist, and nationally syndicated radio host Dennis Prager created Prager University to counter the indoctrination, drivel, and apathy that pervades today’s college campuses.  With 5-minute, professionally produced videos from experts in economics, history, political science, and religion, PragerU offers big ideas on big topics, 5 minutes at a time.)