Jewish dating traditions
Although there is no Halachic rule against attending college, the practice is highly discouraged and against Hasidic Jewish Culture.
Men are encouraged to grow up to be Torah Scholars and Rabbis, while women are envisioned to grow up good housewives.
While all schools will designate between an hour and two for social and secular studies, most of the day will pass with learning Torah and Talmud.
The Hasidic Jewish Culture bans from going to college.
The Hasidic stream was founded over 250 years ago by Rabbi Israel Baal Shem , and the Yeshivish stream by the Gr"a.
Both are very strictly observant and practice Jewish traditions of keeping isolated from the secular world.
After world war two, when hundreds of thousands of Jews immigrated to the USA, Israel and other European countries, the Hasidic and Yeshivish Rabbis tried to implement the old Shtetel life even in modern twenty first century society.
Children are encouraged to help each other and always be nice, as this can be reflected in the many charity drives lead by young kids.
Now let's try to explain the Frum Jewish Culture, Frum Jewish Traditions and Frum Jewish Customs.
Let's take each stream individually: Orthodox Jews and Yeshivish lifestyle dates back to pre - WW2 Europe.
Married women will either wear a wig or Tichel (head-scarf) to cover their hair.
The education in Hasidic and Yeshivish schools will be mostly religious.
Frum Jews will always be polite and helpful for any fellow Jew, regardless of level of observance, for this is one of the foundations of the Jewish Faith.