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At The Jewish Education Project, we believe in the power and possibility of a great Jewish education. Our mission is to spark and spread innovations that expand the reach and increase the impact of Jewish education.

Celebrate Innovation in Jewish Education


Join us on Monday, May 9th at 6:30 PM when we honor Louise Chazen Banon and Dr. Mark Ramer, thank Rabbi Dr. Marty Schloss, and introduce our five Young Pioneers Award recipients.


DigitalJLearning
Launches Ask DJLN

Have you ever had a question about ‪blended learning‬ or educational technology? If you are a Jewish educator looking for answers about integrating technology into the classroom, you can now go to Ask DJLN. You can email, call or tweet at us using the hashtag #‎AskDJLN‬!

 

FindYourSummer
.org

We are excited to announce a new website where Jewish teens can discover summer experiences as unique as they are. Find your summer today and spread the word!
FindYourSummer.org is jointly funded by UJA-Federation of New York and the Jim Joseph Foundation and operated by The Jewish Education Project.

UPCOMING EVENTS

05/09/2016 (All day) - 05/12/2016 (All day)
05/09/2016 - 10:00am - 12:00pm
05/11/2016 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm
05/23/2016 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm
05/24/2016 - 8:30am - 05/25/2016 - 3:30pm

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Recent Blogs

Lessons from Transforming our Hebrew School

Three not-so-simple ways to create domestic harmony

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At The Jewish Education Project, we believe in the power and possibility of a great Jewish education. We work with educators, clergy, principals, and volunteers to create outstanding Jewish experiences for 160,000 children, teens and families in 800 programs in Westchester, Long Island, and New York City. We help educators develop new ideas, build strong networks, and nurture necessary skills. Together, we spark and spread innovations that expand the reach and increase the impact of Jewish education, so that more people experience the wisdom and joy of Judaism.