Congregational Learning


Today in North America, congregational learning is where the largest number of Jewish children receive their Jewish education. Through leadership coaching, peer networks and microgrants, our work helps local clergy and education directors respond to some of the greatest challenges facing today’s learners and families. Together, we’re ensuring that Jewish learning remains relevant and meaningful in the 21st century.

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Unable to attend our Jewish Futures Conference, Pride & Prejudice? Attended, but want to review and share with others? You'll find three ways to view our video recordings.
Building on his talk at the Jewish Futures Conference, and inspired by the legacy of his teacher Elie Wiesel, author and educator Ariel Burger shares ten unique and counter-cultural suggestions for teaching with spiritual efficacy in troubled times.
Resource Guide
This Resource Guide includes articles, teaching resources, videos, and websites that have been selected in tandem with our 2019 Jewish Futures Conference 2019.

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Ellen Rank
This continuing network will bring you together with other educators for peer support and critical colleagueship. You will share and get feedback on new ideas you are developing as well as challenges you are…
Jo Kay
A network open to full-time educators (Ass’t Directors/Principals, Family Engagement Professionals, Program Directors, Camp and Youth Professionals, Full-time Teachers) other than Senior educators/directors,…
Dr. Evie Rotstein
Educators with varying degrees of experience will have the opportunity to collaborate and create new strategies for innovative models of curricular design for learning beyond the walls of the classroom. We…
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Latest News from Congregational Learning

Dec 6, 2019
David Bryfman
It is our obligation today not to hide from the tough questions and challenges that lie before us. It is our opportunity and responsibility today to engage in the necessary discussions that are critical today.