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A full-time Jewish education is a vital method to foster commitment to Jewish knowledge and values. By working with principals and forward-thinking educators to improve their leadership skills, integrate technology and measure their success, we strive to provide an excellent education – Jewish and secular – to students of all backgrounds, beliefs and abilities.

Related Resources

Resource Guide
The murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor have once again brought to the fore issues of systemic racism within this country and raised critical topics for our children/students. In our effort to support educators, families, and students, we share this collection of resources.
Livecast/Podcast
Adapting is a new weekly Livecast, Videocast, and Podcast from The Jewish Education Project with CEO David Bryfman.
Resource Guide
We’ve developed a small curated list that we found to be informative, thought-provoking, and worthy to explore. 

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Facilitator:
Elana Fertig
This continuing network will allow for Directors and Assistant Directors in Jewish Early Childhood settings to share and develop best practices in the field of Early Childhood Education. There will be a focus…
Facilitator:
Olga Markus
This network offers Russian-speaking Jewish educators and educators or program coordinators who work with Russian-speaking population a platform for professional learning and growth. Participants support each…
Facilitator:
Rabbi Dena Klein, Tamara Gropper
Facilitated by Rabbi Dena Klein and Tamara Gropper, this national network connects independent educators. Utilizing best practices in network learning, Dena and Tamara will provide a platform for idea-sharing…
10 - 12
Aug
Online Session, New York New York 10018
Please note that this workshop will be held remotely. It is open to teachers in New York City only, as it is funded by Title IIA. Administrators, paraprofessionals, and P3 providers welcome. All

Latest News from Day Schools & Yeshivas

Jun 4, 2020
By
David Bryfman
CEO David Bryfman writes about The Jewish Education Project's response to the death of George Floyd.