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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.

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Latest News from Day Schools & Yeshivas

May 28, 2020
David Bryfman
Tonight we mark the end of the counting of the 49 days of the Omer, the time between Passover and Shavuot. Today is also the 84th day since I last stepped into The Jewish Education Project’s office. The New York Times this past weekend informed us...