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'Adapting: The Future of Jewish Education' is a podcast hosted by The Jewish Education Project. Hear CEO David Bryfman and a different guest each episode explore the big questions, challenges, and successes that define Jewish education. Available on Apple Podcasts or Spotify!
The Jewish Education Project's newest research report, From Census to Possibilities: Designing Pathways for Jewish Learners, the first of its kind since 2008, reveals our findings on the current state of Jewish supplementary schools in North America.
This research presents innovative pathways to move the field forward. These findings are offered along with a roadmap of possibilities for part-time Jewish education where you will discover resources that contextualize the data and provide a new educational paradigm to give more learners the opportunity to be inspired and impacted by meaningful Jewish education.
The portal is a one-stop resource hub for Jewish educators all around the world! Explore resource collections, professional development opportunities, peer networks, and ways to contribute your own resources. Get connected by registering today!
Have children at home? Truvie is a fun, hands-on, online Jewish learning platform for kids ages 8-13 that lets them learn what they want, when they want, how they want. You can design your own learning adventure by choosing from an array of online classes taught by some of the best Jewish educators from around the globe, or use Truvie at-home activities from a Rosh Hashanah activity packet to Passover recipes and more!
Revolutionizing Jewish education for teens by Rabbi Carrie Vogel (eJewishPhilanthropy)
Synagogue schools: creating a sense of belonging to the Jewish people by Nancy Parkes, Ed.D., Saul Kaiserman (eJewishPhilanthropy)
- Parents still believe in part-time Jewish education. Makom Community does too. by Beverly Socher-Lerner, Terri Soifer (eJewishPhilanthropy)