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Dec 9, 2019
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The Jewish Education Project
Over 300 Jewish educators from across North America learned tools and skills to help their students thrive in an era of rising anti-Semitism.
Dec 6, 2019
By
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.
Oct 3, 2019
By
David Bryfman
Jewish education cannot be a place sounding only alarm bells and modeling defensive posturing, writes CEO David Bryfman.
Nov 12, 2019
By
The Jewish Education Project
While schools were closed for the federal holiday this week, over 500 Jewish educators participated in an annual professional development conference for yeshiva day school professionals. Teachers and principals from 14 schools in metro New York...
Nov 4, 2019
By
The Jewish Education Project
New hire rounds out executive team during critical moment of growth
Oct 10, 2019
By
Susie Tessel
Susie Tessel, Senior Educational Consultant, writes about ways to talk about God and the divine with students of all ages and beliefs.
Sep 25, 2019
By
Abby Pitkowsky
One of the best perks of being on staff at The Jewish Education Project is the simplest; the opportunity we have to connect with so many other Jewish educators. Our work brings us in contact with a wide range of Jewish educators, whether it be in...
Sep 24, 2019
By
David Bryfman
Why is the beginning of a new year a day of remembrance, and exactly what are we supposed to be recalling on this day?
Sep 23, 2019
By
Suri Jacknis
Cantor Gustavo Gitlin has been able to model his approach to thriving by leading guided imagery exercises and other mindfulness strategies as a member of the Long Island Family Learning Network .
Aug 27, 2019
By
Bess Adler
Bess Adler, Director of New York Teen Initiatives, writes about proven ways to engage teens in creating meaningful programming.
Aug 26, 2019
By
Suri Jacknis
Rabbi Valerie Lieber