Mar 20, 2020
I have a terrible sense of time. I always have. I used to think that anything could be done in 5 minutes. I was wrong. I have worked hard throughout my adult life to curb that natural instinct and deepen my appreciation for the nature of time...
Mar 18, 2020
Learn some of the creative ways schools have utilized digital tools to engage and create community among their students and families.
Mar 9, 2020
I’d love to share some thoughts on Purim and how it connects to The Jewish Education Project’s innovative work today. But first, we must pause to take stock of the challenging moment we all face. The unprecedented concerns about Coronavirus are a...
Mar 6, 2020
It feels completely reasonable to me that, along with the rise in anti-Semitism, there would be a rise in fear and anxiety. I get it. But something ought to change about our response. A friend of mine once pointed out a kind of mental exercise she...
Feb 21, 2020
Meet the 2020 recipients of the Robert M. Sherman Young Pioneers Award.
Jan 7, 2020
Learn about The Jewish Education Project's 2020 Citywide Spelling Bee.
Dec 9, 2019
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
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.
Nov 12, 2019
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
New hire rounds out executive team during critical moment of growth