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Jun 4, 2020
By
David Bryfman
CEO David Bryfman writes about The Jewish Education Project's response to the death of George Floyd.
Aug 25, 2017
By
Yonah Kirschner
Start the year off by experimenting with these up-and-coming EdTech tools.
Aug 7, 2017
By
Jessica Braginsky and Mindy Gold
A Brooklyn synagogue realizes that their students were connecting to each other and the world through technology -- and that to stay relevant, they needed to retool.
Aug 2, 2017
By
Adam Simon
Stressed about summer ending? Here’s how to see the glass as half-full -- or greater, writes Adam Simon.
Aug 2, 2017
By
Yonah Kirschner
Can a 3-year-old learn Jewish values at Dunkin’ Donuts? Probably, explains synagogue early childhood educator Katie Shea.
Aug 1, 2017
By
David Bryfman, Chief Innovation Officer
While signaling a new way of Jewish life, Jonathan Woocher never dismissed the old.
Jul 31, 2017
By
Eliana Appel and Antonia Canosa
How do you summarize a person's entire life without offending them? High school students Eliana and Antonia reflect on their summer of sharing seniors' stories.
Jul 11, 2017
By
Yonah Kirschner
How do we help our students understand the meaning of baseless hatred and how to prevent it?
Jul 7, 2017
By
The Jewish Education Project
One would be hard pressed to find an educational institution whose work was not advanced, let alone improved, by Jon Woocher's visionary leadership.
Jun 22, 2017
By
Susan Holzman Wachsstock
The Jewish camping and education world is abuzz with stories about Ben Platt, his connection to Camp Ramah and his personal sense of Jewish Pride. He is an example of our educational North Star – but why?
Jun 16, 2017
By
The Jewish Education Project
Today’s teens demand authenticity, and by extension, a complex presentation of the real life issues facing Israel.