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Jun 4, 2020
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David Bryfman
CEO David Bryfman writes about The Jewish Education Project's response to the death of George Floyd.
Mar 31, 2020
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Rochel Itzkowitz
Rochel Itzkowitz, a writer for Fresh Ink For Teens, writes about her experience during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Mar 31, 2020
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David Bryfman
Triple your impact during The Jewish Education Project's 72-hour matching gift campaign.
Mar 30, 2020
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Dina Newman
Dina Newman, YPA '20, reflects on being a recipient of the 2020 Robert M. Sherman Young Pioneers Award.
Mar 30, 2020
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Julie Levey
Julie Levey, a high school senior, writes about how Passover will be different this year because of the Coronavirus.
Mar 27, 2020
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Malka Fleischmann
Last Friday, when my family’s WhatsApp chat was abuzz with updates about our working and learning from home, we decided to take advantage of this very strange moment of confinement. My brother, a teacher and the Director of Technology at his...
Mar 25, 2020
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David Bryfman
CEO David Bryfman writes about how even in a time of crisis, The Jewish Education Project is building for a strong stuture.
Mar 20, 2020
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Judith Talesnick
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
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Shariee Calderone
Learn some of the creative ways schools have utilized digital tools to engage and create community among their students and families.
Mar 9, 2020
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David Bryfman
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
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Hillary Gardenswartz
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...