News

Featured post

Dec 11, 2018
By
The Jewish Education Project
New role to begin July 1; follows extensive national search to succeed Robert Sherman
Oct 2, 2017
By
Yonah Kirschner
"Kids might not say a word but they’ll draw a picture that tells you exactly how they’re feeling," explains atelierista Sari Lipschitz.
Sep 27, 2017
By
Abby Pitkowsky
Reflecting deeply on Israel—even with all its complexities—is essential for all Jews, writes Abby Pitkowsky, our Director of Israel Education.
Sep 26, 2017
By
The Jewish Education Project
HOME | FELLOWSHIP | FELLOWS | RESEARCH PROJECT | ORIGINAL RESEARCH Teens at AJSS: JAM (Judaism. Action. Mitzvot) - American Jewish Society for Service A new national project will explore the learning and growth outcomes of teen experiences offered by...
Sep 7, 2017
By
Robert Sherman, Chief Executive Officer
"Real natural disasters are not the stuff of children’s literature," writes CEO Bob Sherman, as he struggles to find meaning from incomprehensible destruction.
Sep 6, 2017
By
Tiffany Shlain
The author, a past presenter at the Jewish Futures Conference , is an Emmy-nominated filmmaker and co-founder of Let It Ripple, a creative team that produces global days of film, discussion, and speakers around universal and important topics shaping...
Aug 30, 2017
By
The Jewish Education Project
Join a global conversation about the importance of developing and improving character.
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.