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Apr 2, 2019
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The Jewish Education Project
The Jewish Education Project is expanding its Jewish education and engagement efforts through a grant from the Jim Joseph Foundation that will build its capacity, while also bringing on two new C-Suite hires.
Mar 28, 2018
By
Yonah Kirschner
Go behind the scenes of a unique learning model with the Head of School at Yeshivat He'Atid.
Mar 9, 2018
By
Tatyana Dvorkin
Hear from teachers who tried out game based learning in their classrooms.
Mar 5, 2018
By
Jonathan Meyer
When a research project in Africa got complicated, Jonathan Meyer, Director of School Food Services for The Jewish Education Project, was forced to rethink the meaning of freedom.
Mar 1, 2018
By
Dr. Betsy Stone
So much has changed in the word of bullying since the Mean Girls' debut in 2004.
Jan 30, 2018
By
Rebecca Ruberg and Keryn Price
Learn about our new all-in-one tool designed to help teens find an exciting summer experience, without feeling overwhelmed.
Jan 24, 2018
By
The Jewish Education Project
6 Finalists move on to the NY Daily News Bee Fourteen middle schools participated in The Jewish Education Project’s Spelling Bee, recognized by the Scripps National Spelling Bee – the largest official spelling competition for Sabbath-observant...
Jan 12, 2018
By
Tatyana Dvorkin
Don't miss these exciting conferences and other EdTech learning opportunities in 2018.
Jan 4, 2018
By
Daniel Rose
When Rabbi Heschel returned from marching shoulder to shoulder with MLK in Selma he reflected that “When I marched in Selma, I felt my legs were praying.” But what did Heschel really mean?
Jan 3, 2018
By
The Jewish Education Project
$2.1 Million Jim Joseph Foundation grant charts new course for senior teen engagement professionals
Dec 19, 2017
By
Yonah Kirschner
Jenny Kritchevski shares how her work with The Jewish Education Project's Tech for Learning Initiative is helping her support teachers in integrating technology and meet the needs of every student.