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Dec 9, 2019
By
The Jewish Education Project
Over 300 Jewish educators from across North America learned tools and skills to help their students thrive in an era of rising anti-Semitism.
Nov 30, 2018
By
Gabriel Weinstein
Just like the Hanukkah candles, Jewish education increases the holiness in our world.
Nov 13, 2018
By
The Jewish Education Project
The two conferences featured 34 different speakers who spoke on topics ranging from data driven instruction in Judaic Studies to workshops on understanding dyslexia.
Nov 12, 2018
By
Gabriel Weinstein, Project Manager, Digital Content and Communications
“The best part about EdTech are the surprises that come down the line,” explains Miri Rubin of The Ramaz School in this month's Educator Spotlight.
Oct 31, 2018
By
Gabriel Weinstein, Project Manager, Digital Content and Communications
After the shooting in a Pittsburgh synagogue, many Jewish educators around the country were confronted with unsettling questions. Among them: What do I tell my students tomorrow?'
Oct 26, 2018
By
Sara Seligson
$4 million in new funds are available to help our children thrive, writes Sara Seligson, Managing Director of Day Schools & Yeshivot -- but only if we plan properly.
Oct 25, 2018
The Jewish Education Project, is sending kosher supervisors to the South Pacific to provide U.S. government-subsidized tuna for approximately 50,000 Jewish students from low income families.
Oct 24, 2018
By
Na’ama Rosenberg, Project Manager, Day Schools and Yeshivot
Teaching students is about understanding them, their learning needs and interests.
Oct 16, 2018
By
Gabriel Weinstein, Project Manager, Digital Content and Communications
"Learning now is entirely driven by students, it is an interactive experience," Tziri Lamm of Yeshiva of Flatbush explains in this month's Educator Spotlight.
Oct 4, 2018
By
Abby Pitkowsky
Our teens – and their educators -- are eager to delve into complex issues about Israel, writes Abby Pitkowsky, Director of Israel Education for The Jewish Education Project. Where do we begin?
Sep 18, 2018
By
Malka Fleischmann
"When the image of someone we once cherished is distorted or discolored, we have to give it more time to develop and widen our heart’s aperture," writes Malka Fleischmann as she coaches us through the difficult act of forgiveness.