Professional and Leadership Development

Summer Professional Development Series

Browse workshops offered for Day School Elementary and High School teachers each summer. 

Registration for Summer 2019 is open. View upcoming workshops!

Annual Yeshiva Day School Day of Learning

More than 700 Judaic and General Studies Day School teachers and leaders are brought together each November for an annual day of learning, professional networking, and growth.

Leadership Training Cohort (Brooklyn College)

  • The Jewish Education Project is pleased to facilitate the development of the 5th graduate cohort in School Building Leadership. View information about the program here.

  • Registration is CLOSED. Check back February 2020 to apply for the next cohort!



One of the critical ways in which our agency promotes positive educational change is by leveraging the power of our educator networks. These networks are established to respond to the needs and interests of the educators in the field and also as a means by which we, as professionals anticipating new growth opportunities in Jewish education, can move our educators to work differently where necessary and provide excellent value to learners. This year, we are leading or facilitating 49 networks across all of our key content areas.. In total, over 200 day schools participate in one or more of these professional networks.


Adaptive Leadership

In the summer of 2016, 19 leaders and lead teachers from 17 day schools participated in an institute  introducing them to the theories of Adaptive and Reflective Leadership. The theory and practice behind these research-based approaches can be learned and implemented in a complementary way to provide transformative outcomes for leadership in practice. These practices can also support the use of Design Thinking, a process used to solve complex problems where the results meet the specific needs of the end user.

Books and Resources


General Studies Professional Development

Throughout the calendar year, The Jewish Education Project facilitates professional development in Math, ELA, Science, Social Studies, and technology integration. Workshop sessions are primarily funded through Title IIA. Contact Na’ama Rosenberg for further information.