Peas in a Pod: Collaboration: All the Rage in the Nonprofit World, But is it Right for Everybody? By Robert Evans The news that three historically prominent suburban Philadelphia synagogues - two Conservative and one Reform - planned to combine their religious schools into a … [Read more...] about Collaboration: All the Rage in the Nonprofit World, But is it Right for Everybody?
Archives for December 2014
By Dr. Gil Graff As a graduate student in the field of educational administration in the 1980s, I was introduced to Public Law 94-142. This (at that time) relatively new legislation called for an Individualized Education Program (IEP) for qualifying students. An IEP was … [Read more...] about Individual Education Plans and Jewish Education
In case you missed any, here - based on site analytics, and in alphabetical order - are our Top Ten posts from 2014: A Millennial Speaks By Rachel Cort As a formerly unengaged Millennial, who was inspired to build Jewish experiences for people like me, I’m writing not s … [Read more...] about The Best of The Year: 2014
Judaism, and creating “meaningful Jewish experiences” is not about commercializing a product to attract the next generation. It’s about being true to our culture, highlighting the best of who we are, and widening the circle to make it known. By Laura Conrad Mandel Until this … [Read more...] about Real Partnerships Bring Good Things to Light
By Mordechai Haimovitch This was meant to be an answer to a Zionist Homeland, an alternative to Uganda. 652,000 square kilometers of frozen soil in the remote province of Saskatchewan, Canada, awaited the mass migration of Jews who wanted to flee from the pogroms of the last … [Read more...] about A Journey to Saskatchewan’s Jewish Past