By Susie Wexler, Nancy Manewith, Leanne Nathan, and Cherene Radis In a large metro area that offers families with young children many early childhood educational options, is collaboration among preschool directors possible? Can the leaders of these early childhood … [Read more...] about Can Competitors Become Collaborators? These Chicago Educators are Proof They Can!
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By David Lewis and Rachel Margolis Something significant happened in Los Angeles on June 11th. The Union for Reform Judaism (URJ), and Builders of Jewish Education - Los Angeles partnered to create a cross-denominational day of learning on transforming religious school … [Read more...] about Ascending the Mountain of Innovation to Plant a Flag for a Thriving Religious School Education
By Carolyn Linder Visitors to Pittsburgh are often surprised to discover that our city is bursting with bridges, a total of 446 to be exact. We are officially the city with the most bridges in the world, with even more than Venice, Italy. For many residents, the bridges … [Read more...] about The Growth of Jewish Early Childhood Education in the City of Bridges
By Jerry Fensterstock When our synagogue, Bet Torah in Mt. Kisco, NY, announced a learning project with Project Zug, an online-based paired learning platform powered by Mechon Hadar, I really had no idea what to expect. We have had many adult education programs over the years, … [Read more...] about How a Jewish Learning Program Surprised Me
The William Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education of The Jewish Theological Seminary, in partnership with the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion School of Education, will launch a second Chicago-based cohort of the Jewish Early Childhood Education Leadership … [Read more...] about The Davidson School and the HUC-JIR School of Education Receive Grant to Renew Jewish Early Childhood Education Leadership Program in Chicago