By Jonathan Mirvis Those who aspire to fill senior positions in the field of Jewish education, often face a difficult dilemma. Should they choose to do an MA degree within the field of Jewish Education or should they choose to specialize in Non-Profit Management. An MA in … [Read more...] about Hebrew University offers MA in Non-Profit Management and Leadership with a specialization in Jewish Education
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By Judy Mars Kupchan and Rabbi Johnny Solomon Among the voices of dread about the future of the Jews in Europe is one remarkable prophet whose focus is not politics or Anti-Semitism but an opportunity that is at stake. According to Barbara Lerner Spectre, “a dramatic r … [Read more...] about Can Online Study Impact Jewish Learning in Europe?
By Aaron Richmond I had a bar mitzvah, have been to Israel twice, recently graduated college, and am 22. I also happen to be blind. Like most young Jews, I want our Jewish community to be welcoming and respectful of all. Thus, I was excited to see the report by the extremely … [Read more...] about Making Jewish E-Learning Accessible to All
By Felice Miller Baritz Hebrew is a very rich and dynamic language. Did you know a funny word like Kashkesh can mean chat, doodle AND be silly? This language, our language, can come alive for students in any learning environment. At Congregation Kol Ami in White Plains, NY, … [Read more...] about Bringing Hebrew to Life for Our Students
By Dr. Harry Bloom In naming PEJE’s Atidenu (Hebrew for “Our Future”) 18-month recruitment and retention program (generously co-funded by The AVI CHAI Foundation), we were motivated by a desire to convey two key points. First, that research has consistently shown that day schoo … [Read more...] about It is Time to Reinvent Our Approach to Jewish Day School Recruitment