North American Jewish Day School Conference Opens Today
More than 1,000 Jewish day school professionals from over 400 schools across the U.S. and Canada will convene today [in Philadelphia] for the 2015 North American Jewish Day School Conference (NAJDSC). This year’s conference theme, Uncommon Connections, focuses on exploring systems intelligence – an approach that considers the entire school community, with its many different roles, to help the system run smarter and more effectively.
The conference sessions and plenaries have been constructed to benefit a wide array of professionals and lay people involved in making their local day schools successful – from Heads of School to development directors to network staff to involved volunteers.
The Conference is hosted by: Pardes: Day Schools of Reform Judaism, PEJE, the Schechter Day School Network, RAVSAK, and the YU School Partnership.