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Articles of the week

The Israel Film Archive on Monday launched a new website, incorporating thousands of hours of local movies as well as historic film clips, some of them quite rare. The website was built as part of a digitization project the archive began five years ago, in an attempt to create digital copies of the films in its possession and to save the material from being lost.
For several months, students and educators alike have been acclimating to a new reality—at home, and in the world of Jewish education, too. While this is an extremely challenging time, here at The Covenant Foundation we have also been awed by the extreme productivity and creativity of our colleagues, grantees, award recipients and friends. In an effort to highlight all of the excellent work that has been produced with distance learning in mind, we have collected several searchable resources on this page.
As the school year begins, The Jewish Education Project is launching a dynamic new Jewish Educator Portal – a one-stop-shop for Jewish educators to access curated content and resources, ongoing professional development, and eventually a mechanism to create community by holding their own convenings and gatherings. The platform, which will be updated frequently, includes everything from teacher mental health resources, to an introduction on teaching outdoors, to a digital boot camp, and more. In the coming months, The Portal will add more features to support teachers who are teaching virtually, in-person, or any hybrid of both.