This is the last item to be published in MOFET’s Jewish Educational Portal. At the end of thirteen years of fruitful and blessed activity, the Mofet Institute has decided to suspend the activity of the portal for Jewish education, and as of September 1, 2021, it will no longer be updated.
This decision was not an easy one as MOFET realizes the value of the portal for educators in the various Jewish communities around the world, especially for institutions for the training of educators for the Jewish world.
Nevertheless, the Mofet Institute has undergone a reorganization process over the last years, involving decisions about the channels of activity on which it will focus and specialize in the coming years. As part of this process, Mofet has decided to focus on other areas of teacher training, professional development, and research.
We thank our loyal subscribers for their support, guidance, advice, comments and feedback throughout the years. We especially thank the many researchers, educators and administrators that have shared the fruits of their labor with our community in their original articles published in the portal.
For the foreseeable future, the corpus of the portal along with its search capabilities will remain online for the further use of the global Jewish education community.
You are invited to keep contact with the MOFET Institute at our Teacher Education Portal.
The Portal Team