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SuLaM is open to Jewish heads of school and other administrative leaders working at Jewish day schools who are looking for an opportunity to grow Judaically as professionals. The two-year program gives people the knowledge and skills to take ownership of the Jewish vision of their schools. SuLaM is fully funded, thanks to the generous support of the AVI CHAI Foundation. It is open to administrators working in any Jewish day school, including community and denominational schools.
Updated: Dec. 14, 2010
Despite a challenging economic climate, enrollment at Jewish community day schools in the U.S. and Canada holds nearly steady with last year’s levels, according to a just-released annual school survey. Current school enrollment decreased less than one percent – 0.66 percent – from levels recorded during the 2009-10 academic year. The figure stands in sharp contrast to the 4.6 percent decline recorded a year ago.
Updated: Nov. 17, 2010
HaYidion, RAVSAK's journal of Jewish education, explores topics of critical interest to day school leaders, advocates, families and supporters. Each quarterly issue focuses on an aspect of Jewish day school life, unpacking it from a wide variety of perspectives, offering both theoretical frameworks and pragmatic approaches. The current issue of HaYidion tackles the theme of parents head on with meaningful articles and practical advice and recommendations in a wide range of arenas with an eye to strengthening the partnership between schools and parents.
Updated: Nov. 04, 2009