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If you are interested in Hebrew Education in a congregational school setting, you are invited to join 'The Hebrew Project,' a national conversation to try and better define the goals and focus of Hebrew education in congregational settings. In order to help better clarify goals of Hebrew language teaching, three Hebrew language educators have established a wikispace and are inviting anyone involved in congregational education to join in the conversation.
Updated: Feb. 08, 2010
In this opinion piece, Jonathan Woocher, JESNA's Chief Ideas Officer, tries to provide an answer to a very pressing question for American Jews: 'Can supplementary education provide a meaningful and satisfying Jewish educational experience'? His reply: By adopting an innovative approach, mapping the current landscape and working with existing providers and potential new ones, to build a “system” that would offer as many high-quality options as the market can support that goal might be attained.
Updated: Aug. 05, 2009
The Milwaukee Jewish Federation’s Coalition for Jewish Learning has launched a three year program to nurture excellence in synagogue schools. In collaboration with the Jewish Education Service of North America (JESNA), CJL has adapted features of the Nurturing Excellence in Synagogue Schools (NESS) developed and implemented in Philadelphia, in creating its Congregation School Initiative for six participating Conservative and Reform congregations.
Updated: Feb. 12, 2009