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TalentEducators is a global initiative that aims to address the growing challenge of recruiting and retaining high-quality educators in Jewish education. To achieve their goals, they map the demand in Jewish formal and informal education, profile those who can deliver, and ultimately match them successfully while providing them with a support network and mentoring. Their long-term goal is to discover untapped talent, those who with the right training, mentoring and support can become excellent Jewish educators.
Updated: Jun. 22, 2021
As a project of the Jewish Agency for Israel and the Ministry of Diaspora Affairs, TalentEducators is tasked with addressing a problem that has existed for decades in education: a shortage of talented educators. Our mission centers on recruiting, retaining, and supporting Jewish educators and Jewish education, and since March, we have consistently experienced and identified a shift that CASJE’s interim report reveal: that employers in day schools are building their benches and that experiential and early childhood employers are hiring fewer full-time staff. In this article, we would like to contribute a new finding from our experience in the field.
Updated: Feb. 17, 2021
In response to a question recently posed by the AVI CHAI and Steinhardt Foundations: What would make day schools more attractive to non-Orthodox parents? Irene Lehrer Sandalow posted her reply on the AVI CHAI blog. 'If Jewish day schools were known as institutions that meaningfully instill students with social justice values, would more non-Orthodox parents send their child? As a day school parent and a Jewish social justice activist, I believe that the unique merit of the day school is its ability to shape the next generation of menschen who are proudly rooted in Jewish tradition and actively engaged in the social issues of our time.'
Updated: Mar. 01, 2012