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The Jewish Education Project (formerly BJENY-SAJES) pioneers new approaches for every age. We connect forward-thinking educators to powerful ideas and resources so we can create new models that change how, what and where people learn.

Teens: Start Dreaming About Summer

Travel. Surf. Act. Explore. Check out these 8 never before available experiences for Jewish teens. Choose your summer adventure today.

Resources: Jewish Education in a Scary World

Visit this page for a collection of resources for educators who want to engage their students in thoughtful, age-appropriate conversations around tolerance, baseless hatred, antisemitism, and standing up for what’s right even when it’s hard. Watch the video of our panel discussion here.


Young Pioneers Award 2015

Nominations are now closed.  Learn more about the award.

Thanks for joining us for #GivingJewsday!

Watch the Thank You video from our CEO, Bob Sherman, here.

Israel Education Resource Guide

How can we talk to our children and students about the ongoing situation in Israel? We hope this collection of resources will be helpful.

Our 2013 Annual Report Is Here!

 Learn more about how we are changing the status quo in Jewish education.  Download or view our 2012-2013 Annual Report here. 

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

03/31/2015 - 9:30am - 1:30pm
03/31/2015 - 1:00pm - 2:30pm
04/15/2015 - 10:00am - 12:00pm
04/16/2015 - 12:00pm - 1:00pm
04/21/2015 - 9:00am - 5:00pm
04/22/2015 - 9:30am - 1:30pm
04/30/2015 - 9:30am - 2:00pm

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At The Jewish Education Project, we spark and spread innovations that expand the reach and increase the impact of Jewish education.  Recognized by Slingshot as a leading innovative organization, our work touches 200,000 children in 800 programs including Congregational Schools, Day Schools and Yeshivot, Early Childhood Centers and Teen Initiatives.  Together, we are empowering the next generation of Jews to live as actively engaged members of the Jewish community.