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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.

Introducing the 2014 Young Pioneers Award Recipients

These 5 Jewish educators are sparking innovation in Jewish education and creating meaningful Jewish experiences for children, teens and families.

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. 

Jewish Futures UnConference

Register now for this year's interactive conference on Visions of Jewish Life and Learning! We will imagine the state of Jewish community and Jewish education in the year 2040 (5800). Participants will experience an artistic performance by Alicia Jo Rabins, get slammed by Jina Davidovic, and learn from creative thinkers in a fast paced Pecha Kucha style.

The Pew Research Study: What Now for Jewish Education?

Watch the recording of our webinar panel discussion with educational leaders to explore implications of the Pew Research Study for Jewish education.

Assessing Congregational Education

With Rosov Associates, we developed an instrument to assess the quality of teaching in congregational education - and the initial reports are in! Learn more about the report here. 



Meet Carly

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Carly, a 12-year-old girl from Westchester, wrote a letter about her religious school experience.

Hear her thoughts in this video - they are surprisingly profound.

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