WHAT WE DO
At The Jewish Education Project, we connect forward-thinking educators and volunteer leaders in order to spark new ideas and approaches to Jewish education. We provide tools, resources, and technology to spread those new ideas, which impact the education of more than 200,000 Jewish children, teens and families. We partner with educators and volunteer leaders who represent 800 New York educational institutions.
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The Jewish Education Project brings together congregational educators, rabbis, cantors, teachers, and volunteer leaders seeking to create new models of learning that are meaningful and relevant in the lives of today’s children and families. (Learn More)
Day Schools and Yeshivot
The Jewish Education Project provides tools, resources, and guidance to teachers, fund-raisers, executive directors, principals, and volunteer leaders in 300 Jewish day schools and Yeshivot in New York. We help schools achieve academic excellence and economic sustainability. (Learn More)
Early Childhood and Young Families
The Jewish Education Project works with teachers, directors, parents, and volunteer leadership in early-childhood settings to build new models of family engagement and to create excellent Jewish learning environments for young children. (Learn More)
The Jewish Education Project increases the skills, knowledge, and capacity for creativity of youth professionals in order to attract more Jewish teenagers to relevant and quality Jewish programming across the New York region. (Learn More)
New Center for Collaborative Leadership
The Jewish Education Project collaborates with thought leaders and cutting-edge practitioners to integrate technology and innovation into the way we educate Jewish children and families. (Learn More)