INSIDE Education Aug 2010
Training Hebrew school leaders … Summer camp that stresses cuisine, fashion? … Hebrew U. researcher gets fishy.
An interview with the heads of the new BJENY-SAJES as they reframe a vision for the agency.
With a $1 million infusion, and more pledges to come, a yeshiva that attracts a variety of families plans for the future.
The Conservative movement’s Ramah camps debut Daber, a program to step up summertime ivrit acquisition.
Outside New York, growing numbers of day schools are opting for the hands-on, self-directed approach.
In Los Angeles, future rabbis, imams and ministers will train together.
While some educators believe the country’s model for special education is antiquated, parents don’t seem to be clamoring for more mainstreaming.
With hiring of AJC veteran, the pro-Israel campus group looking to strengthen its mainstream status.
Now a decade old, the American Hebrew Academy in Greensboro, despite growing pains, is hitting its stride.