Day Schools & Jewish Education

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An emerging Jewish education nonprofit, Kevah, by the fall will have 25 learning circles, typically 8-12 people meeting in homes in the Bay Area, taught by seven highly trained Jewish educators. (JWeekly)

Using materials from Centropia, educators y who teach Holocaust historare giving more focus to prewar lives of Jews. (Jewish Post & News)

Should Jewish schools be required to allot 50% of their seats without reference to religion? (Jewish Chronicle)

With mega-givers increasingly focused on experiential Jewish learning initiatives such as overnight camping, Hillel, youth groups, Birthright Israel, Moishe House and Reboot, how will day schools provide for their long term financial needs? (Jewish Week)

In Dallas, a form of non-Hasidic Haredi Orthodoxy takes hold, centered on largely free adult education. (Forward)

Posted on August 2, 2010

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