Jewish Educational Leadership is a professional journal for Jewish educators published by The Lookstein Center. It was designed to increase the exposure of Jewish educators to general research and advances in education and focus on the applicability of these findings to the world of Jewish education. The journal also:
- Provides a forum for publishing research in Jewish education
- Offers access to new trends and methodologies in Jewish education
- Serves as a center for publicizing innovations in the field
- Brings classic Hebrew texts that focus on education to an English speaking audience
Jewish Educational Leadership can be found in the teachers' lounges, libraries and principals' offices in every North American day school. It is read by heads of schools, principals, Judaic Studies directors, teachers, curriculum development professionals, BJE, Federation and JCC professionals, and other education professionals around the world--as well as interested lay people.
Membership at the Lookstein Center includes a subscription to the journal. Online access to the journal is limited
to member schools.
To read more about membership, go here. Send questions about subscriptions and membership to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jewish Educational Leadership is seeking submissions for its next issue. Read the call for papers here.