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Call for Papers: The Internal Life of the Jewish Educator – Fall 2019

Like everyone else, teachers have their private and professional lives. Those different lives are sometimes kept compartmentalized, but often are intertwined in complex ways. Teachers living in the same community as their students may see things that they must keep to themselves – they may be personal friends with their students’ parents or see them in the supermarket or shul. Conversely, teachers are often presented as role models and religious studies teachers are seen as religious role models – but they may not want to live their lives in a fishbowl, exposed to public scrutiny. Not to mention how these dynamics may play out with their spouses and children. This issue of the Jewish Educational Leadership is devoted to the internal life of Jewish educators, and will address questions such as:

Note: Due to the potentially sensitive nature of these topics, the journal is open to submissions whose authors will remain anonymous.

Abstracts should be sent to zvi@lookstein.org by June 16th, 2019

For more information on the types of articles and guidelines for writers click here [1]

JewJewish Educational Leadership is the digital journal for Jewish educators published by The Lookstein Center for Jewish Education.