Professional Development Resources: School Programming and Policy

The Joy and Celebration of Learning

First Thoughts – The Illusion Neal Gabler (2002), the social critic, notes that for decades observers have been saying that Americans live in the... Read more

Preparing Students for Survival Beyond Day School: A Curriculum

This article presents a curriculum to help High School graduates navigate the College environment. To read the article, click here. Read more

Teacher Recruitment Among Graduate Students in Jewish Studies

This article originally appeared in Ten Daat 1996, 9:1, pp. 83-86. Reprinted here with permission. Over the last several years, two trends have emerged-one... Read more

Mentoring Re-visted

The large attrition rate among new teachers led over thirty states in America to mandate the implementation of mentoring programs for beginning teachers. This... Read more

How Technology Enhances Effective Communication in Exemplary Schools

About the author: The author has taught in a private independent school for the past 26 years. He holds Bachelors of Education degree from... Read more

Community Schools – Communities of Truth: A Challenge to Jewish Educators

Yonatan Yussman: Joint Graduate Education Program – Pardes and Hebrew University “Jewish education is the great failure of contemporary Jewish life”, writes Professor Barry... Read more

Observing Schools

A few months back an interesting and to my mind potentially important debate on the question of pluralism in schools opened up in these... Read more

The Library As Partner in the Teaching Process

This article originally appeared in Ten Da’at 1, 2, 1987, pp. 16-17. Reprinted here with permission. DR. POSNER, Vice President-elect of the Association of... Read more

Boards of Education and Day Schools

Boards of Education and Day Schools Louis Bernstein This article originally appeared in Ten Da’at 2, 2, 1988, pp. 26-27. Reprinted here with permission.... Read more

Curriculum for Cheder at Congregation Adas Yehuda V’Shoshana

Reprinted here with permission. Classes at the Cheder at Congregation Adas Yehuda V’Shoshana met three days a week for approximately 5.5 hours per week.... Read more
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