Affordable Jewish Education Project

For Jewish Education Reform, A ‘Very Messy Period’

Restructurings, closings define new landscape as JESNA mulls merger; are all the changes healthy?
Associate Editor

Two decades ago, in the aftermath of the 1991 National Jewish Population Survey best known for its findings of higher-than-ever intermarriage rates, the buzzword of American Jewish organization life was “continuity.”

Teachers, clergy and education directors gather at the Jewish Education Project Summer Institute. Jason Gardner

What Is Blended Learning in Jewish Education?

What is blended learning? How do we solve the day school crisis? Video blogger Aaron Herman spoke with Kevin Shacknofsky, Meir Nordlicht of Westchester Torah Academy and Jeff Kiderman Executive Director of Affordable Jewish Education Project about the future of Jewish education.

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