Temple Israel of New Rochelle

Research Indicates Early Engagement Crucial For Unaffiliated

04/02/2013 - 20:00
Associate Editor

This article accompanies "Jewish Child Care Model Poised for Growth."

Advocates for Jewish early childhood education and full-time care argue that the first years of a child’s life offer a critical opportunity to engage young children and their parents.

Naptime -- or maybe not -- at shul. Photo courtesy Temple Israel of New Rochelle

Jewish Child Care Model Poised For Growth Spurt

Westchester temple’s partnership with for-profit chain drawing working families into fold.
03/27/2013 - 20:00
Associate Editor

For more on Jewish early childhood education, see "Early Engagement Crucial for Unaffiliated Families."

When Brian Seely and his husband Tim Seely adopted their son Gabe, they agreed to give him a Jewish education.

Kehillah’s director, Nancy Bossov, with one of the program’s infants. courtesy of Temple Israel of New Rochelle.
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