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In 2011, Professor Jonathan Krasner published a book called The Benderly Boys and American Education. The volume won the National Jewish Book Award and it prompted Barry Holtz to write in the Jewish Daily Forward: "It is not an exaggeration to say that this volume is the most important piece of historical writing about American Jewish education to have appeared in a generation." Now Krasner brings his acute historical perspective to the PEJE's Sustainable Stories series, offering us his essay on the notion of communal obligation and Jewish day school. Learn more ›
Thank you, PEJE for your unparalleled devotion and passion to uplifting, strengthening, and in many ways transforming Jewish day school education. I know there is so much left to be done, but it is almost mind-boggling to think of where the field is today compared to where it was in 1996.
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In a world where information comes at us from too many directions, the PEJE Facebook page has become a central place to find relevant content all in one place, connect with schools and individuals who are doing things you want to know about, and get ideas for communicating with your own audiences.
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Jon Mitzmacher reminds to cultivate habits of kindness. So stop your lollygagging and get to work on this, OK?Habits of Kindness: “Put First Things First”
It is a new month at the Martin J. Gottlieb Day School and that means…a new Habit! Habits of Kindness has become our shorthand for how we are utilizing the “7 Habits” to approach our “Community of Kindness” initiative. As … Continue reading →