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Creative Responses to Educational Challenges: Will Teachers Have Enough Money in Retirement?

By Perry Tirschwell This year’s Noble Prize in Economics was awarded to an American Jew, Richard Thaler, for his work on Behavioral Economics, which has huge implications for retirement savings. [...]

Creative Responses to Educational Challenges: Will Teachers Have Enough Money in Retirement?2019-08-08T20:12:58+02:00

Skills, Practices, and Habits of Mind: Helping our Day Schools Achieve Lasting Impact

By Debby Arzt-Mor Helping our students develop and nurture habits of mind and skills for lifelong learning must take precedence over transmission of content. Jewish educators must recognize the importance [...]

Skills, Practices, and Habits of Mind: Helping our Day Schools Achieve Lasting Impact2019-08-08T20:12:59+02:00

Beyond Academic Excellence: Establishing the Competitive Advantage for Day Schools in a Challenging Market

Screenshot: Solomon Schechter of Westchester website. By Michael A. Kay, PhD Over the past 10 years, the market for North American Jewish day schools, particularly those that are not strictly [...]

Beyond Academic Excellence: Establishing the Competitive Advantage for Day Schools in a Challenging Market2019-08-08T20:13:00+02:00

Arugot – Haifa, Israel – Methods used with preschool children in developmental preschools

By Ruth Kaniel Arugot, located in Haifa – Israel, is a dynamic learning and therapy center for children with learning disabilities, developmental delays and emotional problems. A range of nurturing [...]

Arugot – Haifa, Israel – Methods used with preschool children in developmental preschools2019-08-08T20:13:00+02:00