School Policies and Procedures

Finding Strength in Otherness: Women's Leadership in an Orthodox School

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Professional Leadership, School Policies and Procedures
In her pivotal work In A Different Voice, Carol Gilligan lays out the concept that women are “living at once inside and

Supporting New Administrators In and Out of School

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Professional Leadership, School Policies and Procedures
The impact of Covid has, of course, exacerbated many challenges. School communities have not been immune to society’s “great resignation” culture. Some

Community Endowments: Helping Parents and Helping Schools

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Fundraising & Development, School Policies and Procedures
It was spring 2020, and Covid-19 was running rampant in Los Angeles. Schools, both public and private, had closed their buildings, and

Hebrew Differentiation for a Changed Classroom During Covid

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Teaching and Learning, School Policies and Procedures
Covid has brought many opportunities and challenges to Jewish day schools. We were able to stay open, for the most part, during

Hebrew Language Learning Now: Challenges, Covid Keepers and Increased Connectedness

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Teaching and Learning, School Policies and Procedures
With Covid not yet behind us but with some sense of managed normalcy, I have returned to visiting day schools across North

Know What's Good

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Professional Leadership, School Policies and Procedures
Do people in your school know what the best practices are for the various functions of school life? What good and timely

Experiencing the Miracle in Reverse: Jewish Community in the Age of Covid

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Planting Deep Connections from Afar: Yom HaAtzma’ut During This Second Covid Year

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A year ago, none of us dreamed that we’d be back having the same conversations again one year later. How can we

Venahafoch hu: Surviving, Adapting and Thriving Despite Covid-19

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School Policies and Procedures
As we again approach the holiday of Purim, all I can think about is Venahafoch hu, it was turned upside down. Last

Charting an Uncharted Future

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Professional Leadership, Governance, School Policies and Procedures
In a recent episode of the podcast On Point, Margaret Heffernan speaks about her latest book, Uncharted: How to Navigate the Future

Vigilance and Education on Substance Abuse

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Teaching and Learning, School Policies and Procedures
By Lianne Forman As an educator, you are on the “front lines” and act as one of the most critical sources of

Illuminating Inquiry in Jewish Early Childhood Education

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Teaching and Learning, School Policies and Procedures
With a desire for both continuity and creativity amidst the current backdrop of uncertainty, Jewish early childhood educators and leaders have encountered