Deepening Talent

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Taking a Deep Dive to Make the Implicit Explicit

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Professional Leadership, Teaching and Learning
By Regina and Andrea Lulka How do our families, children and faculty engage with diverse groups of people in our Jewish schools

A Lesson Learned From Dr. Birx and Dr. Fauci

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Professional Leadership
I recently heard both Dr. Deborah Birx (on an interview with Meet the Press) and Dr. Anthony Fauci (quoted in the NY

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

The Not So Secret Ingredient to Jewish Day School Board Leadership

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I recently had the pleasure of sitting down for a conversation (virtually, of course) with Rabba Daniella Pressner, head of school at

Jewish Day School Counselors: Serving Many in Many Ways

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Human Resources, School Policies and Procedures
By Dr. Rona Novick, Dr. Oshra Cohen and Dr. Bin Goldman They calm frazzled nerves, prevent high risk behavior, teach mindfulness, connect

Flexibility in Action

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Governance, School Policies and Procedures
By Lise Applebaum It all started with the fires. Last fall, Los Angeles was ablaze with fires spreading perilously close to Milken

Hayidion Articles

From the CEO: Scaling the Mountain Ahead

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In the world of mountaineering, there are three rules: It’s always further than it looks. It’s always taller than it looks. And

From the Board: Empowering Boards to Step up

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I have been so impressed with the determination, resilience and creativity of our day school community in attacking the challenge of returning

Leadership Lessons in the Time of Corona: Practice and Theory

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The heroic stories of Jewish school leaders who transformed their schools in the face of a pandemic of daunting scale are legion

Leveraging Covid: Adapting to Thrive

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Back when the word “corona” evoked an image of an ice-cold beer, the concept of adaptive leadership was not on the front

Drawing Strength from Prior Crises

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Winston Churchill once said, ““Never let a good crisis go to waste.” We who work in the Jewish day school world are

Supportive Supervision

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Early childhood centers that have been reopening since early summer have a word of warning for schools: Don’t forget to make time