Sight Line Volume XI: Built On the Roots of Tradition – New Models in Jewish Supplementary Education

Dear friends,

It’s officially back-to-school season! As educators and students return to their learning spaces reinvigorated with new ideas and inspiration, we offer you a volume of Sight Line devoted to the latest thinking in Jewish Supplementary School programs.

This issue begins with a dive into the spirited discourse about Jewish supplementary education with Rabbi Joy Levitt, who asks, how do we help all kids love being Jewish? And what follows are stories about educators, clergy, families and communities working together to do just that.

In this volume, you’ll find stories about:

What’s more, for the first time, we’re featuring a “Learning Lunchbox” to serve up a taste of what your fellow educators are implementing with their students this year.

Click through; download your favorite lesson plans and share!

As you read through this volume, please share your impressions with us. We’d love to hear about your favorite Jewish afterschool program. There’s a space for your comments right on the page.

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