Too Much Learning?

The conversation with my wife went something like this: “What are you doing?” “Teaching myself Spanish.” “Seriously?” I don’t think that she was surprised that I wanted to learn Spanish; we’re both very committed to the...

Meet Grandma, the Change Agent

Let’s face it. Most organizations have limited funds available for professional development and growth. It doesn’t matter that the organization has the professional growth of the staff as one of its core values. It doesn’t matter that good...

Tomayto, Tomahto

I learned something interesting earlier this week. Did you know that there is no Hebrew word that means “to teach”? I was a little surprised by that announcement to roughly a thousand Jewish professionals and volunteers at the 2015 North American Day School Conference...

edJEWcon CLE

How do we give our children an education for their future? This was the central question that keynote speaker, Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano, put before the 60 plus educators and lay leaders, representing Schechter, Fuchs Mizrachi, Agnon, the Lippman School, and Hathaway...

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