Complementary (or supplementary) education, often the step-child of Jewish education, is in a period of dynamic change. Using examples from around the continent and bringing together the perspectives of a range of stakeholders, including educators, funders, community leaders, and families, this convening explores what the experiences of diverse initiatives tell us about the requisites for successful change.
Creating the Future of Complementary Education: It Takes a Community is part of Jewish Futures, a joint project of JESNA and the Jewish Education Project. Co-sponsors for this event are the Association of Directors of Central Agencies, National Association of Temple Educators, Jewish Educators Assembly, Reconstructionist Educators of North America, NewCAJE, Builders of Jewish Education and The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles.
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