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INVESTING IN HEBREW: FUNDERS’ PERSPECTIVE

With a background in developmental psycholinguistics and as a Jewish day school parent, I have spent the last 40 years preoccupied with the state of Hebrew teaching and learning, especially

HEBREW LANGUAGE LEARNING NOW: CHALLENGES, COVID KEEPERS AND INCREASED CONNECTEDNESS

With Covid not yet behind us but with some sense of managed normalcy, I have returned to visiting day schools across North America. While each individual school, community and region

Hebrew Infu­sion Wins National Jewish Book Award

Hebrew Infu­sion: Lan­guage and Com­mu­ni­ty at Amer­i­can Jew­ish Sum­mer Camps, by Sarah Bunin Benor, Jonathan Kras­ner, and Sharon Avni, has just been awarded a National Jewish Book Award in the category

IVRIT: A Joint Venture – Yom Ha’Ivrit 2021

IVRIT: A Joint Venture Since 2012, Yom Ha’Ivrit (Hebrew Language Day) has been celebrated each year on the 21st of Tevet; it was created in order to promote the Hebrew

Jerusalem Post: Hebrew in high demand as coronavirus lockdowns keeps people stuck indoors

Read this Jerusalem Post article on the flourishing of Hebrew during Covid.  

Balancing the Urgency of Now with Renewed Efforts Towards the Future

Reflections from Rabbi Andrew Ergas, CEO at Hebrew at the Center Since March, educators and philanthropists alike have rightly been focused on the “pivot,” meeting challenges that social distancing has put