What makes the ISJL's Jewish Education program unique?
It's much more than just a curriculum - it's a communal approach to lifelong learning, with networking, ongoing professional development, and multiple options for direct support.
The ISJL’s pilot education program began with a four-state pilot at 10 religious schools in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi. Today, we serve dozens of communities and thousands of students throughout a 13-state region in the South.
Communities partner with the ISJL by selecting one of three different partnership levels to meet their needs: Alef, Bet, and Gimel. All partner communities receive access to the ISJL's comprehensive, fully-scripted, annually-updated curriculum, designed to give teachers the tools they need to create an experiential learning environment to provide meaningful Jewish moments for their students.
To learn more about the ISJL and our vast array of Jewish Education resources, email us.