Featured Resources and Events
Resources in Response to School Violence
What parents can do to aid children in processing grief and fear in a healthy way.
A brief guide to speaking to your students about a crisis as it unfolds by Teaching Tolerance.
Traumatic events, such as a natural disaster, a pandemic, school violence, or the traumatic death of an educator/peer, impact students' learning, behavior, and relationships. This resource shares some reactions you may see and how you can help. It is important to keep in mind that not all students will feel and react the same way.
Current Resources and Resource Collections
A collection of resources to assist educators in teaching about abortion through a Jewish lens.
Resources to help educators navigate and teach May Mental Health Awareness Month.
Travel through Jerusalem's rich history, culture and personalities using resource packs and lesson plans.
A collection of LGBTQ resources, including podcasts, book lists, engaging personal narratives, and lesson plans.
Upcoming Professional Development
Learn more about the Better Together grants for intergenerational programming
In this session we’ll make sure that you’ll be comfortable participating in Jewish events.
A celebration of your work and a breath of inspiration for the future of Jewish early childhood education.
Explore how to foster school communities where each administrator, teacher, student, and parent is a learner.
From our Resource Partners
The Jewish Educator Portal collaborates with 22 Resource Partners to share educational materials.
New resources from our Resource Partners will be highlighted here.
Black Jews have been a part of American history since before the colonial era.
Expand the mi sheberach, the prayer for healing, for those who are struggling with mental health.