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The Jewish Education Project is fortunate to have relationships with many other educational organizations around the world. Educators who use The Jewish Educator Portal now benefit from these relationships, as organizations with different areas of focus and expertise all contribute to the curated set of resources.

Scroll below to explore the partners who are sharing their resources with our Portal community.

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Adamah we cultivates vibrant Jewish life in deep connection with the earth. Every day, they inspire and empower people to feel that connection, activate Jewish identity, build inclusive community, and work towards a more sustainable future. Because we are the link between our ancestors and our descendants, we feel called to respond to today’s crises with the full power of the Jewish spirit. 

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Founded in 1913, the ADL is the oldest anti-hate organization in the world. Its mission is to stop the defamation of the Jewish people, and to secure justice and fair treatment to all. Echoes & Reflections, the Holocaust education arm of the ADL, is dedicated to reshaping the way that teachers and students understand, process, and navigate the world through the events of the Holocaust. We partner with educators to help them introduce students to the complex themes of the Holocaust and to understand its lasting effect on the world.

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ANU- Museum of the Jewish People is the largest Jewish museum in the world, and tells the unique and ongoing story of the Jewish people- past, present and future. ANU nurtures a sense of belonging to the Jewish people and celebrates Jewish pluralism and diversity both in the museum and with its international educational outreach. ANU serves as the central address for Jewish peoplehood discourse, engagement and learning for Jewish individuals, families and communities.

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We know that students don’t all learn the same way or on the same day, so why do we expect educators to? BetterLesson Supports both teachers and leaders with a professional learning program that’s built from differentiated learning experiences throughout the school year to create meaningful changes for students in every classroom.

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The Center for Israel Education provides Israel content with context and perspective for all users.  CIE is the premier source destination for trustworthy content about modern Israel. Our Center provides informed access through original sources, curriculum materials, online courses, workshops, document compilations, webinars, curated readings and more. Users of all religions and backgrounds use our resources to expand their knowledge about Israel’s centrality to their identities.  CIE operates under the guidance of a Board of Trustees as a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization.

Central Conference of American Rabbis (CCAR Press) logo
New York, NY

This is the resource center for CCAR Press, the primary publisher of the Reform Movement and a division of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. CCAR Press is the source for liturgy, sacred texts, educational materials, apps, and other content for Reform rabbis, cantors, and educators; Reform congregations and Jewish organizations; Reform Jews; and the wider Jewish community. CCAR Press creates and publishes study guides for a number of our books. These helpful guides are useful for adult and teen education, book clubs, discussion groups, and personal study. 

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Chai Mitzvah

Chai Mitzvah is a fun, flexible and affordable  experiential program to enhance Jewish engagement for adults, teens, and families. The program works through small groups which meet for relevant, text-based conversations around more than 20 topics important to Jewish life. Each person in the group also looks into their community and identifies their POP: the Power Of Passion by choosing something they want to learn, deepening a spiritual/ritual practice, and engaging in a tikkun olam project with the goal of strengthening community connection.

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Echoes & Reflections, a partnership of ADL, USC Shoah Foundation, and Yad Vashem, is the premier source for Holocaust educational materials and dynamic content, empowering teachers and students with the insight needed to question the past and foresight to impact the future. We are dedicated to reshaping the way that teachers and students understand, process, and navigate the world through the events of the Holocaust.

Facing History and Ourselves logo
Brookline, MA

Facing History and Ourselves uses lessons of history to challenge teachers and their students to stand up to bigotry and hate.

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Foundation adaptive talent, deepening immersive learning experiences and catalyzing field growth. Founded in 1998, FJC elevates Jewish camp on the cultural and philanthropic agenda, creating opportunities to engage even more young people in Jewish camp through groundbreaking programs such as One Happy Camper® and FJC’s Specialty Camps Incubator.  FJC advocates for over 300 day and overnight camps that provide nearly 180,000 campers and young staff each summer with a meaningful, personal, and lifelong connection to Judaism. FJC is a public 501(c)(3) charitable organization.

Gateways: Access to Jewish Education logo

Gateways: Access to Jewish Education provides a comprehensive set of services to support children and teens with learning differences, disabilities, and/or mental health challenges. We exist to fulfill young people’s potential, enrich family life, strengthen the Jewish community, and help create new norms for diversity and inclusivity in the Jewish community at large. By working directly with families, educators, day and congregational schools, preschools, synagogues, and organizations, we are investing in the full educational ecosystem surrounding the children and teens we serve.

Hadar Institute logo
New York, NY

Hadar empowers Jews to create and sustain vibrant, practicing, egalitarian communities of Torah, Avodah, and Hesed. Hadar’s voice, deeply rooted in Jewish texts and traditions, offers a creative response to contemporary questions and challenges. Hadar is a leader in the field of Jewish education and community building, engaging diverse populations in serious Jewish learning with curiosity, creativity and conviction. Our daytime and evening lectures and classes for the broader community welcome tens of thousands of people, in-person, every year.

Hebrew at the Center logo
Framingham, MA

Hebrew at the Center engages institutions and professionals worldwide with the goal of advancing excellence in Hebrew teaching and learning. Our vision is a world where Hebrew is vibrant, celebrated, and pivotal to a thriving Jewish identity and the global Jewish community.

Holocaust Museum LA logo
Los Angeles, CA

Holocaust Museum LA is an artifact-rich institution that was founded in 1961 by Holocaust survivors who met in Los Angeles, each with their own personal experience and precious documents, photographs, and objects that connected them with their history, family, and friends. They believed in the importance of creating a space to commemorate their loved ones, house their precious artifacts, educate future generations, and inspire a more humane world. Today, Holocaust Museum LA continues its mission to commemorate, educate, and inspire.  

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New York, NY

Honeycomb is the leading resource for Jewish youth philanthropy. We drive innovation in philanthropy education by creating tools, curricula and trainings for professionals and organizations to deliver high-quality experiences that empower youth to fund real change.


Honeycomb organizes and supports a global network of Jewish youth philanthropy programs, inspiring a rising generation of Jewish philanthropists and changemakers.

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The Tartak Learning Center, is a major repository of print and electronic educational resources, with over 5,000 items to aid students and alumni of HUC-JIR, principals and teachers in religious schools and day schools, adult educators, camp directors and counselors, communal service professionals, rabbis, and cantors. The collection includes nearly 300 Curricula and Curriculum Guides prepared by students of the Rhea Hirsch School of Education since 1982. 

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IsraelLINK is a learner-centered educational platform for Jewish day and supplementary schools designed to provide students with multiple points of engagement as they integrate Israel into their Jewish identity-building process. Educator-guided with flexible modules, students discover their unique connection through experiential activities, project-based learning, games, and first-person videos. IsraelLINK empowers students to develop a sophisticated and enduring relationship with Israel based on their individual identity and inspired by their values.

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Comprising the organizational records of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC), the overseas rescue, relief, and rehabilitation arm of the American Jewish community, the JDC Archives house significant historical records of activity in over 90 countries dating from 1914 to the present. On our site, you can view galleries, exhibits, and topically arranged content; learn about the documents, photos, artifacts, films, oral histories, and indexed names available in our collections; and conduct research in our online database.

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The Jewish Grandparents Network engages, educates, and celebrates grandparents as an essential influence in Jewish family life. We welcome grandparents from all backgrounds and traditions and embrace the diversity of today’s Jewish families.

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Jewish Interactive (Ji) is the leading global provider of digital Jewish education for children ages 4-14 years old for schools and denominations of children of varying levels of Jewish and Hebrew knowledge. Ji provides a host of digital tools and platforms and trains educators to customize the technological tools for high the highest levels of technology integration for their their specific educational needs.

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Founded in 1996, the Jewish Women’s Archive (JWA) is dedicated to expanding and transforming the historical narrative by restoring Jewish women and gender-expansive people to their rightful place. JWA explores the past as a framework for understanding the pressing issues of our time; mobilizes young people with remarkable role models; and uses Jewish women’s stories to inspire people to see themselves as history makers. Each year, millions of people of all ages, genders, and backgrounds, from more than 230 countries, engage with and rely on JWA’s resources.

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jewishLIVE is a hub for meaningful and accessible Jewish content and experiences online. As an outgrowth of Judaism Unbound, jewishLIVE seeks to serve the same "disaffected but hopeful" population that Judaism Unbound seeks to inspire, and it also seeks to serve Jews and non-Jews across the spectrum of Jewish engagement by offering a wide range of online Jewish experiences, including learning/education, mindfulness/spirituality, and fun/celebration.

JTeach Logo encourages and enhances vibrant contemporary Jewish living through innovative pedagogic connections to thousands of years of Jewish wisdom.

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Judaism Unbound catalyzes and supports grassroots efforts by “disaffected but hopeful” American Jews to re-imagine and re-design Jewish life in America for the 21st Century. It produces a weekly podcast, one of the most listened-to Jewish podcasts in the world, which features interviews with leading thinkers and innovators and analysis by the co-hosts as we try to bring the future of Judaism increasingly into focus by asking the right questions, unafraid of the likelihood that the future will be very different from the past.

Keshet logo
Boston, MA

Keshet works for the full equality of all LGBTQ Jews and our families in Jewish life. We strengthen Jewish communities. We equip Jewish organizations with the skills and knowledge to build LGBTQ-affirming communities, create spaces in which all queer Jewish youth feel seen and valued, and advance LGBTQ rights nationwide.

Makom: The Jewish Agency for Israel Education Lab

Makom was established as The Jewish Agency for Israel’s Israel Education Lab in 2006. Makom’s task is to develop key educational strategies and pioneering creative educational programming that cultivate well-trained educators and Israel-engaged young adults.

Moving Traditions logo
Elkins Park, PA

Moving Traditions emboldens teens by fostering self-discovery, challenging sexism, and inspiring a commitment to Jewish life and learning.

M²: The Institute for Experiential Jewish Education logo

M²: The Institute for Experiential Jewish Education provides educators and organizations with knowledge, skills, and tools to design powerful and compelling Jewish experiences. M²’s mission is to promote a proud and inspired community of Jewish educators who enable their learners to find meaning and relevance in Jewish life.

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Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies (Jerusalem, Israel)

The Pardes Center for Jewish Educators (PCJE) - the education arm of the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies - trains and empowers day school teachers, experiential educators, and adult educators to serve as knowledgeable, skilled, reflective, and passionate Jewish professionals. Collectively, our alumni are inspiring thousands of students of all ages each and every day to be knowledgeable and proud members of the Jewish community. Whether you are an aspiring, novice, or seasoned educator, PCJE has programs and resources for you and your colleagues. The strongest educators know more!

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Sefaria was founded in 2013 to radically lower barriers to Jewish learning and make the books of the People of the Book available like never before. Sefaria’s free, digital library features the central texts of the Jewish tradition and their interconnections, with resources to deepen the study experience. 

Shomer Collective

Shomer Collective works to improve end of life experiences by helping people to talk more openly about death, dying, and mourning, through the lens of Jewish wisdom and Jewish practices. We provide resources, educational programming, and opportunities to connect for educators, clergy, end-of-life professionals, individuals, families, and organizations who are interested in exploring the rich intersection between Jewish life and death.

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Atlanta, GA

To educate, equip, and ignite our Jewish community with tools to understand, support, and overcome the challenges presented by mental illness and substance abuse. As a community with a focus on tikkun olam, we work to eradicate the shame and stigma surrounding these issues.

The iCenter for Israel Education logo
Northbrook, IL

The iCenter believes that education is key to inspiring generations of young Jews with a meaningful and enduring connection to Israel and the Jewish people. We advance excellence in Israel education by serving as the North American hub and catalyst for shaping and strengthening the field. In collaboration with hundreds of partner institutions, The iCenter supports educators across settings with training, tools, and resources to bring Israel into their students' lives.

The Lookstein Center Bar-Ilan University
Ramat Gan

The Lookstein Center for Jewish Education provides free classroom resources, transformative training, and a network of support to help Jewish educators learn, teach, and lead. We offer a large array of online Jewish studies courses and digital curricula for students in grades 4-12 as well as teacher training and professional development opportunities.

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The NLI is the prime institution of national memory – not only of the Israeli nation but also of the Jewish people throughout the world. Its mission is to serve as a home for the collections, archives, manuscripts, documents, maps, music, and other items of unique national, historic, or cultural significance and to pass these treasures on to the next generations.  The Education Department focuses on fostering meaningful learning experiences that expose learners to these rich and diverse collections and encourage them to engage with their cultural heritage.

Unpacked for Educators (A division of OpenDor Media) logo

We are the destination for Jewish and Israel educators looking for curated videos, premium resources, and nuanced educational tools to use in virtual or physical settings. We create the things you need to make teaching easier. Our videos, resources, articles, podcasts, experiential learning and activities are ready to use and save you time. Our staff of educators understand your busy schedules and what it means to teach today’s connected generation.

Logo for the Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History

The Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History, on Independence Mall in Philadelphia, presents educational programs and experiences that preserve, explore, and celebrate the history of Jews in America. Its purpose is to connect Jews more closely to their heritage and to inspire in people of all backgrounds a greater appreciation for the diversity of the American Jewish experience and the freedoms to which Americans aspire.