Black Jewish Educator Advocates for More Inclusive Classrooms

Black Jewish Educator Advocates for More Inclusive Classrooms

Andrew Esensten, Jewish&, 07/09/2020

Former district school leader and author of forthcoming book on "identity safe classrooms" shares best practices.

Is Respecting Diversity Part of the Jewish Curriculum?

Is Respecting Diversity Part of the Jewish Curriculum?

Jan Jaben-Eilon, Atlanta Jewish Times, 01/08/2020

The panel showcasing young voices was one of several programs to highlight the importance of navigating differences and including diversity in Jewish education.

Writing a new chapter in education about Mizrachi and Sephardi Jews

Writing a new chapter in education about Mizrachi and Sephardi Jews

Maya Mirsky, The J., 09/19/2019

It’s a question of telling the stories of all students in the classroom.

How My Hispanic-Filipino and Jewish Identities Come Together through Teaching

How My Hispanic-Filipino and Jewish Identities Come Together through Teaching

Anjelica Ruiz, ReformJudaism.org, 06/04/2019

As someone who is half-Filipino and half-Hispanic and grew up in a diverse Dallas, TX, neighborhood, I never gave much thought to the politics of skin color and how that affected me – at least not until I entered the Jewish community.

How Schechter Manhattan Is Working To Create An ‘Anti-Racist’ Day School

How Schechter Manhattan Is Working To Create An ‘Anti-Racist’ Day School

Benjamin Mann, The Forward, 09/04/2018

This work toward becoming more inclusive and racially aware was initially sparked by input from parents of color in our school, and the current events have widened the spectrum of our community that feel its urgency- It continues to be supported by our partnership with Be’chol Lashon.

Why do Black people think that everything is about race?

Why do Black people think that everything is about race?

John Metta, Those People, 05/07/2018

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Assessing your cultural competence: A checklist for culturally responsive teachers

Assessing your cultural competence: A checklist for culturally responsive teachers

Kathy Deady, Teach Away, 09/22/2017

As classrooms become increasingly diverse, cultural competency has quickly become a key concern for educators all over the world. When it comes to creating a culturally-inclusive learning environment and closing the achievement gap in our classrooms, culturally responsive teaching is, arguably, more critical than it’s ever been before.

Associate professor explores history, reality of Moroccan Jewish community

Associate professor explores history, reality of Moroccan Jewish community

Pablo Mungz, Daily Bruin, 09/22/2017

Aomar Boum's research on Jewish history in his home country of Morocco brings local attention to that history and helps people reconnect with their historic roots.However, Boum's Muslim identity affects how people perceive his research.

What Do Kids Need To Know About Race?

What Do Kids Need To Know About Race?

Avital Schriber Levy, Huffington Post, 08/24/2017

The goal of raising the next generation as race conscious and accepting human beings is one that I think needs to be placed firmly on our parental agendas.