With rising awareness of the mental health challenges many young people face, what better place to focus our efforts as a community than in the classroom, where students spend most [...]
This document is a suggested protocol for identifying and responding to students in crisis. It has been prepared by Mrs. Dena Gorkin in conjunction with MEF and Chabad educators, and [...]
by Chanah Rose. This poem depicts a teacher and student sharing their hopes for the first day of school, making the case to get to know our students through baseline assessment, learning profiles and personal connection as the foundation for learning.
MEF's Founder and Executive Director Rabbi Zalman Shneur celebrated his 40th birthday by illustrating his dedication to Limud Hatorah at every stage, with a Siyum Hashas. The husband and father [...]
A Pesach Message by Rabbi Zalman Shneur, Executive Director. Is a reminder of the darkness of slavery really necessary at a celebration of Freedom? Yes, says the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Throughout the Seder night, we must actively retell the story of the Jewish People’s redemption from slavery to salvation by experiencing it for ourselves.
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After several months of moving their classrooms online, transforming their lesson plans, multi-tasking and dealing with challenges at home and at school, which teachers would want to go back on [...]
By Mrs. Chanah Rose, All four ingredients of distance learning are powerful drivers for brick-and-mortar learning as well. And all four of them bring one message home...
As the Kinus Hashluchos drew to a close on Monday, over 40 principals from around the world continued to invest in their unique Shlichus with a meeting of those in [...]
“I hope to gain the knowledge and the skills I need to be able to be a part of the solution that the girls need … I so want to [...]