Over a hundred supporters of the Menachem Education Foundation’s Our Heritage program gathered at the home of R’ Mendel Pinson in Crown Heights on Sunday evening, for a parlor meeting [...]
“My whole life has changed,” shares Gabriela, a young student who switched from public school to Mazel Day School in Brooklyn, NY last year. “I keep Shabbat, I go to [...]
Despite all odds, 360 public school children are now enrolled in Jewish Day Schools around the country through the Menachem Education Foundation’s “Our Heritage” program. Initiated during the Covid-19 school [...]
Over 40 friends and relatives of R' Shneur Hirsch OBM gathered in Crown Heights rallied around a program that was near and dear to his heart before his untimely passing [...]
In this resource, a project is assigned to help students make meaning of a new challenge while practicing important academic skills. Students can do "Insight Interview" at any point during or after the historic coronavirus pandemic, to practice community-building, journalism, creative expression, and experience how history is made.
What is the Rebbe's stance on professional development for teachers, and what are the parameters and guidelines for how it should take place? In this Kuntres, learn a selection of the Rebbe's letters on this important topic.
Education has faced its most daunting crisis in our times with the Covid-19 school shutdown and subsequent challenges. When the whole world pressed pause, Chabad Chinuch pressed play. In this publication, we tell the story of countless educators who turned crisis into opportunity, and never put Chinuch on hold.
MEF has led a team of Mechanchim in formulating a concise, overarching “Vision for Chabad Schools,” to articulate goals for student outcomes, and to hold ourselves accountable at every step of the way. The Vision is a living document and serves as a basic foundation to build and expound upon.
What are our goalposts as educators, especially when beginning our journey in the classroom? This document outlines 4 areas of teaching proficiency and examples of what proficiency looks like in each area. Use this as your own guidebook to grow as a teacher, or as a point of reference for teacher coaching or supervision.
Chinuch today is more complex than ever with never-before-seen challenges facing our youth. Parents and educators struggle to find way to inspire our children with the same fire and passion that has long sustained Chassidishe Chinuch through the generations. As the greater Chabad community questions and debates how to reinvigorate our Chinuch system, it is imperative to find answers to the core issues we are facing. MEF commissioned JLI’s Machon Shmuel, the Sami Rohr Research Institute division, to study a few of the most pressing Chinuch questions educators face today and draw up a comprehensive report of its findings.