Baltimore Jewish Times covered the Jewish Education Innovation Challenge’s 2019 Innovators Retreat, which was held in Baltimore on May 15-16, 2019.
This article highlighted the role JEIC has been playing in the day school field to improve the quality of Jewish education in day schools across North America.Read More
Manette Mayberg brings a strong voice to the pursuit of radically improving the quality of Jewish education in day schools across North America.
Read her interview with Kol HaBirah: Voice of the Capital to discover the values and vision that guide her commitment to distinguishing Judaic Studies and the important work JEIC is doing with its partners and grantees to achieve this goal.
Chevy Chase, MD -- The Jewish Education Innovation Challenge's (JEIC) 2018 Innovators Retreat brought together almost 100 Jewish day school change agents at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center on April 25-26, 2018, for robust discussions about how to create more effective Jewish day schools and radically improve students' Judaic studies learning experiences.
Day school educators, philanthropists, academics, policy makers and parents participated in a unique dialogue aimed at "Connecting the Dots," which was the theme for JEIC's 6th annual Innovators Retreat.Read More
The Mayberg Foundation is pleased to announce that esteemed Jewish day school educator, Sharon Freundel, will join the Jewish Education Innovation Challenge (JEIC) leadership team as Managing Director effective July, 2018, and will begin transitioning into the role in February, 2018. Sharon will work closely with Rabbi Shmuel Feld, who will serve as JEIC’s Founding Director. Together they will expand JEIC’s focus from stimulating development of dynamic educational models to include ongoing work with schools pursuing program integration and sustainable culture change.
Read the Washington Jewish Week article on Sharon Freundel's appointment.