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Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies partners with the Melton Centre for Jewish Education at Hebrew U

Educators can use their classwork at Pardes to receive credits from the Hebrew University.

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Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies—a diverse and intellectually challenging Jewish learning community that is based in Jerusalem with programs worldwide—announced a new partnership with the Melton Centre for Jewish Education at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Educators in Pardes’ Jewish Studies In-Service Teacher Training Program (JSITT), which trains Jewish-studies teachers at day schools in classroom pedagogy, can now use their JSITT learning (four credits worth) towards a master’s degree in Jewish education from Hebrew University.

“Hebrew University is a globally recognized name with leading scholars in education,” said Aviva Lauer of Pardes. “Now more than ever, we believe that Jewish learning is vital to creating a vibrant Jewish future. We are thrilled to help our Jewish educators access the incredible resources of the Melton Centre at Hebrew U. and earn a world-class M.A. to support their careers.”

For more information, see: www.pardes.org.il/jewish-studies-in-service-teacher-training-program

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The Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies (www.pardes.org.il) is an open, inclusive, diverse and intellectually challenging Jewish learning community based in Jerusalem with programs worldwide. Pardes cultivates a life-long love of Jewish learning, the Jewish people and Israel. Pardes inspires engagement in Jewish life—as communal and spiritual leaders, educators and active participants.
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