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Climbing the Hill

By Tamar Davis, Chief Executive Officer , January 22, 2021

Confronting Student Anxiety Head-On

By Jake Gallinger, Principal, Bialik Hebrew Day School in Toronto, Ontario , January 16, 2019


s (CJP) created and funded the Special Needs Department at the Bureau of Jewish Education (BJE), which focused on providing professional development, advocacy and grants to Jewish congregational and community schools and preschools. At the same time, two grassroots organizations formed: Etgar L&rsqu

Board of Trustees 2020-2021

worked at the Kehillath Israel Nursery School and The Boston Children’s Museum. She previously served on the board of the CAC (Children’s Advocacy Center) of Suffolk County and Congregation Shaarei Tefillah of Newton Center. She was on the original board of Etgar L’Noar.

Staff Profiles

Davis, Chief Executive OfficerAs a person born with a disability and the daughter of a rabbi, Tamar is keenly aware of the value of volunteerism and advocacy within and on behalf of the Jewish community, which is evident in both her professional and lay leadership career choices. Tamar comes to the

Community Events and Resources

ents, see the SPED Child & Teen Massachusetts page. See the end of the list for repeating events such as weekly or monthly social groups and self-advocacy training. Sunday, July 17, 20161:00PM-2:30PMJF&CS offices1430 Main StreetWaltham, MA Cost: Free Chaverim Chaim: Friends for Life Pr

Jewish Disability Awareness & Inclusion Month

anthropy worldwide. Their blog, Zeh Lezeh (For One Another) brings a thoughtful and active window to the world of disability inclusion. Autistic Self-Advocacy Network - Founded by Ari Ne'eman, recipient of the 2014 Morton E. Ruderman Award in Inclusion, the motto of ASAN is Nothing About Us Without