Education 3.0 | Innovation and Challenges in Israeli Educati...

Education 3.0 | Innovation and Challenges in Israeli Education - Nov.5

November 5, 2019

The Society for Advancement of Education, Jerusalem (SAE) and American Friends of Kidum cordially invite you to attend EDUCATION 3.0 | Innovation and Challenges in Israeli Education with Keynote SpeakerDr. Cheryl Fishbein, President of the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York and Closing SpeakerProfessor Moshe Halbertal, Professor of Philosophy at the Hebrew University and Gruss Professor at NYU Law School 

Experts from the US and Israel will discuss the latest educational innovations in Haredi and Arab Society in Israel and the challenges of ensuring gender equality. 

Sessions: 

Cultivating Visionary Education - 

An interview with Eitan Moran, Executive Director, Society for Advancement of Education, Jerusalem by Roni Rubinstein 

Where Vision Meets Impact - 

Conversation between Debbie Niderberg, Executive Director, George Rohr Foundation and representatives of UJA Federation of NY 

Advancing Leadership and Excellence among Arab Youth 

  • Liron Shoham, Executive Director, Inter-Agency Task Force on Israeli Arab Issues 

  • Khadiji Taha, Mentor of School Management Development, Avnei Rasha Institute 

  • Ali Haider, Adv., Director of Initiatives and Projects in the Arab Society, SAE 

Advancing Gender Equality in the Educational Arena 

  • Prof. Shulamit Reinhartz, Jacob Potofsky Professor Emerita in Sociology, Brandeis University 

  • Shelley Klein, Project Manager New Models in Gender Equity at the Jewish Education Project 

  • Yael Boim-Fein, Director of the Israeli Institute for Gender Equality in Education, SAE 

Creating Educational Bridges to Integrate Ultra-orthodox students into Israeli Society 

  • Shana Novick, Former Executive Director, Hebrew Free Loans Society 

  • Rabbi Ysoscher Katz, Chair, Department of Talmud, Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School 

  • Rabbi Bezalel Cohen, Founder of Hachmey Lev Yeshiva 

Refreshments and lunch will be served 

Admission is free, space is limited, advanced reservations required. Tickets will be held at the door. 

REGISTER HERE 

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