Homework: The Battle Continues

Exercise the brain like a muscle or give kids time to work on the family farm? Educators have been debating the effectiveness of homework as a tool for learning for over a century. Support for and against homework has ebbed … Read More

Does a “Loyalty” Tuition Grant Program Work?

Jewish day schools across the country share a mission to educate as many Jewish children in their community as they can. They also share the challenge of finding creative ways to address affordability, reducing barriers to entry, while staying fiscally … Read More

The Heart Knows What Data Can’t Tell Us

We are often asked to produce evidence that supports our educational claims that technology and learning spaces are powerful and necessary tools for the 21st century learner.  According to our research, these tools foster curiosity and creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, … Read More