Education

Ellen Maiseloff
October 1, 2014

Ellen Maiseloff: Truly a Special Educator

A passionate and compassionate educator, Ellen Maiseloff likes solving puzzles. Even as a student teacher, she chose the path that would challenge her beyond the standard curriculum — to work with children with learning disabilities.

Feature_PJ Library
September 1, 2014

Building Jewish Foundations

Last year, it was the new program that started parents talking. This year it's a full grown curriculum on the Jewish stories we tell our children

Moms Mission to Israel
September 1, 2014

From Here to Maternity

Modeled after Taglit-Birthright Israel, the concept was born of a bold vision: to bring Israel home and inspire Jewish continuity in every day family life.

Imagine
August 1, 2014

Inspiring Young Inventors

Hillel Day School students get their introduction to creative problem solving in the school's new maker space.

To Be or Not to be In Detroit
June 1, 2014

Next for Michigan College Students

The event was a first – organized primarily for Jewish college students on the cusp of graduation, making those first critical choices – to stay in Michigan – to come to Detroit – or to chose otherwise in pursuit of opportunities elsewhere.

Richard Bachmann
April 1, 2014

From Leipzig to Jewish Detroit

A visit to the Holocaust Center with Richard Bachmann, an extraordinary volunteer

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