Please submit sites dealing with broad Jewish education topics. More specific topics should be submitted to the appropriate sub-categories.
Source for free resources to Jewish community, Judaism, religious items, and books.
Central agency for Jewish education in Los Angeles, providing information on Jewish schools, programs, personnel and employment services.
Supports the development, implementation, and coordination of Jewish educational programs and services for all ages. Miami, Florida.
Jewish educational tools including computer software, books, adult and family education, and special needs workshops.
Importer and distributor of books and teaching aids for the instruction of the Hebrew language and Jewish culture, representing institutions in Israel.
Resource center for students providing information and links to programs and Jewish study in Israel including scholarships, publications, and tours.
Educational resource site including Hebrew learning tools, Jewish trivia, and Bar/Bat Mitzvah information.
The Jewish Federation's educational coordinating, planning, and development agency.
Information on Jewish education and programs in the Philadelphia area.
An online sourcebook of documents and notes for the course, "Judaism in the Modern Age," given by the University of Calgary.
Charitable organisation promoting Jewish education through conferences, discussion groups, publications, and events throughout the year.
Provides the weekly parsha by different Rabbis in addition to commentary and a section on books.
A net of institutions for Jewish education, focusing on social justice and Jewish unity. Founded in 1983 by Rabbi Shlomo Riskin.
Provides a pool of educational materials for teachers and educators around the world.
The Cambridge University Library's online database of the Genizah collection, dealing with the medieval world of the Mediterranean area.
Publishers of educational materials, as well as parent and teacher resources.
Encyclopedia article on education in Judaism including both formal and informal education.
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