Sending My Daughter to Jewish Preschool Reconnected Me with My Roots

By Rebecca Rolland My daughter Sophie will be 3 this November. My husband Philippe and I have decided to let her start half-day preschool (she’s begged). Still, we’re late starting to look at options. I can’t settle on anything, and as a doctoral student in education, I fear my knowledge of the research—my vise-grip on “how […]

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The Big Decision

Personal narrative from a Jewish woman married to a Catholic man about deciding whether to send their son to a Jewish preschool or not.

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Toddlers as Teachers?

News article on several interfaith families who discuss the benefits of sending their children to Jewish preschools.

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Our Braided Heritage

Personal narrative from a Jewish woman married to a black man about how Jewish preschool is giving their daughter a strong Jewish identity.

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Growing Number of Non-Jews Teach the Aleph-Bet at Preschool

News article about the increasing population of non-Jewish teachers and students at Jewish preschools.

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