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Holy Rollers
Acorn - October 1, 2014

MANY HANDS MAKE LIGHT WORK—A group of fifth-graders from Temple Adat Elohim Holly Rollers unrolls the Torah on Sept. 28 in the synagogue’s sanctuary in Thousand Oaks. Because the holy text is written on parchment, the scroll must be unfurled every few months for preservation. The students complete the task under the guidance of Rabbi Barry Diamond and religious school director Marcy Goldberg.

Lessons in earthquake preparedness - Executive Director Aliza Goland comments about TAE readiness
The Jewish Journal, by Ryan Torok - January 15, 2014

If Los Angeles’ Jewish day schools are prepared for a major earthquake, they have the accreditation requirements of BJE-Builders of Jewish Education, an umbrella organization for local Jewish education, in large part to thank.


Kudos for the Best in Jewish Ed
February 22, 2009

The Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Los Angeles recognized five local Jewish educators as outstanding teachers. Recipients of the Lainer Distinguished Jewish Educator Awards, presented at a religious school educators’ conference Jan. 18, received cash awards of $2,500. The recipients are: ... David Rosenblum, a teacher at Temple Adat Elohim’s religious school in Thousand Oaks, who was convinced by his wife, Marla — a teacher at Adat Elohim’s preschool and a past recipient of the Lainer Award — to share his strong background in and passion for Judaism at the school.

Re-Imagining Jewish Education
Building Jewish Education (BJE) - 2009

The BJE is proud to bring the RE-IMAGINE Project to Los Angeles, delivered in partnership with The Experiment in Congregational Education (ECE) of the Rhea Hirsch School of Education (RHSOE), HUC-JIR in Los Angeles. ECE has worked with congregations across the movements to foster synagogue and educational transformation with 41 congregations in New York, congregations in San Francisco, Kansas City, and nationwide.


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