Consortium of Special Educators in Central Agencies for Jewish Education: Newsletter no.17, Spring 2006

By Martin Schloss, Linda Zimmerman, Shayna Levine-Hefetz, Sandy Miller-Jacobs

Jewish Education Service of North America (JESNA), Spring 2006

The newsletter of the Consortium of Special Educators in Central Agencies for Jewish Education (now called the Jewish Special Education International Consortium), which was developed to strengthen special education through central agencies for Jewish education and to provide a context in which communities' special educators can build a professional network. This issue's topics include the consortium's historical perspective, technology, advocacy, professional development, an interfaith disability network, deaf education, day schools, preschools, sensory education, bar/bat mitzvah classes, parent workshops, sensitivity training, literacy, and others. Newsletter of the Consortium of Special Educators in Central Agencies for Jewish Education, no.17, Spring 2006.

Topic: Educators, Professional Associations, Education, Jewish Organizations, Disability and Special Needs, Teachers

Name of Publication: Consortium of Special Educators in Central Agencies for Jewish Education

Volume/Issue: Newsletter no. 17

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Language: English

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Schloss, Martin. Zimmerman, Linda. Levine-Hefetz, Shayna. Miller-Jacobs, Sandy. Consortium of Special Educators in Central Agencies for Jewish Education: Newsletter no.17, Spring 2006. Consortium of Special Educators in Central Agencies for Jewish Education. Jewish Education Service of North America (JESNA). Spring 2006: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=637


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