Community Coalition for Jewish Education

Community Coalition for Jewish Education (CCJE) supports the Jewish education endeavors of local Jewish day schools, supplementary Jewish educational programs, and congregations. Additionally, CCJE provides curriculum resources, teacher trainings, conference stipends, special programming, consultation, and networking opportunities for local Jewish educators.

Initiatives of CCJE:

  • An extensive resource room with a laminating machine, die cutter, books, tried-and-true programs, and many more resources!
  • Frequent teacher-training sessions to address the needs of both new and experienced educators
  • Principals and early childhood directors support networks
  • Organization of Israel educational opportunities throughout the community for students, teens, and other local participants involving the Eshkol Region, our partnership area in Israel
  • Support to community agencies providing Jewish education of all types (i.e., adult, informal, supplementary, day school, indirect education)
  • Educational programming to bring supplementary school students of common ages together

Online Resources for Educators:

Jewish Education Project:

Jewish educator resources portal:

The Network for Innovation in Part-Time Jewish Education:

Young children songs, stories, tot shabbat, Shababa:

The Box:


JECC Online resources for educators marketplace:

Rituals for literally everything:

Want to create your own Haggadah?

Online resources for educators:

Kids learning sheets and games:

Facebook network group for people passionate about Jewish education:

URJ resource gallery of B’nai Mitzvah innovations and cutting edge approaches to B’nai Mitzvah.

BimBam for educators:


 For more information about CCJE, contact:

KB Goodkin

(518) 783-7800 ext. 222



Educator Grant Application for Reimbursement

A local teacher in the CCJE Room holding a Torah outline made from the di-cut machine
A room full of children and adults with a village in the middle built out of legos
One young man playing an accordian and one playing a guitar with a music stand in front of them