MaToK is the Torah Curriculum of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism’s Department of Education and the Jewish Theological Seminary’s Melton Research Center. Read more »
The Schechter Day School Network sends out a bi-weekly e-newsletter. See archive »
The Schechter Day School Network has published source book on water and Judaism, Mekor Hayyim, (the Source of Life) developed and compiled by Rabbi Lawrence Troster. This book contains biblical, rabbinic and modern texts and citations that can be used in diverse ways for teaching and learning, and applied in a wide variety of settings, such as day school classrooms, student environmental initiatives, Shabbatonim, youth groups and summer camps.
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Member schools of the Schechter Day School Network often find it useful to consult documents that appear in the Parent and Student Handbooks or Faculty Resource Guides and Board of Trustees Handbooks of other schools in the Schechter network. We post samples from schools that have generously sent their statements in the spirit of collegial and collaborative sharing.
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Additional Miscellaneous Resources
Towards A Theory of Practice for Conducting Services
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Resources to learn about Conservative Judaism
Rabbi Bradley Shavit-Artson, “Conservative Judaism: Covenant and Commitment“
Rabbi Elliot Dorff, Conservative Judaism: Our Ancestors to Our Descendants.
Publisher: United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism; Revised Edition. edition (1998)
Rabbi David Golinkin, “Halakhah for Our Time: A Conservative Approach to Jewish Law“.
Publisher: United Synagogue Book Service (March 1992)
Neil Gillman, Conservative Judaism.
Publisher: Behrman House (July 1, 1993)