The Shoolman Graduate School of Jewish Education provides educators with the opportunity to develop and explore innovative ways to transform Jewish education to keep up with technological, sociological and psychological needs of today's learners.
Students may pursue either a Master of Jewish Education or a joint MJEd and Master of Arts in Jewish Studies, as well as a number of professional certificates in Jewish education. Every program can be completed entirely online via our award-winning distance-learning courses.
The Shoolman School, in association with Combined Jewish Philanthropies, provides professional development services for the Jewish community and further afield in the areas of special education, congregational education, early childhood education and experiential education.
Our graduates teach and lead in day schools, congregational schools, youth groups and camps throughout the country.
Hebrew College's Early Childhood Institute, founded in 1987, is dedicated to expanding an deepening the Judaic and pedagogic knowledge and skills of early childhood educators. Our certificate, degree and professional-development programs reach out to many communities within and beyond the Greater Boston area.