The Jewish Educator Awards provide K-12 education professionals involved in the Jewish and secular education of BJE (Builders of Jewish Education)-affiliated day schools of Greater Los Angeles with public recogniztion and a significant financial prize.
The goals of the Jewish Educator Awards are:
Each year, the Jewish Educator Awards offers four awards of $15,000 each to the educators who demonstrate excellence as teachers, administrators or other education professionals. The Jewish Educator Award recipients are selected by a committee consisting of educators, professional and lay leaders from the Jewish community who possess a long-standing concern for and involvement with Jewish school education.
New to the awards is a student essay prize. In 2010, the Jewish Educator Awards created a student essay component that awards two students, one in elementary/middle school and one in high school, with recognition and a financial prize for excellence in writing in the form of a school scholarship and recongition luncheon.
To learn more about the Program, please visit www.jewisheducatorawards.org
March 03, 2017
Southern California Public Radio