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With over 35 years of experience in the fields of education and school psychology, both in Israel and the U.S., Dr. Tani Foger is excited to be appointed to be the first principal of Yeshivat He’Atid. Dr. Foger is proud to lead the educational and administrative team at He’Atid—an innovative Jewish day school with a forward-thinking, groundbreaking, educational model that, she feels, is changing the face of Jewish education as we know it. “The rotational model, predicated on small group and differentiated instruction, is compatible with all student learning styles,” says Dr. Foger. “This revolutionary approach to Jewish education will enable our students to succeed in their studies, grow as individuals and blossom as Jews.”

Mrs. Toby Barg, Yeshivat He’Atid’s new Director of Secular Studies Curriculum and Instruction, is excited to implement S.T.E.A.M. and project-based learning programs in the school’s unique rotational model. Mrs. Barg, an educator with 25 years of day school experience, feels that He’Atid’s blended learning model is designed to provide students with maximum opportunities for small group instruction and student-teacher interactions.

Mashie Kopelowitz (not pictured), a Jewish educator with over 30 years of experience in day schools in the U.S. and Israel, is proud to join the team at Yeshivat He’Atid as its first Director of Judaic Studies Curriculum and Instruction. Mrs. Kopelowitz is excited to further a project-based approach to Judaic studies. She is piloting a new Navi online learning program for elementary-level students and looks forward to partnering with educators and innovators at the Center for Educational Technology in Israel.

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