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Lori Binder, Associate Head of School at Gray Academy of Jewish Education, recently completed the Day School Leadership Training Institute (DSLTI), an intensive training program for educators of all Jewish denominations presented by the William Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education of The Jewish Theological Seminary.

The current cohort of DSLTI fellows includes a mix of educational leaders from Conservative, Reform, Reconstructionist, Orthodox, and community Jewish Day Schools.
“Our fellows represent a broad range of North American Jewry,” says Dr. Ray Levi, director of DSLTI. “What they have in common is their tremendous intellectual gifts, commitment to educational excellence, and desire to serve and perpetuate the Jewish people. Their diversity enriches every aspect of the institute and provides a living laboratory for Jewish pluralism.”
“This is an incredible opportunity for Gray Academy of Jewish Education,” says Rory Paul, Head of School and CEO for the Winnipeg Board of Jewish Education. “Having someone with Lori’s expertise on staff, leading us toward being a premiere 21st Century school ensures our future and our community’s future.”
Participants in DSLTI join a network of more than 100 alumni serving in senior leadership positions in Jewish day schools throughout the United States and Canada. Each graduate has access to continuing professional development and networking opportunities.