Day Schools

The Macks Center for Jewish Education offers opportunities for school professionals and educators to learn best practices to promote institutional excellence and achieve student success. The CJE’s programs include engaging workshops, leadership and curriculum cohorts, technology networks and more.

Mariposa Child Success Program (MCSP) is a unique and effective program for managing student relationships and reducing disruptive student behavior, including bullying.  Its mission is to help children succeed by accelerating their development of social–emotional competence and social-emotional skills and thereby further their academic achievement and realization of healthy and productive lives as adults.

Mariposa’s core training program for educators involve eight, two hours sessions spaced one or two weeks apart, and on line coaching between sessions.

Contact Amian Kelemer or 410.735.5007 for more information.

Jewish New Teacher Project (JNTP)
Now forming a New Administrators' Cohort and Teacher Mentorship Program for 2017/18!
Learn about the new programs here: More Information
Complete the application and let us know that you are interested here: JNTP Interest Form

Professional Development Workshops
CJE presents a wide-variety of professional development workshops to meet day school educators’ ever-changing needs. Programs address relevant topics including parent communication, class management, assessment, instruction, content and the needs of diverse families.
CEUs are available, when possible.

Title Funding Consultations
Individual consultations are available to help schools take advantage of available public funds for in-school professional development programs. CJE staff guides school administrators to navigate the complex application process, helping schools identify and apply for public money. CJE has helped Baltimore schools access over $1 million in public assets. For assistance, contact Amian Kelemer at or 410-735-5007.

Funding for professional development opportunities>> 

CJE is an agency funded by THE ASSOCIATED: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore.