Hebrew Public works with a wide range of partners who help us accomplish our mission:
American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) dedicated to the improvement and expansion of the teaching and learning of all languages at all levels of instruction. ACTFL is an individual membership organization of more than 12,500 language educators, students, and administrators.
Independent Charities of America awards its Seal of Excellence to nonprofit charitable organizations that meet the highest standards of public accountability, program effectiveness, and cost effectiveness.
Middlebury College Language Schools educates undergraduate and graduate students from many disciplines and institutions all over the United States (and the world) who seek to improve their world languages and intercultural skills. They provide these students with consistent and dependable access to languages in an interactive, intensive-immersion environment.
National Coalition for Diverse Charter Schools is a coalition of charter schools that have racially, culturally, and socioeconomically diverse student populations.
Talma brings together American and Israeli teachers who work in an effective team-teaching format, with each class taught by one American teacher and one Israeli teacher. Leveraging the best practices of US English-language instruction, TALMA teachers engage their students in a fun, caring and productive way.
Teacher’s College in a variety of ways TC helps Hebrew Public: staff development; our teachers attend calendar days, administrator/leadership work, and participation in institutes held throughout the year.
Teacher’s College Reading and Writing Project helps young people become avid and skilled readers, writers, and inquirers. We accomplish this goal through research, curriculum development, and through working shoulder-to-shoulder with students, teachers, and school leaders.
Chess NYC believes in emphasizing sport and fun and providing as much chess instruction as a child can bear…but not overload…by providing supervised, spirited play, each student associates Chess with fun, and therefore larger numbers of them ultimately excel or at least become proficient in the great, significant, game of chess.
International Baccalaureate Organization is an international educational foundation headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland founded in 1968, that supports schools and teachers to provide a rigorous, high-quality education, offering professional development that improves pedagogy and leadership.
Robot Revolution Robotics brings STEM to life; requires problem solving both in a cerebral logical method (programming) and in a physical way (mechanical engineering). The platform shows how mathematics, science, and engineering principles are needed to solve problems; with a goal to fuel enthusiasm for learning every chance we get.
Salvadori supports Hebrew Public ‘s STEM initiatives. Salvadori students understand how math and science are relevant to their lives by participating in collaborative, hands-on project-based learning.