Davidson's Dr. Ofra Backenroth and Dr. Alex Sinclair describe the expertise and knowledge necessary to be a successful Israel educator.
"These are exciting times for those interested in Israel education. New initiatives abound, and increased attention is being paid to the training and credentialing of Israel educators. Indeed, as Lisa Eisen and Chip Edelsberg noted in their recent essay on eJewishPhilanthropy, the iCenter's report Mapping the Landscape sets the goal that by 2020, there will be 1,000 skilled, certified and employed Israel educators working in the field."
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