In the past year, Matan has trained over 3,000 Jewish leaders and educators, enabling them to welcome and support diverse learners in formal and informal Jewish education programs. At least 90,000 Jewish students – from Detroit to Dallas, Cherry Hill to Chicago and beyond -experience classrooms and camps that are conducive to different learning needs because of Matan’s efforts. By strengthening the capacity of Jewish institutions across North America to support and sustain more educationally varied programs, Matan is expanding the Jewish community’s ability to fulfill the obligation to include all children in their Jewish educational birthright.

Illustration: 700 hours of inclusion coaching with illustration of clock; 3,000 educators trained with illustration of male teacher in front of blackboard; 90,000 students benefitted with three rows of unisex figures (top in blue; middle in red, bottom row in orange); globe illustration with words across North America… just in the past year!