Major Grants

Posted on March 22nd, 2010

Brandeis University: DeLeT

Total Awarded:  Up to $3,831,340

Purpose:  To support the recruitment, preparation, placement, and induction of DeLeT cohorts of 10-12 fellows to become Jewish day school teacher-leaders and to further professionalize day school teaching, as well as the provision of professional development for DeLeT mentors. Funding is also provided for the provision of induction support and research activities.  Participants in Brandeis DeLeT earn an MAT degree as well as a Massachusetts state teacher licensure with reciprocal privileges in 45 states.

Brandeis University DeLeT Program

Also see: Hebrew Union College: DeLeT Grant Information 

Grants Awarded

Brandeis University 10/29/2007 Up to $410,000
DeLeT MAT Program 2007-2008 1 year 8 months
Brandeis University 12/7/2008 Up to $524,683
DeLeT MAT Program 2009-2010 1 year
Brandeis University 3/22/2010 Up to $2,447,293
DeLeT MAT Program 2010-2013 3 years
Brandeis University 10/8/2013 Up to $49,364
DeLeT MAT Program 2014-2015 1 year
Brandeis University  12/2/2014 Up to $400,000
DeLeT MAT Program 2014-2015  3.5 years

Strategic priority:

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