Programs

Jewish Education Programs »

Gateways delivers dynamic Jewish educational programs for students with special needs through our free-standing Sunday school, bar/bat mitzvah training, and inclusive teen youth group. »»»

Jewish Day School Programs »

The Gateways Day School Programs provide support and services to students with a range of learning needs in 11 Boston-area Jewish day schools.  Gateways employs a team of skilled speech/language therapists, occupational therapists and learning specialists to integrate personalized services within each day school. »»»

Jewish educators attending professional development workshop

Center for Professional Learning

Gateways believes that professional development for teachers is vital for school success, teacher satisfaction, and student learning. The Gateways approach to professional development provides the foundation for teachers and administrators in Jewish education settings to meet the wide range of needs of the students in their classrooms.Learn more »

Students with puzzle pieces

Ambassadors for Inclusion

The Ambassadors for Inclusion (AFI) program gives day school and congregational school students in grades K-12  the opportunity to learn about physical and cognitive differences in a safe environment.  Every AFI experience is grounded in Judaism, and facilitators weave Jewish texts and values into all aspects of the program.Learn more »

Teen Volunteer Programs »

Gateways provides a number of meaningful volunteer opportunities to teens through placement in our Sunday Program, Mitzvah Mensches youth group, and Teen Madrichim Training Programs in congregational schools throughout Greater Boston. »»»

Jewish Programs in the Community

Gateways Community Services provides Congregational and Community Schools (C&CS) as well as Preschools and Early Learning Centers (ELC), access to consultation, coaching, professional development, and support services in the greater Boston area. We work in collaboration with these Jewish education programs to enable students with a wide range of learning needs to participate and succeed in school.Learn more »