The Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas's Center for Jewish Education (CJE) facilitates and convenes the Jewish community on issues pertaining to Jewish education, enriches existing programs, and serves as a catalyst for new initiatives.


The CJE understands that Jewish education is the critical link in ensuring Jewish continuity and the increased engagement of all memebers of the Greater Dallas Jewish community. 

Supporting Jewish Educational Institutions and Educators

Whether instruction takes place in a formal day school, preschool or religious school or the learning happens informally through youth groups, camps and immersive experiences, our community's teachers are given the opportunity for year-round, continuing education programs while the institutions that employ them are provided with needed consultation services and regularly convened to tackle collective challenges and capture shared opportunities.

The Tycher Library Provides Jewish Resources & Programming

Beyond providing access to a wealth of physical and digital resource materials, the library's creative and innovative programs engage thousands of individuals each year.

PJ Library Provides Jewish Books & Jewish Memories

PJ Library sends out 1,900+ books each month at no charge to Dallas families with Jewish children birth - 8 years old, and supplies to local preschool classrooms with materials designed to inspire the love of reading and Jewish identity in our youngest community members.

PJ Our Way

PJ Our Way offers 9-12 year-olds a choice of Jewish themed books and a safe website to upload reviews, videos and blogs. Both PJ subscription opportunities are augmented with regular opportunities to participate in local programming and creative activities that build community among PJ families and invite them to discover opportunities for further Jewish engagement throughout the metroplex.