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The Merkos Chinuch - Education Office is a cohesive center for administrators, educators, students and parents of Chabad-Lubavitch educational institutions. It provides professional guidance and service to existing Chabad schools. It assists in the establishment of new schools and provides professional training for educators. This office coordinateds the activities of the Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch, National Accreditation Board, and the International Board of License.
*School Information, Statistics and Coordination
The Chinuch Office maintains regular contact with all Chabad schools. It gathers statistics and keeps track of demographic information, and is thus able to coordinate a variety of activities and services.
*School Consultations and Visitations
The Chinuch Office consults with schools across the English speaking world. It provides professional visitations, evaluation and guidance which help schools deal with their challenges and concerns.
The Chinuch Office offers a series of comprehensive courses in education, through the Machon L'Shlichus. As it learns of schools' personnel needs, both educational and administrative, it recommends and places personnel from among the Machon graduates.
The Chinuch Office has a library of printed curriculum materials for the benefit of schools and educators. The library also has a tape recording collection of many varied educational lectures which educators may borrow and if they so desire, duplicate.
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