Chabad Schools International
There are 185 Chabad early childhood centers, 82 Chabad elementary schools, 40 high schools and 27 schools of higher learning in the United States and Canada with an enrollment of over 22,000 Jewish students. That figure represents almost 13 percent of all children attending orthodox Jewish day schools. Keeping track of the statistics and demographic information of these schools requires constant communication with each of the schools and their administrative personal.

Schools Consultations and Visitation
During the School year school visits were paid by Rabbi Kaplan, director of the Chinuch Office to 14 schools, ranging from short visits of a few hours to extensive day long visitations. He has also recruited a group of outstanding educational professional who have particular areas of expertise, to visit schools at his direction and report on their findings and recommendations to the Chinuch Office.

New Early Childhood programs assistance
Early Childhood educational centers provide an opportunity to impact young parents and their children. The Chinuch Office helps Shluchim in the creation of new Early Childhood programs in a variety of ways, from setup and organization to curriculum planning.

New elementary, vocational and yeshiva high schools assistance
The Chinuch Office assists communities which seek to open new Jewish day schools with; advice, personnel placement, curriculum development and eventually with accreditation.
Additionally, the Chinuch Office assists a number of alternative yeshiva high schools which have recently been opened, to make yeshiva education accessible to all Jewish students.