New Research from CASJE Shows Importance of Teachers’ Relationships, Decision-Making Authority Findings from the first part of a three-year study identify the conditions that can support effective educational leadership in Jewish day schools. Commissioned by CASJE (the C … [Read more...] about Seven Keys for Success of Jewish Day School Leaders Unveiled in New Study
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By H. Glenn Rosenkrantz Searching for a part-time Jewish education program for their two young daughters some years ago, Elizabeth Lenhard and her husband knew that they wanted their kids to find being Jewish a joyful experience. “Community and identity - is fun and joyful,” Le … [Read more...] about The Start-Up Nature of Jewish Afterschool Programming
By Nathan J. Vaughan Data is rapidly becoming a "term of the day." Big data, constituent record data, donor data. Today Jewish organizations are gathering information more systematically and efficiently than ever before. Yet, the goals of data collection for many Jewish … [Read more...] about ANNOUNCING … the Jewish School Census
By Yedida Bessemer I love GPS, and especially my WAZE app. It keeps track of “milestones” and gives me the step-by-step directions I need to reach my destination. It also provides alternate routes if I wish to avoid the freeway or traffic. Similar to GPS, Standards and Ben … [Read more...] about Israel Education: Where are We Going and How are We Getting There?
No matter which Jewish summer camp children attend, they will likely come away with the message that Hebrew is a part of Jewish life. By Sharon Avni, Sarah Bunin Benor and Jonathan Krasner “Chanichim, follow your madrichim to the teatron for peulat erev.” For those not c … [Read more...] about Hebrew at Camp is about Connection, Not Proficiency: Results of a New Survey