Tamar Snyder writing in The Jewish Week:
…we don’t have to choose among “innovation,” “education” and “basic needs,” says Jumpstart’s Landres. “Innovation is not in and of itself an outcome; it’s the way we identify new outcomes and come up with new paths to outcomes. It will be innovators of all ages, in all kinds of organizations, who will find solutions for meeting basic needs and advancing Jewish education in the 21st century.”
from Philadelphia Business Journal:
For the first time since ground was broken nearly two years ago on the National Museum of American Jewish History, the building has finally reached a state where its full maturity can be visualized.