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Eight Communities and Local Organizations Selected for Major Study on the Recruitment, Retention, and Development of Educators in Jewish Settings in North America

CASJE-supported researchers will partner with local organizations to survey and interview educators Eight communities and local organizations have been selected to participate in the first strand of a three-part, comprehensive research [...]

Eight Communities and Local Organizations Selected for Major Study on the Recruitment, Retention, and Development of Educators in Jewish Settings in North America2020-01-29T09:35:59+02:00

Onward Israel

Each summer, thousands of North American college-age students experience daily life in Israel—and what it takes to succeed there professionally—through Onward Israel’s two-month professional internship in Israel. More than 12,000 young [...]

Onward Israel2019-10-29T01:12:02+02:00

Promote Dialogue: Next Steps as We Navigate Education Challenges in Training for Effective Jewish Leadership

by Mark Young - This article was initially published on the blog of the Jim Joseph Foundation. Click here to view the original.As part of the Jim Joseph Foundation’s investment in [...]

Promote Dialogue: Next Steps as We Navigate Education Challenges in Training for Effective Jewish Leadership2019-08-20T09:39:40+02:00

Jewish Education in the FSU: Assuring Continuity in Partnership with the Pincus Fund for Jewish Education

by Anya Segal - “Jewish education in the Former Soviet Union.” Only some 30 years ago, the phrase was a mere oxymoron. Formal Jewish education in the USSR had been [...]

Jewish Education in the FSU: Assuring Continuity in Partnership with the Pincus Fund for Jewish Education2019-08-20T09:39:46+02:00