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Miriam Shaviv bemoans the 'brain-drain' of many of the UK's top educational talent to Jewish schools in the US, Canada and Australia. Although, Jewish school enrollment in the UK has doubled to 26,000 in the last decades, top Jewish school educators do not enjoy professional support and pay as do their colleagues abroad. Thus many of them are lured to leave the UK to head top Jewish institutions abroad.
Updated: Aug. 09, 2012
In her series of proposals to transform the British Jewish community, Miriam Shaviv writes of her father's idea to create a UK Centre for Jewish Education. This would be a national in-service training and resource centre serving all schools and would produce curricular and teaching materials. Under the direction of a small permanent staff, teams of teachers could be seconded to the centre to work on practical projects.
Updated: Apr. 21, 2010