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Harry Bloom of PEJE tells of some innovative approaches adopted by savvy Heads of School and Boards of day schools in order to overcome the marked fall off in day school enrollment over the last years. An increasing number of these schools are going on the growth offensive and investing in three strategies.
Updated: Oct. 26, 2014
At the YU School Partnership, we have adopted the principle of “stress testing” relative to helping ensure our Jewish day schools can sustain themselves under challenging conditions. The findings from our Benchmarking program with fifty Jewish day schools indicates that over half of our schools need to work on improving their scores!
Updated: Aug. 30, 2013
Lots of Small Sections and Efficiency Too? The Economic Case for Building Competency in Blended Classroom + Online Learning
Dr. Harry Bloom addresses the day school tuition crisis, pointing out that a key challenge to school productivity is thinly populated class sections. An emerging powerful solution is for schools to build their competency in blended classroom instruction and online instruction to enable fewer, larger sections coincident with more individualized instruction and high quality student learning.
Updated: Nov. 13, 2012
Harry Bloom, manager of the YU School Partnership’s division of Planning and Performance Improvement, shares some of the work he is doing to help Jewish day schools develop active strategies to increase their sustainability in the communities of Bergen County, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Chicago and Cleveland. He relates here particularly how he is trying to figure out how to leverage community power in these five communities to increase revenue and efficiencies. This work is generously supported by The AVI CHAI Foundation and local Federations and Foundations in the communities.
Updated: Jul. 15, 2012
A first-of-its-kind national study, conducted by the Institute for University-School Partnership at Yeshiva University, surveyed the presidents of Jewish day schools and found that a key to more affordable schools rests with improving board functioning in two critical areas: financial planning and fundraising.
Updated: Aug. 03, 2009