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The Fall issue of JData Revealed is dedicated to comparison data in the day school world. Day School Vitality presents two years' of findings from our financial benchmarking project. Schools can see where they stood vis-à-vis other schools in 2015-2016. And, for the first time, they can see how their rate of growth---whether in enrollment, fundraising, endowment, or cost per student---compares with that of their peer schools. The day school executive salary report also provides useful comparison data. In a competitive arena, knowledge of what is normative and what is possible is highly valuable for assessing a school or camp's performance and actions.
Updated: Oct. 05, 2016
In this issue of JData Revealed, we present findings from the Summer 2013 annual camp census. Eight headlines summarize key trends in enrollment, staffing, and budgets. In addition to overall growth in the Jewish overnight camp world, you will see a 'Tale of Two Camps'---- a recognition that while many camps are growing, some are not. The census is based on the 150 overnight camps that come under the Foundation for Jewish Camp (FJC) umbrella. These camps have all met a set of criteria for inclusion. Summer 2013 continued the growth of previous years with a 2.6% increase in the number of campers at the 150 nonprofit Jewish overnight camps in JData. These camps served over 70,000 campers this past summer.
Updated: Mar. 26, 2014
JData recently published its inaugural issue of JData Revealed, a monthly newsletter with information and ideas from JData.com. Developed at Brandeis University with the generous support of the Jim Joseph Foundation, JData is a public repository of information about the organizations that comprise the Jewish education system in North America. This issue contains articles about the 2010 data from the world of Jewish summer camp----enrollments, budgets, staffing, and other data that define the size, shape, and health of the field. These data were retrieved on August 15, 2011. Note that JData is a dynamic system and numbers may change as more data are entered.
Updated: Sep. 06, 2011
JData.com is a groundbreaking online database offering Jewish educators across North America unprecedented high-quality, reliable, and practical information. Sponsored by the Jim Joseph Foundation and operated by the Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies at Brandeis University, JData allows educational organizations to enter their data into a standardized profile form and to easily produce reports and analyses based on both their own organizations' data and the aggregated data of comparable organizations across North America. This previously inaccessible information can be used in planning, communications, public relations, and recruitment.
Updated: Oct. 30, 2010