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“Saying Thanks: Dimensions of Gratitude” by Eliezer Schnall, PhD, Judy Sokolow, EdD, and Moshe Sokolow, PhD. is the latest of the Azrieli Papers, Yeshiva University – Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration’s ongoing series of monographs dedicated to the dissemination of the latest thinking in topics related to teaching and research in Jewish education.
Published: 2019
Updated: Sep. 11, 2019
With the homeschooling movement in America expanding rapidly, a growing number of Jewish education-minded families are keeping their kids home. They include parents wary of formal classroom settings, families who live far from Jewish day schools or schools that comport with their religious orientation or values, and parents seeking to give their kids a Jewish education without paying parochial school tuition.
Published: 2019
Updated: Sep. 11, 2019
CASJE (Consortium for Applied Studies in Jewish Education) released a request for proposals (RFP) to promote research that can make a difference in how Jewish education is practiced. Up to two grants up to $30,000 each will be awarded to stimulate time-concentrated research that is clearly connected to one of CASJE’s areas of focus, and that will apply to the practice of Jewish education. Areas of inquiry currently supported by CASJE include: Jewish educational leadership, Jewish early childhood education, Hebrew language education, Israel education, and the career trajectories of Jewish educators.
Published: 2019
Updated: Sep. 05, 2019
There are some things that families are uniquely positioned to do. They can pass down heritage and tradition in ways that can only resonate within the family unit. As shown in our Gen Z Now report — the largest research study of teens in North America — our youth are overwhelmingly positive about the family’s role in ensuring that which is important is carried forth from generation to generation.
Published: 2019
Updated: Aug. 28, 2019