Career Trajectories of Jewish Educators Study
The CASJE Career Trajectories of Jewish Educators Study was designed to provide usable knowledge about the recruitment, retention and development of Jewish educators.
Learn about the challenges program providers faced in moving to online learning, the positive “silver linings” of the virtual experience, and the longer-term impacts of reimagining how they do their work, along with information on the experiences of and impacts on program participants.
Gain a better understanding how pivoting to distance learning has unfolded for Jewish education and professional development organizations.
Supported by the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Foundation and Jim Joseph Foundation, the Benenson Strategy Group surveyed 1,001 American Jews nationwide, ages 18-40, from June 29 – July 15, 2020
This bulletin focuses on student responses to the question: “Do you feel that remote learning has set your education back in some way?”
Insights into how and what people learn online, as part of a larger conversation about what Jewish education looks like in the 21st century.
The Jim Joseph and William Davidson Foundations have been working diligently over many years on the demanding and pressing issues of Jewish engagement and learning.