Guiding Research.
Informing Investment.
Advancing Jewish Education.

CASJE is an evolving community dedicated to improving the quality of knowledge used to guide Jewish education. 

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CASJE coordinates the efforts of researchers and leaders in Jewish education, focusing research teams on pressing issues facing the field.

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CASJE supports philanthropic decision-making guided by sound evidence and promotes funding that leads to useable research.

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CASJE engages practitioners to share their experiences and inform the design of agendas for research.

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A multi-year, comprehensive research project addressing the recruitment, retention, and development of educators...

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In our previous article Hebrew Learning in American Public Schools: An Under-the-Radar Educational Experience and...

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The topic of how and why American youth learn modern Hebrew has taken center stage in recent debates in diverse...

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CASJE (Consortium for Applied Studies in Jewish Education) released a request for proposals (RFP) to promote research...

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Dr. Erica Brown writes in "HaYidion" about the importance of mentoring opportunities for Jewish educators who...

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With support from a CASJE small grant and in partnership with the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for the Study...

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The purpose of CASJE is to connect Jewish education researchers, practitioners, and funders. In fields like law and medicine, research informs and improves practice. We believe that research in Jewish education can and should do the same, by better drawing on what we already know about Jewish education and being more thoughtful about what we might learn.

Lee Shulman, Stanford University