CASJE coordinates the efforts of researchers and leaders in Jewish education, focusing research teams on pressing issues facing the field.
CASJE supports philanthropic decision-making guided by sound evidence and promotes funding that leads to useable research.
CASJE engages practitioners to share their experiences and inform the design of agendas for research.
Washington, DC – CASJE (Collaborative for Applied Studies in Jewish Education) today announced that Benjamin…
Reviewing the CASJE Career Trajectories Study: First Readers Group
The “Mapping the Market” (MTM) strand of CASJE’s study of Recruitment, Retention and Development of Jewish Educators…
Our founder, William Davidson, understood the lifelong impact Jewish education can have on an individual and a community. Mr. Davidson supported various causes for many decades, including those that benefited individual Jewish day schools and communities, as well as larger opportunities to professionalize the field of Jewish education. This grant—to understand how to attract and retain the best educators—positions us to expand upon his vision.