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CASJE Announces Move of Administrative Home to the George Washington University

June 16, 2016

CASJE is moving its administrative home from Stanford University to the Graduate School of Education and Human Development at the George Washington University.

Why Don't More American Jews Learn Hebrew?

May 31, 2016

CASJE board member Rabbi Mitch Malkus shares his thoughts on why more American Jews do not learn Hebrew. [snippet of post with full link to blog]

Meltzing, Marps and Shabboptions: Hebrew at North American Jewish Summer Camps

April 18, 2016

Drs. Sarah Bunin Benor and Jonathan Krasner discuss their study on how Jewish camps use Hebrew and how this contributes to broader trends in Jewish life.

Compensation for ECE Educators

March 29, 2016

Dr. Marcy Whitebrook and Dr. Lea Austin discuss the rationale for increased compensation for educators in Jewish early childhood education.

Hebrew Infusion at American Jewish Summer Camps

March 13, 2016

This article introduces the idea of Hebrew infusion, based on research conducted on Hebrew use at North American Jewish summer camps.

Looking Back on CASJE's 2015

March 1, 2016

CASJE had a great 2015 working closely with researchers, funders, and practitioners in Jewish education. Review some of the year's highlights.

Welcoming More Families into Jewish Life through Early Childhood Education Programs

February 25, 2016

New CASJE research will inform how early childhood education can serve as gateway for long-term Jewish engagement. Learn more about next steps of the study.

Blogcast Recap: What Cultivates Jewish Peoplehood?

January 7, 2016

The following blogcast summary highlights research that participants think will help practitioners effectively do the work of Jewish Peoplehood education.



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