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CASJE Receives The Ilia Salita Excellence in Research Award for the Career Trajectories of Jewish Educators Study

On behalf of CASJE at George Washington University and its many partners, Dr.

A Convening for Professional Learning Providers in the Field of Jewish Education

CASJE, in collaboration with the Wexner Foundation, M2, The Jewish Education Project, the Jewish New Teachers Project, and DEEP hosted an in-person convening of Jewish educational leaders at GW…

Fall Professional Learning Convening at GW

Leaders in Jewish education convened at George Washington University in November 2022 to discuss connections between professional development, Jewish education, and research.

With Grant from Templeton World Charity Foundation, OneTable and CASJE at George Washington University Begin Project to Determine How Shabbat Dinner Ritual Can Lead to Human Flourishing

Researchers aim to understand if gathering over food, sharing reflections, and marking sacred time help increase social connection and flourishing

Who will teach our children and grandchildren?

This piece on the crisis regarding the shortage of Jewish educators is authored by members of ADCA, the Association of Directors of Communal Agencies for Jewish Education from around the c

CASJE Receives Grant from Jim Joseph Foundation, Welcomes New Advisory Board Co-Chair and Member

Washington, DC – CASJE (Collaborative for Applied Studies in Jewish Education), housed at The George Washington University, received a $1.2 million grant from…

Career Trajectories of Jewish Educators: Key Findings for the Funding Community

Should I Stay or Should I Go?: The Journeys of Jewish Educators (Second in a Three-Part Series)WHENMonday, October 18, 2021, 12:30pm – 1:45pm EDT

Watch CASJE and JPro "Why We Do What We Do: Motivation, Choice, and Career"

Ilana Aisen and Arielle Levites reflect on the Career Trajectories of Jewish Educators Study.

From Findings to Funding: Using Research Evidence in Philanthropic Decision Making

Funders frequently support research and evaluation to inform grantmaking and other decisions. But translating findings and using them to guide grantmaking can be challenging.

From Ivory Tower to Practice: Bridging the Research-Practice Divide in Jewish Education

CASJE Managing Director, Arielle Levites, moderates a panel on bridging the divide between research and practie for the 2021 NRJE Annual Conference Plenary session.