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Hebrew’s Unique Shape of Letters, Roots of Words, and Other Defining Characteristics Examined in New Literature Review from CASJE
Findings Shed Light on Future Areas to Research to Help Hebrew Language Educators and Learners
A new report from the RAND Corporation examines evaluations of early childhood programs and synthesizes their results to better understand program outcomes, costs, and benefits. The 115 programs…
CASJE participated in a panel at the annual conference of The Council for Hebrew Language and Culture in North America. Researchers Chad Walker and Dr.
CASJE (Consortium for Applied Studies in Jewish Education) released a request for proposals (RFP) to promote research that can make a difference in how Jewish education is practiced.
Consortium for Applied Studies in Jewish Education Welcomes Charles “Chip” Edelsberg, Ph.D., to its Board
Washington, DC -- CASJE, the Consortium for Applied Studies in Jewish Education, today announced that Chip Edelsberg, PhD, is joining its board.
One of my favorite aphorisms is “you don’t know what you don’t know.” This adage encapsulates what I have grown to love about Jewish educational research; namely that what we discover is always…
Editor’s Note: At the 2017 NRJE/ASSSJ Conference, CASJE again supported a seminar/workshop for emerging scholars--ten doctoral candidates and postdoctoral researchers were joined by a group of
New Project Will Explore How Jewish Early Childhood Education Can be a Gateway for Ongoing Involvement in Jewish Life
CASJE commissions Child Trends and team from Brandeis University for major study on engaging Jewish families with young Jewish children