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Hebrew becomes hip in American schools as a boon for kids and communities
Along with its increasing popularity come some significant challenges, such as finding qualified educators to run classes and programs.
Eight Communities and Local Organizations Selected for Major Study on the Recruitment, Retention, and Development of Educators in Jewish Settings in North America
CASJE-supported researchers will partner with local organizations to survey and interview educators
Study Underway to Address the Recruitment, Retention, and Development of Educators in Jewish Settings in North America
CASJE-supported research will focus on career trajectories of Jewish educators in eight cities
Hebrew Learning in American Public Schools: An Under-the-Radar Educational Experience and Resource
The topic of how and why American youth learn modern Hebrew has taken center stage in recent debates in diverse educational contexts in North America.
CASJE Invites Another Round of Proposals for Research That Will Contribute to the Practice of Jewish Education
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…
Teacher Research as a Pathway to Professional Growth
There are two basic methods of educational research. Quantitative methods analyze large numbers of students to study causes and effects.