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Reflections on CASJE’s Emerging Scholars Seminar and NRJE’s 2017 Conference

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…

Reflecting on CASJE’s 2017 Emerging Scholars Seminar

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

Why CASJE? - Benjamin M. Jacobs

In "Why CASJE?," members of CASJE's Board of Directors share why they became involved in Jewish education, how they see CASJE as contribu

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

Creating a Pedagogical Vision for Tanakh Education

This year marked the beginning of an exciting new chapter in Jewish education.

CASJE at the Prizmah Conference

Day school lay and professional leaders are invited to explore the findings and possible implications of the recently released report, Leadership In Context: The Conditions for Success of Jewish…

The 3 Things That Make or Break a Jewish Day School

by Ellen Goldring and Susan Kardos

Second Hebrew Language Literature Review Explores How Language Learning Influences Identity, Relationships with Community

Washington, DC -- CASJE (the Consortium for Applied Studies in Jewish Education) today released the second of three literature reviews that explores what recent research about heritage, second and

Leadership in Context: At a Glance