This is the story of an education school dean and a district superintendent who have had a longstanding conversation about the virtues of applying education research to the improvement of practice, an idea they both have worked on for more decades than they care to admit. When an invitation to join the advisory board of the Consortium for Applied Studies in Jewish Education (CASJE) came our way, we jumped at the opportunity. Why — you might ask?
CASJE Highlighted in NRJE Newsletter: The Case for CASJE
The Network for Research in Jewish Education