Month: November 2012

Sabbatical *or* Gimmie a Break

Not mine, sadly. But an idea. A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of participating in a day of conversation convened by the Jim Joseph Foundation. As the Foundation is entering its 7th year, invited a small group of people (myself among them) to write short papers in response to the prompt: What “big idea” for supporting Jewish education… Read more →

Framing the Concentration

This is the first blog post to the EDJS webpage, so I thought I would use it to sketch out the contours of the kind of work that we do in the Concentration. We’re working here to gain a better understanding of the dynamics of Jewish education, writ large and inclusive of the wide variety of ways in which people… Read more →

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