Month: May 2014

Jewish Identity Ain’t What It Used to Be

This post is written by Ari Y Kelman, The Jim Joseph Professor of Education and Jewish Studies, and the director of the Concentration in Education and Jewish Studies Jewish identity ain’t what it used to be. Let me explain: This isn’t a lament about declining affiliation rates or weak ethnic ties. I’m not writing about actual Jews living actual Jewish… Read more →

Hearts Over Minds

This post is by Jonah Hassenfeld, a student in the Concentration in Education and Jewish Studies Last Thursday, the AviChai Foundation published “Hearts and Minds,” the largest research study of Israel education to date. Given the popular debates about Israel in the American Jewish community, you might expect day schools to be divided when it comes to Israel education. But… Read more →

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