Jewish Education Service of North America (JESNA)

For Jewish Education Reform, A ‘Very Messy Period’

Restructurings, closings define new landscape as JESNA mulls merger; are all the changes healthy?
Associate Editor

Two decades ago, in the aftermath of the 1991 National Jewish Population Survey best known for its findings of higher-than-ever intermarriage rates, the buzzword of American Jewish organization life was “continuity.”

Teachers, clergy and education directors gather at the Jewish Education Project Summer Institute. Jason Gardner
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