Survey of Springfield Jewish Religious Schools, 1961

By Gabriel Auerbach, Lowell Bellin

Jewish Community Council, 1961

Because of a significant growth of Jewish day schools, the Jewish Community Council was requested to investigate the feasibility of establishing one central building facility that would house all Jewish schools, with the proviso that the administrative independence of the schools should continue to be preserved. Evaluation of the various schools was obliged to consider problems of class schedules, school curricula, and educational goals which will determine to a great extent both present and projected space needs. This report presents the above-mentioned process alongside a look to future of obtaining the goals in each field. The committee found that there were shared goals for schools with a different character - Orthodox, Reform and Conservative.

Topic: Management and Administration, Day Schools, Education, Planning, Evaluation, Partnerships, Religious Denominations

Name of Publication: Day School Evaluation Reports

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Genre: Report

Coverage: Springfield, Massachusetts , United States

Language: English

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Auerbach, Gabriel. Bellin, Lowell. Survey of Springfield Jewish Religious Schools, 1961. Day School Evaluation Reports. Jewish Community Council. 1961:


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