Survey of The Albert Einstein Academy, Wilmington, Delaware

By Hillel Hochberg

American Association for Jewish Education, Jewish Federation of Delaware, April 1975

The professional and lay leadership of the Jewish Federation of Delaware is among those who recognize Jewish education as a communal concern. Since the day school is a relatively new and costly type of Jewish education, the federation commissioned the American Association for Jewish Education to conduct an in-depth evaluation of the total educational program of the Academy, in light of the overall aims and objectives of the school. Included were the following aspects: enrollment; schedule of classes; usefulness of school facilities; philosophy and ideology; validity of curriculum, adequacy of curricular activities, and availability of curricular materials; school finances; efficiency of supervisory and administrative practices; qualifications and competency of the professional staff; and pupil achievement and instructional effectiveness.

Topic: Organizational Development, Non-Professional Leadership, Jewish Federations, Day Schools, Lay Leadership, Education, Enrollment, Supervision, Evaluation

Name of Publication: Day School Evaluation Reports

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Genre: Report

Coverage: United States , Wilmington, Delaware

Language: English

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Hochberg, Hillel. Survey of The Albert Einstein Academy, Wilmington, Delaware. Day School Evaluation Reports. American Association for Jewish Education,Jewish Federation of Delaware. April 1975:


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