Kehilla Committee Executive Summary: Strategic Planning for Jewish Education

By Robert Barrows

Minneapolis Jewish Federation, 1998

The Kehilla process is a strategic planning process for Jewish education. The mission of Kehilla was to develop a new community vision for Jewish education with specific recommendations that flow from this vision. These recommendations span all ages and stages of life. This report includes an overview of the kehilla process and describes the following areas: adult education; birth to 12th grade formal and informal education; professional and volunteer development; physical infrastructure; and technology.

Topic: Professional Development, Informal Education, Education, Early Childhood Education, Technology, Planning, Volunteerism, Adult Education

Name of Publication: Day School Evaluation Reports

Genre: Report

Coverage: Minneapolis, Minnesota , United States

Language: English

Copyright Holder: Publisher

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Bibliographic Information:
Barrows, Robert. Kehilla Committee Executive Summary: Strategic Planning for Jewish Education. Day School Evaluation Reports. Minneapolis Jewish Federation. 1998:


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