The Values, And Value, Of Day School Education

By Yossi Prager

The Jewish Week, 2009

Amid all the ferment over day school tuition, the animating question has been "What kind of Jewish education can we afford?" I'd like to suggest that instead of conceiving day school education as an economic proposition, we view it as a value proposition. Through that lens, the important question is "How can we sustain the kind of intensive and immersive Jewish education that will enrich and guide our children in the 21st century?

Topic: Communal Responsibility, Affordability, Day Schools, Values, Cost

Name of Publication: The Jewish Week

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Prager, Yossi. The Values, And Value, Of Day School Education. The Jewish Week. The Jewish Week. 2009: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=13396


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