Adult Jewish Learning in America: Current Patterns and Prospects for Growth

By Steven M. Cohen, Aryeh Davidson

Florence G. Heller-JCC Association (JCCA) Research Center, The Jewish Theological Seminary of America, March 2001

What is the current extent and nature of Jewish learning in America? What motivations, inhibitions, and social characteristics are associated with Jewish learning? How may JCCs, synagogues and other agencies best address the growing interest in Jewish learning among American Jewish adults? These are the principal questions addressed in this study, one that relies on the first-ever national survey on adult Jewish learning in the United States.

Topic: Education, Adult Education

Funder: Abrams, William and Vicki

Genre: Report

Coverage: United States

Language: English

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Cohen, Steven M. Davidson, Aryeh. Adult Jewish Learning in America: Current Patterns and Prospects for Growth. Florence G. Heller-JCC Association (JCCA) Research Center,The Jewish Theological Seminary of America. March 2001: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=165


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