Money Matters: Incentives and Obstacles to Jewish Day School Enrollment in the United States

By Steven M. Cohen

Freund Publishing House Ltd., 1999

In Yisrael Rich and Michael Rosenak (eds.) Abiding Challenges: research perspectives on Jewish education, 251-273.This analysis of recently collected national survey data of Jewish parents in the United States focuses exclusively upon Conservative parents. It asks two sorts of questions: First, how are current Conservative day school families distinguished from those who didn't enrolled their children in Jewish day schools? Second, what distinguishes between those who did not choose day schools, but said that at one time they had considered day schools as an option for their children?

Topic: Education, Religious Denominations

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Genre: Report

Coverage: United States

Language: English

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Cohen, Steven M. Money Matters: Incentives and Obstacles to Jewish Day School Enrollment in the United States. Freund Publishing House Ltd.. 1999: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=2883


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