Resources, Contacts, and Strategies in Jewish Education for Russian-Speaking Jews

By Evreiskiye Uroki

UJA-Federation of New York, October 2003

This handbook offers a current overview of the Jewish educational programming that exists in the New York area for immigrants from Russian-speaking areas. The handbook includes a directory of services as well as an explanation of existing educational resources for Russian Jews. UJA-Federation of New York offers this publication not only as information for those in the field but also as a request for Jewish professionals teaching and working directly with the immigrant population to join in a more coordinated effort to continue developing more and better educational programming for the Russian immigrant community. It is the hope of the UJA-Federation of New York that by sharing this critical knowledge and information with other people, we can bring about more consistent and substantive change in all the various venues that offer Jewish learning and experiential opportunities for Russian-speaking Jews.

Topic: Programming, Russian Jews, Immigration, Education, Cultural Sensitivity

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Genre: Report

Coverage: United States

Language: English

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