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"Learning Torah": Might the Rabbinic Tradition serve as an effective platform for engaging non-observant young adults with Jewish life?
Research Success Technologies, July 20, 2010
Given the lack of existing research and the incipient state of knowledge about methods for engaging young Jewish adults in Jewish life in general, and for Torah education in particular, Hillel with the support of the Jim Joseph Foundation convened a conference in New York City on June 22-23, 2010, entitled “Towards a Third Space: A New Dimension in Jewish Education for Emerging Adults.”
This monograph, posted on the Peoplehood Research Blog, is the authors' overview of the lessons they took away from the conference.
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Kopelowitz, Ezra. Aaron, Scott. "Learning Torah": Might the Rabbinic Tradition serve as an effective platform for engaging non-observant young adults with Jewish life? . Research Success Technologies. 20 July 2010: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=5433
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