Jewish Supplementary Schooling Misperceived
Publication Date: January 1992
Publisher(s): Association for the Social Scientific Study of Jewry
Author(s): David Resnick
Special Collection: Berman Jewish Policy Archive
Keywords: American Jews; Jewish education; Academic research
Coverage: New York
In Contemporary Jewry 13, 5-21. Jewish Supplementary Schooling was a large-scale assessment of supplementary schools in greater New York. A close examination of the research and the study report revealed that the data were deeply flawed, and the recommendations unrelated to the data. The weaknesses in the study were shown to be typical of research in Jewish education.