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Publication Date: January 2001

Publisher(s): Jewish Education Service of North America

Author(s): Roslyn B. Stein

Special Collection: Berman Jewish Policy Archive

Topic: Education (Education financing, facilities, and equipment)

Keywords: Jewish Organizations; Conservative Judaism; Day schools; Fundraising and Philanthropy

Type: Report

Coverage: Illinois

Abstract:

The author asserts that if Jewish day schools are to continue to focus on academic excellence, they need to have a steady and assured stream of funding; currently, she contends, day schools are forced to spend too much energy concentrating on working with budgetary constraints. She discusses the partnerships and uses of contribution funding that her organization, the Chicagoland Jewish High School (a Conservative day school in Morton Grove, Illinois) has been able to acquire.