JESNA Annual Report 2004
Publication Date: January 2004
Publisher(s): Jewish Education Service of North America
Special Collection: Berman Jewish Policy Archive
Keywords: Education; Jewish Organizations; Governance; Educators
The 2004 Annual Report of JESNA, the Jewish Education Service of North America, which seeks to make engaging, inspiring, high quality Jewish learning available to ever y Jew in North America by building an educational system of consistent excellence. JESNA's commitment to system-building is advanced through a three-pronged strategy that focuses on: 1) people -- recruiting talented educators and creating the conditions that enable them to thrive; 2) best practices -- identifying and disseminating models of excellence in educational practice; and 3) innovative solutions -- developing creative new approaches to expand the impact of Jewish education.