A Census of Jewish Day Schools in the United States: 2003-2004
Publication Date: January 2005
Publisher(s): AviChai Foundation
Author(s): Marvin Schick
Special Collection: Berman Jewish Policy Archive
Keywords: Demography; Jewish Education; Religious Denominations; Enrollment
Coverage: United States
The author presents data on Orthodox, Conservative, Reform, and Community day schools in the United States. He compares enrollment profiles to data from a 1998-99 study to determine trends. He finds that overall enrollment has increased, with the vast majority enrolled in Orthodox schools. Additionally, there are a large number of small schools with fewer than 100 students. New York has the largest number of day schools of any state.