Attitudes Toward Women as Jewish Day School Administrators
Publication Date: January 1999
Publisher(s): Coalition for the Advancement of Jewish Education
Author(s): Rita Lance
Special Collection: Berman Jewish Policy Archive
Keywords: Professional Development; Empowerment; Day schools; Gender
Coverage: United States
The author reports the results of a study of the attitudes of administrators at Orthodox Jewish day schools toward female administrators in such schools. The author discusses trends and conclusions apparent from the study. Among these: that older administrators are more encouraging of female administratorship than younger administrators; that rabbis are less favorable toward this than non-rabbis; and other conclusions.
In Jewish Education News, Summer 1999.