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The Impact of the Accreditation Process on Congregational Education in Los Angeles

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Publication Date: January 2002

Publisher(s): Jewish Education Service of North America

Author(s): Emil Jacoby

Series: Agenda: Jewish Education 15, Summer 2002

Special Collection: Berman Jewish Policy Archive

Topic: Culture and religion (Religion and religious groups)
Education (Education policy and planning)

Keywords: Jewish education; Organizational Development; Jewish organizations

Type: Report

Coverage: California


The article describes a model of change driven and supported by central agencies for Jewish education. The agency is built on the strengths of its personnel to find a gateway to systematic, broad improvement for its community's congregational schools. The article describes the ground-braking accreditation process developed by the BJE (Board of Jewish Education) of Los Angeles for its congregational schools.