Adapting: What does the new Pew Report mean for Jewish Education?
The Pew Research Center released its "Jewish Americans in 2020" report on May 11. What are implications for Jewish education and engagement? How will day schools, yeshivot, early childhood centers, synagogues, camps, youth groups, and teen travel programs, amongst other educational settings, respond?
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Meet The Guests
Dr. Moshe Krakowski is Associate Professor at the Azrieli Graduate School for Jewish Education and Administration at Yeshiva University and directs Azrieli’s Master’s program in Jewish education. He studies American Haredi education and culture, focusing on the relationship between communal worldview, identity, and education. He also works on curriculum, cognition, and inquiry learning in Jewish educational settings.
Dr. Arielle Levites is the Managing Director of the Collaborative for Applied Studies in Jewish Education (CASJE) and a Research Assistant Professor at George Washington University's Graduate School of Education and Human Development. Her research focuses on contemporary American Jewish education. She serves on the advisory panel for the Pew Research Center's 2020 study of American Jewry and the research advisory board for OneTable.
Dr. Analucía Lopezrevoredo is a Peruvian-Chilean-Quechua-American Jewtina, born in Peru and raised in Spain and the United States. She founded Jewtina y Co. in 2019 to offer Latin Jews from around the world a platform in which to celebrate and engage in critical dialogue about Jewish and Latin multiculturalism. She is the recipient of the National Young Woman of Distinction award, is a former Fulbright and Rotary International Scholar, sits on JDC Entwine's Council, is a member of the Schusterman Foundation's ROI Community, and is a Wexner Field Fellow.