Guide to the Board of Jewish Education Self-Study Report
1972

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Collection Overview

Creator: Board of Jewish Education (New York, N.Y.)
Title: Board of Jewish Education self-study report
Dates: 1972
Size: 1 folder
Abstract:The collection consists of a book called "The Self-Study Report," published by the Board of Jewish Education of Greater New York. It describes the structure and activities of the Board of Jewish Education, and recommends ways for further organizational growth. The Board's purpose was to enable Jewish education in New York by training teachers, providing job placement, operating schools, and developing curricula.
Languages:Materials are in English.
Call No: 1994.062

About This Guide

Finding aid encoded February, 2009

Finding aid encoded in English.

Organizational Overview

The Board of Jewish Education was founded in New York in 1917 as the Jewish Education Committee. Over the years it absorbed other Jewish educational organizations into its framework. In 1970, the Jewish Education Committee changed its name to the Board of Jewish Education of Greater New York (BJE). The BJE’s purpose was to enable Jewish education in New York by training teachers, providing job placement, operating schools, and developing curricula.

Scope and Contents

The collection consists of a book called "The Self-Study Report," which describes the structure and activities of the Board of Jewish Education of Greater New York, and recommends ways for further organizational growth. It was published by the Board of Jewish Education.

Index Terms

This collection has been indexed under the following terms:

Document Types:
Books

Conditions Governing Access and Use

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