Improvements in Performance Measurement of Jewish Educational Projects

Jonathan Goldstein

This paper shows, with examples, some of the best forms of performance measurement techniques used today in the world of Jewish Education. In addition to applying some new techniques to support the overall institutionalization of performance and success measures, the paper glimpses at the developments in the world of secular philanthropy in order to see certain trends that are likely to pervade the world of Jewish educational investments over the coming decades. Larger investments may be on the way, but only to groups who can demonstrate the ability to understand the needs of the funding body or philanthropist.

This paper aims to act as a stepping stone in further research in this area, to ensure that the ever-increasing need for investment in Jewish Education may arrive more easily than if heed is not taken of the trends awaiting the world of philanthropy and Jewish communal investments.

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