Journal

"The research
undertaken by
the ATID Fellows
represents a
serious
contribution
toward
understanding
some of the
crucial issues
that Jewish
education is facing."

ATID is pleased to present this collection of research projects, which were completed by the inaugural year of ATID Fellows in June 1999. It is the product of serious work and thinking on their part, and we are proud to make it available to the community of Jewish educators in Israel and abroad who are, like us, concerned with the future direction of our communal enterprise. We feel that the research undertaken by the ATID Fellows represents a serious contribution toward understanding some of the crucial issues that Jewish education is facing.

These projects are the outgrowth of the pilot program that was conducted in 1998-99. Although the starting point for each piece of research was “Challenges and Issues in the Teaching and Study of Tanakh” the reader can see that each Fellow, accompanied by a senior educator serving as a mentor, took his or her work in a unique direction.

The ATID faculty and Fellows look forward to your responses to these papers, and hope that they will serve as the beginning of ongoing conversations about these matters and others.

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ATID Projects 1998-99

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