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Kaplanian Report Card: An Evaluation Tool for Jewish Education

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This evaluation tool provides a rubric for assessing the contemporary state of Jewish education.

This resource is part of a package of educational resources on Jewish peoplehood kindly provided by the Kaplan Center for Jewish Peoplehood

Peoplehood, Assessment, Educators
Senior Educational Consultant, Kaplan Center for Jewish Peoplehood

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