Outcomes that Positively Impact the Lives of Jewish Teens
by The Jewish Education Project
Who am I? With whom am I connected? To whom and for what am I responsible for in this world? How can I bring about change in this world? After extensive research and focus groups, The Jewish Education Project developed these 14 Jewish teen education & engagement outcomes in its role as head of the National Incubator. Read more here!
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Written by Karen Goodkind
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