JData provides essential information on the changing size and shape of Jewish education throughout North America. Our statistics, reports, and tools support the work of community leaders and educators who transmit Jewish knowledge from one generation to the next.

Who We Serve

INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS & CAMPS


Individual organizations use JData to create a confidential, ongoing profile, with information about their enrollment, budget, staffing, and governance. They can then generate detailed reports for planning, recruitment, communications, and fundraising—all at no cost.


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COMMUNITIES & NATIONAL PARTNERS


JData helps federations, central agencies, foundations, movements, and other umbrella organizations work more efficiently and effectively with their constituent schools and camps. JData's tools help them monitor comparative trends in enrollment, capacity, fundraising, and other critical indicators of organizational health.

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PUBLIC, MEDIA & RESEARCHERS


JData is the only comprehensive census of the more than 3,000 Jewish educational programs in North America. Journalists, academics, and others concerned with the current and future strength of Jewish education now have an objective, go-to resource.


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JData News

3.2-3.4.2014 | JData at iJED Conference
JData held a workshop titled “Dashboard Data ==> Strategic Conversations” at the Yeshiva University/Schechter Day School Network iJED (Innovation in Jewish Education) Conference in Uniondale, NY. As part of PEJE's lab on day school sustainability, JData worked with schools on using data to animate a strategic conversation at their next board meeting.
2.11.2014 | JData at Jewish Federations of North America Professional Institutes
Amy Sales gave a presentation with PEJE Stategy Manager Dr. Harry Bloom titled “Questions We Ask and Stories We Tell: Using data to enhance the planning process” at the Jewish Federations of North America Professional Institutes in Palm Beach, FL.

 

JData is operated by Brandeis University with generous support from the Jim Joseph Foundation and many other organizations.

Did You Know?

70,000

Over 70,000 campers attended a Jewish overnight camp in Summer 2013, up 2.6% from Summer 2012.
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