Proposals are now being accepted for the 24th Annual Conference of the Network for Research in Jewish Education (NRJE), to be held at New York University on June 6-8, 2010. Submissions are welcome from all those interested and involved in research in Jewish education, broadly understood
to encompass quantitative and qualitative research (ethnography, case studies, self study, narrative inquiry, surveys, philosophical, conceptual, theoretical, historical, etc.) on topics of relevance to Jewish education (subject matter, curriculum, teaching and learning, administration, policy, financing, teacher preparation, sociology, culture, identity, etc.) in any setting (schools, synagogues, camps, higher education, adult education, informal learning contexts, popular culture, etc.).
The Call for Submissions can be found on the NRJE website, www.nrje.org. Please read through the Call for detailed information on submission and presentation formats and guidelines. Submissions should be accompanied by the Submission Form, also posted on the website, as described in the Call. Submissions of proposed presentations are due by January 15, 2010.
For further information about the submission process, please contact the Program Chair, Ben Jacobs, at NRJEprogramchair@gmail.com. For inquiries about conference logistics (e.g., the site, accommodations, meals, etc.),
please contact the Conference Local Arrangements Committee: Harold Wechsler (email@example.com) and Naomi Kalish (firstname.lastname@example.org). For general inquiries about the Network for Research in Jewish Education, and to become a member of the Network, please visit www.nrje.org or email email@example.com.
Benjamin M. Jacobs, NRJE 2010 Program Chair
Assistant Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction
University of Minnesota
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