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One of the major focuses of the investigation in this chapter is the sphere of Jewish education. The chapter concentrates on the major findings obtained by means of our questionnaire, at the level of the respondents' beliefs and aspirations. Our first subject is the question of whether or not the Jewish population of Germany-as a whole, and its various segments-provides Jewish education to their children. The orthodox RSJs seem the only ones who concretize their wishes into programs and institutions. And even among them, quite a few believe they cannot fulfill their wishes. Other salient facts are that the younger stratum and the more veteran RSJs seem more committed than others to their children's Jewish education.

Keywords:Germany; Jewish education; RSJs



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