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Expectations Of Jewish Education

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The basic educational institution is the kindergarten. In Germany one finds fourteen institutions of this kind of different allegiances-orthodox, liberal or others. Germany today has several institutions that train and qualify candidates for a rabbinical career. Jewish Studies is a topic that has developed in the academy in several modes - mainly university programs and specialized research centers. Some educational projects also grow out of private initiatives, independent of official agencies. Jewish education in Germany is on the rise - both with respect to the number of institutions and the diversity of offerings. This growth coincided with the arrival and settling of RSJs. In many communities, the majority of which took shape recently, the number of Jews is still too small to provide the ground for developing an extensive educational setting.

Keywords:educational institution; Germany; Jewish education



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