Manuscript A follow up study of the graduates of one of the oldest existing American Jewish day schools : the Rabbi Jacob Joseph School
Pinsky, Irving I.
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It is hoped that this study can determine the influences of an intensive type of Jewish day school upon its graduates. Particularly, this writer seeks to determine whether various patterns of social, occupational, educational, and religious attitudes are a result of their educational experience. We shall attempt to determine whether these influences are matters of home attitude, rearing, or previous schooling. It is hoped that the data derived from the questionnaire will shed light on these questions. (from Introduction)
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