This month, Moving Traditions published an interesting report that attempted to address the following concern: “The Jewish community is losing boys…in unacceptably large numbers, leaving a generation of boys ignorant of the wisdom, core values, community, and spiritual nourishment Judaism provides.” Struggling to find a stop-gap, Moving Traditions put together a resource guide, available for downloading here, to provide educators with the means to “reverse the exodus of teenage boys from Jewish life through a connected set of actions”. Continue reading
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