Dropsie College Theses

Date of Award

Spring 3-11-1965

Degree Type


Degree Name

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

First Advisor

William Chomsky

Second Advisor

T.E. McMullin

Third Advisor

Meir Ben-Horin


This study aims to review the techniques used in testing and evaluating Jewish education, to analyze their inadequacies and to indicate how Jewish education may benefit from the best accepted standards in general evaluation. It is written with a conviction and with a specific objective in mind. The conviction is the vital importance of evaluation in education in general and specifically in Jewish education. The objective is to contribute toward creating the instruments for the proper implementation of evaluation and the widespread use of these instruments.


Library at the Katz Center - Archives Thesis. LC719 .H465 1965.

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