Jewish Summer Camps in the United States and Canada, 1900-1969
Bilingual, Multilingual, and Multicultural Education
Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research
History of Religion
United States History
It is the purpose of this introduction to examine the problem of creative continuity which faces the American Jewish community, comment upon the generally ineffectual response being made, particularly in the field of Jewish education, and direct attention to the potentialities of the Jewish summer camp as an effective ally in meeting the challenges to our youth of Jewish identification, knowledge, and commitment.