Friday, March 8, 2013

SDJA Launches Study on San Diego Jewish Families

We are excited to share with you that the San Diego Jewish Academy (SDJA), a pluralistic Jewish Day School, is embarking on a professionally guided study of San Diego’s families with children to ascertain these families’ educational hopes, needs and requirements for their children’s future.

A clear goal of SDJA’s study is to learn more about the demographics of San Diego’s population of Jewish families, their educational desires, and reasons for their educational choices. The data generated by this research will be used to help SDJA develop strategic direction for growth and make informed planning for current and future Jewish educational needs for our families.

To conduct this study and resulting strategic recommendations, SDJA has retained Measuring Success, a respected, independent, Washington D.C. based research firm, which is familiar with San Diego having previously consulted for Jewish Federation of San Diego County in other regards. Measuring Success will conduct all aspects of the study including survey design and implementation, interviews and focus group facilitation if recommended, data collection and data/research analysis. In order to receive sufficient data and successfully administer this study, SDJA and Measuring Success are asking for you to participate in this survey by clicking on this link which will connect you to Measuring Success. All responses will go to Measuring Success and neither SDJA nor anyone else will have access to your name or information.

The results of this SDJA survey will be shared with your Federation, so we ask that you participate so the results will be as representative as possible. SDJA and Federation thank you for your support in this endeavor.


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