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Report Series on the GEN08 Survey
Education: A Statistical Analysis
Thrive to Survive
In a complex environment combining secular and religious instruction under heavy State and Federal Government policy oversight, Sydney's Jewish day schools must strike a fine balance to provide engaged learning, development and growth opportunities for both students and staff.
JCA Source Magazine 1999 Autumn
In this edition of The Source, we bring you the stories of four dedicated men and women who work tirelessly for the betterment of our community. Each of them plays a vital part in maintaining our links to the past while building bridges to the future. We hope you enjoy reading about them and sharing their story.
JCA Source Magazine 1999 Spring
We're determined to present real stories about the real people who are involved in our community, our programmes, and our fundraising. They are the kind of inspiring people who make things happen.
JCA Source Magazine June 2000
For this campaign year it is vital that additional resources are found to apply to youth and young adults and the frail elderly, given the inexorable ageing of the community on the one hand and the critical need to assist teenagers and young adults to deal with the complex societal pressures with which they are confronted on the other.
JCA Source Magazine Spring 2000
The JCA continues to play a pivotal role in the development of our community and the stories in this Source serves to once again demonstrate in practical, human terms the breadth of services made possible by your support.
JCA Source Magazine 2000 Autumn
The stories in this edition illustrate how the JCA makes a real difference to the lives of people across the Jewish Community, and I hope you enjoy reading them.
JCA Source Magazine 2001 Issue 1
In isolation each organisation serves a specific purpose, facilitating and administering services and programs in its own particular area of expertise and endeavour. However, when looked at collectively these organisations form an interlocking, complete picture which represents the central core of our community, whether that be in education, welfare, health, youth, aged-care or the service sector.
JCA Source Magazine June 2001
JCA's responsibility is to nurture a strong sense of Jewish identification and unity as this is critical to the overall well-being of our community.