We embark on a new analysis of the Your Answers Matter survey. As a reminder, the survey was disseminated to as many Jewish Pittsburghers as possible, but it is categorically NOT a statistically-accurate representative sample of Jewish Pittsburgh. For that very reason, we have found t
by Deborah A. Baron As I look through the Community Scorecard website three years after the inception of this project, I am reflecting on the thought process that went into its creation and the potential we have for future community impact through this initiative. We started ou
by Beth Kissileff As I write this, commercial flights from the US and Europe to Israel have been suspended; this news made the front page of the Post Gazette today. This seems unimaginable to me – not to be able to get to Israel? El Al is still flying and former New York City m
The Scorecard is a tool to focus the resources and energy of the organized Jewish community on actions that can help Pittsburgh become a more thriving, vibrant, and engaged Jewish community.
The mission of the Community Scorecard is to make community performance more visible to the general Jewish public in Pittsburgh and to provide information that will help improve communal decision making.