As we have explored in previous posts, one of the most telling aspects of analyzing the Your Answers Matter survey is juxtaposing the answers from the two questions: “How important is being connected to the Jewish community to you?” And, “Do you feel connected to the
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
We continue now with our ongoing geographic breakdown of the Your Answers Matter survey. We left off last time looking at a) how respondents from the various geographic regions within Pittsburgh valued feeling connected to the Jewish community and b) how connected those regions actual
by Yael Z. Silk While reviewing the data presented in the Jewish Learning & Experience of Children and Teen section of the Scorecard, I found it difficult to separate my professional and personal selves. Professionally, I am an education researcher. Personally, I am a Jewis
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.