> FINANCIAL INCENTIVES AND STRUCTURE FOR CHANGE
Financial resources to support the schools’ enrollment of students from middle income families, the development of the schools’ fundraising infrastructure, and support and skill-building of a central agency to administer financial assistance to the schools from the funders – Jim Joseph Foundation and Simha and Sara Lainer Day School Endowment Fund. Click here for more information.
> SCAFFOLDING FOR IMPLEMENTATION
Scaffolding for launching, implementing, and administering the initiative, as well as shaping the strategic vision, provided by the central agency – BJE: Builders of Jewish Education. Click here for more information.
> SCHOOLS RAISING ENDOWMENT FUNDS
Development of the capacity to successfully raise endowment funds and the management of student financial assistance to increase enrollment of students from middle-income families undertaken by the high schools – Milken Community High School, New Community Jewish High School, Shalhevet High School, YULA Boys High School & YULA Girls High School. Click here for more information.
> INCREASING AND DIVERSIFYING SCHOOL ENROLLMENT
Marketing and outreach efforts by the schools to reach new Jewish families and make them aware of opportunities for tuition subvention in order to increase and diversify enrollment. Click here for more information.
- Build it in Your Community
- About the Initiative
- Building & Living the Model
- Defining Affordability
- LAHSAI Model & Description
- Financial Model
- Outcomes & Lessons Learned