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THE JEWISH HIGH SCHOOL: a complete management guide: Leadership, Policy and Operations for Principals, Administrators, and Lay Leaders Paperback – December 18, 2009
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Paul Shaviv Contact: email@example.com Paul Shaviv heads PAULSHAVIVConsulting, a management consultancy specialising in Jewish and non-Jewish independent schools (www.paulshavivconsulting.com) He has headed two of North America's largest and most important jewish Schools - most recently, RAMAZ in Manhattan, one of North America's flagship schools (1,150 students, co-ed, N - 12). For fourteen years prior to that, he was Director of Education at TanenbaumCHAT, Toronto - North America's largest Jewish Community High school (9 -12), with 1,500 students. Under his leadership, the school doubled in size, established a complete new branch north of Toronto, and attracted over $50m. of capital investment. It had over 200 staff, including over 60 teachers of Jewish Studies and Ivrit. TanenbaumCHAT is regarded as a leading private school in Toronto, and a leading Jewish school worldwide. Over several decades Paul Shaviv held leadership posts at six Jewish schools on three continents, spanning a wide spectrum of Jewish ideologies and affiliations. He has published and lectured widely on Jewish education, Jewish history, Jewish affairs, and on Jewish school management, policy and vision. Paul Shaviv was born in 1949, in the UK, and is a graduate of both Cambridge and Oxford universities. He and his late wife Judy z'l lived in Israel for eight years in the 1980's. In 2011 he married Michelle Stein. He has three married children, and at the time of writing, nine beautiful grandchildren! In 2009 he was awarded the Max M. Fisher Prize for Jewish Education in the Diaspora.