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February 15, 2002
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Conservative Jewish teen-agers who attended the movement’s network of summer camps are more religiously observant than those who attended other Jewish camps, according to a new study. Based on data culled from a study of Conservative teens sponsored by the Jewish Theological Seminary, the findings show that Camp Ramah alumni were more likely to keep kosher, attend synagogue weekly, feel connected to Israel and believe it is “very important” to marry a Jew than were peers who attended other Jewish camps or no camps at all.

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