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    • Zev Davis
    • 17.06.12 | 08:28 (IDT)

    One of the interesting things that is happening in Jewish communities in North America is that Conservative Day Schools have "dropped" the label and become more inclusive of other approaches, even . . . "Orthodox" aka Normative Halachically ways of observing Judaism. They offer the standard texts without any revisionist interpretation, and leave the the children and the parents to deal with them as they "understand" them. Obviously, there will be some erstwile Conservative and Reform Jews who may go "right", rather than follow the movements from where they came based on what they have "learned", and others who remain in thier congretations, albeit better educated than they would have been considering that the garden varietiy non-Orthodox Jew doesn't deal with the Sources as intensively. So, likewise with the integrated schools in Tel Aviv.

    from the article: Bridging the Jewish-Israeli divide with integrated schooling
    First published 07:32 17.06.12 | Last updated 07:32 17.06.12
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