Guest blog by Rabbi Daniel G. Zemel --- Secular society is good at teaching technical skills, but not when it comes to the most important things, like character. This is what Jewish education should be about. But do we have the educational materials and structures to rigorously pursue this kind of curriculum?
If you have ever painted your living room, you know how difficult it can be to figure out just the right color. We felt a similar challenge as we re-designed our website earlier this year. It was eye-opening to read this short piece by Yoram Samets about the values messages color can convey.
The digital gap in Jewish education is a paradox. Everyone involved—most especially donors and intellectual entrepreneurs—is investing considerable resources, time, passion, and skill, all in furtherance of a common goal. Yet the outcomes are suboptimal and the result is market failure. Here are six reasons why.
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