New Technology Alone Won't Save Jewish Education

Technology is the easy part. Getting young Jews to connect with the Book of Books, that’s hard.

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Aug. 24 2020
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Rabbi David Fohrman is the founder of Aleph Beta Academy and the author of The Beast that Crouches at the Door, a finalist for the 2007 National Jewish Book Award


In his excellent essay, Eric Cohen argues that we are living in a moment of both disruption and innovation in Jewish education. Whether we like it or not, some of the ways we have always done things are falling by the wayside—a global pandemic has assured that—and we can, and should, leverage that disruption and turn it into innovation.

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