Working Across and Working Between: A Theory of Innovation in Jewish Education

cover jpeg_Page_01What does innovation mean in the field of Jewish education, a field that, by definition, is attempting to keep the past relevant, to repackage it for the modern era, rather than abandon it for the sake of some unknown future? Ari Y Kelman and Maya Bernstein, authors of “Working Across and Working Between: A Theory of Innovation in Jewish Education,” argue that in the context of Jewish education, innovation is less about content, and more about partnerships.

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