Law has replaced everything but gravity as the essential law
of 21st century technological progress. So our children's
education will be defined less by the specific facts than
by the acquisition of two crucial skills: 1) The precious
power of critical thinking and 2) The moral clarity to use
the emerging technologies wisely.
The power of critical
thinking is a traditional strength of the Jewish mind. This
is because Jewish texts specialize in sharp dialectics that
hone one's ability to analyze and dissect arguments and
processes. And for centuries, these texts have also shaped
our Tzaddikim (our righteous ones) into paragons of virtue.
Our school library is open five days a week and it is a
popular venue for all students. Currently we have books
with particularly strong Judaica and Hebrew sections, generously
donated by the parents association. The Encyclopedia Judaica
is available online to all our parents.
here to access the Encyclopedia Judaica from home.
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