Disagreeing over much more than we thought possible

Disagreeing over much more than we thought possible

It’s become clear that we can’t shy away from disagreements when it comes to engaging with and educating on Israel. As educators, what we can and must do is to enable our learners to develop the “muscles” to test their opinions against others’ and grow through argument as well as agreement.

We’re excited to share this insightful piece published in eJewishPhilanthropy on the importance of embracing a multi-dimensional approach to Israel education.
Drawing on the extensive experience in the field of Israel education of co-authors Robbie Gringras and Alex Pomson, Makom’s program with Moishe House, and Rosov Consulting‘s evaluation of the program, this is essential reading for anyone who cares about the future of Israel education.

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