How The Tali Schools Began

By Lee Levine

Jewish Agency for Israel (JAFI), December 1996

In this article the author, Professor of Jewish History and Archeology at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, lays out the history of Israeli Tali schools. "Tali" is the Hebrew acronym for "augmented Jewish studies" (Tigbur Limudei Yahadut), and the chain of Tali schools and parallel classes in existing schools, are part of the state's general educational system. He describes what sprouted the initial idea, the discussions about what form the idea would take, the work with the state's Ministry of Education, and the progression of Tali schools in the Israel.

Topic: Youth, Schools, Pluralism, Education, Organizational Philosophy

Name of Publication: AVAR ve'ATID: A Journal of Jewish Education, Culture and Discourse

Page Number(s): 45-55

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Genre: Article

Coverage: Israel

Language: English

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Bibliographic Information:
Levine, Lee. How The Tali Schools Began. AVAR ve'ATID: A Journal of Jewish Education, Culture and Discourse. Jewish Agency for Israel (JAFI). December 1996: 45-55.


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