Yet Another Lawrence Education Proposal
Steven I., who is clearly doing a quality and quantity of research that no other J-Reporter seems to, has posted yet again on this subject. Seems that one of the chief organizers of the proposal, Jonathan Isler, has, upon meeting with opposition to his first and second plans, retooled the proposal yet again. He is apparently now angling for the secular portion of the Jewish school day to be taught in the Jewish schools, by public school teachers. Though this newest incarnation solves some of the problems with the first two proposals, it seems to bring up a host of problems of its own, which Weiss enumerates. It will be interesting to see if this is the final proposal, or if we will just as quickly be moving on to Plan D. As always, I will keep you posted.