Religious Liberty and Education

A Case Study of Yeshivas vs. New York
 
 
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
  • erschienen am 1. September 2020
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  • 184 Seiten
 
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Over the last few years, Orthodox Jewish private schools, also known as yeshivas, have been under fire by a group of activists known as Young Advocates for Fair Education, run by several yeshiva graduates, who have criticized them for providing an inadequate secular education. At the heart of the yeshiva controversy lies two important interests in education: the right of the parent to choose an appropriate education, which may include values-laden religious education, and the right of each child to receive an appropriate education, as guaranteed by the state. These interests raise further questions. If preference is given to the former, how much freedom should be given to a parent in choosing an appropriate education? If the latter, how does the state define what constitutes an appropriate education or measure the extent to which an appropriate education has been achieved? And when can-or must-the state override the wishes of parents? The purpose of this book is to explore these difficult questions.
  • Englisch
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978-1-4758-5441-1 (9781475854411)
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By Jason Bedrick; Jay P. Greene and Matthew H. Lee
Preface Introduction Part One - Philosophical Perspectives on Religious Liberty in Education
  • In Defense of Yeshiva Autonomy by Kevin Vallier
  • Educational Pluralism: Distinctive Schools and Academic Accountability by Ashley Berner
  • Pork Eating is Not a Reasonable Way of Life: Yeshiva Education vs. Liberal Educational Theory by Rita Koganzon
Part Two - Religious Liberty and Education Law
  • State Regulation of Curriculum in Private Religious Schools: A Constitutional Analysis by Aaron Saiger
  • The Yeshiva Case: A Legal Path Forward by Howard Slugh and Devorah Goldman
  • Challenges to Educational Freedom in Europe by Charles L. Glenn
Part Three - Implications for Different Communities
  • "Substantial Equivalency": Implications for the Jewish Community by Avi Schick
  • The Philosophical Futility of "Substantial Equivalency" in the Interplay of Religious and Public Education: A Christian School Perspective by Jay Ferguson
  • Between Tradition and Regulation: What Can Muslim Education Offer the West? by Jibran Khan
  • An Impossible (and Impermissible) Dream: Equivalency in Homeschools by Michael P. Donnelly
Part Four - Charting a Path Forward
  • Conclusion: Rabbi Nehorai Gets the Last Word by Ira Stoll
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