Dozens of haredi schools will be introduced this year to the digital revolution that has taken over the education system in Israel, Yedioth Ahronoth reported Wednesday.
Both the Ma’ayan HaChinuch HaTorani and the Shuvo education networks which operate some 200 haredi schools in Israel, have agreed to take part in an initial project which will incorporate digital teaching methods to the traditional religious teaching.
The two networks agreed to take part in the project after the Education Ministry accepted their request to modify the program, in order to avoid offending the ultra-Orthodox public.
Through the new program, haredi students will learn on computers and receive information through mobile computing devices such as tablets, which have been considered to be an “abomination” for the religious community up until now.
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