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Ivrit's Place in the Dual Curriculum Model of Orthodox Jewish High Schools in North America
The dual curriculum model ubiquitous to Orthodox Jewish day schools in North America typically bifurcates into religious (Judaic) studies and general studies. While most classes generally fit into one of those two halves of the curriculum, some classes are not intuitively categorized as wholly belonging to one part over the other. One of those classes is Ivrit (Modern Hebrew). This study aims to describe Ivrit's place in the dual curriculum model and the various factors that contribute to thatdoi:10.17613/w33m-4r73 fatcat:5szg22ixongi3h3wixjsjlcfim