What Hasidic Boys Learn, An Enlightening Conversation with Moshe Krakowski
Moshe Krakowski is a professor on American Haredi education and culture, focuses on the relationship between communal worldview, identity, and education. He also works on curriculum, cognition, and inquiry learning in Jewish educational settings. He has written extensively about the Hasidic boys’ education controversy, often representing the community from a more favorable perspective. He visited many Hasidic boys’ schools for his research, and joined Frieda Vizel of Brooklyn Tour Guide to speak on the recent controversy.