CONCERN OVER PM’S YESHIVAH PLAN
PLANS TO register yeshivot and parttime religious schools have aroused concern among strictly Orthodox educators.
Prime Minister David Cameron highlighted the scheme last week as a measure to counter religious extremism.
But the National Association of Orthodox Jewish Schools (Najos) said it will voice its worries at a meeting with the Department for Education next week.
Najos executive director Jonathan Rabson said the organisation was concerned that the Charedi schools and mosdos [institutions] were being included in the sweep of institutions that potentially “fill children’s hearts and heads with hate”.