Muszkat-Barkan discusses the challenge of Jewish educators to teach through a pluralistic lens by using the example of her own public Orthodox education in Israel. She sees enhancing a sense of peoplehood in a world of diverse Jewish identities as one of the greatest challenges to educators from all Jewish streams. But, she believes that, “Reframing the aims of Jewish education to enhance a pluralistic approach to Jewish identity can lead to a richer and more realistic sense of Jewish peoplehood and contribute to the renewal and deepening of our covenant and Jewish solidarity.”

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