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Academic Excellence and...

Is there a school anywhere that is not dedicated to excellence?  

But what does it mean to be excellent?

At ADRABA, academic excellence also involves something many folks would rather not talk about: FAILING.

Failing means that you made an attempt at achieving a goal – and fell short. You “worked real hard,” and yet, you didn’t produce the desired outcome. 

Rather than try to avoid failure at all costs, at ADRABA, we embrace failure when it inevitably happens.  

As Reb Yoda said: “The greatest teacher, failure is.”

Failure provides a foundation for reflection.  

Failure provides opportunities for resilience and growth.  

Failure adds value to achievement and excellence.

Why should we care about the future of Jewish education?

 

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