ADRABA was established in 2011 by three early-adopter Jewish educators dedicated to innovation and the Jewish future. Two of them are still around as part of the Hanhagah. The third is enjoying his retirement entirely too much.
Though coming from different places with different backgrounds and perspectives, they all agree that with traditional teaching enhanced by technology, young Jewish women and men can become literate Jews and engage with their Jewishness meaningfully.
ADRABA is thus committed to our shared Jewish culture, values, language, history, practices and traditions.
ADRABA is equally dedicated to nurturing academic excellence.
We are all participating in the next round of a centuries-old Jewish conversation.
Some of it happens to happen online.