Is there a list of schools/yeshivos that implement (at least partially) the Zylberman method of teaching Judaic studies, especially in the northeast United States (e.g. by focusing on studying/memorizing most/all of Tanach between ~5 and ~10 years of age; studying/memorizing most/all of Mishnayos/Rambam/Halachic codes between ~10 and ~15 years of age; and only engaging in in-depth Talmudic analysis in adolescence [e.g. at ~15], as per Avoth 5:21 and as advocated for by, e.g., the Maharal and Vilna Gaon)?

  • There are none in the U.S. that follow the full Zylberman method. The last one closed about a decade ago. – LN6595 Jan 7 '19 at 2:53
  • Don't forget the gra on that mishna that shmone esre lichupa is a last chance. Preferably it's 13. – user6591 Jan 7 '19 at 4:55
  • There was one kinda zilberman yeshiva in Brooklyn that also employed Montessori. They ended up turning into a social ed school and are slowly closing down. The big question is where are the gedolim that this type of teaching claims to produce? – user6591 Jan 7 '19 at 4:58
  • It seems the only one in the States might be in Lakewood: he.wikipedia.org/wiki/… (?) – Loewian Jan 7 '19 at 5:04
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    @Dr.Shmuel I wish I could say I did that on purpose – Heshy Jan 7 '19 at 16:35

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