I echo the writing of Nancy Edelman in her Dec. 9 letter to the editor. Yeshivat He’Atid proposes a different type of classroom education model, in an effort to reduce tuition at Jewish day schools. Its method, in the yeshivah day schools, is not yet proven. What evidence is there that a child will be well prepared for yeshivah high school and college? The current education model is not broken. It uses technology as part of the education curriculum. Sure, the schools can tighten expenses (and many have), but NOT at the cost of a quality education. As parents, are you willing to wait until eighth grade to see proof?