As far as I know the Buddha stessed the jhânas. But nowadays, among the schools and masters I've cited, these aspects are ignored (at least to certain extent). What's more, the wisdom aspect is also underdevelopped, as far as I can understand these schools: there is little mention of the 5 aggregates, the 12 bases, and D.O. Rather you're told to remain "in the unconditionned mind", by being "fully aware". I don't say that it doesn't work, I just say that it's (maybe) putting to much stress on one particular aspect of the path.
Some teachers have a more balanced approach in my view: Thanissaro Bhikkhu, Bhikkhu Bodhi, Ajahn Sujato, Ajahn Amaro, Ajahn Anan, L.P Chah, L.P Maha Bua...not to talk of the Tibetan Masters such as the Dalai Lama.