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January 08, 1971 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-08

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Israel, U.S. Share 'School Integration' Woes

JERUSALEM (JTA)—Israel and
the United States share the prob-
lem of establishing integration in
their school systems as a means of
raising the educational levels of
culturally deprived children.
But while American efforts to
cope with the problem are pri-
marily a defensive move on -the
part of a majority dealing with a
minority, in Israel the entire soci-
ety is identified with the problem.
These relationships were brought



out by American and Israeli educa- age 4.10 are from sections of the
tors, sociologists and psychologists community usually characterized
participating in a two-day confer-
as culturally deprived. These
ence on "Opportunities for the are
usually children of immigrant
Disadvantaged," organized by the families from North Africa and
Hebrew University-National Coun- Asian countries.
cil of Jewish Women Center for
Smith criticized the government's
Research -in Education for the Dis-
policy of population dispersal under
advantaged.

According to .Hanoch Smith,
head of the labor ministry's

manpower planning authority,
66 per cent of Israeli children

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which most new towns and settle-
ments 'are populated by the educa-
tionally weaker elements, creating
a surplus of unskilled persons and
built-in unemployment problems.
Dr. Chaim Adler, a sociologist
who heads the center's research
program,- said that integrated edu-
cation meant the creation of a
common framework of education
for the entire school population as
proposed in reforms now being
worked out with regard to junior
high schools in Israel.
A recent project to investigate
the effects of enriched educational
methods on homogeneous and het-
erogeneous pre-kindergarten classes
indicated however that improve-
ments were related more to enrich-
ed curriculum that to the factor of
integration.
Better results were obtained in
classes in which the "established"
children outnumbered. the deprived
by two-to-one than in the homo-
geneous classes composed entirely
of culturally disadvantaged chil-
dren. -
Prof. James Coleman of Johns
Hopkins University said the re-
sults in the U.S. showed that the

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Soviet Jewry - Information
NEW YORK — The American
Jewish Congress has announced
plans to change the recorded mes-
sage on its 24-hour "hct line" on

integration because with a lessen-
ing of tension associated with se-
curity problems, the country's
cultural unity may split.

Anti-Semitic

Brochure

WASHINGTON—Extremists have
distributed an anti-Semitic leaflet
smearing Rev. Charming Phillips
and other prominent black leaders
who had wiled U.S. support for
Israel in a full-page advertisement
in the New York Times and the
Washington Post in June..
The anonymous flyer was aimed
at Phillips 'because be is a candi-
date for D.C. now-voting delegate
to Congress; its authors demanded
that Blacks identify with the Arabs
and denounced "Uncle Tom leader-
ship."
Phillips responded with a re-
affirmation of his support for - Is-
rael, declaring that "I admire
Israel's attempts to create a demo-
cratic and egalitarian society in a
region of .the world where real
democracy is scarce and where
governments seem unconcerned
with the abject poverty in 'which
their people live .
.--And I un-
equivocally reject the ,views of
those who . . . seek to rally black
support for anti-Israel positions on
the basis of specious color rela-
tions and without reference to the
issues."

A Different Tune Called

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Julius
Katz-Suchi, dropped by the Polish
Communist regime because of his
Jewish birth, told a reporter he
may remain in Israel, but "it de-
pends on whether I can contribute
anything to the Jewish state."
When Katz-Such! was Poland's
ranking ambassador at the UN, he
distinguished himself by his at-
tacks against. Israel, where he
may now decide to remain.

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Soviet Jewry daily, in order to give

callers the most up-to-date infor-
mation and provide late reports
on protests in the New York area.

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January 8th, 9th

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culturally disadvantaged had a
better chance of higher achieve-

ment by contact _with the more
advantaged group because it was
hoped that integration would
serve to bridge social chasms.
Prof. Coleman said that Israel

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values, beliefs and attitudes in
society.
On the other hand, he said, the
U.S. has had more success than
Israel in bringing about the par-
ticipation of all levels of society
in occupations and professions,
politics and government.
Prof. Coleman warned that Israel
cannot continue to neglect social

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