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December 17, 1971 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-12-17

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AAJE Hopes to Meet Jewish Studies Demand in U.S. Public Schools

NEW YORK—To meet a growing
demand for Jewish studies in pub-
lic schools, the American Associa-
tion for Jewish Education has an-
nounced "a program of increased
help to cities from New York to
Los Angeles."
The agency report noted "that
while no two school systems ex-

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public schools is designing proto-
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adapted to varying needs."
Seymour P. Lachman, chairman
of the national committee, said
the design will tell the story of
Jewish history and culture in elec-
tives, mini-courses and special
units. It will include world and
American Jewish history; Jewish
life in Eastern Europe; Jewish
immigration to the United States
and its influence on social and
political movements; the Holo-
caust; and Israel.
In literature, plans include an-
thologies of ancient and medieval
Jewish works in translation and
such modern and contemporary
writers as Sholom Aleichem, Elie

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late winter and early spring in
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the Internationad Trade Fair which
attracts 1,300 exhibitors from 38
countries and 400,000 visitors.
The World Federation of Jewish
Journalists meets in Jerusalem
Jan. 12-16; the seventh Interna-
tional Bridge Festival, Feb. 10-24,
will draw experts from Great
Britain, France, Italy and Hol-
land; Israel Fashion Week will be
held Feb. 3-13 in Tel Aviv.
The Institute of Archeology of
Hebrew. University is arranging
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clude seven days of actual work
at the digs at the Western Wall in
Jerusalem and other historical
spots. The trips are scheduled for
Feb. 23, March 15 and April 2. The
fourth International Congress of
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TIE HEMET JEWISH NEWS

112—Friday, December 17, 1971

Jan. 22
March15 Jan. 29

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