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January 30, 1981 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-01-30

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Israel Institute
for Teachers

American Federation of
Teachers and the American
Federation of School Ad-
ministrators are joining
with the National Commit-
tee for Middle East Studies
to sponsor the fifth annual
Middle East Studies Insti-
tute at Tel Aviv University
in Israel. The Israel
Teachers Union is also a
sponsor of the program,
hick is scheduled for July
-Aug. 20.
The institute provides
Arnitrican educators with
an intensive study of the
Middle East through lec-
tures by Israeli academics
and field trips throughout
Israel related to the course
work. The curriculum
covers Middle East history,
geography, economy and so-
cial conditions, with speqial
emphasis on the Arab-
Israel conflict and the peace
process, as well as other con-
flict situations in the area.
Tel Aviv University
grants six graduate credits
to participants who pass the
final examination. School
systems throughout the
U.S. have accepted these
credits for salary and pro-
motional increments. More
than 200 American
teachers, curriculum plan-
ners and supervisors have
taken the course since its
inception in 1977.
For an application, write
the National Committee for
Middle East Studies, 9 E.
40th St., New York, N.Y.

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NEW YORK — William
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American Telephone and
Telegraph Co., has called on
business leaders to help re-
vitalize American industry
by hiring and promoting
executives who may have
been excluded in the past
from corporate positions be-
cause of their religion.
In a booklet entitled "Re-
cruiting Talent for the
1980's," which has just been
published by the American
Jewish Committee, the
AT&T head points out that
American industry today
faces intense competition
from other industrial na-
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and the finest talent . . .
We can no longer tolerate
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from management and
executive positions in the
corporate structure for rea-
sons having nothing to do
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standing and effectively
treating certain autoim-
mune diseases, is a primary
objective of research now
being carried out by Prof.
Sara Fuchs, the Weizmann
Institute of Science.

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