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July 21, 1989 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-07-21

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I TEENS I

THE
GIFT .
THAT
ALWAYS 1111
FITS.

Alaska

GI.

Continued from preceding page

ed on. When we arrived at our
destination, the sun had come
out and the sight was just
breathtaking.
On our second day in Banff
we saw Lake Louise. We hik-
ed around the lake and up the
mountain — 2,500 feet! That
evening we went to town. We
all had fast-food dinners and
shopped in the (over-priced)
stores.
On our ride through Jasper

we stopped at the Columbian
Ice Fields. Reluctantly, we all
got off the warm bus into the
cold air to take pictures.
While we were outside it
began to storm — snow!
Everyone was amazed at
being in a snow storm in the
middle of June.
The next day we boarded
the ferry for Alaska, and then
we were off to hike the
Chilkoot!

Fine furniture
accessories and
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The Harry and Sarah Laker Israel Youth Scholarship was recently
awarded to Sarah A. Resnick, center, of Birmingham. It will enable
her to study at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem during 1989-1990.
Pictured with her are, from left: Mrs. Sarah Laker and Rabbi Milton
Arm.

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doesn't stand
still . . .
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it moves
and has
sound!

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Special Needs
Program Enrolls

The United Hebrew Schools
Special Education program is
accepting enrollment for the
1989-1990 school year.
Entering its 11th year, the
program serves all types of
students with special needs
including the learning disabl-
ed, emotionally impaired,
developmentally disabled,
hearing and visually im-
paired. Students ages 4-74
meet at the UHS building on
Sunday mornings and
weekdays after school. For in-
formation, call UHS,
354-1050.
Dr. Daniel Margolis and
Carol Ingall, executive direc-
tors of the bureaus of Jewish
education of Boston and
Rhode Island, respectively,
described such programs.
In Boston, as a result of an
extensive planning process
initiated by the federation,
the Full-Time Educator Pro-
gram was developed, in which

positions for principals were
converted from part-time to
full-time. Moving from only
25 percent of principals in
full-time jobs, they expect an
increase to 40 percent over a
three-year period.
The Rhode Island program
focuses on developing new
teachers through a mentor/
novice approach. Initial fund-
ing was provided by the
federation. Individuals with
either a good Judaic
background or previous ex-
perience in the classroom were
enrolled.
Comprehensive strategies
are emerging on the national
scene as well as locally, as
demonstrated by the work of
the Commission of Jewish
Education in North America,
chaired by Mort Mandel and
co-sponsored by JESNA and
JWB. Using a multi-
dimensional approach, the
commission brings together
communal, religious, educa-
tional and philanthropic
leaders.

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