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June 05, 1992 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-06-05

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delivery of education taking
place at the congregational
level with strong support for
instruction and innovation
from the AJE.
"The flash point is the kids
and the teachers in the —
classroom," he said, and he
supports innovative teacher
training and the use of corn-,
puters and video cameras
"to make the Jewish
classroom more exciting."
He also envisions more in-
formal Jewish educational
settings, including family
camp weekends.
To accomplish these goals'
in San Francisco, Mr.
Gelberd helped bring in
$500,000-$800,000 each year
in outside grants to the BJE.
He says San Francisco has
the highest number of teens
visiting Israel, per capita, of''
any city in the United
States, including 200 this fl
summer on a BJE-sponsored
trip.
"I want to meet with the
rabbis and educators in
Detroit and do a lot of listen-
ing," Mr. Gelberd said. "But
the AJE can be the force
behind the innovations."

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Ofra Fisher:
On to Washington.

Ofra Fisher will end her
nearly five-year tenure as
head of the Agency for Jew-
ish Education on June 19.
She will follow her husband
Sam to Washington, D.C.
Sam Fisher, former head of
Detroit's Fresh Air Society,
left the agency last year to
become international direc-
tor of B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization.
Mrs. Fisher said she has
not yet taken a new position,
although she has begun
sending out her resume. "I
just want to move and settle
down," she said.
Detroit has done well in
Jewish education, Mrs.

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