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February 18, 1994 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-02-18

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Jewish Groups Split
On Voucher Votes

February 24, 25 & 26

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Washington (JTA) — Jewish
groups reacted with mixed
emotions this week to three
controversial Senate pro-
posals dealing with the role
of government and religion
in public schools.
Two of the amendments,
dealing with school prayer,
were approved by the Senate
as part of the Clinton ad-
ministration's education
package known as the
"Goals 2000" legislation. A
third amendment, regarding
school vouchers, was
defeated.
One amendment passed
would require schools to
allow students to engage
voluntarily in
"constitutionally protected
prayer," or lose their federal
aid.
Critics of the bill claim
that the ambiguous defini-
tion of "constitutionally pro-
tected prayer" — language
chosen to attract more votes
for the bill — will give school
administrators headaches
over which prayers they
should allow and which they
should not.
Mark Pelavin, Washing-
ton representative of the
American Jewish Congress,
a strong opponent of prayer
in schools, called the pro-
posal "troublesome."
The bill will cause school
boards fearful of losing
crucial federal funds to err
in favor of allowing prayer,
even if the prayer is not con-
stitutionally protected, Mr.
Pelavin said.
Sen. Jesse Helms, R-N.C.,
introduced the amendment,
which passed Feb. 3 by a 75-
22 margin.
The Senate also passed a
controversial resolution Feb.
4 supporting a moment of si-
lence during the school day
that would allow students to
pray if they so desired.
The so-called "moment of
silence" amendment, spon-
sored by Sen. John Danforth,
R-Mo., passed 78-8.
Rabbi Abraham Shemtov,
national director of Ameri-
can Friends of Lubavitch,
strongly supported the
resolution along with Wash-
ington-area Lubavitcher
groups.
"A moment of silence br-
ings about the awareness in
children of the existence of a
supreme being," Rabbi
Shemtov said.
Opponents of the amend-
ment argue that there is a

Jesse Helms:
Introduced an amendment.

great deal of uncertainty
surrounding the implemen-
tation of this proposal. It is
unclear whether the mo-
ment of silence will be the
responsibility of the teacher,
the principal or someone
else, said Michael Lieber-
man, associate director of
the Anti-Defamation
League.
Other opponents claim
that the legislation has little
purpose, since no school has
ever prevented a student
from engaging in a moment

The Senate
rejected the
amendment for
federally funded
vouchers.

of silence, as Richard Foltin,
legal counsel for the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, put
it.
Mr. Danforth's bill was
offered only as a "sense of
the Senate" resolution, and
did not threaten school
boards with the loss of fed-
eral funds.
Meanwhile, on Feb. 8, the
Senate rejected an amend-
ment calling for federally
funded school vouchers.
The amendment would
have created a demonstra-
tion program to allow some
federal funds to be used for
vouchers in private and
parochial schools.
School vouchers take the
form of coupons that allow
parents sending their chil-
dren to private schools to
have federal education funds

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