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August 19, 1994 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-08-19

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Israel Bonds
Honors Plaine

Nancy Handleman

Teacher Wins
Recognition

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Newspapers are indispensable in
Nancy Handelman's classroom.
Half of each class period is de-
voted to learning about econom-
ics by reading the paper.
Her teaching methods recent-
ly won her recognition as Michi-
gan NIE (Newspapers in
Education) Exemplary Teacher
of the Year.
Ms. Handelman, who teach-
es high-school completion cours-
es at Farmington Community
School, was selected for her
achievement and creativity in the
use of newspapers as an educa-
tional tool, according to Ruth
Shulenberger, educational ser-
vices representative with Detroit
Newspapers in Education. She
was selected from a field of 150
candidates.

She was selected
from a field of 150
candidates.

Ronald Plaine will be honored at
the 21st Annual Tam O'Shanter
Country Club Israel Bonds Din-
ner Dance 7 p.m. Sept. 10.
Mr. Plaine will be presented
with Israel's prestigious
Jerusalem, City of Peace Award
in recognition of outstanding ser-
vice to the Jewish community
and the State of Israel.
Mr. Plaine is president of Corn-
erica Securities. He is affiliated
with the Public Securities Asso-
ciation, Bond Club of Detroit, and
American Institute of Certified
Public Accountants. He has
served as a speaker for various
groups including the Michigan
Bankers Association, Fidelity Fo-
rum, American Institute of Bank-

Ronald Plaine

ing and the Public Securities
Association.
In addition to his efforts on be-
half of Israel's economic develop-
ment through State of Israel
Bonds, Mr. Plaine is active in oth-
er civic and philanthropic caus-
es. He serves as a board member
of the Jewish Community Cen-
ter and as a trustee for Israel
Tennis Center. He is involved in
the Jewish Sports Hall of Fame,
B'nai B'rith, Cong. B'nai Moshe
and Make A-Wish Foundation.
For event information, call
Gerry Berkal, (810) 352-6555.

"A newspaper is the most cur-
rent textbook there is," said Ms.
Handelman, of West Bloomfield.
"The information it contains is al-
ways easy to integrate with eco-
nomics."
Ms. Handelman, who has been
teaching in Farmington since
1981, often asks students to read,
discuss or write a reaction to a
certain article.
"Every student learns in a dif-
ferent manner," Ms. Schoenberg Yechiel Leiter, a leading figure in
said. "For some, the reality found the Israeli settlement movement
in a newspaper is extremely help- for nearly a decade and executive
ful, especially when educating director of the YESHA Council
adults where a textbook is not al- foreign desk will speak 8:30 p.m.,
Tuesday, Aug. 23, at the Oak
ways relevant."
Knight-Ridder, the parent Park home of Miriam Shear.
Mr. Leiter is a spokesman for
company of the Detroit Free
Press, honored Ms. Handleman non-violent efforts to secure the
and 21 other teachers through- rights of Jews to live peacefully
in the settlements. Born and
out the country.
"This recognition belongs to raised in Scranton, Pa., Mr. Leit-
the students," Ms. Handelman er came to Israel at the age of 18
said. 'Their positive response en- where he served in the Israel De-
couraged me to do more with fense Forces and studied at
Yeshiva Kiiyat Arba. LI
newspapers in the classroom."

Leiter To Speak
On Settlements

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