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EDUCATION page 1

education to a graduate school.
It also will double the depart-
ment's student enrollment to
about 150, and increase its fac-
ulty from its present seven. The
new school will begin classes in
September 1996.
The Davidson grant will not
fund any new buildings for the
Conservative movement's 108-
year-old seminary, which is lo-
cated on New York's upper
Broadway.
According to the chancellor,

the school will have a three-fold
mission:
* Overcome a scarcity of pro-
fessional Jewish educators in
North America and around the
world.
* Support local Jewish educa-
tion efforts by developing new
teaching curricula and materi-
als.
* Conduct 'the most extensive
academic research yet under-
taken" in the field of Jewish ed-
ucation. ❑

Detroiters Applaud
Creation Of School

STEVE STEIN STAFF WRITER

etroit's Conservative
Jewish community react-
ed with endless superla-
tives to the creation of the
William Davidson Graduate
School of Jewish Education at the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America (JTS) in New York.
"It's incredibly exciting. It's al-
most like a fantasy," said
Anaruth Bernard, co-chair of the
Detroit Friends of the JTS.
"It's so crucial that we provide
our young people with a solid
Jewish education, which makes
the need for highly-qualified
Jewish teachers paramount," Ms.
Bernard said.
Alden Leib, the other co-chair
of the Detroit Friends of the JTS,
said, "It's wonderful to see Jewish
people supporting Jewish caus-
es. Of course, not many can make
as powerful a statement as Mr.
Davidson.
"This gift is especially impor-
tant because our future as Jews
depends so much on how we ed-
ucate our youth and our Jewish
teachers."
JTS regional director Tom
Wexelberg-Clouser echoed Ms.
Bernard and Mr. Leib's enthusi-
asm.
"We've converted words into
action. That's what makes Mr.
Davidson's gift so exciting," Mr.
Wexelberg-Clouser said.
Mr. Davidson, 70, chairman
and chief executive of Guardian
Industries, majority owner of the
Detroit Pistons and the Palace of
Auburn Hills and former presi-
dent of Congregation Shaarey
Zedek, donated $15 million to the
JTS to fund the creation of the
school which bears his name.
The first students of the
Davidson Graduate School of
Jewish Education will begin their
studies in September 1996.
"Detroit should be so proud of
the fact that this gift from Bill
Davidson came from our city,
which always has been in the
forefront of Jewish philanthropy
and the development of new and
innovative programs," said David
Hermelin, a friend and business

D

associate of Mr. Davidson.
"This gift could herald a new
era because it will focus the at-
tention of other great philan-
thropists on Jewish education,"
said Mr. Hermelin.
"They know that Bill Davidson
is a smart guy and if they see him
making this kind of commitment
to Jewish education, it could con-
vince them to do the same."
The JTS is made up of the
graduate school, the rabbinical
school, the Cantors Institute/
Seminary College of Music and
the Albert List College of Jewish
Studies.
Hillel Day School headmaster
-Dr. Mark Smiley is a graduate of
the JTS's Education Department,
which is being expanded into the
Davidson Graduate School.
Dr. Smiley says Mr. Davidson's
gift sends a clear signal about the
crucial role Jewish education
plays in the vitality and continu-
ity ofJudaism in America.
"It's important that the semi-
nary continues to produce high-
level Jewish educators," Dr.
Smiley said.
"I'm sure this will encourage
more people to take the leap of
faith and make Jewish education
their career. This is a relatively
new field. Fifty years ago, it re-
ally didn't exist.
"I'm sure the Davidson
Graduate School of Jewish
Education will enjoy the same
visibility as the other wonderful
schools at the seminary."
Anaruth Bernard says Mr.
Davidson's gift is yet another ex-
ample of his support of Jewish
education.
"Mr. Davidson has always
been a man of vision, and this gift
makes another strong statement
about what he considers impor-
tant," Ms. Bernard said.
"He has a long history of sup-
porting Jewish education within
the Conservative movement."
Several years ago, Mr.
Davidson made a major contri-
bution toward the William,
Ethan and Marla Davidson wing
at Hillel Day School. 11:1

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