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February 13, 2004 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-02-13

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ON BOARD from page 21

serve longer
His tenure as a school board mem-
ber may be short. After being sworn
in March 9, he serves as an appointee
only until June 30. The two years
remaining of Webb's position must
then be filled by the Farmington
Schools voters at the next election,
June 14. Wallach said that, barring
unforeseen circumstances, he plans to
run for that seat, which lasts until
June 20, 2006. At that same election,
other candidates will run for two seats
of four years each.
For the remainder of this school
year, Wallach will be the only Jewish
member of the seven-member school
board. He takes his seat at a time
when the district has been under close
scrutiny by some community mem-
bers over various policies, including
open communication and curriculum
Last summer, a group of parents,
largely Jewish, questioned the objec-
tivity of a new course on international
affairs, as well as the procedures by
which the course's curriculum was
written and the way it had received
board approval. The class has since
been offered in each of Farmington's
three high schools.
Wallach reviewed the curriculum
once it had undergone some revision,
in his capacity as ADL chair. "I have
not heard any complaints this year,
either from students in the course or
from their parents, about lack of
objectivity or balance in the course,"
he said. ❑



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page 12), a quote attributed to Yaeli
Bloch-Elkon, a Bar-Ilan University
doctoral graduate and lecturer in
political studies — "When there is
no policy, there is no PR" — was
actually her recollection of what a
senior staff official in the Israel
Ministry of Foreign Affairs had told
her when she asked why Israel was-
n't doing a better job deflecting
Palestinian propaganda.


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