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February 14, 2013 - Image 1

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-02-14

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YEAR

2012

TINOS NOT
A TAX BILL

CURRENT AMOUNT

YEAR:

2013

1. TAXABLE VALUE (Current amount is tentative):
2. ASSESSED VALUE:

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IF

Bat Mitzvah
Comes Of Age

New exhibit at Charach Gallery
celebrates coming-of-age rite.

I

Elizabeth Applebaum

Special to the Jewish News

j udith Kaplan had one day to prepare

for her bat mitzvah ceremony.
On Friday, March 17, 1922, her
father, Rabbi Mordecai M. Kaplan (the future
co-founder of Reconstructionist Judaism),

CONTINUED ON PAGE 45

Jewish homeschooling families
prefer to learn out of the box.

I I ;—

Judith Ginsberg and Adele Wall Ginsberg of

Lynne Meredith Golodner I Special to the Jewish News

ost mornings, Aliana Schwartz, 12, wakes
before the rest of her family to write. She
writes all sorts of things — stories, essays,
rants — and the freedom she has to explore a variety of
genres and see where they take her is largely due to the
way her educational experience flows.
Schwartz and her 10-year-old brother, Itamar Moltz,
have been homeschooled all their lives. The Beverly Hills

Larchmont, N. Y., Sept. 19, 1959

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Covering and
Connecting
Jewish Detroit
Eve y Week

siblings, children of Dahlia Schwartz
and Kathleen Moltz, love their life,
which offers freedom, exploration
and limitless discovery.
"It's fun and it's encouraging, and
I don't feel learning is as much of a
chore as a fun activity when I do it
with my family:' says Aliana, who is
poised, articulate and confident —
characteristics her parents believe
grew out of the way she is being
educated.
"I am so pleased with the way
our children have grown up," says
Kathleen Moltz, the full-time, works-

CONTINUED ON PAGE 8

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3

Aliana

Schwartz,

12, and her

mother Dahlia

Schwartz work

on algebra

together while

her brother

Itamar Moltz,

10, works on

his fractions

in the dining

room.

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