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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-08-22

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» Upbeat Leader Oakland U. chair Michael Kramer
leads during a time of growth and change. See page 38.

» Jews And Food U-M grad student's research leads
to groundbreaking exhibit. See jewish®edu, page 41.

» Arts For All Gottlieb Family Festival of the Arts
celebrates stage, film, culture and more. See page 55.

DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

metro

Tovah Feldshuh brings Golda's Balcony to the
Berman Center.

» cover story

Multi-
Grade
Upgrade

Looking Cool
At School

Rule your school in our
fashion picks for fall.

Lynne Konstantin I Contributing Writer

K

ids can be the class star every day
by expressing their inner fashionista
— boys, too.
This season,
"chunky knit sweat-
ers, back-slash
detailing paired
with neon tanks,
tons of lace and
bold-patterned leg-
gings are where it's
at for girls:' says
Michelle Bone,
co-owner of Love
Child in Franklin.
"For boys, graphic
tees and fun, rug-
ged sweats are still
a strong trend?'
For both: Layer,
Max & Bean Flutter
layer,
layer. Mix
Top with Lace ($40)
and
match
pat-
and TK, all at Love
terns,
bring
out the
Child, Franklin (248-
brights
and
always
757-2948; facebook.
remember — bold
com/lovechildkids)
is beautiful.

For a look at the latest back-to-school trends,
see page 30.

Akiva showcases
curriculum changes,
new administration
and plans for its
next 50 years.

Isaac Wolfe of West

Bloomfield and Ziv Brodie of

Southfield, both juniors at

Akiva, get some Israeli food

Shelli Liebman Dorfman

at the school's annual Yom

Contributing Writer

HaAtzmaut celebration.

S

ummer activity at Akiva Hebrew Day School went
far beyond the early August paint touch-ups and
floor and carpet cleaning.
For head of school, Rabbi Tzvi Klugerman, the warm
weather months brought a continuation of what he came to
Akiva to achieve.
"I was brought in to make change said Klugerman,
whose summer included many hours revamping curricu-
lum, meeting with new staff and attending a conference

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of the International Society of Technology in Education
in San Antonio on a grant from the New York-based Avi
Chai Foundation. He also spent time at Gratz College in
Philadelphia, where he is working toward a doctorate in
Jewish education.
In a recent letter to families of the Southfield-based nurs-
ery-12 Orthodox Zionist day school, he wrote, "When I came
to Akiva Hebrew Day School two years ago, I pledged that
we were going to pursue parallel excellence on both sides of
the curriculum by changing the academic program where
needed and streamlining our operations so that we could be
even more fiscally responsible.
"We are designing a multi-year system of accountability
for all our students' academic programs, implementing a sys-
tem that serves our students in need of educational support
even better, and requiring all our teachers, new and veteran,
to be fluent in the educational lexicon of the best practices in
education?'

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