Wednesday, September 3, 2014 Elul 8, 5774
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Barbara S. Rothschild
A Bucks County teacher who's required by law to include Holocaust lessons in her curriculum at a public middle school in South Jersey explains why she's lobbying to get a similar mandate passed in her home state.
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Ted Kirsch
The president of American Federation of Teachers Pennsylvania urges Perelman Jewish Day School to rescind its decision to no longer recognize the teachers' union representation.
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Aaron J. Freiwald
A Perelman Jewish Day School board member and parent explains the decision to cut off the teachers' union representation.
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The board of directors of the private Jewish day school have decided to no longer recognize the union that currently represents the teachers. Board members say the move will lead to a "culture of collaboration" while teachers assert the real issues are seniority and tenure.
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The Elkins Park synagogue will offer new tuition incentives and language programs for children ages 3 to 5 in the fall.
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