Rumanian Government to Open College to Train Yiddish Teachers for State Schools

A college train Yiddish teachers in Romania will soon be established here, it was announced today by the Ministry of Education. The government-supported institution will operate on the same basis as training collage which prepare “teachers of other national minorities. The regular course of instruction will be for four years.

A summer course for Yiddish teachers presently working in Rumanian state schools will be offered at Bacau. Officials of the Education Ministry list the number of students now learning Yiddish in state schools at 6,000.

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