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Seventeen Students Graduate from Jewish Teachers Seminary in Montreal

July 1, 1964
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Seventeen students of the United Jewish Teachers Seminary received their diplomas at the graduation exercises here. Lavy Becker, president of the Seminary for the past 10 years, officiated at the exercises. Leon Kronitz delivered the address and Dr. Samuel Lewin, director of the Seminary, presented the diplomas. Y. Shtern spoke on behalf of the faculty.

The United Jewish Teachers’ Seminary, sponsored by the Canadian Jewish Congress, offers a two-year full time day training course for teachers of all types of Jewish schools, day schools, afternoon schools, communal and congregational. Its program includes, besides pedagogical training and practice teaching, advance study in Hebrew and Yiddish language and literature, Bible and Prophets, Jewish History, Mishna, History of Education, Sociology of Jewish life in Canada, and other Jewish subjects.

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