Jewish Schools in Poland, 1919-39: Their Philosophy and Development
The author examines the nature of the interwar Polish Jewish school system, explaining the intramural culture and political groupings in the Jewish community that maintained the various networks of this system: Cysho, tarbut, Agudah, and mizrachi. her intention was to record the intellectual struggle and aspirations of polish jewry while memory was still fresh. she covers "the emergence of the two main political forces in jewish life - the bund and the zionist movement" and the various school systems, including the ultra-orthodox. there is discussion of the ideology and curriculum of each educational network.
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