Choosing Hebrew

25th July 2008 at 01:00

A "Teach Jewish First" scheme should be promoted to university students to increase the number of Jewish studies teachers, says a report by the Jewish Leadership Council. The scheme would be modelled on the Teach First programme, through which high-achieving graduates undertake two-year teaching placements. The council also recommends Jewish primary schools should consider Hebrew as their foreign language.

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