Jewish Supplementary Schooling in Montreal in the Latter Part of the Twentieth Century

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Title
Jewish Supplementary Schooling in Montreal in the Latter Part of the Twentieth Century
Abstract
The author examines the types of Jewish supplementary schooling existing in Montreal at the end of the twentieth century, with particular emphasis on the programs connected with the P.S.B.G.M. (Protestant School Board of Greater Montreal) school system, namely, the P.E.L.O. (Programmes d'Enseignement des Langues d'Origine) and the P.L.E. (Programme des Langues Ethniques) programs. The P.E.L.O. program is a national heritage language program offered in most Canadian schools as part of the multicultural global trend in education which became apparent in the second part of the twentieth century. The P.L.E. program is a uniquely Quebec educational program developed and implemented solely in Quebec. The author offers a general view of the programs, concentrating on the Hebrew studies units. The author offers a view of traditional Jewish supplementary schooling in Montreal, which is part of the P.L.E., and suggests the possible impact the P.L.E. and P.E.L.O. programs may have on future Jewish supplementary schools in Montreal.
Type
Master's Thesis
University
McGill University
Place
Montreal
Date
1991
# of Pages
28-57
Language
en
URL
Citation
Segall, Sima. “Jewish Supplementary Schooling in Montreal in the Latter Part of the Twentieth Century.” Master’s Thesis, McGill University, 1991. http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/obj/thesescanada/vol1/QMM/TC-QMM-60582.pdf.
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