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David Forman

David Forman’s first career was as a calligrapher. His second was as a developmental psychology researcher and college teacher. These days, he is a poet and a student of the Yiddish language. He lives in Ithaca, New York. Solomon Simon was his maternal grandfather.

Photo credit: Gerry Szymanski

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Text & Translation

דער גורל פֿון אונדזערע ייִדישיסטישע שולן

The Fate of Our Yiddishist Schools (Part 2)

Solomon Simon

Translation by David Forman

Part 2 of Solomon Simon’s insider’s view of the crisis in the Yiddish schools following World War II.

Text & Translation

דער גורל פֿון אונדזערע ייִדישיסטישע שולן

The Fate of Our Yiddishist Schools (Part 1)

Solomon Simon

Translation by David Forman

Solomon Simon’s insider’s view of the crisis in the Yiddish schools following World War II.

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