- (1895-1962)American educator. He was born in Russia and was taken to the US in 1907. In 1923 he became the education director of the Commission of Jewish Education of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. He also served as president of the National Council for Jewish Education (1927-8). His writings include Changing Concepts in Jewish Education.
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GAMORAN, EMANUEL — (1895–1962), U.S. educator. Born in Belz, Russia, he was taken to the U.S. in 1907. From 1917 to 1921 Gamoran was associated with the New York Bureau of Jewish Education, becoming in 1923 the educational director of the Commission of Jewish… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
GAMORAN, MAMIE GOLDSMITH — (1900–1984), U.S. writer. Born in Jersey City, N.J. to Nathan and Mamie Aronson Goldsmith, Gamoran was a prolific author of Jewish children s textbooks and fiction. Raised in a non observant home, she received no formal Jewish education as a… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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SCHWARTZMAN, SYLVAN DAVID — (1913–1994) U.S. Reform rabbi, academician, administrator. Schwartzman was born in Baltimore and received his B.A. from the University of Cincinnati in 1936. In 1941, he was ordained at hebrew union college , which awarded him an honorary D.D. in … Encyclopedia of Judaism