Deborah Weissman is a specialist in Jewish education. She wrote her M.A. thesis in sociology on the history of the Bais Yaakov movement in Poland between the two world wars. Her Ph.D. in Jewish Education, from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, is on the social history of Jewish women’s education. She has had extensive experience in teacher training, religious feminism, interfaith teaching and dialogue, having served for two terms as President of the International Council of Christians and Jews, the first Jewish woman (and only the second woman at all) to have served in that position in well over 50 years.
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