Even though the Kibbutzim College of Education Technology & the Arts has been training teachers in Israel for seven decades it is not widely known on our shores.
Founded by the kibbutz movement in 1939, it serves 3,300 students at its campus in Tel Aviv.
The college chairman, Hagai Meirom, recently held a reception at the home of Israeli Consul General Asaf Shariv in New York to draw attention to the accomplishments of the teachers college.
Fellow envoys honor four Israelis on July 14, at the Prime Grill in Manhattan.
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