Ethnic Studies in K12 schools: The Jewish module

Digital (left) and paperback (right) editions of my new book
Digital (left) and paperback (right) editions of my new book

The Palestinian narrative of the Arab-Israeli conflict has been included in some “Ethnic Studies” courses in K12 public schools in the US, while omitting the Jewish perspective. Teachers are supposed to provide a balanced approach to their students, let the two sides of a conflict present their case, analyze a subject from multiple points of view and let their students think and come to their own conclusions. Without this balanced approach, education is degraded into indoctrination.

The missing Jewish perspective is presented in my new book, titled “Ethnic Studies in K12 schools: The Jewish module”. The presentation of the material is didactic and fitted to 9th graders.

Talk to teachers and urge them to include the Jewish narrative side-by-side with the Palestinian narrative.

The book can be downloaded for free at:

Teachers can refer their students to the above website to download the book for free. They can also make and freely distribute any number of copies of the book to their students.

The book is also available at Amazon in digital (Kindle, Tablet, Phone) and nicely bound paperback formats:

About the Author
Jaime Kardontchik has a PhD in Physics from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology. He lives in the Silicon Valley, California.
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