The Effect of Public and Private Schooling on Anti-Semitism

Most major American Jewish organizations oppose voucher and other school choice programs based in part on the fear that private, mostly religious, schools do not check the development of anti-Semitism as well as do government operated public schools. A large, national survey finds that the more adult Americans attended private, particularly religious, schools when they were younger, the more favorable they are in their attitudes toward Jews. Large percentages of Americans express ignorance or indifference when confronted with anti-Semitic stereotypes.

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