Interview with Sandra Feldman
QUESTION 35
INTERVIEWER:

And what had happened about the teachers that were mistaken?

SANDRA FELDMAN:

Well, the, the overall conflict, ah, brought out all sorts of divisiveness and, ah, within the context of what was happening citywide you would ask me, "How did the teachers in that area feel?" And I would say that the issue of anti-semitism was not a major issue in that local situation, although there were sensitivities to it, and there were some teachers for example, who felt that it was anti-semitism which, which, ah, resulted in a teacher being charged whose name was the same as another teacher, ah, when the, the first teacher wasn't even in the school that he was--you know, the charges were being brought against. So, so, there was a feeling, I think, in general that people were misunderstanding each other.