Ph.D - History, New York University
M.A. - History, Indiana University
B.A. - City College of New York
College and University Teaching:
California State University, Long Beach
Pace University, N.Y.C.,, N.Y.
The New School for Social Research, N.Y.C., N.Y.
Secondary School Training:
Teacher of Social Studies in N.Y.C. High Schools
K-12 Social Studies Administrator, White Plain
Schools, White Plains, N.Y.
Special Projects: 
Executive Director, California Council for History                               Education
                      Fulbright Specialist Program
                      Teaching American History grants
Director, California History/social Science Project
Educational Coordinator, Gilder-Lehrman Institute
Project Director of Summer Institutes for National
Endowment for the Humanities
Academic Coordinator of Gear-Up Grants
Job: The Story of a Holocaust Survivor
The Road to Hell: A Survivor's Account of the 
Nazi Death March
World History: Traditions and New Direction
Articles on the teaching of history in The History
Teacher, Social Education, The Social Studies
Journal, The Social Studies Review, The Newsletter
of the Organization of American Historians
Invited Lectureships:
ElderHostel, Leisure World, Jagiellonian University                               (Krakow, Poland), American Historical Association,                                 Organization of American Historians, National
Council of Social Studies, California Council of
History Education, Pannasastra University in Cambodia
"The past isn't dead; it isn't even past yet."  --William Faulkner