UCKO, SIEGFRIED (Sinai ; 1905–1976), rabbi and educator. Born in Gleiwitz (Gliwice), Upper Silesia, Ucko studied at the Juedisch-Theologisches Seminar, Breslau, and at the Hochschule (Lehranstalt) fuer die Wissenschaft des Judentums, Berlin. After serving as rabbi in Mannheim and Offenburg, he settled in Palestine in 1935, teaching at Kiryat Bialik and at a teachers' training college in Tel Aviv (from 1946). In 1951 he was appointed head of the teacher's seminary at Givat ha-Sheloshah and was instructor in education at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem. In 1955 Ucko became head (later professor) of the education department of Tel Aviv University, also serving as inspector of teachers' training at the Israel Ministry of Education. His published works include Der Gottesbegriff in der Philosophie Herrmann Cohens (1927) and Al ha-Osher re-ha-Tov ("On Happiness and Goodness," 1951).
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