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With charters having recently been granted for two online schools in NJ, the path may now be open for a creative opportunity to solve – or at least ameliorate – the Jewish day school tuition crisis. In the case of a virtual charter school, the local education agency (LEA) along with the state pays for the full cost of education for each student enrolled in the school, including the cost of the education program, books, lab materials, and computer expenses, as well. The location of the actual computer onto which the student logs-on is irrelevant to the government, thus bringing the OU’s Department of Day School & Educational Services to suggest that Jewish day schools examine the option of having students learn their general studies at the yeshiva – but through the online program, cutting tuition costs drastically.
Updated: Mar. 02, 2011