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Source: Religious and independent day schools in New York City will receive an additional $37.7 million in government funding for the upcoming school year as a result of a years-long effort spearheaded by the Jewish Education Project and a coalition of interfaith organizations. The recouped funding for Title I programs will help teachers and students at religious and independent schools in New York City access new educational resources and promote more opportunities for professional learning.
Updated: Sep. 11, 2019
On December 22, 2009, Yeshiva University’s Institute for University-School Partnership convened a program on “Building Boards for Economic and Strategic Success for Yeshivot and Day Schools” in the Five Towns and Rockaways. The program is the sixth in a series this past year that helps schools to engage in research-based data-driven practices to improve their fiscal solvency.
Updated: Jan. 11, 2010
Boston is one of the few communities to have achieved across-the-board integrated education within existing schools for the overwhelming majority of Jewish children with special needs in its area. In fact, more than 500 special-needs children will be learning inside no less than 12 of Boston’s Jewish schools this year.
Updated: Sep. 01, 2009
Yeshiva University’s Institute for University-School Partnership convened a meeting for yeshivas and day schools in the Five Towns and Far Rockaway to discuss practical ways to save money by cutting energy and utility spending. The meeting, which took place at Yeshiva Ketana of Long Island, is one in a series of workshops on school affordability designed by the institute in cooperation with the YU Center for the Jewish Future.
Updated: May. 11, 2009