New Jersey Yeshiva

New Day School Alternatives Set For Fall In N.J.

Parent labor, online classes keeping costs down in W. Orange, E. Brunswick.

05/31/2011
Associate Editor

Aaron Spool used to have a lot of trouble sleeping.

A father of three young children, with another on the way, Spool — who lives in West Orange, N.J. — was kept up at night worrying about yeshiva tuition.

“For me, paying for day school is impossible. I have an MBA from the University of Michigan and work in finance, and I just can’t do it,” he told The Jewish Week. “If I can’t, then everyone else is going to have an issue, and I wanted to get ahead of the curve, to be proactive instead of reactive.

The West Orange Cooperative Yeshiva. Photo courtesy of Janessa Wasserman
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