NY State Board of Regents

Harlem Hebrew Charter Approved

06/19/2012
Associate Editor

A Hebrew charter school in Harlem may sound akin to an African-American-themed school in Borough Park or Jerusalem.

But Harlem Hebrew Language Academy Charter — whose charter the New York State Board of Regents formally approved on Tuesday, and which is slated to open in fall 2013 — is arguably in an ideal location to recruit a racially and socio-economically diverse student body interested in learning Hebrew.

New charter school will be modeled on Brooklyn's HLA charter.
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