Private School

Is Voucher Opposition Eroding?

Jewish organizations increasingly willing to advocate for tax cuts and other government benefits that could benefit day schools.

Assistant Managing Editor

As the weak economy puts a greater strain on Jewish day schools and the parents who support them, discussion about tapping public revenue to ease the burden is gaining new traction in the community, and some say this could be a landmark year for action on that front.

UJA-Federation recently hired Darcy Hirsh to advocate for more state resources for private schools.
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