tuition crisis

The Tuition Crisis At 20: What Now?

06/20/2016 - 16:24
Special To The Jewish Week
  • “Day schools ... are having trouble paying their bills. The problem is, the predominant sources of their income — parents — are having even more trouble keeping up with rising tuitions.”
  • “The Jewish community has virtually disowned those of us of moderate income.”
  • “It has been said, only partly in jest, that the high cost of day school education promotes birth control.”
Jeff Kiderman

Overall Day School Enrollment Stable

01/08/2013 - 19:00
Associate Editor

Editor's Note: This is an updated version of an article posted Jan. 4, which contained some errors.

Overall day school enrollment outside the fervently Orthodox yeshiva world was relatively stable this year, despite concerns that the economy would spur sharp declines.

A New Model For Jewish Day Schools

09/13/2012 - 20:00
Special To The Jewish Week

Yeshivat He¹Atid, a new day school in Bergen County, NJ, is providing Jewish communities nationwide with a groundbreaking new model for high quality, affordable Jewish day school education. Opening with 115 students in our first year, Yeshivat He¹Atid is re-imagining the Jewish day school classroom of the 21st century.

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