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New York’s Years-Long Battle To Regulate Yeshiva Education Is Coming to a Head

Despite the New York State Education Department's complaints, yeshivas excel to a degree well beyond what public schools accomplish. 

Students of Yeshivat Ohr Elchanan at Tiberias, Israel. Wikimedia Commons

Students of Yeshivat Ohr Elchanan at Tiberias, Israel. Wikimedia Commons

AVI SHAFRAN

Wednesday, April 13, 2022

05:02:03 pm

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AVI SHAFRAN

Rabbi Avi Shafran serves as public affairs director of Agudath Israel of America. He writes often in Jewish and general media — and has appeared in the Sun for nearly 20 years.

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