OU Advocacy advocates an array of initiatives at the Federal level to obtain and empower parents in their educational choices for their children, expand education reform and secure greater resources for Jewish day schools and the families who use them.
House Bill 2373 will improve the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) and the Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit (OSTC) programs and make a significant difference to our children and families.
OU Advocacy-PA has launched the Pennsylvania Educational Tax Credit Coalition, bringing together organizations within the Commonwealth that work to ensure the ongoing funding of Pennsylvania’s tax credit tax programs.
OU Advocacy, the non-partisan public policy arm of the Orthodox Union, congratulates the Alef Bet Montessori School for receiving one of Maryland’s Pre-kindergarten Expansion Grants for the 2014-2015 school year, in the amount of $112,000. Alef Bet’s pre-K program is one of only three such programs in Montgomery County to be awarded a grant and one of only 24 such programs throughout the state to receive a grant.
The New Jersey office of OU Advocacy, the non-partisan public policy arm of the Orthodox Union, applauds Governor Christie, Senate President Steven Sweeney, Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto, Senate Budget Chairman Paul Sarlo, Assembly Budget Chairman Gary Schaer and Senator Peter Barnes for the substantial increase in technology and nursing aid available to non-public schools in the state’s Fiscal Year 2015 budget, signed by Gov. Christie yesterday.
Good Afternoon, Just a couple of hours ago, OU Advocacy-Teach NYS and Yachad, the National Jewish Council for Disabilities (NJCD), celebrated a groundbreaking achievement for New York City families with special needs children. We are proud to have worked and … Continued
The Orthodox Union Advocacy Center-Teach NYS applauds Governor Cuomo, State Senate Co-Leaders Jeff Klein and Dean Skelos and Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver for reaching an agreement on the state budget in today’s early morning hours, which includes legislative items that provide an unprecedented amount of funding for non-public schools.
By Michael Orbach In a quiet office in the Capital building in Albany, NY, Maury Litwack, OU Advocacy’s Director of State Political Affairs and Outreach, gave three members of Brooklyn’s Jewish community a quick run-down on the possibilities of government … Continued