by Amy Sara Clark
December 10, 2014
When the city expanded universal pre-K last year, the focus on full-day seats left most of the city’s Jewish schools unable to participate. But in a letter last week, Deputy Mayor Richard Buery hinted that was about to change.
At least a little bit.
In a Dec. 1 letter assuring the Committee of NYC Religious and Independent School Officials that the half-day program would continue, Buery noted that there will be “additional half-day pre-K” slots next year.
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