Orthodox Union wants public funds for NY’s private Jewish schools

by Uriel Heilman

December 31, 2014

RRYTOWN, N.Y. (JTA) – The Orthodox Union is launching a multimillion-dollar advocacy campaign to increase government funding for Jewish day schools in New York.

The organization will be adding staff to the 10 full-timers already working on the issue and launching a multi-year campaign, according to its executive vice president, Allen Fagin. He also said the O.U. will retain “one of the leading political strategists in New York” to guide the effort. The O.U. declined to disclose the strategist’s identity.

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