‘If public school get these things, private schools should too’

Traditionally, Jewish day schools, like their other parochial partners, have received limited government funding and services, such as busing and aid for special education.

But Jeff Leb of Cedarhurst, the New York director of political affairs for Orthodox Union Advocacy, and others like him, say things are changing.

Leb oversees the OU Advocacy Center’s Teach NYS Initiative, which consults with day schools to help them get the most benefits possible from government. The organization works with HAFTR.

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