Coverage of yeshiva education and its government regulation
Letters to Carranza detailing a child’s plight offer insight into the crisis as slow action follows de Blasio’s delayed release of damning report. “It’s child abuse,” one mother decared.
In one case, cops closed a 311 complaint in 16 minutes — in the middle of the night, records show. Another yeshiva touted classes in a phone message.
Jewish schools in Brooklyn missed a Department of Education deadline to provide detailed plans to improve non-religious instruction.
City investigators say City Hall engaged in “political horse trading” during yeshiva review, but de Blasio was cleared of any wrongdoing.
A three-year-old program using public money for security guards at private schools – including elite institutions – is on pace to run $22.3 million.
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