Sunday, September 11, 2022

In Hasidic Enclaves, Failing Private Schools Flush With Public Money

To examine the Hasidic schools, The Times reviewed thousands of pages of public records, translated dozens of Yiddish-language documents and interviewed more than 275 people, including current and former students, teachers, administrators and regulators.

1 comment :

  1. The Times claims that “the Hasidic boys’ schools have found ways of tapping into enormous sums of government money, collecting more than $1 billion in the past four years alone.”

    Did they fraudulently steal this money? Did they falsify documents?
    The answer is of course NO.
    There are various programs and grants and other monies that can be legally obtained by any school, simply by filling out the correct forms, and submitting the applications and paperwork on time.
    Money is allocated for security, bussing, text books, lunch programs and many other things. Some of these things are mandated by the government, for which the yeshivos are reimbursed. None of this money is connected to how a yeshiva teaches or doesn't teach its students.

    So the NY Slimes put forth a slimy charge that is libelous and false, and maliciously serves to cast Jews as money hungry thieves.


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