“We have some families whose income has just stopped.”
Dozens of anonymous Jewish parents are collaborating in a subversive act of citizen journalism that’s bringing a burst of transparency to the murky realm of day school tuition.
Pro-Palestinian groups participating in a student protest against tuition increases at the City University of New York are blaming the high cost of education on “Zionists.”
The parents of three school-age children shrunk their day school tuition bill by $163,000. How’d they do it?
Federal tax breaks for families that save for private or Jewish day schools are in danger of being slashed. They should be expanded, writes Melissa Langsam Braunstein.
SCHOOL SOLUTIONS: Affordability is a major problem for Jewish day schools. The Hyman Brand school in Overland Park, Kan., took a radical step: It slashed tuition in half.
Jewish day school is expensive and the cost is beyond the reach of many families. The solution could be income-based tuition fees, argues Aurora Mendelsohn.
I have just emerged from what has felt like the most stressful experience of my adult life. Those of you whose children are high school seniors know exactly what I’m talking about: the college admissions process.
Boston-area Jewish day schools got a major boost this week — in the form of $2.1 million.