Committee approves plan for Hebrew-language charter in New York City

Jan. 13, 2009
K-8 school in Brooklyn eventually would serve 675 students

A committee of the New York State Board of Regents has approved a proposal for New York City’s first Hebrew-language charter school, all but clearing the way for the school to open this fall in Brooklyn. The school, to be called the Hebrew Language Academy Charter School, would begin with 150 kindergartners and first graders, and is designed to eventually serve 675 students from kindergarten through eighth grade.

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