Rabbi Jordan Soffer (’16) on the cost of Jewish Day School education

August 21, 2019

“No frills is a euphemism for no differentiation. Small class sizes and individualized instruction means more teachers, which means more salaries. Providing the type of support that helps learners of divergent interests and abilities thrive is, simply put, expensive. Students are different, and learn differently, and Jewish day schools have a responsibility to engage each and every student.”

In this Lehrhaus piece, To Ensure Excellence in Jewish Education, Invest in Jewish Day Schools, Jordan Soffer, ’16, addresses what’s behind Day School tuition costs and why they are worth the investment.

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