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Lower tuition means higher enrolment

The recent article in The CJN entitled More Students Applying To Jewish High School in Toronto is an appropriate springboard for diving, fully confident of mission and means, into the New Year and the new decade. The information contained in

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How other jurisdictions are reducing tuition

The JTA published an article this week, sponsored by and produced in partnership with the Avi Chai Foundation, entitled “Five innovative ways Jewish day schools are reducing tuition costs.” The article was a summary roundup. The five discrete methods that


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Looking at Ontario’s educational system

Randall Denley, an Ottawa political commentator and former Ontario PC candidate, offered a commentary last week in the National Post on the state of Ontario’s educational system. Our system features four types of publicly funded school boards and as he

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