Harlem Hebrew Awarded $100,000 Technology Grant

For Immediate Release

September 17, 2017.

Harlem Hebrew Awarded $100,000 Technology Grant

Hebrew Public school awarded technology grant from Borough President Brewer.

New York – The office of Manhattan Borough President, Gale Brewer has awarded Harlem Hebrew Language Academy Charter School $100,000 grant in capital funding for classroom technology upgrades.

Harlem Hebrew Language Academy is part of the Hebrew Public school network that manages three New York City Hebrew-English schools and supports six affiliate schools across the country.

This fiscal year 2018 grant will assist in purchasing new technology for all classrooms and will help expand the school’s science and technology curriculum.

Jon Rosenberg, president and CEO of Hebrew Public, said this grant from Borough President Brewer will help equip the students with the technological skills needed for success in this 21st century workforce.

“We are grateful to Borough President Brewer for awarding this grant to Harlem Hebrew,” Rosenberg said. “We look forward to strengthening our partnership with the borough president’s office to make Harlem a stronger community.”

Founded in 2013, Harlem Hebrew Language Academy Charter School is located in Manhattan’s CSD3 and serves more than 400 students from kindergarten to fifth grade. Harlem Hebrew is a member of the Diverse Coalition of Charter Schools and offers its students a rigorous liberal arts curriculum with a focus on global citizenship.

Hebrew Public is leading a national movement of exceptional, diverse public charter schools that teach Modern Hebrew to children of all backgrounds and prepare them to be successful global citizens. The network includes schools in Brooklyn, Harlem, New Jersey, Washington, DC, San Diego, Los Angeles, and Minneapolis.