Hebrew Public News

‘Diverse Charter School’ is Not an Oxymoron

‘Diverse Charter School’ Is Not An Oxymoron by Sara Berman Ten years ago, when we applied for permission to establish the city’s first Hebrew-language public charter school in Brooklyn’s District 22, representatives from the Department of Education questioned us about who exactly would patronize our proposed school. The DOE worried that only Jewish families would […]

Hebrew Public Approved for Second School in Brooklyn

Hebrew Language Academy 2 to Open in CSD 21 in Fall of 2017 Regents Approved only Three of 25 Applicants   November 16, 2016 – The New York State Board of Regents has authorized the opening of Hebrew Language Academy 2, a school that will be part of the Hebrew Public schools network. Hebrew Public, […]

$4.91 Million Federal Grant to Hebrew Public

HEBREW PUBLIC AWARDED $4.91 MILLION FEDERAL GRANT Funds to be used to help replicate and expand their reach in New York City September 29, 2016 – The U.S. Department of Education (DOE) has awarded a $4.91 million grant to Hebrew Public, the New York-based nonprofit that manages three English-Hebrew public charter schools in the city. […]

3 Join Hebrew Public Network

New York – Hebrew Public, a national network of dual language charter schools, is welcoming three new professionals to its team: New Head of School for Harlem Hebrew A veteran teacher and school leader, Benjamin Costa, has been named as head of school for Harlem Hebrew Language Academy, one of the nine schools in the […]

We’ve moved!

Hebrew Public Moves to New Offices New York City – Hebrew Public has moved its headquarters to 555 Eighth Avenue in Manhattan.  “As we have been developing into a mature organization with expanding services to our nine schools, and particularly to our CMO schools – those that we have comprehensive involvement with in the New […]