Hebrew Public News

ATLANTA’S FIRST HEBREW-ENGLISH CHARTER SCHOOL PLANNED FOR 2017

For Immediate Release Atlanta’s First Hebrew-English Charter School Being Explored New Public School Would Be Part of National Dual-Language Network October, 2015 – The Hebrew Charter School Center (HCSC), a national organization that to date has helped launch nine free, dual-language public charter schools around the country, is seeking community involvement to help open such […]

BROOKLYN’S HEBREW LANGUAGE ACADEMY PERFORMS STRONGLY ON LATEST NYS TESTS

Brooklyn’s Hebrew Language Academy Performs Strongly on Latest NYS Tests Outperforms City, State, District Peers on Common Core Assessments Hebrew Language Academy, a public charter school in Brooklyn serving students in grades K-6, posted strong outcomes on the latest round of New York State’s challenging Common Core assessments. HLA was ranked 27th out of 150 […]

HCSC’S FIRST MIDDLE SCHOOLS TO OPEN THIS FALL

Hebrew Charter School Network to Open its First Middle Schools HLA and Hatikvah Will Add Grades 6-8 NEW YORK — When the New York State Board of Regents approved the charter renewal for the Hebrew Charter School Center’s (HCSC) flagship school in Brooklyn March 17th, it also ushered in the first middle school in HCSC’s national […]

HLA EXPANSION APPROVED BY REGENTS

Hebrew Language Academy Charter School in Brooklyn Gets Charter Renewal from Board of Regents  State’s first Hebrew language charter school to add grades 6-8 NEW YORK — The New York State Board of Regents today formally granted a four-year charter renewal for the Hebrew Language Academy Charter School in Brooklyn, approving the New York City Department […]

AMERICA’S FIRST CLASSICAL, HEBREW LANGUAGE CHARTER SCHOOL TO OPEN IN MINNEAPOLIS THIS FALL

Minneapolis – When Agamim Classical Academy – the nation’s first public school boasting a Classical approach to education with an emphasis on Hebrew language learning – welcomes its first class of kindergarteners, first-, second-, and third-graders this fall in Hopkins, Minn., its executive director, Miranda Morton will be more than ready. A seasoned educator with over […]