3 Jewish Universities to Share $11.5-Million in Grants

Three Jewish universities will receive grants totaling nearly $11.5-million over the next five years from the Jim Joseph Foundation to foster the training of teachers to educate Jewish children and young adults. According to a news release issued by the foundation, the beneficiaries — the Jewish Theological Seminary, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, and Yeshiva University — will receive $700,000 grants each year for five years, plus additional grant money.

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