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    Donors Fund Jewish Academy

    The Nagel Jewish Academy in Los Angeles offers a Jewish education to hundreds of children for an affordable price, subsidized by its founders, Levi and Chaiky Nagel. Full Story

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    Yitzchok
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    Yitzchok

    Your a tzaddik, and I don’t even know you… I wish G-D to give you more, clearly you know how to spend the money that you were blessed with..

    Thank You FCLA
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    Thank You FCLA

    The Beverlywood location is generously donated by the Friendship Circle of Los Angeles, Thank you Rabbi Michy!

    Levi is a great guy
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    Levi is a great guy

    he started this totally L’shem Shomayim, r”l over 100 religious kids are currently in just one LA public school (canfield in the pico robertson area) and throw in the valley kids who aren’t getting basic Jewish education.

    Chazak v’emotz!!

    Thank you for helping
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    Thank you for helping

    I wish I lived in LA. Tuition is a daily worry in the back of my mind. I have young kids, and consistently every year since they have started their education tuition has gone up $1k every year per kid. I’m scared to think about the future and I often do think how will I ever afford more kids. Tuition is more than my mortgage and car payments. I definitely agree that jewish schools need to get back to the basics and remember why they were made. So many frum families I know send their children to public schools or… Read more »

    Thank you!
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    Thank you!

    Keep up the great work! thank you! And thank you for the clarification of your remarks!!

    Thank you!
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    Thank you!

    It’s true that book knowledge can perhaps be transmitted cheaper to our children in an afterschool program and by far the secular education at a public school surpasses what is being taught in the more religious schools. However, the “education” that our dear children would gain from being in an environment that is not conducive to our Torah values is certainly NOT the type of education most of us would like to pay even a reduced rate for!!!

    Clarification #6
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    Clarification #6

    Just wanted to clarify that the “education” (referenced in #6) a child might receive is from the public school experience and NOT the Nagel Jewish Academy! I in no way wish to disparage this institution. I am not involved in any way but I am sure it is a tremendous brocha to those parents who could not otherwise afford to send their children to a day school or chedar.

    Brilliant Idea!
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    Brilliant Idea!

    If nagel succeeds in making these 2 hours a High Quality Jewish learning experience he just might rattle the whole jewish school industry.

    Why should one pay 20k+ a year for 2 hours a day of Jewish learning? and if its the teachers and the lack of Yiddishe environment that bothers us about public schools? then maybe our teachers should start teaching in public schools?

    Anyway, we should all hope this succeeds and in turn change the tuition fiasco that been facing most of the Jewish orthodox world.

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