The Crown Heights neighborhood in Brooklyn was famously described by the Rebbe as the place where blessings reside. But with the high costs of living, many are finding it difficult to make ends meet and are opting to settle elsewhere.
That challenge is especially true with regards to teachers and educators. Working long and tedious hours and coming home to face New Yorks high tax bracket and sky rocketing home prices, the field of Chinuch is viewed as a last resort for employment.
A group of caring people are working to change that, based on conversations with COLlive.com.
An initiative aimed at attracting good teachers to Jewish schools of Crown Heights has already garnered $1 million in pledges from 2 sources, COLlive.com has learned.
By COLlive reporter
The Crown Heights neighborhood in Brooklyn was famously described by the Rebbe as the place where blessings reside. But […]
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