17 yeshivas to lose state funding, asked to return money

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April 4, 2011 13:17

 
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The Education and Finance Ministries have said that 17 out of 1,500 yeshivas reviewed by the state will not receive further financial support, and are requested to return funds received in the last period, Israel Radio reported Monday.

Representatives from the Treasury and Education Ministry said that these 17 yeshivas showed serious deficiencies, and were requested to resolve them prior to receiving more subsidies.

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