This week in Jerusalem: Good for the north

A round-up of this week's city affairs

January 18, 2018 13:53
4 minute read.
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Ammunition Hill. (photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)


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Good for the north

Good news from Safra Square for the city’s northern neighborhoods, with the approval of a new state junior-high school in Ramot and a new state religious elementary school in French Hill – expanding educational options for families in those parts of Jerusalem. These will be the first new school openings in those neighborhoods for a while, ensuring access to quality education locally. The two new institutions, due to open by the next school year, will use modern and innovative educational and pedagogic methods.

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