Foundation gives $33m. for US Jewish education

NEW YORK – The Jim Joseph Foundation is awarding $33 million in grants to improve Jewish education and increase the number of future Jewish educators, the foundation announced Monday.
The grants will go to The Jewish Theological Seminary, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion and Yeshiva University.
 “With the help of these grants, we know the institutions can reach their full potential and produce teachers who continue to positively shape the lives of Jewish youth,” said the foundation’s president, Al Levitt.