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When I went to Stuyvesant (1973-76), Hebrew was offered as a language.

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Submitted by anthony faber (United States), May 6, 2009 at 05:05

As I recall it, the Hebrew classes were inextricably tied up with the promotion of Judaism. I don't recall the Hebrew students having to raise money to pay for it, either. As I recall, it was paid for by the public school system. I think that Stuy should offer both Arabic & Hebrew on equal terms.


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