Athens' Jewish school imperiled by economic crisis

Rabinowitz, Gavin
June 2012
New Jersey Jewish News;6/ 7/2012, Vol. 66 Issue 23, p20
The article focuses on the economic crisis faced by the Athens' Jewish Community School, Athens, Greece, due to Greece's political and economic crisis. It mentions that owing to increased unemployment the Greek Jew parents are not able to pay the tuition fee of their children and hence the school is facing financial crisis. It mentions that the official Jewish community organization of Greece has received aids from Israel's Jewish Agency and the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee.


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