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    • MTA and YU Grad
    • 09.04.13 | 12:45 (IDT)

    Its literally another brick in th wall of the Jewish establishment in the USA. While there are some good teachers many many are there based upon who they know. Education at MTA was a joke. MTA was a sickening place academically and YU didnt give a hoot because the tuition money and the gala dinners brought in the cash. As to YU - the college - its all about bringing donor money in and giving huge salaries to the top administrators. If the American Jewish public only knew the nonsense that went on and the cruminess of the academics no one would donate a cent to YU.Also while YU "officially" encourages aliya they really have an agenda to keep young jews in America because they are seen as donors. Bottom Line: YU serves the agenda of the top managers.

    from the article: New York's Yeshiva University engulfed in controversy over Jimmy Carter peace award
    First published 02:50 09.04.13 | Last updated 02:50 09.04.13
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