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Pittsburgh’s Jewish day schools are offering free tuition to new students in grades 3-11 for the coming school year.
The initiative is being paid for by the three schools—the Community Day School, Hillel Academy and Yeshiva Schools, all in the residential Squirrel Hill neighborhood...