New York, United States
Region: North America
- International outlook28.4
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Born of a primary school founded by East European immigrants in 1886, Yeshiva offers a curriculum combining Orthodox Judaism with secular knowledge in the liberal arts. In its Moorish Revival-style beit midrash (Torah study hall), writer Chaim Potok and thousands of others have studied. Today, around 4,700 faculty look after about 6,500 students.