Who is supposed to enforce education laws pertaining to non-public schools?

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The Department of Education (DOE) appoints district superintendents at the city level who are required to ensure that all schools within their districts, public and non-public, follow state guidelines. The DOE even has committees and members on the board of regents at the state level dedicated to non-public schools. Nonetheless, the DOE (both at the city and state level) has been shirking its responsibility to the Hasidic children attending non-compliant Yeshivas for decades. This is an egregious violation of the children's basic human rights which the DOE is party to and must be held accountable for.


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