The British Court of Appeals recently ruled that, under race relations law, Jewish schools make admission decisions on the basis of whether the child’s mother is Jewish. The ruling will force many Jewish schools to rewrite entry policies. The case was brought by the father of a boy who was rejected by the Orthodox-run JFS because his mother was a non-Orthodox convert. JFS has said it will appeal the court’s decision.
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