A Jewish private school for boys near Manchester in the United Kingdom was rated as inadequate by Britain’s education watchdog, citing how pupils are not taught in English.
Yeshivah Ohr Torah School in Salford uses “measures of pupils’ achievements [that] only have value within their own religious community,” according to the report submitted this month to the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills, the Manchester Evening News reported Tuesday.
All lessons at Yeshivah Ohr Torah are taught in Yiddish, the inspectors said. Only subjects relevant to religious studies are taught at the school, in violation of government regulations for schools. The school, which was graded “good” as recently as 2014, was deemed “inadequate” in every inspection category this year, the newspaper reported.
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