House moves discussion from antisemitism on college campuses to K-12 schools

Leaders from three public school districts will testify before Congress Wednesday as the House shifts its focus from antisemitism on college campuses to K-12 schools nationwide.

School leaders from three public school districts, Berkeley, California, Montgomery County, Maryland, and New York City, will answer questions from the House Committee on Education and the Workforce. The committee has previously questioned leaders at colleges and universities about antisemitism on campus.

“The Education and the Workforce Committee will address antisemitism in K-12 schools,” Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) said. “These schools must be held accountable. House Republicans will use every tool available to end this scourge of antisemitism that is destroying American education.”

David Banks, chancellor of New York City Schools; Enikia Ford Morthel, superintendent of Berkeley schools; and Karla Silvestre, the
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