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Core curriculum requirement for Haredi schools to be repealed

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Published: 24 July 2016

Last updated: 4 March 2024

No math? No problem! Government flip-flops on Haredi core curricula – Marissa Newman – The Times of Israel 20.07.16
Bennett moves to nix law conditioning state funds on lessons in math and English, making Yesh Atid MKs fume; ex-Haredim suing the government launch a Knesset lobby.

And see:

Israel may force fewer ultra-Orthodox schools to teach core subjects - Yarden Skop & Yair Ettinger – Haaretz 18.07.16
The move would affect around 40,000 of the country’s 444,000 Haredi school students.
Read report here

An end to core curriculum studies for Haredi pupils - Lidar Gravé-Lazi – The Jerusalem Post 17.07.16
Yesh Atid accuses PM Netanyahu of placing political interests above the good of Israeli children.

In case of second-rate ultra-Orthodox education, the state blames the victims
- Meirav Arlosoroff – Haaretz 26.05.16
Former Haredim who sued the state for damage caused by their inferior education have found that Israel is suing their parents for the compensation.

Who’s to blame for inadequate Haredi education?
April 30, 2016
Gershom Gorenberg: Faulty education at Israeli ultra-Orthodox schools is tantamount to child abuse.


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