Bringing Israel’s South to the center of the policy discussion

23.08.2021

The general perception of Israel’s geographic periphery, namely the country’s North and South, is that these regions contain larger concentrations...

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  • Taub Center Staff

A Sociodemographic Profile of the South

07.06.2021

Executive Summary This report, generously supported by the Mack Ness Fund, focuses on changes in the sociodemographic and economic profile...

Teacher Survey: Remote Teaching Before and During the COVID-19 Crisis

03.05.2021

In March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic caused a shutdown of the Israeli education system, with more than 2 million children...

Looking forward: How we move ahead a year after the coronavirus crisis struck Israel

25.04.2021

In these early months of 2021, Israel has been both evaluating the scope of the losses experienced during this unprecedented...

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  • Taub Center Staff

In the Wake of COVID-19 – Important Questions for Israel in 2021 and Beyond

16.03.2021

Taub Center researchers have mapped out challenges and opportunities expected in the coming years in the fields of macroeconomics, the...

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  • Taub Center researchers

The Education System in Israel in the Time of the Coronavirus: Three Alternative Frameworks

23.12.2020

The Ministry of Education’s workplan for operating the system since the onset of the crisis has included reinforcing the infrastructure...

Opportunities and Risks to the Education System in the Time of the Coronavirus: An Overview

23.12.2020

The education system in Israel, as in other countries, is currently in crisis. The lockdowns imposed to stop the spread...

Is attending early childhood frameworks in Israel associated with better academic achievements?

16.12.2020

Enrollment rates in early childhood education and care (ECEC) frameworks are particularly high in Israel, yet public spending on these...

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  • Taub Center Staff

Educational Frameworks for Young Children and Academic Achievement in Israel

29.10.2020

Executive Summary Early childhood is a critical period for human development, and gaps developed during these years tend to persevere...

Early Childhood Education and Care in Israel Compared to the OECD: Enrollment Rates, Employment Rates of Mothers, Quality Indices, and Future Achievement

05.08.2020

Executive Summary This study presents data on the characteristics of early childhood education frameworks in Israel in comparison to other...

Population Projections for Israel, 2017-2040

25.04.2020

In demographic terms, Israel is a unique country: it is characterized by an unusual combination of high fertility rates, low...

Educational Inequality in Israel: From Research to Policy

04.12.2019

Despite pervasive differences of opinion and ideological battles within Israeli society, there is one subject where there is complete agreement...

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Do the different stages of early childhood affect children differently?

01.12.2019

When researchers study inequalities in society and opportunities for social mobility, they often try to determine the sources of these...

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  • Taub Center Staff

Inequalities are created in early childhood: Early childhood poverty and future academic achievements

29.10.2019

Executive Summary The academic literature shows that the first years of life are critical in terms of brain development: until...

Raising the bar: are enough Israeli students taking advanced math and English?

23.09.2019

The new school year is in full swing, which, for Israeli high-schoolers, means already starting to prepare for the matriculation...

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  • Taub Center Staff

Trends in the High School Dropout Phenomenon

22.09.2019

Among students from 10th to 12th grade, the dropout rate declined from almost 10% in the 2003 school year to...

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Women of the future: Israeli high school girls in technological education

17.03.2019

Under its last four ministers, Israel’s Ministry of Education has focused many of its efforts on increasing the number and...

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  • Taub Center Staff

The Determinants of School Budgets: Per Class and Per Student

23.12.2018

The per class and per student budget (the study deals only with budgets allocated by the Ministry of Education) in...

The Israeli Education System: An Overview

23.12.2018

The main developments in the education system in the last years have taken place over four dimensions of the system:...

Technological Education: Trends and Developments, 2006 to 2017

23.12.2018

Under the last four education ministers, the Ministry of Education has focused much of its efforts on increasing the number...

Executive Summary: Emerging Early Childhood Inequality: On the Relationship Between Poverty, Stress, Sensory Stimulation, and Child Development and Achievements

23.12.2018

How do experiences in early childhood impact development and achievement? The academic literature indicates that there are various ways in...

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  • Taub Center Staff

The building blocks of equal opportunity: early childhood education

13.08.2018

It is widely agreed that education is the key to future opportunities, success, and intergenerational economic mobility, and thus, that...

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  • Taub Center Staff

Socioeconomics in Israel at a glance: what is the picture of the nation?

21.06.2018

The Taub Center’s A Picture of the Nation 2018, generously supported by the Koret Foundation, presents a complex picture of...

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  • Taub Center Staff

Emerging Early Childhood Inequality: On the Relationship between Poverty, Stress, Sensory Stimulation, and Child Development and Achievements

31.05.2018

The Taub Center gratefully acknowledges The Bernard Van Leer Foundation for its generous support of this project. This literature review,...

Social Ostracism Among Pupils

23.12.2017

The full chapter can be accessed using the link on the right.   Social ostracism is a common phenomenon in schools in...

Israel’s Education System in Recent Years: An Overview

21.12.2017

The full chapter can be accessed using the link on the right.   This introduction discusses recent developments in the Israeli education...

Education and Wage Trends Among Ethiopian Israelis — Differences by Gender

15.11.2017

In 2015, the Taub Center published a brief examining the developments in education and employment among the Ethiopian Israeli population between 1998...

The Arab education system in Israel: Are the gaps closing?

08.11.2017

For many years, the Arab Israeli (Arab) education system suffered neglect and discrimination reflected in large disparities relative to the...

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  • Taub Center Staff

Is getting in enough? Haredim in higher education

18.10.2017

In recent years, more and more Haredim have been attending institutions of higher education. In the modern labor market higher...

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  • Taub Center Staff

Pupil trajectories from first to eighth grade: Differences between sectors

13.09.2017

  Irregular patterns of student progression from first to eighth grade – such as skipping grades, repeating grades, being dropped...

Paying out of pocket: parental spending on preschool education

12.09.2017

In July, the Ministry of Education announced that a new subsidized after-school program will begin in the 2017-2018 school year...

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  • Taub Center Staff

The Academic Achievements of Arab Israeli Pupils

30.08.2017

Executive Summary What are the differences between the educational achievements of Arab Israeli and Jewish students in Israel? Many educational...

Do smaller classes mean better educational achievements?

08.06.2017

The end of the school year, and preparation for the start of the next, provide a timely opportunity to evaluate...

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  • Taub Center Staff

Developments in the Education System in the Last Decade

26.12.2016

Developments in the education system need to be examined from a longterm perspective (of at least a decade), because the...

Twelve Years of the National Task Force for the Advancement of Education in Israel (the Dovrat Committee): What has Changed?

26.12.2016

Twelve years have passed since the National Task Force for the Advancement of Education in Israel (the Dovrat Committee) submitted...

Household Expenditures on Preschool Education

26.12.2016

Israel's education system is, for the most part, operated and funded by the state and local authorities through the State...

Is Less Really More? On the Relationship between Class Size and Educational Achievement in Israel

26.12.2016

The impact of class size on pupil achievement has been a matter of concern to education professionals for many years....

Challenges of Haredi Integration in Academic Studies

26.12.2016

In recent years, there has been an impressive growth in the number of Haredi (ultra-Orthodox) students in higher education. Between...

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  • Eitan Regev

Equality and Multiculturalism in Public Education: Thoughts About the Present, Proposals for the Future

26.12.2016

Although the past ten years have been relatively good years for the education system, the prevailing feeling is that education,...

Demographics in the Education System: Pupil Composition and Transfers between Education Streams

05.09.2016

This paper discusses the demographic developments that characterized Israel’s education system between 2000 and 2015, focusing on transfers between the...

Measuring success: international exams and Israel’s education system

30.08.2016

Since 1999, and even earlier, Israel has ranked among the lowest-performing developed countries on certain international exams, including TIMSS, PISA...

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  • Taub Center Staff

Affirmative action at work: education funding from municipalities and the Ministry of Education

29.06.2016

Funding of education in Israel is divided between the central government, municipalities, households, and non-profit educational organizations. While the bulk...

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  • Taub Center Staff

International exams: Why do we think they are so important? And are we right?

19.04.2016

The international exams administered by Israel’s education system, and the international rankings of pupil performance on these exams, have attracted...

A track to success: Israeli educational tracks and attainment in high school

31.03.2016

The recurring debate on vocational education in Israel showcases a deep ideological divide within the Israeli public.  On the one...

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  • Taub Center Staff

Municipal Involvement in the Funding of Weekly Teaching Hours in Primary School Education and Its Effect on Affirmative Action in Jewish State Education

01.03.2016

This paper examines the extent of municipal involvement in the funding of teaching hours in the Jewish state primary schools,...

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Tracking and Attainment in Israeli Secondary Education

25.01.2016

The debate in Israel over the role of educational tracking and particularly technological/vocational education is related to socioeconomic and ethnic...

Inequality in the Education System: Who Opposes It and Who Benefits from It?

20.12.2015

As early as the 1960s, the struggle for equality and narrowing gaps in the education system has been one of...

Education and Employment Among Ethiopian Israelis

22.10.2015

A few months ago, widespread protests among the Ethiopian-Israeli community arose, resulting from feelings of discrimination and oppression within the...

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  • Taub Center Staff

The Ministry of Education Budget 2000-2014: Trends and Issues

28.08.2015

Differences between these budgets make planning extremely difficult and point to a lack of transparency in the planning and budgeting...

Do the Math: The connection between math bagrut units of study and salary levels

22.07.2015

Math is seen by many as the most important subject that is learned for the bagrut (matriculation) exams, although it...

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  • Taub Center Staff

Education and Employment Trends Among Ethiopian Israelis

22.06.2015

The education level of those who came to Israel at an older age is low. Though their employment rate is...

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  • Taub Center Staff

Show Me the Money: The Ministry of Education Budget 2000-2014

11.06.2015

The State budget, and in particular the Ministry of Education budget, expresses the priorities of the government in allocating available...

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  • Taub Center Staff

Objectives and Recommendations for the 34th Government of Israel

21.05.2015

Center researchers have mapped the challenges facing the country in the fields of macroeconomics, the labor market, education, social services,...

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  • Taub Center Staff

The Importance of the Level of High School Math Studies to the Academic Studies and Future Careers of Israeli Students

22.04.2015

The study found that employment was higher among those who took a bagrut [matriculation] exam of at least 3 units...

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  • Ayal Kimhi Arik Horovitz

Vote Smart Israel – Education

22.02.2015

Each brief is a quick read and provides a snapshot of each issue at large in just a few lines. The...

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  • Taub Center Staff

Endangered species: declining supply of senior faculty members in Israel’s universities

13.01.2015

A substantial share of Israel’s economic success and prestige in the international arena can be attributed to the deep knowledge...

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  • Taub Center Staff

Integration of Arab Israelis and Jews in Schools in Israel

17.12.2014

An absolute majority of Israelis live in homogeneous Jewish or Arab localities, work in separate workplaces and attend separate schools....

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Trends in the Development of the Education System

17.12.2014

The professional education qualifications of teachers have improved, and the great majority of them now have higher education. The learning...

Developments in Israel’s Education System

17.12.2014

Two prominent features are the rising share of enrollment in unofficial recognized Arab schools and the growing trend of extending...

The Ministry of Education Budget 2000-2014: Trends and Issues

04.09.2014

This paper has two goals.  The first is to describe the Ministry of Education budget in the years 2000-2014. The...

Classroom Discipline and Student Achievements

02.09.2014

Since this Report, the issue of learning environment has risen to the forefront of education policy discussions in the country. As...

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  • Taub Center Staff

Bagrut Exams: Issues and Recommendations for Reform

01.06.2014

This policy paper shows that the bagrut qualification rate amongst populations that take the exams have indeed risen consistently; there...

Arab Israeli Teachers in Jewish Schools and Jewish Teachers Working in Arab Schools

05.03.2014

The reasons for this separation are both practical and ideological. That division is required given the demographic, political and ideological...

Trends in the Internationalization of Israeli Schools

05.02.2014

The decentralization and privatization trends in Israel, as in other countries, have created a heterogeneous and dynamic system, characterized by...

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  • Miri Yemini

“It Disturbs the Whole Class”: Disciplinary Infractions in the Classroom and Their Relation to Pupil Achievement

26.11.2013

Pupils spend the majority of their time in the classroom, and yet, the assumption that disciplinary infractions in class reduce...

Update on the State of Israel’s Universities and Its Researchers

25.11.2013

Over the next four decades, the country’s universities steadily receded from the Israel’s national priorities.  The number of students per...

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  • Dan Ben-David

Trends in the Development of the Education System: Pupils and Teachers

25.11.2013

The chapter first presents the continuing slowdown in the growth rate of Haredi (ultra-Orthodox) education and Arab Israeli education, as...

Vocational/Technological Education: Some Second Thoughts

27.05.2013

Shlomo Swirski is amongst the most vocal critics of educational tracking. He sees it as a tool for social exclusion...

Privatization of Social Services in Israel

21.03.2013

Prof. Reuben Gronau, a Policy Fellow in the Taub Center’s Economic Policy Program and an economist at the Hebrew University,...

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  • Taub Center Staff

Implementation of Compulsory Education Law for Ages 3-4: Challenges and Recommendations

11.03.2013

The current paper looks at the practical implications of the decision to fully implement the law.  It presents a methodology...

The Dovrat Committee, Ofek Hadash and Oz LeTmura: A Story of Rejection and Acceptance

05.11.2012

These agreements largely resemble principles proposed by the National Task Force for the Advancement of Education (the Dovrat Commission) in...

Evidence-Based Investments in Education: Recent Research Begins to Point the Way

05.11.2012

Class-size reduction, for example, was evaluated rigorously in a state-wide randomized experiment in the US, and led to important knowledge...

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  • Adam Gamoran

Teacher Quality: Literature Review and Policy Directions

05.11.2012

However, the specific teacher characteristics that affect achievements are not known.  Thus, it is unclear how to improve the quality...

Compensation Incentives to Boost Teacher Productivity: US Research Yields Disappointing Results

05.11.2012

The results were similar whether incentives were provided to individual teachers, or on a school-wide basis.  One interpretation of the...

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  • Adam Gamoran

A Vision and Set of Recommendations for the Israeli Education System

05.11.2012

Following the social protest movement of the summer of 2011, several focus groups came together with the aim of formulating...

The State of Public Preschool Education in Israel

21.08.2012

While the importance of early childhood education for long-term success is widely known and commonly accepted, Israel’s investment in education...

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  • Taub Center Staff

After the “Lost Decade” – Where is Higher Education in Israel Headed?

21.05.2012

This is expressed, amongst other things, in recommendations for changes through the Economic Arrangements Law. For this reason, this paper...

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  • Ami Volansky

The State of Israel’s Education and its Implications

22.11.2011

The Taub Center’s annual State of the Nation Reports have put a bright spotlight on the impact that education has in...

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  • Dan Ben-David

Israel’s Educational Achievements

09.11.2011

Even without the inclusion of ultra-Orthodox boys – who do not participate in the exams – the Israeli average achievement...

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  • Dan Ben-David

The Demographic Cost: Birth Rates and Achievement on International Tests

02.10.2011

Research has shown that these two variables, family size and class size, adversely affect academic achievement. International studies show that...

Education Reform and Narrowing Educational Gaps in Israel

02.10.2011

The education system tries to minimize these gaps with its emphasis on the accomplishments of weaker socioeconomic sectors. Nevertheless, stronger...

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Female High School Matriculation Rates Pulling Away From the Males

12.03.2011

Access to higher education in Israel requires the successful completion of high school bagrut (matriculation) exams in core subject areas.  Due to...

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  • Taub Center Staff

Have the Achievements of the Education System Deteriorated

07.03.2011

The current work is not meant to prove that the situation in the education system is satisfactory. The achievements of...

School Discipline and Scholastic Achievement in Israel

09.02.2011

The current paper briefly summarizes a larger study on school discipline in Israel, its determinants, and its relation to pupil...

Is There a Shortage of Teachers

04.01.2011

The necessary decisions on action policies need to be based on reliable up-to-date data regarding the demand for teachers, the...

On Uniformity of Teacher’s Pay and Their Position Relative to Other Salaried Workers

17.10.2010

The current research examines the relationship between the uniform national pay scale for teachers, where the range is relatively limited...

Fertility and Educational Achievement: Israel in a Comparative Perspective

05.10.2010

In Israel, fertility rates are very high in relation to developed countries. As a result, Israeli families are relatively large,...

Mind the Gap: An Inside Look at Israel’s Education System

21.09.2010

Affirmative action policies have managed to reduce resource inequalities between different socioeconomic groups within school sectors, but have been much...

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  • Taub Center Staff

Education, Employment and Long-Term Trends

22.07.2010

The State of Israel faces several severe problems in the socio-economic realm: high levels of poverty and income inequality, and...

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  • Taub Center Staff

A Demographic Look Ahead at Israel

21.05.2010

In 1960, 15 percent of all primary school pupils were enrolled in either the haredi (ultra-Orthodox) or in the Israeli...

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  • Taub Center Staff

Israel’s Education System – An International Perspective and Recommendations for Reform

13.04.2010

The achievement levels of Israel’s children are consistently below those of each country in the reference group of 25 OECD countries in...

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  • Dan Ben-David

The Israeli Education System: A Domestic Perspective

13.04.2010

This situation has potentially more damaging implications due to the fact that the achievements of Arab Israeli and ultra-Orthodox pupils in core...

Inequality in Education: Israel 2009 – The Way it is

27.12.2009

The advantages of Jewish sector education are especially notable in participation in pre-school education, high school education and higher education...

School Discipline and Scholastic Achievement in Israel

10.11.2009

Its dominant Jewish culture celebrates informality, contempt for authority and defiance. Israeli classrooms are usually large, and teachers are poorly...

Characteristics of the Distribution of Teachers in Schools and Affirmative Action Policy

20.11.2008

However, this policy does not try to influence directly the placement of teachers in weaker schools and areas, despite the...

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  • Nachum Blass Dimitri Romanov Carmit Almasi David Maagan Dan Scheinberg

The Education System – 2007

15.04.2008

The chapter begins by presenting main developments and changes in the past decade in the student and teacher population. Part 2...

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  • Yaakov Kop

Reducing Class Size: Budgetary and Educational Implications

20.03.2008

In this agreement, the government committed itself to working to reduce class size to a maximum of 32 students. The...

Ideology, Pedagogy and Educational Policy in Israel

20.08.2007

The emphasis has moved distinctly towards an emphasis on educational standards and student achievement. The impact and meaning of this...

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  • Avraham Yogev

The Education System – 2006

13.05.2007

The first part of the analysis deals with major changes in the first of these dimensions — changes that affect...

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  • Yaakov Kop

School Violence: Characteristics, Causes and Ideas

22.08.2006

The two viewpoints were: that violence is "imported" from outside the school and the alternate view is that it is...

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  • Dan Sharon

The Education System – 2005

09.04.2006

On the other hand, the system underwent two important developments with unclear implications for the future: the continued implementation of...

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  • Yaakov Kop

A Rethinking of Secondary Education in Israel

20.03.2006

This also became a national undertaking with the establishment of the Dovrat Commission.  There is a feeling of a crisis...

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  • David Gordon Dan Sharon

On Privatization and Education

19.12.2005

This paper examines the subject of privatization as it impacts the field of education This paper is in Hebrew only....

Summary of Findings – Israel’s Social Services 2004

22.12.2004

Main findings are presented in the following areas: Economic Developments and Government Expenditure; Education; Health Care; Personal Social Services; Transfer...

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  • Yaakov Kop

Lectures, Classes and Small-Group Activities in Secondary Education

01.12.2004

This approach supports implementation of different strategies for learning within the school and even within the classroom. This paper is...

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  • Dan Sharon

The Education System – 2004

01.12.2004

The first dimension is the increase in student enrollment and changes in the distribution of students among sectors of the...

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  • Yaakov Kop (z”l)

Welfare Policy for Children and Youth

28.05.2004

This paper examines transfer allowances for children in Israel and maps the different agencies in the area, many of whom...

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  • Yigal Ben-Shalom Roni Barzuri

Summary of Findings – Israel’s Social Services 2003

22.12.2003

Findings in the following areas are presented: Government Expenditure; Education System; Health Services; Personal Social Services. This is a part...

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  • Yaakov Kop

Inequality in Education in Israel

22.12.2003

This paper is in Hebrew only....

Inequality in Education in Israel

20.12.2003

The study deals with inequality in two distinct realms: educational resources and educational achievements. This paper appears as a chapter...

The Education System – 2003

04.12.2003

This paper is in Hebrew only....

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  • Yaakov Kop

The Education System – 2002

20.12.2002

This paper is in Hebrew only....

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  • Yaakov Kop
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  • Rita Sever

The Education System – 2001-2002

28.07.2002

The survey analyzes cross-sections by age in various educational institutions – preschools, primary schools, and post-primary schools – of varying levels and...

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  • Yaakov Kop

Integration of New Immigrant Pupils in the Education System

06.05.2002

This paper is available in Hebrew only. Publication available upon request....

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  • Michael Yadovitsky

The Education System – 2000

27.11.2000

This paper appears in Hebrew only....

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  • Yaakov Kop

Unity and Division in Education

31.08.2000

This publication is in Hebrew only....

Action Plan – Education System

16.04.2000

The first group includes recommendations concerning central-government policy measures that may not require budget allocations but may affect the performance,...

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  • Chaim Adler

Education System – 1999-2000

16.04.2000

The first part of this section presents the main characteristics of enrollment and calls attention to major processes and trends....

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  • Yaakov Kop

Education System – 1998-99

22.08.1999

The second half of the 1990s has been under the sign of a slowdown in terms of budget growth and...

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  • Jimmy Weinblatt Yosef Katan Joel Blankett Nachum Blass Dalit Nachshon-Sharon Yaakov Kop

Unifying and Dividing Elements in the Israeli Education System

30.11.1998

This paper is in Hebrew only....

Policy Towards External Schools

20.11.1997

This publication is available in Hebrew only....

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  • Yaakov Kop

Trends in Special Education in Israel: An International Perspective

20.11.1997

This publication is available in Hebrew only....

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  • Malka Margalit

The Education System – 1997

20.11.1997

This publication is available in Hebrew only....

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  • Yaakov Kop

National Expenditure on Education and Health

20.02.1997

The study shows the the performance of expenditure on civilian public consumption declined markedly in 1994-1995, meaning the the public...

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  • Yaakov Kop

Government Expenditure on Social Services 1994-1995

08.08.1996

This report analyzes actual government outlays for social services in 1994 and the budget for 1995. The findings are analyzed...

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  • Joel Blankett Jimmy Weinblatt Yaakov Kop (z”l) Dalit Nachshon-Sharon Yosef Katan

Israel Towards the Twenty First Century – Social Report

20.11.1995

The overarching examples of change looked at here in education, health, and income maintenance point to the emergence of new...

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  • Chaim Adler Sergio DellaPergola Shmuel N. Eisenstadt Ruth Gavison Yosef Katan Yaakov Kop Moshe Lissak Jacques Michel Emanuel Sharon Arie Shirom Jimmy Weinblatt

Policy Alternatives for Matriculation Examinations

20.11.1995

This publication is available upon request and is in Hebrew only....

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  • Arye Levy

Policy Development for Colleges in Israel

20.02.1994

This publication is available upon request and is in Hebrew only....

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  • Chaim Adler

Policy Guidelines for the Education System in the 1990s

20.03.1992

This publication is available upon request and is in Hebrew only....

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Public Resource Allocation to the Education System – Priorities

20.03.1991

This publication is available upon request and is in Hebrew only....

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  • Ruth Klinov

Plan for Implementation of Extended School Day: Cost and Manpower Aspects

20.06.1990

As a result of these cutbacks, there has been the development of the "grey market for education," a phenomenon that...

Feedback in the Israeli Education System

20.08.1989

The proposed center would provide the education system with feedback on its products and outputs. It would have other potential...

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  • Zehava Sass

Research Conditions in Israel Universities

20.07.1989

The present study attempts to examine whether Israeli scientists do show a quantitative preference for doing their research abroad rather...

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  • Gideon Czapski

Development of Preschool Education in the Israeli Arab Sector

20.07.1989

In view of the shortage of preschool education services, most Arab children reach formal education inadequately prepared to cope with...

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  • Farid Abu-Gosh Shlomit Canaan

Allocation of Resources to Education

20.09.1988

This paper appears as a chapter in the Center's annual publication, Israel's Social Services 1987-1988. This publication did not appear...

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  • Ruth Klinov

National Expenditure on Education and Health – 1985

04.04.1986

First, we expand the discussion to include expenditures on social services by all active participants in the social field in...

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  • Gur Ofer

Implementation of the Etzioni Commission Recommendations

20.03.1985

It produced a series of proposals for raising academic qualifications of teachers, restricting entry of unqualified teachers into the education...

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  • Menahem Spiegel Dalit Nachshon-Sharon

Education and Employment Among Young Arab Israelis

The Taub Center gratefully acknowledges The Diane P. and Guilford Glazer Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles...

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  • Hadas Fuchs