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Teachers to Be Trained to Handle Classes with Both Religious and Secular Students in Israel Government School System
'Mixed' schools with secular and religious children have been around since the 1980s but the trend has been gaining momentum. Now academia is getting on board. For the first time in the upcoming school year, teachers will be trained to handle these mixed classes, courtesy of Kibbutzim College.
Updated: Apr. 29, 2013
In order to help meet the critical decline in qualified mathematics and science high school teachers, the Israel Ministry of Education will launch a new venture in September, 2012. The idea behind it is quite simple: students from schools across the country will sit at computers in their educational institutions participating in virtual classes in groups of 20 students, for about 3-4 hours per week. Similar sized groups of students will study with virtual mentors - who are outstanding university students - in the afternoon hours.
Updated: Jun. 26, 2012