Israel considers school reforms to boost student achievement

03/3/2004 | Education Week

Spurred by worries over students' poor showings in a recent international math and science competition, several groups, both inside and outside the government, are recommending sweeping overhauls of Israeli public education. Proposed reforms include paying teachers higher salaries, creating core curriculum standards for each grade and establishing a separate education system within the Education Ministry for Arab students.

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