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Forecast for September 1: On-paper budgets, student dropout, and increased delinquency

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Dr. Iris Ben-David Hadar
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Forecast for September 1: On-paper budgets, student dropout, and increased delinquency

Most teachers have not been trained in online learning, the full equipment needed will perhaps be purchased next year and experts warn of a surge in the number of high school dropouts. The Ministry of Education prides itself on the new curriculum, but it is full of holes and raises concern for another lost year

The problem is even more serious among the children of foreign workers and asylum seekers, 94 per cent of whom were born in Israel and now number about 6,100. Prof. Iris Ben-David Hadar of Bar-Ilan University's School of Education says that "these students have no computers in their homes and no Internet connection. They even have difficulty using their parents' phones, which are spared while using Tokman because of the expensive cost."

Given all of these. it was appropriate to prepare a plan to complete gaps existing at the end of the Corona period that would include locating dropouts and getting them back on track, auxiliary lessons, reinforcement rates and allowing the possibility of a repeat of 12th grade.
 

Last Updated Date : 22/09/2020