Israel's funding for high schools favors state religious stream over Arabs, Haredim
An analysis by TheMarker shows they get an average of NIS 27,000 a year per student, while Arab students receive NIS 21,000, and Haredim NIS 18,700.
Less than three kilometers separates Israel's largest Arab town, Nazareth, from the predominantly Jewish town of Upper Nazareth. Yet while the average Upper Nazareth high school gets about NIS 26,000 per year per student, the Education Ministry's funding for Nazareth high school students is just NIS 19,000 on average - a gap of 35%.
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