Israeli ultra-Orthodox Men Must Be Helped, Not Forced, Into the Job Market

A preparatory course at the Technion technology institute is just the ticket, but more is needed.

A., a 30-year-old ultra-Orthodox man with a wife and three children, began his studies at the Technion six years ago in a special program for Haredim. The average age of the 60 or so men in the program was 28, and all them were breadwinners.