I do not understand your point of view. Why are you not happy that Israel has scored so well? On the other hand according to - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Peder
    • 16.05.12 | 10:03 (IDT)

    I find these statistics from the Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics), 2011 intriguing: http://www.miff.no/site/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Christians-in-Israel-Christmas-2011.pdf Achievements in the matriculation examinations  Over the years, the Christian Arabs have had the highest rates of success in the matriculation examinations, both in comparison to the Muslims and the Druze and in comparison to all students in the Jewish education system. In the 2010 school year, 63% of the Christian 12 th grade students earned a matriculation certificate compared with 46% of the Muslims, 55% of the Druze and 58% of the students in the Jewish education system.  The Christian Arabs also had higher rates of accessibility to higher education than the other groups: in 2010, 56% of the Christian Arabs compared with 49% of students in the Jewish education system, 39% of the Druze and 33% of the Muslims earned matriculation certificates that meet the admission requirements

    from the article: Israel places 19 out of 48 countries in new world academic ranking system
    First published 00:41 16.05.12 | Last updated 00:41 16.05.12
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