This is a disgrace and an intolerable situation - especially considering Israel's very healthy economy: Israel's economy, based on the nominal gross domestic product, was the 42nd-largest in the world in 2010 - that's out of total of 190 countries - and is in much better shape than most European countries at this time; Bank of Israel estimate Israeli economy will grow 5.2% in 2011. To neglect investing in the greatest national resource a country possesses: its future citizens and their education is not only immoral but also self-defeating. How can Israel continue to be in the forefront of science and technology and give birth to the great thinkers and inventors it can be proud to lay claim to until now if it short-changes the next generation by not providing them with the basic tools to succeed.
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