The one solution might be as some blogger pointed out to establish more yeshiva high schools. In the States ultra religious youngsters go to the yeshiva and also study secular subjects in order to matriculate from high school. This should be a model also in Israel. They should also serve the state after their matriculation. After that they can choose whether they want to continue full study of Torah or to work and study on the side. This should be made a law instead of paying the religious sector for evading their responsibilities and sit in yeshivas getting brainwashed by their rabbis.
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