Israel's high court rules Haredi schools must give standardized tests
Court debates Reform movement’s petition to revoke budget of schools that do not administer the Mitzav achievement tests; Education Ministry has 100 days to come up with a plan to give the standardized exams in ultra-Orthodox schools.
The High Court of Justice has given the Education Ministry 100 days to prepare a plan for including the Haredi schools in the Mitzav standardized achievement test, which all public schools in Israel must administer. The test is given to elementary and middle school students around the country.
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