Students at poor Israeli school forced to dodge cars to get from class to class
The students, many of them dropouts from elsewhere, have to cross the street between classes because, one student says, 'nobody cares about us.'
Rehovot’s WIZO technological high school has 500 students, most of whom couldn’t make it at other high schools in the area. The school has two main compounds, separated by a road that dozens of students cross, dodging traffic, every recess. Has this situation been allowed to persist for years because the school serves poor students?