Piron’s Reform Plans for Israeli Schools Not Working
A student sums up classes with his teacher: 'Mostly she reads from the textbook, talks about it in class. Maybe first she writes it on the blackboard. Maybe we ask some questions, homework – pretty standard stuff.'
Two years after the initiation of former Education Minister Shay Piron’s school reform, a comprehensive study conducted by the National Authority for Evaluation and Measurement in Education has found that...
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