Arab Teachers’ in Israel Face Dilemma: Civics by the Book or Talk About the Nakba

Some Arab teachers in Israel juggle the Zionist and Palestinian versions of history. Others just outright rebel

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Neven Abu Rahmoun, a civics teacher in Bu’eine Nujeidat in the Lower Galilee, has a typical challenge: preparing her students for the school-leaving exams while encouraging them to be critical. But for Arab Israeli teachers, the task is a lot tougher.

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