Are Israel’s Jewish-Arab Coexistence Schools Setting Kids Up for a Cruel Fall?
Bilingual, dual-narrative schools like Hand in Hand teach tolerance and dialogue between Israel’s often de facto segregated Jewish and Arab populations – but its graduates face a very dissonant outside world.
Although one in five Israeli citizens are Palestinian, Israelis exist in two largely exclusive worlds. Separate school systems, little knowledge of Arabic by Jewish Israelis, and mostly de facto segregated...
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