Tapping a reservoir of teachers

By JUDITH SUDILOVSKY
January 22, 2014 19:18

In the Arab sector, there are too many teachers for the available teaching positions; in Jewish schools, the opposite is the case. A new program seeks to redress the balance and change cultural perceptions en route.




Nedaa Rabie helps a student with math at Gvanim Junior High School

Nedaa Rabie helps a student with math at Gvanim Junior High School. (photo credit:HADAS PARUSH/FLASH 90)

A SIXTH-GRADE MATH teacher Nedaa Rabie, 27, steps back from the whiteboard on which she has just written an equation.

“OK,” she says. “Who wants to solve this exercise?” A few students raise their hands.

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