Every educator’s dream

How the Mifras program is creating a platform for innovation in Israeli education.

Participants of the 2012 Mifras program.
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‘I think that everyone comes into education with a certain vision: what you want the education system to be like, who you want to be as an educator,” asserts Zehavit Goldman, principal of the Begin High School in Rosh Ha’ayin.

Goldman, whose school is the only state academic high school in the city, credits the Mifras Educational Entrepreneurship Incubator program with challenging her to examine herself and her school and decide what to change about them.

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