Government approves free education for children aged 3-4

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 8, 2012 18:39

 
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The government approved a plan to provide free education for children between the ages three to four, despite some opposition to the bill within the coalition, Channel 2 news reported Sunday.

21 ministers voted to support the law, while 8 voted against it.

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu met with Education Minister Gideon Sa'ar over the free education proposition, where the latter expressed his support of the law.

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