Over 48% of high school students receive full Bagrut

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 11, 2011 13:26

 
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The number of high school graduates with a full Bagrut rose to 48.3 percent on Monday, the highest since 2004.

The sharpest increase was among the non-Jewish sector, which shows a 3% increase Bagrut success.

Beduin and Druze citizens showed a definite decrease in the number of graduates with full Bagrut.

A full Bagrut means that a student passed all of the national exams required in order to finish high school in Israel.

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