No revolution today

It seems that the great project is shrinking into a less impressive size and its continuation might be at stake.

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March 23, 2016 19:30
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Nir Barkat

Jerusale mayor Nir Barkat announces he has registered to the Likud party in video message. (photo credit: screenshot)

 
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Revolutions, the real revolutions, those that completely change a long-existing reality, do not occur in one day, not even in a year or two. In the case of the tablet revolution in the education system in Jerusalem – it seems that it won’t even live long enough to merit the title (of revolution).

Two years or so after the dramatic announcement by the mayor and the holder of the Education portfolio in the city, Nir Barkat, that Jerusalem was stepping inside a technological revolution in terms of computerizing teaching, it seems that the great project is shrinking into a less impressive size and its continuation might be at stake.

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