How the lost teaching hours will be returned

By EHUD ZION WALDOKS
December 18, 2007 21:10

 
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  • 27 days will come at the expense of vacations and an extension of the school year.
  • For schools that took part in the strike, the school year will be extended until July 8-11 depending on sector (Jewish, Arab, Druse).
  • Schools that did not strike will finish the year on June 20.
  • 22 days will be returned through making the school day longer or adding one day a week where the school week is five days long.
  • Pessah vacation will be reduced by one week.
  • Teachers will be paid for the lost hours.

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