Among the population of ultra-Orthodox women, the average fertility rate is somewhere in the area of seven children per family.
ID: Today she teaches college students at the Sapir Academic College near Sderot
“This whole movement is about unlocking the power of women,” said the founding director of the project.
Today, even the most ultra-Orthodox communities have strong education systems for girls through and often post-high school, recognizing that education may threaten the status quo but it also empowers
In coordinated rallies in New York, Washington, Los Angeles and Chicago, hundreds of thousands of women and their male supporters took to the streets.
A clear correlation between education and employment for both Jews and Arabs
Now, the museum is “my whole life,” she says. “I am now the vagina lady.”
Findings of study by the Shoresh Institution cite fixation on quantity over quality as reason for low ranking in developed world.
Despite low primary-grades ranking, the country remains one of the world’s most educated countries.