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  Elul 13, 5767 , 27/08/07

Secular Israelis Abandoning Teaching Profession

What was once considered to be a noble profession is now looked upon by many secular Israelis as a low paying job that gets no respect. New figures show that secular Israelis are  largely abandoning the teaching profession, especially the humanities. According to the figures, 45% of students learning education today are studying in Haredi-religious schools and only 19% of education students are learning in secular schools.


Throughout the country only 44 secular Israelis are learning history instruction, 35 bible studies,19 Hebrew language and but 6 are learning geography.

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