Fewer Israeli high-school students are prepared for college

08/11/2009 | IsraelNationalNews.com

Fewer Israeli high-school graduates were eligible to earn a diploma needed to move on to higher education this year than last year, according to the Ministry of Education. Statistics show less than half of students met the requirements for a matriculation-level diploma. The data also show that the gap between the best and worst Israeli schools is widening.

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