Observers slam Israel over inequality in Palestinian schools

10/13/2010 | Al Jazeera

Some civil rights observers say the poor condition of Palestinian schools in Israel has led to a dropout rate that is almost twice as high as that of Israeli schools that serve Jewish populations. Rawia Aburabia, a lawyer with the Association for Civil Rights in Israel, says that the situation is "catastrophic" in rural areas where 80,000 people have little or no access to schools.

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