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Jewish–Arab schools in Israel : parents’ perspectives and children’s realities

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Abstract: It takes courage for Jewish and Arab parents in Israel to swim against the social and political current by sending their children to one of the five integrated Jewish-Arab schools in the country, rather than to the segregated schools that constitute the norm. The first part of this paper, extracted largely from an earlier publication by Hand in Hand Centre for Jewish-Arab Education in Israel, presents the perceptions and experiences of four Jewish parents and five Arab parents. In the second part, taken largely from a research report submitted to the Bernard van Leer Foundation, University in Jerusalem anthropologist Zvi Bekerman describes research with children who attend the Jewish-Arab schools and urges the schools to push towards further transformation.
Authors: Bekerman, Z. , Shahdi, N.
Series Title: Online Outreach Paper
Corporate author(s): Hand in Hand Centre for Jewish–Arab Education
Country: Israel
Category: Research
Serial number: 7
Keywords: children , communities , education
Language: eng
Organization: Bernard van Leer Foundation
PAGE: i, 13
Place: The Hague
Publisher: Bernard van Leer Foundation
Year: 2009
Region: Asia
Right: © 2009 Bernard van Leer Foundation
Subject: Social and Political Change
Title: Jewish–Arab schools in Israel : parents’ perspectives and children’s realities