By Y. Shalom
Instructing Israel is a comparative ethnography of 5 Israeli colleges that function inside of a multicultural context. It supplies a massive glimpse of people and associations who bravely function as social and academic marketers and who attempt to alter Israeli Society. This ebook exposes and analyzes 5 courageous Israeli faculties that use state of the art academic ways to aid switch Israel's conflicted society. the universities profiled during this booklet be ready to compile and empower childrens from various cultures and faiths, whereas additionally aiding to alter Israeli society on the grassroots point.
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Maybe in the future we will adopt a funnel model, beginning with 90 percent use of Arabic at the beginning and slowly reaching 50 percent at an older age. But this would change the work of preparing the staff and the balance between the languages. There is a problem here, but we can cope with it. It means dismissing teachers. My own experience suggests that even if there are more Arab teachers, the Jews do not necessarily improve their Arabic. We need to develop a program that will meet this need.
They don’t want their children’s future to be blocked. But we feel that we are doing a god job even if we don’t give lots of homework and tests. We see that our students settle in well in the junior high schools. For example, the Orthodox School takes the children from Neve Shalom, but they also take our children from Jawarish. The discrepancy also applies regarding the expectation of strict norms of behavior and achievements. Money does not present a barrier for the children from the disadvantaged neighborhoods.
There is also a social dimension—it is easier to make friends with children from the same area. Recently, a national summer camp was held for Jewish and Arab children. A large number of children came from all over the country, including some participants from Neve Shalom. We saw that the place makes a difference. There is an incredible sense of unity among the children from Neve Shalom. They have become a unified and consolidated group of Arabs and Jews. All the other groups arrived as mononational groups, and the great integration in the group from Neve Shalom really stood out.