Almost 50% Of Israeli Haredi Middle Age Men Have An 8th Grade Education – Or Less
Haredi men have very poor educations, as the new State of the Nation report by the prestigious Taub Center for Social Policy Studies in Israel shows. And that low educational level cripples haredim and makes it very hard for them to enter the workforce.
In the chart immediately below, “great yeshiva” means yeshiva gedolah – a yeshiva with classes starting in 9th grade:
The entire haredi section of the Taub Center’s report as a PDF file:
- Almost 50% Of Israeli Haredi Middle Age Men Have An 8th Grade Education – Or Less (failedmessiah.typepad.com)
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- Israel’s AG Asks Court To Void Beit Shemesh Election Results Due To Massive Haredi Voter Fraud (failedmessiah.typepad.com)
- Extremist haredi Orthodox cult flees Quebec, bound for Iran (jta.org)