jerusalem - The Israeli government has put a stop to modernization of ultra-Orthodox Jewish schools. The parliament was the night of Monday to Tuesday approved a bill to repeal the changes again.
It was intended that the schools, which focus on religious studies, more worldly subjects like math and English were offering to even qualify for public funds. They must now continue on as before although graduates in the labor market have severely because essential knowledge is lacking.
More than fifty former students have sued the state because they have had an inadequate education. About 12 percent of Israel's population belongs to orthodox Jews.
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