4 edition of Politics and policy-making in Israel"s education system found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||LC94.I75 G4 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 195 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||195|
|LC Control Number||97126077|
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Politics and policy-making in Israel's education system. Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Gaziʻel, Ḥayim. Politics and policy-making in Israel's education system.
Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ḥayim Gaziʻel. This is the first comprehensive book in English to describe and analyse the structure of Israel's education system from a political and policy making perspective. It has been written in response to academicians' demands for a clear understanding of how education policy in Israel is shaped by the political agenda and the fluid balance of power Pages: This is the first comprehensive book in English to describe and analyse the structure of Israel's educational system from a political and policy-making perspective.
It has been written in response to academicians' demands for a clear understanding of how education policy in Israel is shaped by the political agenda and the fluid balance of power.
removes the mystique of the word by defining politics as a process by which groups of people make decisions. This involves social relati ons involving authority or power, and methods or tactics to formulate and apply policy. So, in actual fact, politics permeates most, if not all, of our daily living, and certainly our education system.
education system, the policy-making process and its consequences for the educational space and system outcomes. These concepts and methods are used to narrate historical developments of the Palestinian Arab education system in Israel, to critique state policy-making and identify future challenges.
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The State of Israel has never attempted to build a national identity that would be ‘liberated ’from Jewish ‘religion.’ Instead, it has focused on the construction of a national identity distinct in one critical respect: it is reserved for Jews only.
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The Local Dimension in Israeli Government and Politics territorially based, operates at a handicap. It is often viewed as the weakest link in the state's political system. From a power perspective, local governments are indeed subordinate to governmental and party centers, not to speak of the religious and ethnic communities, in many ways.
The Israel lobby’s role in American politics While I was away, a friend sent me a link to an article from the online magazine Tablet, and asked me what I thought about it. Book review editor Maddalena Colombo then describe the state of the education system, the policy-making process and its consequences for the educational space and system outcomes.
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The article argues that political education is vitally important for all sorts of social and political outputs: 'Individual Africans need to become more politically sophisticated.
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For a long period of time, observers of Israel's government have reported the same phenomena: instability in most political positions not allowing for proper policy design, enhanced control of the bureaucracy over the policy making process, and complete uncertainty regarding the implementation of policies.