Feedback in the Israeli Education System
Author: Zehava Sass Policy Research

This report aims to substantiate the need to establish a feedback center for Israel’s education system and sketches the outlines of such a center in terms of its organization and operation.

The proposed center would provide the education system with feedback on its products and outputs. It would have other potential functions that are unrelated to product appraisal; these are discharged today by various agencies, some within the Ministry of Education and others outside it.

This paper appears as a chapter in the Center’s annual publication, Israel’s Social Services 1988-1989, and is available upon request.

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