Plan for Implementation of Extended School Day: Cost and Manpower Aspects
Author: Nachum Blass, Yaakov Kop Policy Research

In the course of the 1980s, the education system underwent a series of budget cuts resulting in the shortening of the school day in primary and preprimary schools.

As a result of these cutbacks, there has been the development of the “grey market for education,” a phenomenon that serves to widen educational disparities.

This paper examines the implications in terms of costs and manpower for extending the school day.

This paper is in Hebrew only and is available upon request.

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