Israeli Education Policy since 1948 and the State of Arab Education in Israel

@inproceedings{Arar2012IsraeliEP,
  title={Israeli Education Policy since 1948 and the State of Arab Education in Israel},
  author={Khalid Husny Arar},
  year={2012}
}
This paper analyses Israeli policy towards Arab education in Israel and its consequences. Drawing upon literature on the colonial nation-state, and ethnic indigenous minorities, the study distinguishes three educational policy shifts since 1948: (1) Arab education under military administration until 1966 (2) the policy of integration 1967-1991 (3) the peace process since 1992, the quest for autonomy and Arab education's present 'on hold' status. Using the analytical framework suggested by… CONTINUE READING

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