Joint Jewish-Arab Education in Schools—a Must and Also a Right

The Calcalist is a serious Israeli Daily which is similar in style to The Economist.  This article with Yuval Dvir focuses on the opportunity and privilege of being part of a diverse Arab, Jewish and international faculty in a country where this is very unusual.

Read the article in Hebrew and the translation in English

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David Zehavi

Hebrew Literature
Mentor

David joined GHIS because he was looking for the right educational establishment to develop personally and professionally. As soon as he heard about GHIS, he realized that it suits his values.

“As someone who has always been committed to coexistence in Israel, I see GHIS as a great vehicle to bring young people together in an accepting and non-prejudicial way.”

As well as being a teacher, David is also trained in special needs education at all school levels.

David holds a joint Honors B.Ed.  in Special Education ages 6 to 21, and BA in Literature at Oranim College