Focus on weakest pupils ‘could boost GDP 301%’

If Israel were to concentrate on raising the achievement levels of its weakest pupils, it could potentially increase its GDP by 301% over the next eight decades, according to a study released Tuesday by the Shoresh Institution for Socioeconomic Research.

The study, conducted by the institution’s president Prof. Dan Ben-David, chronicles Israel’s unique socioeconomic story – what Ben-David refers to as the country’s “gigantic missed policy opportunity” – detailing some of the fundamental changes necessary for implementing a positive change in direction.


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