‘Israeli children less satisfied with school than international counterparts’

Israeli children are less satisfied than their international counterparts with regards to their overall schooling experience, according to a report presented Monday at the Be’er Sheba Conference on the Wellbeing of the Child.

Dr. Yitzhak Kadman, director of the National Council for the Child, presented the data, which aimed to examine children’s perceptions about their personal welfare in various areas of life and their overall life satisfaction.

The research encompassed some 45,000 children internationally among 15 countries including Algeria, Colombia, England, Estonia, Ethiopia, Germany, Nepal, Norway, Poland, Romania, South Africa, Spain, Turkey and South Korea.

Source: http://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/Israeli-children-less-satisfied-with-school-than-international-counterparts-391180

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