Beit Jann, in northern Israel, ranks #1 for first time, with nearly 95% of its students eligible for matriculation certificate, whereas the Jewish ultra-Orthodox & Arab towns continue to hold bottom slots.
By Shahar Chai
The Druze village of Beit Jann Israel’s highest rate of matriculation certificate eligibility among high school students in the 2013-14 school year, according to rankings released on Wednesday by the Education Ministry. The town previously came in at third and second places in the last two years, and by achieving the top spot, it has made good on a promise by its regional council chief. Continue Reading »