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The Potential Demand for Haredi High School Yeshiva Studies
Amiram Gonen, Bezalel Cohen, Eliezer Hayun, 2018
The development of Haredi high school yeshivas as a normative educational track for high-school aged students in Haredi society, in parallel to the existing track of 'Yeshivot Ketanot', is essential in order to enhance access to higher education and increase employment opportunities for young Haredim.
During the past fifteen years there have been significant developments in Haredi society, leading to ever-increasing participation on the part of Haredi men in the employment market and higher education in Israel. These developments point to a steadily growing potential demand by parents who seek to send their son to institutions that offer a comprehensive core studies curriculum.

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