Seperate but equal doesn’t work

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I’d like to believe that the findings from this investigation won’t prove the allegation true. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem too unrealistic that this might actually be happening.

From the Jerusalem Post:

Representatives from the Education Ministry are set to visit a religious girls’ school in Emmanuel to investigate whether or not the school is separating students based on ethnic backgrounds, Army Radio reported on Thursday.

Photo: Ariel Jerozolimski

On Wednesday, Channel 2 revealed that the school’s classes were re-designed in order to separate between the Ashkenazi and Sephardi pupils.

Channel 2 also reported that drywall was installed in the building’s corridors and a fence was erected in the yard in order to prevent the two groups from meeting. (MORE)

Posted on October 26, 2007

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