Jun 28 2011

Head to Head / Why are so few Arabs in higher education?

Published by Editor at 9:28 am under University in the Media

June 28, 2011  Haaretz

Prof. Majid Al-Haj, the vice president of Haifa University, is the most senior Arab in the higher education system today. In 2001, he headed a council subcommittee that put together a report on the subject. The report’s recommendations, all accepted by the council, determined that action had to be taken to increase the representation of Arabs in university preparatory programs, to establish information centers to lend support for higher education in the Arab sector of the population, and to make changes in the psychometric entrance exams.

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