Twenty-one high schools all over Israel have participated in the Te’uda program. The school is given screening tests in order to identify the girls who are eligible. The school’s Te’uda coordinator then organizes them into groups of 4-6 based on their needs in four academic areas: math, English, Hebrew grammar and Hebrew composition. The groups then receive remedial tutoring, usually in the afternoons, after school hours.
Additionally, Te’uda provides professional development for teachers in the school, focusing on remedial education, pedagogical strategies and the emotional aspects of working with struggling students.
In the past 10 years, Te’uda has served more than 2,000 girls. More than 90% of them earned certification of high school matriculation, either through the bagrut exams or through the Bais Yaakov chutz exams, which are also recognized by the Ministry of Education.
89% of program alumni have gone on to college or advanced vocational training.
Currently Te’uda is offering the teacher-training required to enable schools to operate the programs themselves, with their own funding. Participating schools receive:
If you would like your school to join, please contact us at [email protected].