Dr. Viacheslav Konstantinov
Children and Youth
The Integration of Ethiopian-Israeli Adolescent Boys
The current study is the first to examine the factors that contribute to the gap between the Ethiopian-Israeli boys and the girls.
Status of Young Adults in Israel in Key Areas of Life
The report presents up-to-date information about young adults aged 18-29 in Israel, in the context of four areas of their lives where they are liable to be at risk.
The Ethiopian National Project – Scholastic Assistance Program: Follow-Up Study of the Scholastic Achievements in 2012/13 and Evaluation of the Socio-Emotional Support Program in 2014/2015
Patterns of Integration into Israeli Society among Immigrants from the Former Soviet Union over the Past Two Decades
Young Adults Working in Israel with up to 12 Years of Schooling: Integration into Employment – Resources, Barriers and Needs
Youth at Heart (Yesh Matzav) Multidisciplinary Youth Centers: Evaluation of a Pilot
Mapping of Methods to Advance Low-Achieving Students in an Ultra-Orthodox (Haredi) Network of Schools
Young Adults with Disabilities in Israel: Integration into Employment – Resources, Barriers and Needs
Young Adults in Israel Who Are Neither Working Nor Studying: Integration into Employment – Resources, Barriers and Needs
Second National Study of Elementary and Junior High School Practices to Advance Low-Achieving Students (2012)
Integration of Young Adults into Employment: Resources, Barriers and Needs – Main Findings
Evaluation of the PACT and PACT+ Projects to Promote Ethiopian-Israeli Children and their Parents: Summary Final Report
Ethiopian National Project: Evaluation of the Impact of the Scholastic Assistance Program on Achievements, 2008-2010
The Ethiopian National Project (ENP) focuses on Ethiopian-Israeli students in junior high and high schools (grades 7-12) and is designed to improve their achievements and reduce the gap between them and non-Ethiopian students.
The Characteristics and Needs of Youth in Youth Rehabilitation Service Programs
The study, which was conducted in 2011-2012, examined the needs and characteristics of the youth and the interventions carried out. It also examined the contributions the frameworks made to the adolescents from the staff members' perspective.
First and Second Generations of Immigrant Youth from Ethiopia and the Former Soviet Union – Similarities and Differences
Findings from a national survey, the first to compare youth who had immigrated from the FSU and Ethiopia with youth who were born to immigrant families from those countries, i.e., the first and second generations of immigrant youth.
Ethiopian National Project: Scholastic Assistance Program – Evaluation Study
The ENP scholastic assistance program is provided to Ethiopian-Israeli students in junior high and high schools (grades 7 to 12) and is designed to improve their scholastic achievements, with a special emphasis on matriculation exams.
Immigrant Youth in Israel – the Current Situation
Comprehensive study aimed at providing up-to-date information about immigrant youth from various countries.
Ethiopian National Project: Scholastic Assistance Program 2009 – Main Findings from the Third Evaluation Report about Program Impacts
The ENP been accompanied by an extensive ongoing evaluation since its inception. In this report, we focus on a number of major indicators of the academic impacts of the scholastic assistance program.
National Study of Primary and Junior High School Practices to Advance Low-Achieving Students: Final Report
This survey maps the array of activities for low achievers at primary and junior high schools in Israel.
The Ethiopian National Project: An Evaluation Study of the SPACE Program – Scholastic Assistance, Youth Centers 2005/6–2006/7: Executive Summary
The SPACE (School Performance and Community Empowerment) program was established in 2004, in order to provide a solution for the needs of the Ethiopian-Israeli community.
Adolescent Girls in Israel: An Analysis of Data from Selected Studies
This is the third in a series of studies conducted in the framework of "Girls on the Map", in partnership with the Service for Girls and Young Women of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Ashalim The study analyzes the characteristics of girls ages 13-21, from major sub-groups in the population.
Identifying the Needs of Druze Youth – Executive Summary
Following concern of policymakers and professionals for Druze youth in recent years, the head of Druze education at the Ministry of Education and the Institute conducted a survey of Druze students at all the Druze secondary schools in Israel.
Characteristics and Needs of Adolescent Girls in the Care of the Service for Women and Girls of the Ministry of Social Affairs
This study is part of the "girls on the map" study, which has generated additional reports: a national mapping of services and programs for girls, and an analysis of findings about girls from existing studies of risk behaviors among girls, as compared with boys.