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.
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
Second National Study of Elementary and Junior High School Practices to Advance Low-Achieving Students (2012)
Ethiopian National Project: Youth Centers – Third Evaluation Study, 2012
The Ethiopian National Project (ENP) was established in 2004 with the goal of enabling Ethiopian-Israeli youth to fulfill their potential and to increase their chances of social mobility and future integration into the employment market.
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.
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.
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: Program for the Prevention of Alcohol and Drug Abuse 2008 — Evaluation Study
This report focuses on a program which was developed especially for Ethiopian-Israeli youth and their parents, aimed at preventing the use of alcohol and drugs and associated negative behaviors.
The Ethiopian National Project: Youth Centers 2008 – Second Evaluation Report
The Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute conducted an evaluation of 14 centers that had been in operation for over a year.
The University Program to Promote Accessibility to Higher Education in the Negev: Evaluation of the Program in the 2006/2007 Academic Year – Follow-up Study
The Accessibility Program was designed to improve the patterns of social mobility among young people in the south by increasing their chances of admission to the most sought-after academic departments.
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.