A recent study, entitled “A Picture of the Nation,” found that among Chareidi populations, there is more movement from more religious schools to less religious schools than there is movement in the opposite direction. This change indicates that Chareidim are getting serious about their education – and are looking for more choices in Math and English studies. Since 2005, the number of Charedi students enrolled from the ninth to the 12th grade has doubled from 700 to 1,400.
To overcome some of the issues with cultural differences, Chareidi factions in cities like Jerusalem and Beit Shemesh have opened high schools with a bigger focus on matriculation exams.
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