22.02.2011 18.Adar l, 5771
Israeli Arab parents more concerned with homework than Jewish counterparts, study shows
Researchers say differences reflect different views about the wider role of education as an instrument of social mobility.
Only 37 percent of Israel's Jewish parents believe it is important to do homework, compared to 60 percent of Arab parents, a new study has found.
A poll of students showed a similar gap: Only 58 percent of Jewish students said they did all the homework they were assigned at school, as compared to 78 percent of Arab students….