Israel relies heavily on human capital to propel its economic growth. However, growing challenges in education could derail this growth engine. This Koret-Milken Institute Fellows Program policy brief examines innovations for both higher and elementary education, including human capital contracts, voucher systems and charter schools. This policy brief is available here as a full research report in Hebrew and a shorter version is available in English, here.
The Koret-Milken Institute Fellows Program, established by the Koret Foundation, provides annual fellowships to outstanding Israeli graduate students, to complete independent economic research within government or parliamentary offices on issues impeding small-business development, employment expansion and economic growth in Israel.