Some Palestinian schools in Israel have started a general strike to protest worsening conditions of their schools and the lack of logistical support.
Schools in the village of Shaqeeb Alsalam in the Negev are on strike in solidarity and support with Alzahraa School, which is also on strike to protest the lack of adequate conditions at the school.
In the town of Rahat, schools have also started a strike to protest the lack of safety at the school.
اضراب مدارس عربية فى اسرائيل احتجاجا على خفض المخصصات المالية للمدارس المسيحية
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— Bilaraby بالعربي (@mssbilaraby) September 8, 2015
(Translation: Arab schools in Israel are on strike to protest budget reduction).
In the town of Tira, the council of parents announced a general strike at the town’s schools over a conflict with the Israeli Ministry of Education regarding the body that will run the two high schools in the town.
Palestinian schools in Israel are suffering from crowded classes, and a lack of infrastructure, due to the lack of funds and maintenance by the Israeli governments.