Addressing the educational gap in Palestine: Reasons, solutions, and compensatory measures

Tahani R. K. Bsharat 1, *, Jandal Ahmad Mohammed Salah 2 and Mosaddaq Y. Barahmeh 3

1 International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM).
2 An-Najah National University, Palestine.
3 Faculty of Arts- Arab American University of Palestine.
Review Article
World Journal of Advanced Research and Reviews, 2024, 22(03), 1133–1143
Article DOI: 10.30574/wjarr.2024.22.3.1827
Publication history: 
Received on 09 May 2024; revised on 16 June 2024; accepted on 18 June 2024
Palestinian Education System: Education in Palestine the education system in Palestine represents a big challenge; some of the explanations given for this are conflict, economic challenges between the two, not having enough resources and the fact that teaching methods are outdated. It means that disputes and financial difficulties make providing quality education at that level almost impossible. Resources are in short supply - from the basic deficits of school buildings, learning materials, and trained teachers. These outdated curricula are being taught here; Solutions should come from all sides to correct the situation. Education must start with the participation of local communities—reform teacher training programs. Capital is needed to construct better schools. Policy change can also help address some of the systemic problems. Finally, extraordinary efforts are required to assist students in making up for lost learning. Such needs include access to job skills training, online education platforms, academic tutoring programs, or scholarship opportunities.
Palestine; Educational Gap; Conflict; Socioeconomic Disparities; Infrastructure Challenges; Policy Reforms; Community Engagement.
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