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#3. Rich kid smart kid?

What’s the chance of a child who grew up in the periphery to reach a career in STEM fields, and how is it connected to the fact that no classes for gifted students were opened in the south in 2018? With Na’ama Bar Shalom, manager of Rashi’s STEM Ecosystem initiative. (in Hebrew)


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