The only way to help those who can't make a living in a post-corona world is to provide retraining for employment in relevant new fields
With equal access to remote learning and more autonomy to the municipalities, the coronavirus crisis can lead to a better education system
The World Economic Forum joins the international institutions looking into the impact of social mobility and inequality on economic growth
Business and non-profit organizations, including Rashi, show how Israeli innovation is harnesses for social and enviromental sustainability
There is almost no need to explain why equal opportunities in education are essential for social mobility. But an equal budget isn't equivalent to equal opportunity.
The gaps that appear by age 3 between children growing up in beneficial vs. unfavorable environments are almost impossible to close later on.
Rashi Foundation's policy brief presents guiding principles and recommendations for a comprehensive and effective national plan that will change the reality in Israel's periphery
Overturning the pyramid requires a major paradigm shift with regard to the significance of early childhood as a key to social mobility
as a newly founded state, Israel has succeeded in ensuring the mobility of its younger generation. But the present inequalities, put the mobility of our children at risk.
An Israeli child born to parents in the bottom fifth of the income distribution has a chance of 10.5% to reach the top fifth as an adult
What is the connection between the income of a child's parents and his or her chances to become an inventor?
Inter-generation mobility is actually an indicator of equality of opportunity in a society
"There are two main reasons why higher relative mobility in a society should be a goal for public policy: fairness and economic efficiency." – World Economic Forum, July 2018