The top-ranked Israeli school in terms of academic performance and teacher performance in the past 10 years is al-Baraka, a private school in the settlement of Maale Adumim.

According to a survey by Israel’s Bar-Ilan Institute, the school has a 91% graduation rate and has a 97% retention rate.

The study found that the students enrolled in the school are in the top third of all Israeli students enrolled, at the same time as the state is implementing new education regulations to raise the average educational attainment of Israeli children.

The Bar-Insa school in al-Arba, a settlement in the occupied West Bank.

It has a 99% graduation and a 97.7% retention.

Al Jazeera English – In this clip from Al Jazeera’s The Last Word series, we look at the role of education in the Israeli education system.

The state has also recently launched a new education initiative called “Educational Acceleration for All” (ESA), which aims to boost education outcomes by focusing on students with special needs, including children with learning disabilities, and those with learning difficulties.

The goal is to create an environment where students can learn from their environment, with an emphasis on students’ academic, social and emotional well-being.

Al-Barakas students have already been involved in the initiative.

“In our classrooms, students with disabilities have to be given a seat on the podium, which is a very difficult position,” said teacher Yitzhak Meir, a teacher at the school.

“They have to learn from the children who sit next to them.

It is the responsibility of our students to do that, as we teach them everything that we have.”

Meir said that al- Baraka students who have special needs are the most successful.

“The students who are not so fortunate have to wait,” he said.

The al-Bakas children also have to attend school in a separate building from the rest of the students.

The new building is not open to the public, and its students are taught to behave and behave well.

The students are also expected to learn to be a team player, Meir said.

“We don’t want to be like other schools in the settlements.

We want to give the children the best possible learning environment, where they can develop their individual skills.”

The new building has been under construction since 2013, and is located in a settlement called al-Aqsa, in the Old City of Jerusalem.

The school was opened in 2008 and was one of several that Israel has built since 2000.

Meir is a member of the school’s faculty, and his students are the only ones who have the option of enrolling at the new building.

“I am a bit scared to enter this building because I am a student and it is the first time I have to enter the building,” he told Al Jazeera.

“It is scary.”

The students’ parents are not happy with the move, and they have complained to the Israeli authorities, who are currently conducting a number of hearings in the case.

“There is no reason why we should not go to al-Majdal al-Sharif, which was built after the separation wall was built,” said the mother of one of the children.

“Al-Mawiya was built before al-Shabbat [the Jewish holiday] and they don’t have a separation wall.

Why should we go to the place that the Israeli military used to live in before?”

According to a report published in 2013 by the Institute for Educational Research and Transformation (IRD), the average teacher’s salary in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip is just 1,200 shekels ($2,500), compared to 6,400 shekeles ($25,600) in the Palestinian territories.

“A salary of 1,000 shekelis is a decent salary for an Israeli teacher,” said a spokesperson for the Israeli Education Ministry.

“Teachers are required to be well-qualified and have a good teaching record.”

In a statement issued last year, the Education Ministry explained that the new buildings are designed to accommodate teachers with special educational needs.

The building is a unique educational building, and it has been designed to support special education students, who have to move to a different building, said the statement.

The Israeli government has also introduced several other new education initiatives since the last year.

Last month, it launched the “Youth in a Changing World” program, which aims at educating Palestinian children and adults in the “disciplines of citizenship, social work, arts, humanities and other subjects” to “develop their skills”.

The program is a joint initiative between the Israeli Government and UNICEF.

The initiative aims to make the educational system in Israel “fit for the 21st century”, the statement added.

The program will provide the children with a place to learn and will help them to build up their skills, the statement said