Over the past two decades, Israel has made a dramatic effort to transform the service system for children and youth at risk, with emphases on community-based services, systematic data-based planning, and inter-ministerial and inter-agency collaboration. Throughout this period, MJB’s Engelberg Center for Children and Youth has influenced the national agenda through studies of the needs of children and youth at risk, and the service system designed to address them.
The goal of the study was to to learn how Israel’s social service system may use research findings effectively and optimally
The study aimed to provide insights into the successes and challenges of the pilot’s implementation as a basis for improvement, and to assess the extent to which the program achieved its goals.
The goal was to examine the achievements of the Ethiopian-Israeli and non-Ethiopian twelfth-graders participating in the SPACE program in 2017 as reflected in their matriculation exam achievements.
The goal of the mapping was to collect extensive and up-to-date data on the outputs provided to residential facility students. This information will serve as a basis for formulating policy and making decisions as part of the reform in the Service for Children and Youth residential facilities.