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IMPACT-SE's Reports

IMPACT-SE focuses on the research of school textbooks, teachers' guides, and syllabi used worldwide--particularly in the Middle East--to find out whether the younger generations are being educated to accept "the others," i.e. their neighbors, the minorities in their midst, and even their enemies, and to solve conflicts with them through negotiation and compromise, rather than being incited to rejection, hatred and violence.

IMPACT-SE has published a dozen reports to-date on: Egypt; Iran; Israel; the Palestinian Authority and Hamas in the Palestinian Territories; Saudi Arabia; Syria; and Tunisia. All reports are written according to IMPACT-SE's unique methodology.


Latest Reports

Peace, Tolerance and the Palestinian "Other" in Israeli Textbooks: Update for 2009-2012
June 2012

This study analyzes the attitude of Israel’s education system towards the Palestinian people and nationality, and towards the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. It is based on the review of 149 state and state-religious textbooks, which were approved and recommended by the Israeli Ministry of Education for 2009-2012.

 

Palestinian Authority School Textbooks, 2011: A Draft Report on Attitudes toward Israel and the Jews; Peace and Non-Violence; the West Gender and the Environment
May 2011

Attached is a draft report on 117 school textbooks of the Palestinian Authority's (PA), from grade 1 to grade 12, issued depicting attitudes towards Jews and Israel, Peace and Non-Violence as well as Gender and the Environment. The school textbooks include 70 student books and 22 teacher guides issued by the PA Ministry of Education along with 25 student books issued by the PA Ministry of Endowments (Awqaf) and Religious Affairs. All the 118 books and guides are in current use at the PA schools.

 

All Reports

Click on a country below to read the report(s) written on its school textbooks: