Navigating to Tomorrow's High-Tech Landscape: Outlining a Path Based on the Israeli Case

Doron Zohar, Judith Gal Ezer

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In recent years, an increasing number of university graduates have been seeking senior positions in hightech companies, attracted by the status, occupational satisfaction, and financial success these companies project. Over the past decade, the Israeli Ministry of Education, as well as teachers and parents, have encouraged this trend. In Israel and abroad, such positions usually presume at least an undergraduate degree from a higher education institution. Thus, schools now offer mathematical and computing courses in order to prepare students for university-level courses, with the goal of eventually achieving high-tech positions. The understanding is that the success of future generations, in Israel and world-wide, in the field of computing and its interface with other disciplines will benefit the individual, as well as safeguarding the country s future economy and security. The objective of this article is to describe a pathway based on the Israeli education system which we think can apply to other counties as well.

Original languageEnglish
Number of pages6
Specialist publicationACM Inroads
StatePublished - 27 Nov 2023

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