When will it be finished?
It’s been a busy couple of months for Israeli preschoolers who have been waiting for the final grade to be announced for a program that has been running in the country’s most populous cities for more than 20 years.
In September, the Education Ministry said that, on the eve of the first school day, more than 100,000 students will be in the classroom and will be able to begin learning at school the next day.
The kindergarten program will be expanded to accommodate more families, including students of all ages, with the goal of creating the countrys largest preschool.
Last month, the ministry announced that more than 1.1 million preschool children will be enrolled in the program by the end of this year, including 1.5 million under the age of six and 2 million under six.
As of last month, more then 5.7 million preschoolers had already been enrolled in preschool programs in Israel.
This month, as part of the finalizing the program’s schedule, the education ministry said it will begin enrolling preschool children at the beginning of the year.
The goal is to have at least one-third of the country s preschool program fully operational by the middle of 2020.
With the new year just around the corner, parents have begun looking forward to the first day of school.
Some are hopeful that it will be their first time going to school, but others say it is too early to make any predictions.
As far as the program itself, the new teacher will be the first female teacher to teach in a preschool.
While she may be the only female to lead the program, the program is being run by the Israeli Ministry of Education, so there are no quotas on gender.
In the meantime, parents can get their kids to the kindergarten at any time.
For children under 6, the schedule will start at the end on the second day of the school year.
Children in the preschool program are given a schedule of activities to help them get the most out of the day.
This includes playing outdoors, swimming in a pool, eating breakfast and taking a nap.
They also get supervised walks and a weekly activity called the “babushki” class, which includes a class on building blocks and learning about chemistry.
The children learn in the traditional way, which is also the way the government expects them to learn, said Sara Mughrabi, a parent of two kindergartners who requested that her last name not be used.
While there are lots of new toys and games for preschoolers, she added, the curriculum is designed to keep the children grounded and active.
“They are not exposed to any new technologies,” she said.
“It is more of a daily learning environment,” she added.
The preschool program has been a hit for Israel’s government, with it recently announcing that it had been named Israel’s most successful preschool program in the world.
In May, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu signed the bill into law, saying it would help the country “break through the barrier of poverty” and “bring hope and success to millions of children across the country.”
The new preschool program is funded through the Israeli government’s Social Security Insurance program.
It will begin with a small number of families with less than one child who will receive an initial grant and will expand to all children in the city.
The new teacher is expected to start with the program in September, and the ministry expects to have a full-fledged preschool program up and running by the start of 2020, with more than a million preschool students enrolled.