Neta Hebrew

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NETA (Hebrew: נוער לטובת העברית‎, No'ar leTovat ha'Ivrit), literally Youth in Favour of Hebrew, is a Hebrew language curriculum for students. Following the subsequent involvement of the Israeli Center for Educational Technology,[when?] the programme was rebranded NETA–CET.

The curriculum is described as a more modern, "holistic" approach to the teaching of Hebrew, in response to perceived deficiencies in more traditional approaches used in Jewish day schools and other Hebrew language programs.[1]

Research conducted at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America showed that the NETA curriculum did not appear to be an effective teaching method for students with learning disabilities.[2]

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