A Palestinian society that possesses the values, knowledge, culture and technology to produce knowledge and employ it in liberation and development
Build an educational system that contributes to the consolidation of ethical, national and humanitarian values and serves as an incubator of critical thinking, develops the principles of research and search for knowledge as well as necessary capacities to bring about active citizens, through the empowerment of a unique educational cadre that is capable of bringing about positive change in the educational process. The results of the new educational system contribute to meeting the needs of comprehensive development and creation of promising economic opportunities that fulfill the goals of a modern, enlightened Palestinian society.
- Early childhood education
- Primary education
- Secondary education
- Vocational education
- Non-formal education
- Administration and governance
- Ensure safe, comprehensive and just enrolment in the educational system at all levels
- Develop teaching and learning methods and environment centered on the benefit of students
- Enhance accountability, results-based leadership, governance, and administration
In accordance with Ministry of Finance data, the Ministry of Education’s budget, funded by the Public Treasury was ILS3,442,474,763, or 19.5% of the overall total expenditures from the public budget for 2023.
Budget Items (NIS)
توزيع الموازنة الجارية والرأسمالية تبعاً للبرامج/ بالشيكل
a simplified document of the general budget of the Ministry of Education. Expressed in numbers, figures, and graphs, it summarizes the key expenditure policies, approaches and priorities of the Ministry for the upcoming year. The budget enables citizens to become familiarized with the distribution of expenses among different programs and items in the education sector and consequently, to monitor governmental expenditures on education.
the necessary expenditures for the operation of the public institution, i.e. the Ministry (Electricity, water, fuel, travel, etc.)
are expenditures which have a nature that is different from current expenditures in terms of their useful life and the return from expenditures and are financed by the PA budget and donors.
what the government [Ministry] spends on the possession of capital assets (buildings, land, equipment, vehicles, etc.)
The Ministry procures certain services (insurance, cleaning, maintenance, etc.) from a private institution in exchange for money, whereby the private institution provides the required services according to agreed conditions.
This includes salaries and wages, raises, operational and referral expenditures of the ministry, public institutions and the other executive bodies of the State of Palestine