Ein Kerem Agricultural School

kibbutz_name = Ein Kerem Agricultural School
foundation = 1952
founded_by =
region = Jerusalem corridor
council = Mateh Yehuda
industry = Agriculture, education
affiliation =
website = [http://www.einkarem.org.il/ www.einkarem.org.il]

Ein Kerem Agricultural School (Lang-he|בית הספר החקלאי עין כרם, "Beit HaSefer HaHakla'i Ein Kerem"), also known as the Ein Kerem Community Environmental School ( _he. בית הספר הקהילתי סביבתי עין כרם, "Beit HaSefer HaKehilati Svivati Ein Kerem") is a school and village in central Israel. Located near Ein Kerem, it falls under the jurisdiction of Mateh Yehuda Regional Council. In 2006 it had a population of 158.

The village was established after the foundation of a learning farm by Rachel Yanait Ben-Zvi (wife of President Yitzhak Ben-Zvi) in 1952 .

External links

* [http://www.einkarem.org.il/ School website] he icon

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