The Government of Israel has not honoured its promise to provide agreed upon funding for Christian schools.
- The Israeli Government has not honoured their commitment to transfer 50 Million Shekels (approximately $13 million USD) to the Christian Schools.
- The Ministry of Education has not offered any solution for the financial crisis in Christian Schools.
- Christian Schools in Israel are in immediate danger of collapsing financially.
The 47 Christian Schools in Israel owned by Catholic, Orthodox, Anglican, Church of Scotland, Christ Church, and Baptist Churches in Israel went on strike for 27 days in September 2015.
a) The transfer of the sum of 50 Million Shekels be completed immediately.b) The government decide on a fixed sum to be paid annually to the Christian schools to compensate for the drastic cuts.c) Alternatively, that a new legislation be brought forward that will create a new status for the Christian schools that will ensure sufficient funding and take into consideration their uniqueness and long service in the land.