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The paper starts by telling the story of Israel’s social protest. The story of a hot evening in September 2011 when technology helped thousands of people in over a hundred locations to combine their experience, hearts and minds in the course of the evening, and to create courses of action for translating social protest into practical solutions.

This paper is divided into three parts, each of which covers a major theme:

  1. Part One: Why Developing the Technological Sphere is Relevant to the Education City
  2. Part Two: Five Technological Trajectories
  3. Part Three: A Roadmap for Implementation

By itaya, rond