Yigal Gaz represents an example of breakthrough leadership in the most impossible market conditions. He has demonstrated economic management capabilities, has worked to recruit advanced technology and support systems for teaching, while managing
a network of 20 additional schools on a voluntary basis.
Mr. Gaz succeeded in maintaining a teaching routine even during the
Second Lebanon War using distance learning systems.
His school also invests in activities that promote values and has taken under its wing an institute for rehabilitating young drug addicts who are attached to the schools curricula. The school also assists the region’s school drop-outs and enables them to learn within a special framework at the school.
All this is achieved alongside encouraging values of volunteerism and a desire to undertake significant military service in the future.