Israeli school children resumed online learning on Sunday, after an extended Passover holiday break amid the coronavirus pandemic. The Education Ministry has come under criticism for its handling of remote learning, ranging from the significant parent involvement required in managing school tasks, to disregard for households that lack, or do not have enough, computers for each child. Education Minister Rafi Peretz asserted that the recommendations sent to administrators and teachers on distance learning were exactly that, and that each principal should decide how to apply them based on the character of the class or school.

KAN's Naomi Segal asked Yariv Binnun, CEO and co-founder of eTeacher Group, an operator of online schools around the world, what grade he would give the education ministry for its handling of online learning.