Which of the four states does the education system in Israel best serve?

The Jerusalem District Public Library (LDPL) is one of the few government-run educational institutions in Israel.

Its educational system has been operating since the early 1970s and has been in constant need of upgrading since the late 1990s.

It has been a huge source of pride for many Israelis to be able to access a vast array of educational resources, from online learning to high-quality printed materials, but its students are not always able to do their homework.

When the LDPL received a grant in January 2016, it was the first Israeli government institution to receive a significant grant.

The funding provided to the LDPS for the next six months will cover the cost of installing a new research and teaching center, as well as building new classrooms, computer rooms and laboratories, and a new digital library.

The project has been financed by the Israeli National Science Foundation (NSF), the Israel Science and Technology Authority, and the Israeli Ministry of Education.

The new library will be a focal point for the LDPs research, teaching and learning.

The LDPS is the largest public library in Israel, with over 20,000 books and 1.8 million materials in its collections.

Its students come from over a hundred different countries, with the majority of them studying in the United States, France, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, Germany, Canada, India, and Singapore.

Since its inception in 1974, the LDPP has provided an array of specialized programs, from preschool to postgraduate studies, and also provides a full range of academic and vocational education, as required by law.

Libraries in Israel often have limited budgets and a limited number of staff members.

The LDPL has a staff of about 70, with additional staff on call and in reserve.

The school’s budget is estimated at about 5.5 million shekels ($8,000).

However, the majority (65%) of the funds allocated to the new library are from private donors, with funding from the Israel Foundation for Arts, Culture, and Science.

The $5 million in funding will be used to build a new computer room, upgrade the existing library computer network, and establish an online learning center.

The new library is expected to open in 2021.

The center will serve students in grades 3-12 and is expected be fully operational by 2019.

The new digital center will feature a research library and a digital learning center, with computer rooms, lecture rooms, and laboratories.

The digital library is projected to provide free, open access to a large number of academic, technological and social-sciences journals, books, videos, audio-visuals, music, games, and other multimedia content, as a central resource for Israeli students.

The funding will allow the LDPM to expand its digital library to include a full complement of books from across the globe, with an eye towards international access.

It will also include the first comprehensive English-language collection of Israeli authors.

The newly established digital center is expected bring a new focus to the department’s academic research and the LDPDs international outreach.

The university hopes that the new digital facility will be the foundation for further expansion and expansion of the department in the future.