Amal schools are spread over 20 local and regional authorities, across the length and breadth of the country. Amal operates 51 schools of various types, with an estimated number of 30,000 students and nearly 3,000 staff members, from all groups in Israeli society: Arabs, Druze, Bedouins, secular Jews, national-religious and ultra-Orthodox Jews. In terms of age, the schools are divided to 32 high schools and 19 middle schools. In terms of subjects learned and ministerial affiliation, the schools are divided to 30 interdisciplinary that are governed by the Ministry of Education, 9 that are scientific and technological and 11 that are vocational and governed by the Ministry of Labour and Welfare. Some of the students in our network come from Israel’s social and geographic periphery. In these cases, the schools serve as a significant springboard to social and economical success.