It’s a lot of work for the parents, but research shows homeschooled children are every bit as successful as their peers sitting in classrooms everyday.
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Two decades after it was declared dead, vinyl is back. And as the sexy trend of records takes on among younger DJs, record prices are climbing.
ReWalk shares plunge on securities offering; Courts approves class action suit against Shemen, Gabi Ashkenazi; Tel Aviv shrugs off Wall Street gains to end.
The corporation, Kan (Hebrew for Here), finds itself in a political tussle as the prime minister seeks to head off its launch, apparently out of fear that it will operate independent of political interference.
Chinese companies reach deals with Insuline and Foresight; Teva, IBM expand health tech partnership; Tel Aviv shares follow world markets lower.
TASE hires a private eye but won’t say why | Pluristem rallies after Chinese investor take stake | Biomed stocks lead Tel Aviv higher.
The temptation to buy new clothes is in every store's display window. But the real price is not the one you pay. Is ethical fashion the next big thing?
Low interest rates lure Israelis to banks for financing, enabling them to buy a record 300,000 cars this year.
I believe Netanyahu when he says he favors competition, but when you see how he acts in the media sector, it is clear that his desire is to tame the media and control its agenda.
Weighed down with hundreds of millions of shekels in debt, Ortam Sahar asks Tel Aviv court for a stay of proceedings.