The dispute over school admissions has turned into a political battle between the Sephardi ultra-Orthodox party Shas and the Ashkenazi United Torah Judaism.
Instead of high-tech and software, soon enough we'll export rulings on issues of Jewish religious law. Iran has already expressed an interest.
The Education Ministry plans to hire and train counselors to help students choose a suitable spouse and even establish databases of potential mates.
Israel must export spiritual knowledge to the world in addition to its innovations, says Naftali Bennett.
A boy in Australia's Northern Territory was given a 'best dressed' award for his Nazi costume while visiting Jewish students were present at assembly.
Tests show Israeli children are among the dumbest in the developed world, yet when they grow up they found startups and win Nobel Prizes. They do it despite their education?
Education Ministry investigating, but school principal says report 'is really really not true.'
With school year about to begin, more Israelis say they're dissatisfied with education.
Narrow, judgmental perspectives continue to drive Jewish youth away from practicing. It’s time to realize that Orthodox Judaism can be simultaneously religious and inclusive.
Former Israeli minister Yossi Beilin tells Haaretz he's not opposed to gist of the plan, but to any involvement of 'extremist' groups.