'Grade inflation' directly correlated to increasing percentage of students earning matriculation certificates, Central Bureau of Statistics study shows.
The Attorney General's decision to ban deportation of Eritrean migrants does not apply to nationals from north Sudan, says Deputy Attorney General Dina Silber.
Finance Minister Yair Lapid reverses previous treasury decision not to provide additional funding to reinstate nursing hours for survivors.
PM: Iran Seeks to Destroy Israel There Will Never Be Another Holocaust, Netanyahu Vows at Yad Vashem
Rocket fired from Gaza explodes in open area in Israel's south during Holocaust Remembrance Day ceremony.
Teachers in Arab high schools had complained of poor and delayed translations into Arabic, and Jewish bias in study materials.
Eyal Levy was fired for complaints about his poor performance that were never confirmed. During the legal proceedings, it emerged that some ministry inspectors provide false or misleading information on evaluations if they have an interest in seeing that teacher removed from their district.
Days Before Holocaust Remembrance Day 92% of Israeli Holocaust Survivors Say Country Doesn't Allocate Enough Funds for Them
More than a fifth of the 500 survivors questioned say their treatment by government officials has worsened, survey finds.
Another suspect involved in the rape, an employee of the institution, was suspended only after Haaretz made inquiries into the matter.
For the first time, teachers will be trained to handle classes with both religious and secular kids. The movement started in small communities, but is now coming to big cities too.
Education Ministry vows to replace old form which illegally requires applicants to list their nationality and their parents' countries of origin.
Forty percent rise noted in elementary schools; children from higher-income families more likely to be in separate classes, study finds.
Education Ministry says won't continue approving selective admissions process in Haifa-area town that violates its own ban.
Ruling could have far-reaching consequences for thousands of foreign workers employed here.
Supreme Court president issues conditional order that requires the state to explain why the Law for the Prevention of Infiltration shouldn't be repealed; legislation allows the state to incarcerate migrants – without differentiating between asylum seekers, refugees and illegal immigrants – for three years or longer.
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees concerned law will 'wrongly stigmatize and penalize' those seeking protection as refugees; parts of law violate 'international human rights'
This is the first time that a system-wide policy has been developed for elementary grades since the state religious school system was set up in 1953.
Lasova, the nonprofit group that manages the city's homeless shelters, said the shelter bases its policy on the belief that it's unfair to expose addicts to HIV infection.
Students' experiments with spirulina algae – a new 'super food' that's 70 percent protein – could gain recognition on an international scale.
Pupils at the Herzliya Hebrew Gymnasium are trying to perfect a way to grow Spirulina, an algae that’s been dubbed the “superfood” because it contains 70% protein.
A state-appointed task force on refugees and asylum-seekers points the finger at human rights organizations and calls for detaining individuals who are eligible for protection if they have not formally applied for asylum.
Interior minister confirms that Israel has been repatriating migrants who were held in detention centers, says 'I hope this will continue'; AG Weinstein ruled Monday, however, that no Eritreans in Israeli custody could be deported to '
Following Haaretz Report Attorney General Orders a Halt to Israel's Deportation of Eritrean Migrants
Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein acts following report in Haaretz about an Eritrean migrant whose 'voluntary departure' went awry.
The cabinet's postponement of recommendations made by interministerial committee dampens expectations raised by Netanyahu's pre-election commitments.
Rally held in reaction to Israel's secret repatriation of 1,000 Sudanese asylum seekers.
Depo-Provera Affair Israeli Minister Appointing Team to Probe Ethiopian Birth Control Shot Controversy
Committee, led by Deputy Health Minister Yaakov Litzman, to check evidence that Ethiopian women were given Depo-Provera shots to prevent pregnancy - often against their will and without being informed of potential side effects.
In Wake of Haaretz Report UN Demands Israeli Explanation Over Secret Deportation of Sudanese Migrants
Israeli human rights activists and politicians blast deportation as immoral and in violation of basic obligations under international law; Netanyahu, Eli Yishai have yet to respond.
Though Israel claims the people's return was voluntary, this claim was rejected by UNHCR, which says there is no 'free will from inside a prison.'
In exclusive interview, UNHCR head William Tall tells Haaretz: 'It is explicitly not voluntary return.'
Israeli tourists were stunned when a young boy dressed as a Buddhist monk addressed them in Hebrew; state now searching for ways to intervene.
Court debates Reform movement’s petition to revoke budget of schools that do not administer the Mitzav achievement tests; Education Ministry has 100 days to come up with a plan to give the standardized exams in ultra-Orthodox schools.