'The free education law will become meaningless,' one source said of the Education ministry's alleged plan
Or Kashti is the education analyst for Haaretz Newspaper.
The maximum a parent pays is supposed to be 1,000 shekels, but ‘exceptions’ are being granted for up to 3,000
Some complaints originated from posts on the teacher's Facebook page, while others appeared to have no basis whatsoever
Translators say narrative and widespread use of Jewish sources throughout the book do not resonate with Arab students
Over a third of the people in Nofit have petitioned to halt an expansion that would include a land swap and bring their Bedouin neighbors closer
'If anyone wants to swim with Arabs, let him take them home. Here there's no place for it,' says resident of Kochav Yair-Tzur Yigal, echoing local sentiment
The administration’s stated purpose is 'to restore Israel’s Jewish soul'
In what a rights group calls a historic decision, the government is moving to correct the system in which employers buy and sell work permits and pass the cost onto employees
Deputy mayor who holds education portfolio says city wants to limit 'missionary' activity, maintains, 'We will ensure the secularism of the city's schools'
Israel's Education Ministry recognizes criticisms voiced by Secular Forum, which found widespread use of religious sources without explanatory context