If anyone had thought that once he was released from prison, Rabbi Eliezer Berland would remain alone, unforgiven for the acts he had confessed to and bereft of followers, they were very wrong
High Court instructs ministry to explain why it should not change its methods of support for so-called 'centers for the deepening of Jewish education'
Following Haaretz query, TAU says registration form has been changed and candidates may opt not to provide details about their role in the IDF
The university says it noticed a clause on sex separation for a Chabad event too late to cancel, a mistake it pledges to avoid in the future
Meir Baruchin, fired for remarks about the IDF and ‘rot’ in Israel, stands by his methods of teaching high school students
Politicians and the courts have denied the next generation of ultra-Orthodox Israelis the basic right to an education
Firing of civics teacher because of his criticism of Israeli army operations raises questions on what teachers can and cannot discuss in the classroom
Lorch, a unique voice in Israeli academia, criticized rote learning and once referred to pedagogical methods in science education as 'a song of praise to violence'
In a democratic society, education has the job of providing a variety of viewpoints, including those that deviate from mainstream consensus
Dr. Meir Baruchin, who taught for 30 years and initiated meetings between Jewish and Arab students, was fired over opinions he expressed on his Facebook page
Rafi Peretz met with Lehava leader Benzi Gopstein, who was charged with incitement to racism and violence, as part of talks over running for Knesset with the Kahanist party Otzma Yehudit
Haifa University uses high-tech to decipher ancient historical, Biblical and literary manuscripts
Thousands come out to Tel Aviv's Rabin Square, despite Education Ministry's warnings to school principals to stay out of protest
Initiative comes after Rafi Peretz, who is head of the far-right Habayit Hayehudi party, said that a man and a woman are the definition of a 'normative family'
Rafi Peretz, an Orthodox rabbi, caused controversy with his homophobic remarks, which came a year after he spoke out in favor of conversion therapy
In lower grades, proportion of Israeli students going to secular state schools actually grew state since parents feel religious schools have become 'too extreme'
Of 34 performances that included female performers this holiday season in Israel, nearly half were directed at female-only audiences
The best, brightest young people are encouraged into tech and medicine
Sources say decision not preceded by any examination of center’s work in past several years ■ Decision slated to go into effect in middle of academic year
Education Ministry directive falls short of mentioning that Arabic has a special status, as stated by the nation-state law, which deemed Hebrew the country's sole official language
Most Haredi girls have the skills to enroll in a BA program, but the ultra-Orthodox education system dumbs down the testing level
Council for Higher Education approves new plan, which applies to undergraduate students on all levels of English proficiency
Political standstill brings about more budget cuts