The passage of the NGO Law that limits anti-occupation organizations is a glaring example of the way efforts to silence opposition to the occupation are undermining our entire democratic structure
Travel bosses allegedly agreed to divide the market of school trips between them; indictments were filed against five companies and eight individuals
Yirmiyahu Yovel was a prolific philosopher, an Israel Prize laureate and one of the founders of public TV in Israel
Health Ministry report finds cat feces in schoolyards, food past sell-by date being served to children and many other violations at Tel Aviv-area schools
'If we take all the Jews that came from North Africa, we have a substantial group' of Africans in Israel. What if there was a radio show to reflect that?
Some scholars say workbooks 'flatten the biblical text' and banning them will teach students how to analyze and understand biblical stories on a deeper level
Education Minister Bennett's effort to regiment Israel’s higher education system through disciplinary rules against voicing anti-government views is fundamentally unacceptable
Effectively, the Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya just became the first private university in Israel. This glass ceiling wasn’t easily broken.
As long as IDC was a college, it was possible to bear the hollow elitism of those who study there and those who run it. But now that it’s become a university, there’s no longer any need to pretend it’s about solidarity and equality
Top panel is under fire for giving Herzliya’s Interdisciplinary Center the green light. Both IDC and Ariel University, which was also recently expanded, are backed by casino magnate Sheldon Adelson