Israeli university heads will pay a high price for staying silent as academic institutions in the settlements are annexed to Israel
Or Kashti is the education analyst for Haaretz Newspaper.
A local Israeli committee responds to the urging of a district court allow the anti-occupation NGO of Israeli soldiers to give lectures
High Court petition claims the current ban on mixed swimming at Kiryat Arba’s pool constitutes extreme religious coercion
The judge not only rejected the state’s position but also suggested that other segregated frameworks are discriminatory
Education minister Meir Porush 'is liable to be interpreted as a conflict of interests and as such to damage public trust'
Modi'in Ilit's 'modesty protocol' also states that men and women can't joke, eat together
The Haredi Agudath Israel party forbids women from becoming members, but this week a group of activist groups is hoping the High Court will force it to accept female candidates
Observant Israelis all over the country are being forced to adopt more stringent rules, including gender separation
Fourth-grade students were placed 29th out of 50 countries in reading test, below Slovakia and Kazakhstan, compared to 18th in 2011
'Over the last two or three years, demands for women's exclusion are on the rise again, even in communities that aren't ultra-Orthodox'
School trips are advancing a political agenda. Its time to keep the kids at home
Cohousing Israel offers a model for elderly people who manage their lives together without giving up personal autonomy: 'Growing old with friends seems the best alternative to us'
Bank Hapoalim is demanding Rabbis for Human Rights to present a form allowing donors to receive a tax refund, even though the donor is foreign
Interior Minister Dery to let municipalities hold sex-segregated public events, even though Justice Ministry had accepted committee's recommendations to the contrary
High-school exam will ask students to give their opinion on a controversial public issue and defend it — a question that will be mandatory this year, for the first time
Merhavia organization was active in 26 such sites in Givatayam in 2016, but that figure has dropped by more than half this year
The group teaches girls 'that they must be homemakers because it's a commandment from God,' the Forum for Secular Education says
Kochav Ya'ir-Tzur Yigal must give 10 percent of slots to nonresidents, but previous club members among them – all Jews – will get preference
'The free education law will become meaningless,' one source said of the Education ministry's alleged plan
The maximum a parent pays is supposed to be 1,000 shekels, but exceptions are being granted for up to 3,000