Coronavirus forces asylum seekers into 'genuine hunger,' survey concludes, as expert describes a 'severe humanitarian crisis' in south Tel Aviv
Or Kashti is the education analyst for Haaretz Newspaper.
Legislation requiring local governments to make their services accessible to people with disabilities was passed 16 years ago, but enforcement has been lacking. The proposed amendment hopes to change that
Keshet is receiving the prestigious award for his 'pioneering contribution' to the understandings of excess and low oxygen on blood vessel growth, which has 'far-reaching effects on the development of many diseases'
The middle grades have been learning through Zoom for much longer than other grades, spending less than a month in school since September
The Hebrew University center study surveyed 1,100 teens aged 16-18 representing Israel’s different “tribes” – secular, religious Zionist, Haredi and Arab.
Amid complaints of conflicting authorities and short notice, first to fourth grade students will return in first wave of reopening, but in areas with low rates of coronavirus infection only
Disregarding mounting criticism of the custom, even from within the community, Housing Ministry issues guide for planners enjoining them to limit spaces where sexes could meet unsupervised
Threatening disciplinary action against Haifa school that hosted B'Tselem's director, Gallant is the latest of several education ministers who betrayed their duty and sought to restrict thought through censorship and reprimands
A 2017 petition accused the town of implementing a policy that effectively barred Arabs from nearby towns from the country club's pool
A first-of-its-kind Education Ministry survey, spurred by the pandemic, found that high school math, English and language teachers have yet to cover material for next month’s matriculation exams
The group's members say in a letter their stance comes from 'taking responsibility for our actions and their implications,' and accuse the education system of ignoring the Palestinian narrative
The school is the only one in Israel that lacks a regular water supply, and the students wait every day for tankers to show up – which they often don’t, or come half empty
Deputy Attorney General Dina Zilber takes a stand in response to Nature and Parks Authority ‘pilot project’ at Dead Sea
In 2019, a bus driver refused Dr. Bar-On permission to board a bus while letting men waiting behind her alight ■ Egged has been dealt several accusations, lawsuits for violating the rights of female passengers
Despite victories against sex trafficking, workers are suffering in farming, construction and caregiving, but the police and other agencies have come up short in both identification and enforcement
Mixed-gender religious school classes tend to be located in relatively well-off communities, but have a high percentage of children from poorer families, study finds
Government releases study that links low academic achievement to parents' divorce without establishing a causal relationship between the two
A coalition of rights groups submitted an alternative report to the UN Committee on the Rights of Persons after dismissing the government's version as 'very partial and lacking'
The Health Ministry has received a raft of complaints that the country’s health maintenance organizations exclude women from publicity material aimed at ultra-Orthodox Jews
While most students are present for online classes, the proportion of students actively participating is lower and drops further with age
All told 151,000 mainly middle-class families have been hurt economically by the COVID-19 pandemic, a report from Israel's National Security Institute states
Justices said there were no grounds for the court to intervene in schools' policy on pant length, but one of them warned against discriminatory enforcement
Israel has no history of homeschooling, but COVID-19 is pushing parents to reconsider
Avichai Mendelblit lays out criteria for preserving insular nature of small towns, but decision does little to ease rights organization's concerns
'You were in the world's shortest shorts,' driver told teenager at religious West Bank settlement in 2018 ■ Jude rules this amounted to discrimination and sexual harassment
Government plan intended to 'Judaize the area,' and not 'provide solutions for the distress of the people' living in the Wadi Ara area, two Arab advocacy groups say
Pandemic czar says cabinet seeks 'to bring children back to school as safely as possible,' while ultra-Orthodox school continue to operate unimpeded while flouting coronavirus restrictions
'The disillusionment is rapid – at best it doesn’t work, at worst it’s almost a pedagogical and social disaster,' education official says ■ Pupils, teachers, parents and principals tell Haaretz all about it
At the senate hearing prior to vote, members discovered that Prof. Mark Shtaif was nominated by a slim, all-male majority by search committee, while committee's women preferred female candidate said to be more qualified
Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs and Social Services study shows Haredim also willing to have lecturers of either gender and see little importance in gender segregation on university campuses