'One must be very cautious about giving academic credit for social-service work,' A Tel Aviv University source said
Or Kashti is the education analyst for Haaretz Newspaper.
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'
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
Raise a Flag, Don't Forget to Cry: The Cynical Industry Behind Israeli Teens' Trips to Nazi Death Camps
Israeli high-schoolers’ trips to Nazi death camps in Poland are based on three things: Unequivocal messages, structured situations and manipulation, a new book describes
Meir Baruchin, fired for remarks about the IDF and ‘rot’ in Israel, stands by his methods of teaching high school students
Next session supposed to have equal number of men and women studying in two separate courses
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
Thousands come out to Tel Aviv's Rabin Square, despite Education Ministry's warnings to school principals to stay out of protest
Economic adviser seeks to free employers of obligation to pay into pension funds and allow them to pay less than minimum wage ■ Plan contradicts current laws and treaties, sources say
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
The mechanism the state had decided on 'raises questions,' Supreme Court President Esther Hayut says
Meeting with bereaved families meant to open dialogue about coexistence cancelled after politicians and parents complain of children being exposed to 'terrorists'
Three women told by a realtor detecting their accent that an apartment was already spoken for, but he later agreed to show the same flat to Jews
The initiative, led by four female local council members, was approved unanimously hoping move will help discourage exclusion of women from city-sponsored events
Israeli students' poor scores in the international PISA test are a wake-up call. But all the wake-up calls won't change a system encumbered by obsolete pedagogical models and sectarianism
According to the Education Ministry, 'Jewish-Israeli culture' is taught in a pluralistic and sometimes critical fashion – But countless examples prove otherwise
The state recently decided to give the money to Israeli employers, although critics point out that there is no transparency in the way it's calculated
Schools that do address the tragedy tend to focus more on rifts in Israeli society and less on the assassination or the political atmosphere that led to it
There are four Arabic-speaking preschools in Nof Haglil, but nowhere for children to go afterward. Frustrated by false promises, these families are taking the case to the Supreme Court
Meanwhile, the concept of a multicultural state, which appears in the curriculum, will not be studied for the next two years
Attorney general made segregation at cultural events funded by taxpayers' money legally acceptable, but Beit Shemesh goes even further, keeping ultra-Orthodox women in separate halls
The Haredi Knesset members 'know how much I try to apply their policies and those of the government in every issue,' Mendelblit was quoted as saying by an ultra-orthodox newspaper
Education Ministry official ordered national-religious elementary schools to return book referencing travel on Sabbath, aimed at teaching first graders decision-making
The book, a gift sent to incoming first graders aimed at teaching decision-making and democracy, 'causes concrete offense' for mentioning the choice to travel on the Jewish Sabbath, Education Ministry says
In wake of heated debate in Israel, Avichai Mendelblit argues that there is 'no legal impediment' for cities 'to separate men and women if they so choose'
Women's, civil society groups urge Avichai Mendelblit to hold a public hearing before he holds debate on extending sex segregation at publicly-funded events