'No legal validity' to mayor's pledge to keep non-Circassian couple from living in northern town to preserve its 'Circassian character'
Or Kashti is the education analyst for Haaretz Newspaper.
Following a complaint, deputy attorney general says segregation at event for religious and ultra-Orthodox people was improper ■ Organizers say attendees insisted on it
The LGBT community as well as teachers, students and parents are planning a protest in Tel Aviv to demand Rafi Peretz's resignation ■ Right-wing lawmakers blast minister, who says he never endorsed the method
'They only ride when men and women are separated,' driver of bus 402 from Jerusalem to Bnei Brak allegedly said
Israel Religious Action Center filed another High Court petition over what it alleged was 'intolerable foot-dragging' that conveys 'a lax message from the authorities when it comes to racist incitement'
The Masar Institute for Education in Nazareth has denounced a required online course for delegations abroad; questions include 'What is demonization?'
'There are teachers who are afraid to tell their pupils that democracy is based on the sovereignty of man and not on the Bible' says Ron Huldai of religious coercion in public schools
Despite International Agreements, Report Raps Worsening Conditions for Foreign Workers on Israeli Farms
Thai, Chinese workers testify to working over 10 hours a day, seven days a week, with hardly any rights and inhumane living conditions
Goal is to guide schools toward democratic, humanistic and liberal values and defend from religious and ultra-nationalist-driven interference by the Education Ministry
Attorney general overrules 2017 ruling that allowed segregated refresher courses after woman files lawsuit over difficulties registering for defensive driving classes
‘Our students are being tested not only in geography but in Hebrew reading comprehension,’ says court petition
After leading Jaffa high school to excellence, Jalal Toche will be the first Arab principal of Bialik-Rogozin school, which serves almost half of foreign students in Tel Aviv
An Arab lawmaker demanded Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit invalidate the Afula City Council's declaration of allegiance: 'There are no words for the severity of the racist oath'
Organizers seek to protect nonreligious schools from what they say is government's efforts to impose Orthodox Judaism and ultra-nationalism on students
Egged bus company responded to complaints by saying bus line is mainly used by religious passengers and driver used 'poor judgment'
New plan ushers in separate graduate programs and dramatic reduction in oversight by Council for Higher Education on programs for ultra-Orthodox students
This is the second case in which Ariel University contacted people involved in approving its faculty of medicine for potential positions in the institution
Head of the local council for the affluent town called on the public to donate money to pay the private company behind the project to cancel it
Former senior officials of the Labor, Social Affairs and Social Services Ministry decried capitulation to the campaign to keep the rehabilitation facility out of affluent Zichron Yaakov
The ruling was on an appeal against the city’s decision this year to send a few dozen Eritrean children to a separate preschool near the city’s marketplace
Opponents cite alleged flaws in the approval process for the school at Ariel University
Israel allocated 15.4 million shekels ($4.2 million) for gender-segregated events in the past three years, for cultural as well as religious activities
'The good of the state triumphed over the petty politics of the university cartel,' education minister says
It would not be unreasonable for the Council for Higher Education in Israel to make a decision that contradicts the territories council, which operates under orders from the army’s Central Command commander
The revote came after Haaretz reported that one council member was vying for a professorship at the West Bank institution, Ariel University, when she voted to set up the medical school
Move due to conflict of interest of member of Council for Higher Education, who has been banned from new debate this week
He’s proud of reducing classroom sizes, but he’ll also be remembered as the education minister who attacked academia and put Jewish identity before democratic values
Municipality’s practice prevented ultra-Orthodox students of Middle Eastern descent from transferring to predominantly Ashkenazi schools
Justices criticized the Council for Higher Education for turning a blind eye to segregation not confined to classrooms ■ 'You want to create demand for segregation,' director of ultra-Orthodox campuses told
Forthcoming state comptroller's report criticizes higher-ed council's lack of vital data, inadequate oversight and disproportional funding for college programs for ultra-Orthodox