'One must be very cautious about giving academic credit for social-service work,' A Tel Aviv University source said
Education minister demands the woman, who regularly attends protests against police brutality and racial profiling, be called in for clarifications
Parents face off with municipality as it attempts to deal with population growth with massive school construction
Jerusalem's Hebrew U to Give Students Credit for Volunteering With Right-wing Group That Blacklists Academics
Im-Tirzu targets left-leaning politicians, public figures and academics as subversives
Prof. Vered Noam is awarded for 'her contribution to the scientific community and for making rabbinic and Talmudic literature accessible to all students in Israel'
Reform would reduce vacation days for students, resulting in less economic damage for days on which children are off but parents aren't
Following Haaretz query, TAU says registration form has been changed and candidates may opt not to provide details about their role in the IDF
Zamir’s fields of research deal with improving plants and developing innovative tools for genetic cultivation
Firing of civics teacher because of his criticism of Israeli army operations raises questions on what teachers can and cannot discuss in the classroom
23,178 Israeli students dropped out during the 2017-2018 school year
Thousands come out to Tel Aviv's Rabin Square, despite Education Ministry's warnings to school principals to stay out of protest
'Violence is felt on a daily basis. It's impossible to shut your eyes and ignore it,' says school principal, part of a growing movement of educators offering goals and dreams to replace fear and oppression
Initiative comes after Rafi Peretz, who is head of the far-right Habayit Hayehudi party, said that a man and a woman are the definition of a 'normative family'
Rafi Peretz, an Orthodox rabbi, caused controversy with his homophobic remarks, which came a year after he spoke out in favor of conversion therapy
Al-Kasom Regional Council calls a strike for the schools under its jurisdiction, claiming the Education Ministry hasn't properly assessed the budget required for unrecognized Bedouin villages in the Negev
For generations the Talmud was kept out of reach of women, but the seeds of a revolution in women’s Torah study that started in the 1970s continues
In lower grades, proportion of Israeli students going to secular state schools actually grew state since parents feel religious schools have become 'too extreme'
Of 34 performances that included female performers this holiday season in Israel, nearly half were directed at female-only audiences
Majority of Arab Israeli Youth Think Minority Rights Are Important. Their Jewish Counterparts Disagree, Poll Shows
Findings are part of broad German-Israeli survey that compared results on varying issues among young Israeli people and other youth across the Middle East
Education Ministry directive falls short of mentioning that Arabic has a special status, as stated by the nation-state law, which deemed Hebrew the country's sole official language
Council for Higher Education approves new plan, which applies to undergraduate students on all levels of English proficiency
Former official says religious schools have less general studies, waste resources due to gender segregation, and emphasize teachers' values over professionalism
'Mixed' couples, where one of them either left religion or became newly pious, share the challenges they face at home and in the community: 'In Israel everyone tries to put you into a box, in the U.S. you’re a Jew and that’s it'
Educators and officials cite classes in prefabs, poorly trained teachers, neglect as reasons why Israeli Arab students trailed Jewish counterparts
Students' performance on latest PISA exam fell in all three subjects tested – reading, math and science – with Jewish, wealthier students scoring much higher than Arab, poorer ones
The events are part of the so-called Shabbat Project, which claims to encourage Jews from all walks of life in Israel and abroad to 'keep one full Shabbat' this weekend
“We are concerned for the safety of our children and we don’t take chances,” said education minister
'Israeli Assembly' event draws youth movements for fourth time to address hot-button social issues, as adult groups remember and discuss the 1995 assassination
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
While many schools and synagogues are no longer using throwaway dishes, the army is dragging its feet. Ministry plan to reduce use of plastics has been stymied by a nonfunctional government