With a $140.6 million budget shortfall, some 350 new classes to accommodate special-needs children will not be opened, in addition to cuts on the number of assistants, therapists and teaching hours
Rafi Peretz and Bezalel Smotrich will be guests of honor as Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh, seen by many as a spiritual figure for violent settler extremists, receives prize
The children are supposed to be integrated into regular schools, but the budgeting isn’t sufficient and psychologists’ workloads are rising
With Settlements Strong on Israeli Agenda, Haredi Nationalists Pick Up the Fight for 'Family Values'
With religious teens exposed to LGBTQ issues at an earlier age, an Orthodox feminist revolution and Education Ministry incentives, ultra-Orthodox nationalists feel that they are losing political reins
Faced by growing criticism, Rafi Peretz called purported conversion therapy ‘inappropriate,’ but added: ‘Individuals with a homosexual orientation have the right to receive professional help’
Background checks need to be done on around 100,000 staffers working at both public and private day cares, and that is unlikely to happen by September.
Told to punish and even endanger themselves when they had 'improper' thoughts, after the firestorm ignited by the education minister, religious homosexuals tell Haaretz about their trauma
American Jewish organization blast remarks by Rafi Peretz as 'inconceivable,' 'irresponsible and disrespectful'
All children residing in Israel have a right to education, regardless of their legal status, Education Ministry stated in 2000
Decision comes after reports that a day care owner was charged with 18 counts of abusing children. The move will not apply to private day cares counting for about 380,000 babies and toddlers
'This is a system flaw that will negatively impact the children of Israel,' Tel Aviv municipality’s director-general says
Integrating religious and secular Jewish children is attractive for parents who seek unity, but as students get older, 'their own identity' gets in the way
A municipality official at a Tel Aviv suburb fired after prohibiting a girl from performing as many Orthodox Jews believe religious law prohibits men from listening to women sing
Study also finds three times as many instances of theft and vandalism at Israeli middle schools as per the OECD average
Almost all annual 'role model' chosen by National Religious Education Administration are men, with the exception of male rabbis' wives
Director says all-male group shows 'distressing' lack of female representation in senior academic faculty
The level of investment in school activities is directly related to the student's scholastic outcome
Neta Hadid was buried in a religious ceremony with rabbis taking part, while in eulogies she was addressed as both a man and a woman
University folds after Israeli lawmakers approach administration following students' complaints that they were directed to pray at off-campus dorms
Higher education council also wants to test student teachers’ social, emotional skills
Pioneering principal and educators found a way to make up for a missed kindergarten education — and empowered parents and girls along the way
The university changed its mind after the Association for Civil Rights in Israel appealed the decision, arguing that since the university is not funding the Nakba commemoration event, the 2011 Nakba Law does not apply
Tel Aviv University says holding lecture by Hadash lawmaker Ofer Cassif is 'not possible,' invoking so-called Nakba Law which allows state to limit funds to institutions treating Independence Day as day of mourning
Students say permanent prayer room outside month of Ramadan is about 15-minute walk in each direction, meaning they need to set aside 45 minutes each time they wish to pray
Im Tirtzu publishes contact information of some 80 faculty members which it claims expressed 'anti-Israeli' opinions or refused to serve in the military ■ Council of Presidents of Israeli Universities condemns 'intimidation'
Outgoing education minister, whose party didn't make it into new Knesset, gave a final speech at official event marking the end of Independence Day celebrations
Children suffering from long-term PTSD are failing to recover as trauma of Gaza rockets keeps repeating itself
The Education Ministry published regulations for basic accessibility years ago, but local governments say the time frame was unrealistic and the allocated funding was not enough
'The impressive figures testify to the great success of the revolution in making higher education accessible in Arab society,' says a chairwoman from Council for Higher Education
Prof. Asher Cohen says intelligence officers in training will live off-campus, denies Haaretz reports that students will carry weapons