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Shimoni insisted that the Education Ministry’s plan is to move at a moderate pace, “not by force but with smarts, with a great deal of caring and sensitivity, but also with determination, never give up the goal.”
Hazan's bill has a good chance of becoming a law.
According to AMCHA, UC has experienced many incidents of anti-Jewish discrimination this past academic year.
The Jerusalem municipality joined the city's parents group in calling a school strike over inadequate security funding.
Yeshiva University President Richard Joel announces his retirement in 2018; earlier if a successor can be found.
Halacha Education Center introduces new program for over 1,300 students.
Bennett says the move will help narrow the social gap between Arabs and Jews.
Two of the three arsonists who torched an integrated Jewish-Arab school in Jerusalem were fined and sentenced to prison.
The California State Assembly on Monday passed a resolution urging action on the increasingly rampant anti-Semitism on University of California (UC) campuses. The resolution urges...
Vile antisemitism in a school district 90 miles from NYC led to a multi-million dollar settlement.
Established in 2004, with 300 students, MJI today boasts more than 2,000 students, the vast majority of whom participate in the school’s distance learning program, many of them overseas.
A new cyber defense program has opened for the first time at an Israeli pre-army yeshiva.
The Shin Bet arrested six Negev Bedouin as budding members of a new ISIS terror cell.
Two UK teen boys are accused of stealing Holocaust artifacts at Auschwitz.
China seems intent on trying to stamp out Islam in Xinjiang with a ban on Ramadan fasting.
Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg has donated the foundation carrying his name is donating $100 million towards a $2 billion the Cornell Tech campus on...
A huge white swastika is spread on the football field at a San Francisco high school after graduation ceremonies.
The left-wing party's problem is that the ministry spent more money to promote Judaism than democracy.
Yishai is joined in-studio by Momo Lifshitz, the CEO of Lirom Global Education and former director of Oranim Educational Initiatives, the #1 provider of Birthright Israel participants. He shares his dream to bring Jewish and non-Jewish students to study in Israel and get a college degree at a great price, while falling in love with -- and in -- the country. Then, Yishai is joined in-studio by Rabbi Avichai Rontzki, former IDF chief rabbi (2006-2010), with the rank of Brigadier General. During his post, Rontzki carried out a mini-revolution in the command, expanding his mandate to allow for a much more active role of rabbis in the army, and creating the "Jewish Awareness Department," which conducts educational activities in combat units.
UK schools that are found to be ‘indoctrinating pupils about gay people’ will face closing under new rules designed to promote ‘British values,’ the British Government confirmed Monday.