Sa'ar: CHE-JS didn't surrender to pressure over Ariel

July 17, 2012 22:54


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Education Minister Gideon Saar on Tuesday welcomed the decision to make Ariel University Center a university, saying that the CHE-JS decided not to surrender to a campaign of pressure and intimidation.

The council arrived at the right decision, Saar said, making that choice based on a professional report compiled by an academic review committee.

"The decision is important news for AUC and serves the best interests of Israel's entire education system," he added.

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