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Piron is taking a novel approach to his new role, and will spend a few days a week living in student dorms so as to be part of the urban community.
Piron will be departing parliament in favor of "a senior educational position," the secularist party said.
"Teaching Nakba is a fundamental mistake,” Sa’ar says.
Haredim represent 18.5 percent of the total number of Israeli children in the national school system.
By JEREMY SHARON
Gideon Sa'ar took issue with Education Minister Shai Piron's decision to do away with the Meitzav standardized exams.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Pe'er secures her return to the world’s top 100 and will play in the US Open qualifiers later this month.
By ALLON SINAI
Among the gifts he received was a bipartisan vote in the US Congress to award him the Congressional Gold Medal.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Kol Hadassa offers a breath of fresh air for girls who don’t fit into mainstream schools.
By ATARA BECK
With their final report cards, students across the country received museum passes, show tickets and more.
By DANIELLE ZIRI
Shai Piron's outbreak of uncontrollable laughter during midnight speech in plenum showed a very human, identifiable side of a public figure.
By JUDY MONTAGU
Netanyahu and five ministers to hold talks with Polish counterparts.
By HERB KEINON
Education Minister Shai Piron laughs so hard he can't give midnight speech in plenum.
PM says education, from preschool to higher education and beyond must be improved and made more efficient.
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