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Despite the rightful uproar caused by Peretz’s remarks regarding the LGBT community – which he later retracted – another one of his statements seemed to go under the radar.
Knowledge already exists in the field. We must demand that any future government studies the issue of early childhood education in depth, creates a plan and works to implement it.
The social scene at blood school is a lot like any other school
One of Smotrich’s most significant functions will possibly happen not at the Transportation Ministry at all, but in the security cabinet.
By JEREMY SHARON
Policy report suggests Arab society is excluded from the Jewish Israeli.
By SHAKED KARABELNICOFF
“By the time we got to this project, I was able to write my own code and figure out a lot of things on my own."
By LORI SILBERMAN BRAUNER/JTA
“The New Campus,” the flagship program of the CHE’s six-year plan, is designed to address and adapt to these changes in the world of higher education.
By ALAN ROSENBAUM
A study encompassing more than 5,000 schoolchildren found that they were better able to behave and focus when they were well fed.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
A talk with Daniel Zajfman, who is concluding 12 years at the helm of the Weizmann Institute.
Its youngest-ever president, he has elevated both its budget and prestige to new heights.
By BEN CASPIT
The American Hebrew Academy, a Jewish pluralistic boarding school in Greensboro, North Carolina, has closed effective immediately due to financial issues.
By MARCY OSTER/JTA
New bite-sized videos aimed at young people about Israel and Judaism.
Building an educational career in Haifa at Gordon College of Education.
The German-Israel Society of Aachen issued a statement on its Facebook page: "We don't understand the behavior of the representative of our co-organizer, the Aachen Adult Education Center."
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
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