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Nine schools were determined to be outside the scope of the probe for various reasons, including one that turned out to be a butcher shop.
The board also voted on Friday to remove certain historical figures from the teaching syllabus, such as former first lady and secretary of state Hillary Clinton.
“Our continued support will come with a continued strong challenge to the Palestinian Authority on education-sector incitement.”
Palestinian education officials and school students attempted to resist the closure decision, but were confronted by the IDF, who threw tear gas bombs at them.
“It’s time Israel give greater support to colleges and open the closed club of universities.”
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Israel Anthropological Association urges European counterparts to back decision for non-cooperation with Ariel University and other institutions of higher education across the Green Line.
By JEREMY SHARON
Sapir College program enabled those pursuing bachelor’s degree to study in the southern town of Yerusham.
Finding a babysitter willing to handle a special needs child was daunting, but Avner realized she wasn’t alone.
By RACHEL BERNSTEIN
The State of Israel contains 2.51 million households. 52,809 couples got married throughout this year, while 14,819 separated.
By TAMAR BEERI
Educating students on Darwin’s theory of evolution—especially with regard to
mankind’s common origins—can be tricky in Israel, teachers say.
By MAYA MARGIT/THE MEDIA LINE
Opposition leader Tzipi Livni made a point of speaking a Druze school in Daliat Al-Carmel, protesting the coalition's passage of the Jewish Nation-State Law.
By GIL HOFFMAN
More than 2.3 million students, alongside nearly 200,000 members of teaching staff, will end their two-month summer break.
By EYTAN HALON
With educational options expanding, young women from diverse backgrounds discover they have more choices than ever.
By HANNAH WACHOLDER KATSMAN
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