Children who have had recurrent hospitalizations due to complex illnesses will not be allowed to return to school without first
Holocaust educators are being forced to confront a fraught question: What will happen to the teaching of the Holocaust when the firsthand witnesses are gone?
Around 50% of the total protests came from those in secondary schools, the rest come from the second half of pre-primary, elementary and special education students.
Initiative geared toward children and students, but anyone is invited to take part.
"We are leading a series of significant reforms, but the system faces major and important challenges, which require closing budgetary gaps."
‘Our students understand how things work and they can create anything. We don’t tell them what to do. We tell them how to do.’
The threat of strike action follows the July expiration of a previous agreement concerning increased teacher wages between the government and Israel Teachers' Union, called "New Horizon."
In the past five years there has been a 22% increase of calls to the ministry as well.
Shula Recanati was raised by her Holocaust-survivor parents in Tel Aviv. She grew up imbued with the values of humanism and caring for those in need.