It's time Israelis learned to speak English fluently

A revolutionary idea has Israeli Talmud teachers (Rosh Mesivtas) training to teach English in yeshiva high schools, as "Significant others" who can turn studying English in yeshiva high schools into something relevant. And that's for starters.Prof. Yuval Sinai, 11/15/2017, 5:30 PM

School starts in Israel tomorrow, but who teaches the teachers?

Profile of the president of an 'ivy league' institution, Orot Teachers College, one of the people who shapes religious education in IsraelOfra Lax, 'Besheva', 8/31/2017, 5:43 PM

'It's a good thing your Anglo parents made you speak English'

Acute lack of male religious English teachers for Israeli yeshiva high schools. Moreshet Ya'akov came up with the solution.Rochel Sylvetsky, 8/4/2017, 10:05 AM

'In our generation women are obligated to study Torah'

Rabbi Yaakov Ariel, Rabbi of Ramat Gan, says that women can suffer spiritual degeneration if they do not study Torah regularly.Yoel Domb, 3/27/2017, 4:58 PM

Is covering one's hair after marriage open to debate?

An Israeli religious Zionist magazine presented as a valid phenomenon the views of married women who decided to stop covering their hair after years of doing so. A response.Rabbanit Dr. Leah Visel, 1/5/2016, 11:41 AM

What is the Status of the Israeli Flag?

New book explores the history of the Israeli flag - as well as the opinions of esteemed Rabbis, including R' Moshe Feinstein and Rav Kook.Shimon Cohen and Tova Dvorin, 5/6/2014, 2:42 AM

Eye on Education: Commissions of Inquiry

Educational insights from the Orot Teacher's College in Elkana.Rabbi Yonah Goodman, 8/14/2013, 11:13 AM

Orot Teacher's College: Where are the Candles?

We must remind our students that Hanukkah isn't just an event that happened in the past, but a time to give thanks to God for the miracles - such as His hand over the Iron Dome - that take place today, in our time.Rabbi David Dudkevitz, 12/5/2012, 1:32 AM

Poll: Israelis Optimistic Despite Security, Economic Threats

Poll conducted by the Orot Israel College finds that 54% of Israelis believe that wars lead to national growth.Elad Benari, 5/4/2012, 4:15 AM