Adelsons Donate $50 Million to Jewish EducationBillionaire casino mogul Sheldon Adelson and his wife, Miriam, have donated $50 million to Jewish private schools in Las Vegas.
Israel Rejects 'Profoundly Unobjective' ReportIsrael’s Education Ministry rejects findings of a study that determined that Arab texts rarely demonize Israel or incite hatred against Jews
British Schools to Nix Hebrew as Foreign LanguageThe British government is planning to exclude Hebrew from its list of officially recognized languages for primary schools.
Holocaust to Become Part of Australian CurriculumHolocaust education will become part of the national compulsory educational curriculum in schools across Australia.
Only Jewish School in New Zealand Capital ClosesThe only Jewish day school in New Zealand’s capital city of Wellington has closed after over 25 years of serving the community.
'Jerusalem of North' Tells of Pre-WWII Jewish LifeLithuania launched a new campaign for European students that reveals the country's once rich Jewish culture, as well as its tragic end.
Public School Indoctrinates with Anti-Israel RapA public school teacher in Australia has been disciplined after playing an overtly anti-Israel song to her students.
New Course Teaches Profession of a Community RabbiThe Barkai Center for Practical Rabbinics was founded to give rabbis tools to effectively lead communities and congregations.
Naale Turns Jewish Children into Israeli AdultsNaale enables young Jews to study at an exclusive, top quality academy while learning to be independent, self-sufficient and resilient.
School Textbook Confusing Judaism, Islam WithdrawnA religious studies textbook is so littered with errors confusing Judaism and Islam that it has produced a leaflet of corrections.
Intel CEO Launches Israel Education ProjectIntel Corp. CEO arrived in Israel to launch the company's $5 million investment in Israeli high schools over the next four years.
Suspects Arrested in Shooting of Malala YousufzaiThe main suspect in the shooting of Malala Yousufzai, the teenage activist who spoke out against the Taliban, has been arrested.
Saudi-Funded UN Agency Seeks to Edit TextbooksThe UN agency that promotes education and which is heavily funded by Saudi Arabia, is seeking to edit school textbooks worldwide.
Israeli Kids' Career Choices: Medicine and ScienceIsraeli kids are twice as motivated to become doctors as are kids elsewhere
Report: Israel is the Second-Most Educated CountryThe “Education at a Glance 2012” report finds that 64% of Israelis reach higher education, second only to Canada.
Teachers: Kindergarten 'Change' Too Much WorkThe new law providing a free kindergarten education is great for parents, but, as it turns out, hard on kindergarten teachers
Israel Advocacy Gets a Boost with CAMERACAMERA brought dozens of students from across the US to participate in Leadership and Advocacy Training Conference.
Toddlers Begin New School Year – for FreePrime Minister compliments himself for affording free education from age 3, mentions "adorable" Barak.
Ending Grade Inflation Or Back To InequalityBritish high school exam scores declined as part of a policy to combat grade inflation.
Shoham Tops for Bagrut Eligibilty RatesShoham tops the list of towns in Israel for matriculation eligibility rates.
‘Stop American Terrorist from Speaking in Israel’The New Liberal Movement is concerned by reports that an American terrorist is planning to speak at an Israeli high school.
Emanuel 2? Elad Father Sues over School RejectionA father in Elad sues after a Hassidic school rejects his daughter as a student.
Holocaust Studies Cease, Students Pray to AllahMany British schools are ceasing to teach the Holocaust in history lessons in order to avoid offending Muslim students.
'StandWithUs' Launches New Israel Advocacy ProgramThe pro-Israel advocacy group StandWithUs is launching a new program aimed at training teens to become leaders on future college campuses.
Tzohar Conference Deals with Modern ChallengesAnnual conference by the Tzohar organization focused on how parents should deal with the challenges of the Facebook generation.
Study: Pre-Primary Education to Cost 2.3 BillionImplementing the lower age for compulsory education will cost the government 2.3 billion shekels, and 1.4 billion annually, study finds.
Soldiers from 29 Countries Complete Hebrew CourseThree of four participants in special course are lone soldiers, 47% will go on to serve in field and combat units.
‘Land of Israel’ Exam Features Christian CrossesHigh school “Land of Israel” exam features Christian crosses. Is the Education Ministry trying to undermine students with Christianity?
College in Samaria to Receive University StatusAriel College, based in central Samaria, is finally to become a full-fledged university despite left-wing opposition.
Saar: Israeli Democracy Provides Tools For ProtestEducation Min. Gideon Saar lays cornerstone for new 12 classroom building in Tekoa's Jewish Unity School. "Achievement on the rise".
Israel Funding Islamic Movement SchoolsAn argument over core subjects in independent schools reveals that Israel is funding radical Islamic movement.
PhD Recipients Bury the Word ‘Handicapped’A record-breaking 366 graduating Ph.Ds at Hebrew Univ. Mount Scopus campus prove the word “handicapped” is obsolete. “Anything is possible.”
Arab Students Insult Anthem at Yellin AcademyGraduation ceremony at 99-year-old David Yellin College was bilingual, yet Arab students refused to rise for HaTikva.
Hebrew Charter School to Strengthen D.C. CommunitySela Public Charter School, a Hebrew language public charter school, has been granted a conditional charter to open in District of Columbia.
Amit Students Learn Safe SurfingStudents in the religious-Zionist Amit network learn Internet safety, create Torah-study train in honor of education day.
Controversy as Civics Book Says Left ‘More Humane’A new civics textbook has caused controversy as it terms the political left ‘more humane’ and says Nakba Law ‘harms Arab rights.’
Changes to Education, Restoration of Balance?Minister Gideon Sa'ar: The expansion of the Council for Higher Education will result in quality, variety and balance.
Video:Age-Old Ceremony for 'First-Born' ImmigrantsEleven immigrant students from Russia, all first-born, were “redeemed” in a moving Pidyon HaBen ceremony at Boys Town Jerusalem
Holocaust Education: Prevalent and RelevantIncreased demand among foreigners to study Holocaust; Increased need to heed its lessons.
Opinion: Academic Pluralism?Teachers seek to limit academic pluralism by declaring that they will not take part in educational tours of Hevron.
OECD Report: Israel 2nd Among Educated CountriesNew OECD report places Israel in second place in terms of the number of its academics. No surpise to Jewish mothers.
IDF: Preparing the Next GenerationIDF Emergency Situation Instructors are coming to a school near you to ensure children are prepared for the vicissitudes of life in Israel.
More Than 1,000 Israelis Learn in Hebron, JeninMore than 1,000 Israeli citizens are learning in Palestinian Authority universities in Hevron and Jenin.
Knesset Approves Free Education from Age 3New law that would allow for free education for children starting at the age of three approved by the Israeli government.
Gov't Launches New I-CORE CentersThe government is set to launch four new I-CORE centers -- its new strategy for stemming the tide of Israeli academic "brain drain."
Revealed: Education and Income in IsraelData to be revealed at a Jerusalem conference confirms the strong link between education, employment and income in Israel.
More Israelis Choose Religious SchoolsMore Israelis are choosing religious education for their children as the school year begins.
Daycare Centers to Fly the FlagIsrael's daycare centers will begin the week by raising the flag. 'Not just for Independence Day,' coordinator explains.
Eichler: Hareidi Children Need ProtectionHareidi-religious children in Israel's south are at high risk, says MK Eichler, who calls for immediate protection.
Soft Love for Tough YouthYoung US Jews, mostly Birthright alumni, are teaching English to underprivileged Israeli youth. "Tikkun Olam” (repairing the world) at work.
US Teachers Meet Israeli PeersTeach For America members met their Teach First Israel counterparts to learn from one another how best to inspire disadvantaged students.
Israel Goes for Gold in PhysicsIsrael's delegation to the International Physics Olympiad returned home Tuesday, bringing home five medals – 2 gold, 2 silver, and 1 bronze.
Approval for Digital TextbooksA law that would provide students with a digital alternative to standard textbooks is making its way through the Knesset.
U.S. Archives Jews' ExpulsionA massive photographic treasure documenting the Jewish presence in the Old City of Jerusalem long before 1948 was unearthed last month in the U.S.
Academics in Gaza, Israel AgreeOn politics, graduates of Islamic University in Gaza are more or less in line with leftist Israeli academicians.
Sderot gets Science CenterSderot gets a science center in honor of brave teen killed in rocket strike.