65% of Israeli teachers satisfied with their jobsStudy provides new hope for educational analysts, after July statistics showed sky-high teacher burnout.
Watch: 'It's Time for a Revolution in Education'AMIT network of schools promoting a change in education, says the role of teachers needs to change in today's technological age.
Teacher Burnout At Record HighOne in four new teachers will switch professions within five years, Central Bureau of Statistics reveals.
Teachers Livid Over Union Signing Boycott DocumentFurious WhatsApp debate over Teachers' Union support of document blaming 'settlements' results in threats of legal action.
Parents Support Teacher's Yellow Star 'Lesson'Parents expressed support for a teacher who had her kindergarten students wear a yellow star on the eve of Holocaust Memorial Day.
Veteran Teachers to Get Big BonusTeachers who have stuck with what many called the world's hardest profession are to be recognized for their efforts by the Economy Ministry.
Teacher Set to be Fired For Forcing Views on KidsA civics teacher is set to be fired after he tried to ram radical leftist views down the throats of students.
In Israel, It Pays to be a Public ServantState workers’ salaries went up by nearly 7% in 2010, according to annual report. Overall, public service income up by 3.5%.
Court Stops Teacher's StrikeThe National Labor Court Tuesday night stopped a planned teacher's strike before it even got started Wednesday.