NY Jewish Girl Wins National Torah CompetitionA 14-year-old Jewish high school girl won her division of the national Torah competition, held last Sunday at Yeshiva University.
Teacher Faces Charges for 'Demonstrative' Holocaust LessonSouth Carolina teacher faces charges for dragging a student under a table, saying, "This is what the Nazis do to Jews."
German Jews Welcome Publication of 'Mein Kampf'The head of the Central Council of Jews in Germany calls Bavaria's decision "responsible" and a "good idea".
Hebrew Charter School Expected 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.
Inspired by ‘Paper Clips’ Students Collect 6 Million PenniesInspired by award-winning documentary Paper Clips, students collect 6 million pennies to commemorate six million Jews murdered in Holocaust.
Court Rules Anti-Jewish Bias Case to ProceedA U.S. District Court judge in Manhattan ruled that the hostile work environment and religious discrimination lawsuit can proceed.
Hizbullah's Demands, Schools Teach 'Resistance'Hizbullah's is forcing public schools to dedicate a one-hour session to teaching the history of the ‘Resistance.’
Secular Schools to Mark ‘Gush Katif Day’Gush Katif Day will be marked for the first time by 75 secular schools Wednesday, the date of the founding of its first Jewish community.
MK Orlev: Something Must be Done About Yeshiva Tuition CostsMK Zvulun Orlev has set up a panel that will examine the high tuition costs paid by parents whose children study in Yeshiva high schools.
Rocket Attacks Force Students to Study at HomeThe rocket attacks may have shut down the schools in southern Israel, but classes are still going on - through the internet.
Arab Group: Let Us Teach History 'Our Way'A new guidance document from the Arab Pedagogic Council seeks to implement a curriculum about Israel similar to that taught in PA schools.
Liberal Movement: Pro Che "Commies' Took Over Jerusalem SchoolComplaints were sent to the Education Ministry after a huge poster of Che Guevara was hung outside a school in Jerusalem.
School Year Off to a Quiet StartSchools opened the new year in Israel Thursday, with one of the calmest opening days in years. "Shalom" to 125,000 first graders!
Late School Start for Some in South, But Not AllClasses probably won't start on time for many of the children in Israel's southern region, but some in Ashkelon will learn anyway.