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TALMA's Full-Year Fellowship is an ideal opportunity for early to mid-career educators seeking to grow their experience in international education, test the waters for Aliyah, or establish a career in education while gaining the social and professional supports to successfully integrate into the Israeli system. TALMA offers Fellows with all-expenses paid housing, visa or Aliyah support, job placement, health benefits, mentorship, professional development, social enrichment, weekly Ulpan, and an incredible social community of peers who serve as neighbors, colleagues, friends, and so much more.
Updated: Aug. 05, 2021
All fourth- to eighth-graders in Israel will get the opportunity starting September, 2018 to hone their spoken English skills in after-school lessons costing just NIS 4 ($1.10) an hour, the Yedioth Ahronoth daily reported Sunday. The joint initiative of the Education Ministry and the Association of Community Centers’ Shalem volunteer organization will make affordable lessons that would cost around NIS 150-200 ($42-55) privately. Shalem will provide the English-speaking teachers from its pool of community volunteer retirees.
Updated: Jun. 20, 2018
In an attempt to remedy the problem with Israelis and their ability to speak English, the Education Ministry recently approved a tuition-free English teaching course to be implemented throughout the country and help better train future English teachers. Starting this upcoming school year, all Israeli colleges are invited to apply for a part of the NIS 12 million budget and offer this free government-run course to native English speakers who are interested in learning how to teach English to local children.
Updated: Aug. 30, 2017
Education Minister Shai Piron along with British Secretary of State for Education Michael Gove signed an agreement in the Knesset on Tuesday for increased collaboration in the field of English studies. The agreement calls for collaboration between the two countries in the implementation of a national plan developed by the British Council aimed at improving the professionalism and English language skills of hundreds of Israeli teachers.
Updated: Jan. 01, 2014