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Legitimizing public schooling and innovative education policies in strict religious communities: the story of the new Haredi public education stream in Israel
The study explored how a group of private Haredi (ultra-Orthodox Jewish) Israeli schools legitimized an innovative non-mandatory reform. Specifically, it examined the circumstances that facilitated and hindered a coincidence of wants between the schools and the Israel Ministry of Education, which resulted in signing agreements that changed the status of the schools from private to public. The study drew on interviews and on various documents, including contracts, summaries of meetings, and work plans.
Updated: Nov. 06, 2019
The Student as the 'Other' and Teacher Responsibility: Teachers' Ethical Dilemmas in National Religious Education
The article is based on a study whose aim was to understand teachers' ethical world in national-religious education in Israel by examining their stories which reflect ethical dilemmas in teaching. The methodology was qualitative. The research population included 52 teachers teaching in a variety of State-Religious schools in Israel. The research tools were semi-constructed in-depth interview and documents. The teachers' stories repeatedly addressed the basic tension between traditional-religious educational education and modern democratic education.
Updated: Mar. 03, 2014