• Publications
  • Influence
Educating toward a culture of peace
List of contributors. Introduction, Yaacov Iram. Culture of Peace: Definition, Scope and Application, Yaacov Iram. PART I: Peace Education Paradigms. The Thin Line between Peace Education andExpand
  • 20
  • 1
Regulation, Globalization, And Privatization Of Higher Education: The Struggle To Establish A University In Israel
The foundations of higher education in Israel were established in the 1920’s with the opening of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1925, after numerous difficulties and opponents were overcome.Expand
  • 11
  • 1
The educational system of Israel
Introduction History, Geography, Demography, Economy, and Government Preprimary and Primary Education Postprimary Education Vocationalism Higher Education Informal Education Arab Education:Expand
  • 43
  • 1
Quality and Control in Higher Education in Israel.
Tertiary education in Israel makes a clear distinction between (1) higher (university and academic) education, which, 'includes teaching, science and research' as defined in the Council for HigherExpand
  • 6
Education of Minorities and Peace Education in Pluralistic Societies
Introduction by Yaacov Iram Theory and Concepts Education of Minorities: Problems, Promises, and Prospects. An International Perspective by Yaacov Iram Cultural Recognition or Social Redistribution:Expand
  • 14
Russian and Ethiopian Immigrants in Israel--A Comparative Perspective on Educational Absorption.
Israeli educational policies have changed over the last 40 years in response to the backgrounds and needs of various immigrant groups. This study compares two recent waves of immigration, from theExpand
  • 8
  • PDF
Centralization trends in higher education: Israel's Planning and Grants Committee
Israel's Planning and Grants Committee (PGC) was formed in 1974 to function as an intermediary body between the higher education system and the government in financing of higher educationExpand
  • 7
Recurring reforms and changes in the Israeli educational system: An analytic approach
Abstract Recurring reforms of the Israeli education system are examined in terms of curriculum, matriculation examinations and national vs sectoral orientation. The socio-political, economic andExpand
  • 4
The Struggle for Legitimacy: Academic Colleges on the Map of Higher Education in Israel
This article addresses a unique relationship evolving between the two major categories of higher learning institutions in Israel: the country's universities, and the colleges that were established inExpand
  • 2