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UnSchool of Thought

Reprinted from The Jerusalem Report, March 2005 Yoni Goldstein More and more families are keeping their children at home and encouraging them to learn whatever suits them “I like drumming and tae kwondo,” whispers 11-year-old Joshie as we watch Naama,

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Archive – Old media mentions – Some links no longer active

Jerusalem Report Article about Homeschooling in Israel March 2005 Click to view article. (English) Jerusalem Post Article about Homeschooling in Israel August 29, 2004 – The Kainan, Ernstoff and Kasher families were featured in an in-depth article. Click to view

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Archive – Old news from the early days of homeschooling in Israel

New Hebrew Web Site about Homeschooling in Israel (April 2003) A comprehensive Hebrew web site about homeschooling in Israel has been launched by Beofen Tivi. From the link below, navigate to “Chinuch Beiti”. The site includes a list of support

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Home Education in Israel Blossoming in 5763!

(April 2003) The Jerusalem group has been meeting regularly twice a month for a few years now, and there are usually one or more new families every week! Over the course of the day, ten to twenty families will show

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Homeschooling as a Fundamental Change in Lifestyle

Ari Neuman and Aharon Aviram’s 2003 research article on homeschooling in Israel (English):

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Picnic in Efrat

(Oct. 6, 1999) The 3rd annual Home Educators Picnic in Efrat’s Omega park on October 5, 1999 (formerly the “Not-Back-To-School” Picnic) was attended by ten families, as well as by magazine and television reporters. The kids played in the playground

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Lessons in home truths

Reprinted from Haaretz Magazine About thirty families in Israel are taking advantage of a clause in the compulsory education law which allows them to teach their children at home. Some of the parents reveal why they are so set against

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