Schools & Kindergarten

In recognition of its achievement of educational excellence, the Municipality was awarded the 2008 National Education Prize. The city caters to 12,672 preschoolers, 27,191 elementary school students and 17,774 middle and high school students. Additionally, more than 100,000 students attend the Tel Aviv University, the Tel Aviv-Yafo Academic College and 20 other academic institutions in the greater Tel Aviv area.

The City’s Kindergartens


The city of Tel Aviv-Yafo operates 511 kindergartens for approximately 15,000 toddlers and children aged 3-6. The vision that guides the Tel Aviv-Yafo Preschool Education System is to lead and promote the city’s children to optimal development in a safe, moral and academic environment with a commitment to excellence, professionalism and quality service.


Registration for Gan (kindergarten in Hebrew) takes place during the months of January, February and March prior to the upcoming school year. 


Kindergarten provides an educational framework for preschoolers where learning is fun and exciting through experiential learning and games.

The purpose of the kindergarten program is to foster a framework to promote cognitive abilities, emotional, social and motoric development of the child while instilling values, knowledge and culture through an educational framework. Additionally, students learn about their religious and national heritage.


Operation Hours:

  • In Municipal Kindergartens
    Sunday- Thursday 7:35am-2:00pm
    Friday- 7:35am-12:45pm
  • In Child Care Centers
    Sunday-Thursday 2:00pm-4:30pm
    In addition, during the summer months child care centers run special program that are normally between 08:00am-1:00pm.

Registration for Kindergartens and elementary schools (in Hebrew)


Educational Programs

Math, Science and Technology

This program aspires to develop the children’s logical thinking , introduce them to basic mathematical concepts and to a technological environment. The program fosters positive thinking towards mathematics, mathematical literacy, knowledge of mathematical concepts and their proper use via an integrative approach.

Cultivation of mathematical thinking is one of the important goals of pre-primary education. As part of this learning system, preschoolers develop the ability to deal with areas based on quantitative and logical thinking.


Arts and Life Skills

Arts: Music, movement and visual arts, developing aesthetic sensitivity and evaluation capabilities of artwork. This program develops Increased awareness of Hebrew culture, learning of  Jewish and Israeli motifs and symbols of as reflected in works of Jewish and Israeli artists in music, movement and visual art. The program enhances development of aesthetic sensitivity and evaluation capabilities of artwork.

Life Skills: Life skills, health and nutrition, physical education, road safety, and social skills.
This program offers a variety of experiential activities that prepare children to various social skills, with an emphasis on safety issues, road safety, education, health and general nutrition and physical education.

Loving Animals in Tel Aviv-Yafo

This brand new program will expose preschoolers to the raising of pets in an urban environment while initiating them to the animal world, understanding animal’s needs, developing responsibility towards them, creating friendly relations and developing social awareness.
Environmental education instructors will visit the kindergartens and instruct the educational staff on how to conduct related activities.


Enrichment Programs.

Sounds At Your Fingertips

On January 2015, this unique musical program was launched in 84 kindergarten classes across the city. In this program, preschoolers will learn a variety of  masterpieces in length and content appropriate to their age, such as: “Rondo” by Bach, “Carmen” by Bizet and “A Little Night Music” by Mozart.


During the school year, professional music instructors will visit the city’s kindergartens to teach preschoolers these musical creations through guided listening, and in May the children will be honorary guests in a summary concert in which the learned masterpieces will be played by 10 musicians from the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. 


The program is a result of an exciting new collaboration between the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and the Kindergarten Department.

Going Green- Kindergarteners Learn to Protect the Environment

The “Going Green” program teaches preschoolers about the importance of nurturing and preserving the environment and the conservation of natural resources and fosters in them a healthy approach to their community. The program operates in approximately 200 kindergartens across the city and aims to strengthen the children’s affinity to their environment and to influence their community. Educational staff receive pedagogical training and gardening materials.
Thus far, 200 ecological gardens have been set up in the kindergartens participating in the programs.


Retirees Volunteering in Kindergartens
The Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality joined forces with the Preschool Education Branch in the Ministry of Education to launch this national program in which 100 retirees are matched with kindergarten classes across the city. The retirees visit the kindergartens once a week and contribute their skills, abilities and experience to the kindergarten classes with an emphasis on content related to interpersonal communication.
If you are a retiree and interested in joining the program, you are welcome to contact Mrs. Idit Keidar at : 0543070352


Studying Geometry Through  the Art of Origami

A new initiative in Tel Aviv-Yafo’s kindergartens: Preschoolers learn geometry through the Japanese art  of Origami. The preschoolers learn geometry through conceptual games with origami papers and with the help of their imaginations. This unique course is the first of its kind in the country and only dozens of kindergarten teachers have been trained to pass it on. 

The City’s Elementary Schools


Approximately 26,000 students are attending this year’s Elementary Education System in the city’s 60 elementary schools.


Digital Learning and Teaching: The City’s Elementary School System Flagship Program
The Municipal digital program places the information and communication technology as its lever for educational innovation in the teaching, learning and evaluation processes and provides an up-to-date, pedagogical and technological service to the city’s educational staff and students.


In the previous school year, the program has been implemented in 58 elementary schools, including the special education classes, in special education schools and in several of the city’s high schools.


The Municipal Digital Education Program will transfer students and teachers alike from the traditional teaching and learning approaches to a digitalized learning environment based on computerized communication infrastructures. The city’s educational staff will undergo professional and thorough training to instruct them on teaching with the help of this new and modern method.


The program’s ultimate goal is to digitalize the education system and adapt it to the modern age of technology while developing it as an education system based on advanced technologies that enable a study process that is shareable via the Internet and in which the administrative and educational staff and the students (of all ages) can learn, teach and work together.


The pedagogical approach -  at the base of this program’s pedagogical approach lies the principle that teaching in a digitalized learning environment must rely on: scientific literacy, development of higher thinking skills and independent learning, cognitive flexibility and a social and moral commitment to ethics.


Municipal Projects
Throughout the school year, the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality operates numerous municipal projects at the city’s elementary schools. The projects are planned and devised in collaboration with different organizations within and outside of the municipality. These projects foster and promote academic and social achievements and expand the activities and learning methods offered to the students.

The Program for Advancement and Improvement of the Language in Schools for Ethiopian Olim (Immigrants)
This program aims to improve and promote language skills in elementary schools and is adapted to the population of Ethiopian olim (immigrants). The program was planned as a collaboration between the Ministry of Education, the Moriah Fund and the Israeli Center for Innovation in Education.

The program operates in 2 schools with a large concentration of Ethiopian students.

The program operates at three levels: classroom teaching, school management and instructional leadership with an emphasis on strengthening and deepening the relationship between parents and the school community.


The program’s  four main objectives:

  1. Significantly increase the level of achievement of all pupils in primary schools with a high concentration of Ethiopian students.
  2. Strengthening of parental involvement in their children’s education and their participation in school activities.
  3. Support the development, implementation and management of processes and pedagogical excellence.
  4. Introduce the educational staff to the Ethiopian culture and its unique features.

The program’s main innovation is the introduction of a full-time literacy coach into the classroom  to accompany the teachers in the classroom in real time.


VTS (Visual Thinking Strategies) Coming to Israel in a Tel Aviv Pilot Program
The VTS (Visual Thinking Strategies) method has finally arrived in Israel and is implemented as a pilot program in the HaYovel and Giboray Israel elementary schools. The system, which has been operated in the world since 1991, uses art as a tool to develop innovative and creative thinking in a wide array of subjects including writing, mathematics, social sciences and science.
The method has been tested over the past decade through research and practice in schools and museums around the world, and has been proven to construct critical thinking skills. The method is also applied among medical students and members of intelligence agencies, in order to strengthen their visual thinking and  sharpen their diagnostic skills.
The pilot program is operating as a collaborative project between the municipality, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art and the Art of Visual Thinking Association, and will include adaptations to Israeli art works. The pilot program includes training and guidance of the school staff, who could then implement and teach the method.
The studies are based on guided, non-judgmental discussion about works of art, while making in-depth observations and providing a forum in which every student can express his/ her own opinions. 

The Tel Aviv-Los Angeles Partnership Program
The Tel Aviv-Los Angeles Partnership Program was founded 12 years ago by the Jewish Agency in order to link  Jewish communities around the world with their Israeli counterparts by developing on-going relationships between students and their families.

The partnership program  is managed by an independent steering committee, which consists of the leadership of the Los Angeles Jewish community, Israeli volunteers from the city and representatives from the Municipal Education Administration.


The program's objectives:

  • Strengthening Jewish identity and sense of belonging to the Jewish people and the State of Israel in both communities.
  • Strengthening and empowering relationship between Jews in Israel and Jews in the US, by fostering mutual, interpersonal relationships, which will lead to a better understanding of each other.
  • Developing and nurturing mutual connections between communities (educators, students, parents), which affect school culture and community life.

The program is implemented by a number of elementary schools in grades 5 and 6, and includes: joint curriculum between schools, meetings for teachers of twin schools,  student delegations, exchanges of teachers, seminar for educators and a joint seminar for educators locally operating simultaneously in Israel and Los Angeles.

Volunteer Work
The Municipal Education System cooperates with various charities and volunteer initiatives in order to expand and upgrade the variety of services provided to students and their parents. Below are some of the programs and volunteer initiatives that operate in the city’s elementary schools.
 For further details, you are welcome to contact Mrs. Dvora Ganan, Projects, National Service and New Immigrants Supervisor.

Address: 69 Even Gvirol Street, 2nd floor
Telephone: 03-5218779
Fax: 03-5221822

  • Friends of the Education (ידיד לחינוך) - This program introduces volunteering retirees into the educational system in order to aid teachers and provide the required help to students who are in need of it. The retirees, who initiated the program, give each student personal attention and academic and emotional support.
    If you are a retiree and interested in joining the program, please contact Nimrod Zuckerman (CEO) 03-6727595 or Lily Yaffe (Tel Aviv-Yafo coordinator) 054-4715435.
  • CAARI- Canadian American Active Retirees in Israel - English language enrichment program among elementary school students, working in cooperation with the Jewish National Fund, with volunteers and retirees from Canada and the United States, who want to combine a holiday with practice. The program operates during the winter for 7 weeks and has been operating in elementary schools throughout the city for many years.
    Interested in volunteering?  Contact: 054-4323188 Susan Horowitz / Nahum Eisenstadt.
  • Acting for Equality in Education (פו”ש- פועלים לשיוויון בחינוך) - This non-profit organization is committed to achieving equality in education by raising the level of knowledge of students. Practice takes place individually or in small groups, with a frequency of once or twice a week, on school premises. The organization is active in about 20 schools and learning centers in Tel Aviv.
    If you would like to join the organization and volunteer with the city’s students, contact  the organization’s offices at 03-5354965 or Mrs. Tami Gaoni at 054-4423673.
  • “A Different Lesson” (עמותת שיעור אחר) - This non-profit organization operates volunteers with backgrounds in a variety of interests and fields, who give students enrichment lessons. The activity takes place at ten of the city’s schools with struggling populations.
  • Enrichment and Reinforcement Programs - The Unit of Enrichment and Reinforcement focuses on promoting academic achievements, creating equal opportunities and reducing the gaps in the municipal education system, with an emphasis on endangered children and the development of a Jewish and Israeli identity.
    The enrichment and reinforcement hours are dedicated to reinforcing studies in basic skills and to enrich students in Physical Education, art, drama and more.
    Part of the enrichment and reinforcement study hours are dedicated to municipal contents such as: new immigrants, excellence programs, encouraging the study of Arabic, etc.


Excellence 2000
Excellence 2000 is a training program for students who excel in maths and sciences in grades 4-6. The program operates in 30 of the city’s elementary schools.

The program’s goals:

  1. Strengthen educational staff and train them to promote excelling students
  2. Provide an adequate facility for talented and motivated students
  3. Deepen learning and research skills in order to develop mathematical and scientific thinking
  4. Foster the students’ identities as thinking, initiating and creative people
  5. Create a tradition of municipal and school excellence


Man and His Environment: Discovering, Living, Preserving

The “Man and His Environment: Discovering, Living, Preserving” program is a program for students in grades 5-6 in 13 of the city’s elementary schools, who are accepted into the program based on predefined criteria and the judgement of the school’s educational staff.

The program’s goals are:

  1. Introduce the students to an additional world of content outside their school curriculum
  2. Encourage the students to observe their world through a critical and exploring perspective
  3. Provide the students with an experience of group and personal museum work
  4. Bring together students from different schools for joint studies and activities

The program’s studies take place in the Eeretz Israel Museum once a week for 13 weeks between 08:00am-2:00pm. The study subjects relate to mankind and the human environment- archeology, green environment, museology, cultures and other contents which are not part of the regular school curriculum. The teaching methods are varied: research, study through games, group work, discussions and dialogues. The students then pass on their newly acquired knowledge by presenting products they’ve created at the museum to their classmates.

Architecture and Urban Art

A program for public art, which emphasizes the fostering of creativity, critical thinking and collaborative work. The program enables students to familiarize themselves with the physical surroundings they live in and with the history of architecture while taking part in tours and experimenting in archectatical creation (building models, digital media).

Daytime Boarding Schools

The daytime boarding schools program has existed in Tel Aviv-Yafo for the past 12 years, with the purpose of promoting academic achievements and allowing students from weaker socio-economic classes to meet the required academic standard.
The daytime boarding schools are located within the city’s elementary schools as an after-hours facility which offers increased academic assistance, with an emphasis on core subjects, while monitoring and supporting disadvantaged students. In addition to academic assistance, the daytime boarding schools offer social activities as part of enrichment classes that expose the students to cultural contents that expand the students’ horizons. 


Consistency and Change

According to the educational perception that stands at the base of the consistency and individual management policy, most problems that cause parents to consider relocating their children to a different educational institution are solvable and treatable.


In most cases, moving children from one educational facility to another does not solve the core issue, which the children then continue to carry with them at their new school. Therefore, in every one of the city’s elementary schools there is an educational-psychological array with the help of which children can handle the difficulties and problems they may come across.
This array includes a principle, homeroom teacher, psychologist and social worker.


School Change Committee
Parents who wish to move their children to an alternative educational facility (for any given reason), are welcome to contact Mrs. Tirtza Penig, the Individual Management Director, with all of the relevant documents:

  1. Updated school diplomas
  2. Psycho-didactic diagnoses (if there ar any)
  3. An official statement from the current school the child is attending
  4. A School Change Request Form from the school the child is attending

Mrs. Penig’s reception hours: Monday, Thursday 08:30am-1:30pm Wednesday 09:00am-2:00pm


You are also welcome to contact Sagit Shemes, Deputy Indivןdual Management Director at 69 Even Gvirol Street, 2nd floor
Telephone: 03-5218890

The City’s High Schools


Here you can find all the information you need about the registration process to the city’s high schools, the excellence and enrichment programs the city’s high schools offer, social projects and informal education activities.
Over 18000 students have attended the past school year in the city’s 25 high schools. In the past school year, a new learning method has been introduced to the city’s high schools: Project Based Learning. This method emphasizes learning based on projects in a technology-affluent environment. Students learn via practical experiences, gathering and analyzing data and information, problem-solving and decision-making; all of these processes are part of an innovative, unusual learning process in numerous subject matters.  

Each year parents must register their children into the appropriate elementary, middle or high school.  Generally, the students will be placed in an elementary school in their neighborhood, and then continue to Middle and High School. 
The city’s primary schools offer a wide range of special programs and support networks.


Registration for middle school and high school (in Hebrew)


Social Education

 Studies show that social engagement and involvement helps students in the forming of values such as: personal and mutual responsibility, taking initiative and giving. It contributes to reducing risky behaviors, increases motivation to improve academic and social achievements and sense of independence and encourages the development of mental strength. 
It has also been found that adolescents who had been educated to be socially involved continued to be socially involved and volunteer as adults and their attitude towards the elderly and their community was sensitive and considerate.


In the past school year, the Education Administration has launched a process of deepening and strengthening the subject of volunteering among the city’s high school students. As part of this process, a new Social Leadership Group has been established, among whose members are 12 representatives from every municipal high school. The members of the Social Leadership Group undergo a workshop that deals in work group, responsibility, giving, social involvement and more. Groups that complete the workshop return to their respective schools, where they establish, devise and lead a community project for one of the school’s age groups.


The goals of the Social Education Project:

  1. Raising the percentage of high school students who volunteer in their community via the encouragement of the schools and educational staff: monthly training for the schools social coordinators, private workshops for grades 7-9, personal guidance for homeroom teachers and educational staff by the municipality and the Ministry of Education.
  2. Implementing social involvement from theory to practise: every student in classes 7-9 will take part in four to five volunteering activities throughout the school year.
  3. Developing a dialogue to support volunteering students: Education lessons will focus on the subject of giving and social involvement. The dialogue will also deal in the more challenging experiences the students go through during their volunteering activities.
  4. Creating a database of volunteering placements in order to enable the integration of each student in a volunteering project suitable to his/her abilities, talents and interests.

Stop Racism- Time for Tolerance 
 The seminar Stop Racism -Time for Tolerance, takes place every year in the Bialik-Rogozin campus on the anniversary of Yitzhak Rabin’s death. The seminar attracts participants such as: representatives from the city’s different high schools, youth movements, the municipality and the Ministry of Education, all of whom share the sense of responsibility and social sensitivity. The unique seminar has led to a common faith and hope that initiating and promoting actions against racism and for tolerance should be continued at any cost. 


Dialoguing in Schools
“Dialogue” is a municipal program that is operated in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and promotes dialogues in schools between students, parents and educational staff with an emphasis on fostering close and caring relationships on the one hand, and eradicating violence on the other.


Improving the school climate has been officially declared the municipal goal for every one of the city’s high schools. and efforts to achieve this goal have brought forth the launching of the municipal program- “Dialogue”, which is led by a municipal committee with partners from the Ministry of Education. 
The program includes learning, training, structuring work processes and improving dialogue skills among educational staff, lectures and recruitment for joint activities with the students’ parents and lectures and workshops for the students themselves. 
Private conversation, chat or message exchanges on Facebook - human discourse is constantly changing, but as social beings it will always remain our basic need.


Two of the program’s leading dialogue groups:
The Parents Patrol Group- A group of parents who voluntarily patrol youth entertainment centers in order to contribute in their presence to reducing risky behaviors. The Parents Patrol Group strengthens confidence and security in both the parents and the adolescents, by increasing the involvement of parents in the culture of entertainment and leisure of their children.


The “Young Cameri” Group - a group of students participating in an experiential program, in which students dramatize personal experiences and dilemmas recurring in their daily lives.  The students who participate in the program undergo an emotional and artistic process, and through thought-provoking contents and games they expose their inner world and share it with their audiences.The program is operated and funded by the Administrator General and in cooperation with the Cameri Theater.


“Israeli Week”

“Israeli Week” is an educational initiative entirely dedicated to the subject of the Jewish-Israeli identity. The initiative is led by the High School Education and Promotion of Children and Youth Branch.
The initiative’s goal is to help students explore, expand and cultivate their identity. The program deals in the subject of contemporary Israeli identity in Israel and in Tel Aviv in particular, seeing that the city offers a pluralistic variety and a constant encounter with different religious and cultural identities. 


Excellence and Enrichment Programs
The Tel Aviv-Yafo education system offers its students a wide range of subjects, professions, courses and programs to meet a variety of student tendencies, interests and needs.

Here you will find information about the different facilities that enable middle school and high school students to experiment and specialize in the fields of art, science and more.

5 Fun Municipal Excellence Programs
Young Movie-Makers- A cinema workshop for grades 9-10 which introduces the students to the world of video art, clip productions, television and cinema. 
 Invitation to Write- A poetry and prose workshop for grades 9-12 which introduces the students to the world of writing and helps them acquire writing tools. The students practise writing and reading texts, meet with poets and writers and are exposed to the work of prominent artists in the fields of poetry and prose.

The Italian Language and Culture- This workshop for ninth graders exposes the students to the Italian language and culture, which includes: opera, theater, architecture, design, reconstruction, photography, fashion, gastronomy, literature, music, plastic and visual art and cinema.

A Song is Not Just Words- This workshop for grades 9-12 exposes students to the world of composing music. In the workshop, they acquire tools to write and compose songs and learn the importance of the connection between the lyrics and the melody and between the song structure and the melody, listen to musical creations and learn how to perform in front of an audience.

Mediating Leadership- A mediation workshop for grades 9-10 where the students acquire mediating communication skills, learn to conduct a negotiation and create effective cooperations, develop awareness, cope in situations of conflict and joint negotiations and conflict management.

Future Managers

Another cycle of  high school juniors recently graduated from the unique and exciting program, led by accountants from the accounting firm Brightman, Almagor, Zohar Ltd.  In the program, which lasts for approximately four months, they met with forty students from all over the city for a few hours each week. The students learned from the best possible instructors subjects such as: risk capital, marketing, financing issues, etc. Additionally, the students visited the offices of “Google”.  Students are taught how to check who the target audience for whom they would like to solve a problem, how to execute an idea and how to present a presentation in a manner that will persuade capital owners to invest in the initiatives they conceive. 

At the end of the program the students present their ventures and ideas for development and a winning initiative is selected.

Some of the exciting ideas developed by students in the program: developing the possibility of transferring charging percentages from one mobile device to another, the development of a digital cover for smartphones that would have an added option of replacing its wallpaper and an application that catalogues every clothing item its user ever wore in order to help us remember what we wore to specific events.

Hemda- The Center for Science Education

The Center for Science Education - HEMDA, is a singular model in the world for innovative and high-quality teaching of chemistry and physics. The center is used by high school students  who chose  to learn these subjects extensively, as well outstanding physics students in middle school. In addition, Hemda is used as a training center for science teachers in the Tel Aviv region. Hemda has a unique library which includes 60 international science journals and every science classroom in the center is a is a multi-purpose space that allows the integration of laboratory and computer work with teaching and learning activities of any kind.
The center's activities include, among others:

  • Preparation for final high school exams in physics and chemistry
  • Tutoring
  • Elective courses
  • Computational Science studies
  • Scientific workshops and tours
  • Scientific lectures and exposure to science related interests

Contact Details for Hemda: 7 HaPardes Strees, Tel Aviv-Yafo 64245, Telephone- 03-5210800,

Fax- 03-5210810,

The Municipal Mathematics Olympics

Every year, hundreds of middle school students from 16 of the city’s schools participate in the municipal mathematics olympics. Last year, a whopping 238 students made it to the finals. A new section of the olympics offers a “Mathematical Battle” which was devised in collaboration with doctorate students from the Mathematics Faculty in the Tel Aviv University. The students with the best results in the olympics get to participate in this fun and challenging battle.

"Ichpat" - Helping Endangered Children and Youth
Ichpat (Hebrew for "care") aids children and youth (ages 5-18) who experience personal and social difficulties through diverse formal and non-formal educational programs. Its activity includes:
1. Integrating children and youth in a suitable learning/ working environment
2. Providing a home away from home to ensure a normal course of development and integration in society
3. Reducing risky behaviors among children and teenagers through prevention programs (substance abuse prevention programs, employment projects, etc.)
Want to volunteer? Read more about Ichpat here (in Hebrew)

Special Education


Tel Aviv-Yafo’s 16 special education schools serve the needs of all the relevant groups in the city. There are schools for children suffering from cerebral palsy, for autistic children and adults, for the deaf, and for those with learning disabilities. Additionally, there are special classes for the blind and three schools for children and youth with behavioral difficulties.

In total, there are 37 kindergarten classes for children with special needs, 70 special classes in regular elementary schools and 38 special classes in regular high schools. The municipality also provides service for kindergarten children in treatment centers; it offers diagnoses and educational treatments such as preparation for first grade, psychotherapy by licensed physiologists, and other forms of treatment such as art and drama therapy.

The city provides a variety of programs for children with special needs from ages 3 to 21. The special education laws allow children with special needs to learn either within the framework of special education or to obtain special instruction and services within the regular education program.


Special education facilities

  • Comprehensive schools - These schools focus on providing both education and treatment for children with specific disabilities such as autism, cerebral palsy, mental retardation, etc.
  • Special classes in regular schools - children with disabilities or special needs that have difficulties in regular education programs, yet are not suited for the comprehensive special education frameworks, can integrate the combined special classes in regular schools.
  • Learning disabilities classes - designed for children with learning challenges or severe emotional challenges.
  • Communications classes - for children with communication problems.

A special committee comprised of holistic professionals will review the child’s situation and make a determination that is best suited for the child.

Parents with further questions who would like to learn more about the subject are welcome to contact the Special Education Department.

Contact: Ronit Ben David
Address: 14 Balfour Street, Beit Straus
Telephone: 03-7248484
Fax: 03-7240095

The municipality’s psychological services program offers a unique and important response to public education teams dealing with students’ psychological traumas, including:

  • Normative developmental issues.
  • Learning difficulties, perception and thinking among students.
  • Developmental and physical disabilities.
  • Stress, crisis and disaster among students, parents and community.
  • Group and organizational issues in educational systems.

Services Provided:

  • Psychological treatment for children and youth.
  • Individual counseling for parents and educational staff.
  • Systemic interventions.
  • Group training for parents and educators.
  • Individual intervention and group attention in mass disaster crisis situations.
    Read more about educational-psychological services (in Hebrew)

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