What is the Plan for Academe in Israel?

Israeli university students started their first semester in mid-January ­— after a senior lecturers’ strike of nearly 90 days — amidst new threats that the school year might again be jeopardized in just a few weeks. As senior doctors and professors were signing their agreement with the Finance Ministry on Friday, assistants and other “junior staff lecturers,” as the part-time and adjunct faculty are referred to in Israel, announced a labor dispute of their own. The junior staff lecturers, who taught throughout the semester and did not strike, claimed that they were excluded from a previous agreement the senior lecturers’ […]
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