Tel Aviv is well known for its gay tolerance and nightlife, but it’s also home base for a unique charity run by LGBT people for anyone needing help.
Lantern Library is giving storybooks to children in all Arab, Bedouin and Druze kindergartens and special-education Israeli schools, and some preschools.
At Campus TLV for Moms, enterprising young mothers learn business tips from the pros while nursing, burping and changing their babies.
Middle East Education through Technology (MEET) brings together ambitious teens from diverse Israeli sectors and nurtures their entrepreneurship.
Scientific discovery is only a finger swipe away when students of all ages use the Israeli-innovated Einstein Tablet+ in the classroom.
Debby Elnatan’s Upsee, designed to help her own son walk tethered to an adult, could be the answer to many parents’ prayers for children with disabilities.
Two innovative college programs are making inroads in preparing Ethiopian-Israelis for professional careers.
Introducing Naztech, the first high-tech venture accelerator exclusively for Israel’s Arab community.
Israeli smartphone technology takes the frustration out of communication for kids and adults who have difficulty making themselves understood.
For people with disabilities, Sesame Enable turns a smartphone or iPad into a machine that recognizes face movements and hand gestures.