The Fragile Boundary between the Political and the Academic

in Israel Studies Review
Author: Rivka Feldhay
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The Council for Higher Education (CHE) Law passed in Israel in 1958. Its aim was to mediate between the state and the institutions for higher education, and to anchor these relations in legislation. The law stipulates that “a recognized institution is free to manage its own academic and administrative affairs as it sees fit, within the framework of its budget” (CHE Law 1958: 15).

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