|Spring Update, 2014 Ein Bustan|
Many wonderful activities have taken place in our special organization, which brings Arab and Jewish children and their families together to form a unique community unlike any other.
|Circus in Ein Bustan|
We hoped that through our joint project the Arab and Jewish children that come from different cultures would undergo a process of learning a new, common language - the language of the circus
|Life Begins Now!|
People come up to me and say: “One day we will act as you
do”. And this support and recognition is wonderful in itself.
But we don’t have to wait until “One Day”
|Our struggle for a bi-lingual school|
On March 13, 2013, five families in Kiryat Tivon, belonging to the Ein Bustan Bi–lingual initiative, will be
prosecuted in a Local Court
|Update June 2012|
|Shavuot Within a bi-national community ?|
There is little that we may take for granted when planning the celebration of a festival in our bi-national bi-lingual community – the Waldorf Arabic-Hebrew speaking Ein Bustan kindergarten.
|Autumn 2011 Update from Ein Bustan|
How would we work in two languages every morning in the main lesson block? How would we sing? How would we do our daily walk? Would the children accept the existence of two languages in one class