|Tel Aviv is home to , the largest university in the country with more than 30,000 students||Ltd, Copyright Global Sea Temperatures — A-Connect|
|Tel Aviv has been named the third "hottest city for 2011" behind only New York City and Tangier by , third-best in the Middle East and Africa by behind only Cape Town and Jerusalem , and the ninth-best in the world by||As Tel Aviv is a multicultural city, many languages are spoken in addition to|
Tel Aviv City Council, 2013—2018 Term Party Seats Coalition Member 6 Yes Tel Aviv 1 5 Yes Rov Ha'ir City Majority 4 Yes Ir Le'kulanu City for All 3 Partial 2 of 3 seats, Shelley Dvir remained in the Opposition Segev-Beyachad Tel Aviv Shas, Jewish Home, Torah Judaism 3 Yes Ko'ach Le'gimla'im Power to Pensioners 2 Yes 2 Yes Drom Ha'ir South Tel Aviv 1 Yes 1 Yes Tel Aviv B'tucha Safe Tel Aviv 1 Yes Aseifat Horim Parents' Assembly 1 No Social Justice 1 Yes Mahapach Yarok Green Revolution 1 Yes Education The Vladimir Schreiber Institute of Mathematics at In 2006, 51,359 children attended school in Tel Aviv, of whom 8,977 were in municipal kindergartens, 23,573 in municipal elementary schools, and 18,809 in high schools.
|Catherine Weill-Rochant, "The Tel-Aviv School: a constrained rationalism", DOCOMOMO journal Documentation and conservation of buildings, sites and neighbourhoods of the modern movement , April 2009||At the same time, Jewish cultural life was given a boost by the establishment of the Ohel Theatre and the decision of to make Tel Aviv its permanent base in 1931|
|In the 2000s and early 2010s, Tel Aviv received tens of thousands of illegal immigrants, primarily from and , changing the demographic profile of areas of the city||MUNICIPALITY OF TEL AVIV YAFO|
The population of Tel Aviv increased from 2,000 in 1920 to around 34,000 by 1925.10