Pictured: "Photo number 10: Cwi Rozenwajn with a group of Bedzin partisans". Churban Tshenstokhov, p. 169.
Some states in the U.S. require Holocaust education in schools and have their own curricula - find more information here.
Additionally, local museums and memorials often have their own programs - find more information here.
The websites listed here provide lesson plans and other materials for educators.
Pictured: "Mendl Shedlitsker (of blessed memory) - extended family: sons Moyshe, Hayim, and Yoske, and their children and grandchildren". Yizker-bukh nokh der ḥoreṿ-geṿorener Yidisher ḳehile Ṭshizsheṿe, p. 87-88.
The Curator of the Dorot Jewish Division, Dr. Lyudmila Sholokhova, interviews Prof. Meri-Jane Rochelson about the oral history of her father, Eli G. Rochelson, part of the American Jewish Committee's Oral History Collection at NYPL.
Research-based classroom materials for Holocaust education.
Classroom materials and professional development on the Holocaust for middle and high school teachers.
Uses lessons of history to challenge teachers and their students to stand up to bigotry and hate.
Compilation of online educational resources for teachers.
Holocaust lesson plans for educators.
Recommendations and resources for educators.
Helping educators teach the Holocaust and preserve the legacy of Righteous Gentiles.
Educational materials on Jewish partisans and their life lessons.
Holocaust curriculum, professional development for teachers, guides, and more.
Lesson plans, New York Times resources, and websites for teaching and learning about the Holocaust.
Overview of the Holocaust through photographs, documents, arts, music, movies, and literature.
Free resources to support education for democracy, social justice and anti-bias; includes lesson plans on the Holocaust.
Comprehensive resources for educators on teaching about the Holocaust.
Teacher resources including guidelines, lesson plans, activities and video excerpts of testimony.