Explore teaching materials, lectures, guides to advocacy, videos, and other tools for classroom learning.

Yad Vashem

A four-part deep dive into the psychology of hate.

Unpacked for Educators

Two-thirds of American Jews say they feel less safe than they did a decade ago — and the threat of physical violence has never felt more real.

USC Shoah Foundation & UNESCO

Resources for teachers that provide guidance, tools, and materials to help them address the challenges of rising antisemitism.


Your guide to advocating for education about Jews and antisemitism in your community, and keeping hatred and bias out of the classroom.

Shalom Hartman Institute of North America

This series delivers the excellence of Hartman scholarship to Jewish thought leaders of all political and denominational backgrounds, empowering them to facilitate nuanced, empathetic,values-based conversations about Israel within their communities.

Salem State University

This academic center is committed to advancing research, education, and public programing in the fields of Holocaust education, human rights, and more.


A variety of courses exploring how the Holocaust happened using videos, primary resources, survivors’ artwork, a virtual tour of the Holocaust Museum, and survivors’ testimonies.


A three-part series in which educators will learn to define, recognize, and respond to antisemitism.

Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE)

Address antisemitism through education.

Lappin Foundation

An extracurricular program for high school students to get informed and involved.


Join this speaker series that tackles wide-ranging issues from antisemitism to the normalization of extremism.

International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance

A range of guidelines for educators and policymakers to use when developing effective curricula and educational materials.