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

Department of Education

The Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships at the U.S. Department of Education provides a list of resources for students, educators and communities.


Liza Wiemer, author of award-winning novel "The Assignment," shares tips for students and teachers on dealing with antisemitism at school.

Facing History & Ourselves

Address today's global challenges with lesson plans focused on current events, including the refugee crisis and contemporary antisemitism.

National Education Association

This article from the NEA provides suggestions for educators on how to take on antisemitism at college campuses, while providing further resources.


William Daroff will be in conversation with three area Jewish campus activists addressing war, antisemitism, and the American campus.


More than 700 Holocaust artifacts are on display at this first-of-its-kind exhibition in New England.


Join CAMERA and Temple Emanuel for an enlightening live program featuring experts from the CAMERA Education Institute.


Ten key commitments universities can make in the wake of the Hamas-Israel war.

Camera Education Institute

Guidance on how to combat the bias and misinformation contained in anti-Israel curricular materials, misleading statements from school superintendents and teachers, and walkouts and protests.


University leadership has a uniquely important role to play in addressing antisemitism on college campuses and ensuring the safety and wellbeing of Jewish students, faculty and staff.


There are online resources that teachers can access to assist students in understanding an ever-changing situation in the Middle East. 


ADL's guide for education professionals, state education departments, and school administrators