FAMILIES

Our schools are ground zero in the fight against antisemitism and can be one of the first places kids are exposed to it. From 2022–2023, antisemitic incidents in K–12 schools increased by 135% from the year before. Discover practical advice, support, peer education programs, conversation starters, and more for parents and caregivers of children and teens. 

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.

Kveller

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

ADL

A new partnership between the ADL and 18Doors will help interfaith families counter antisemitism.

CJP

High school students, their parents, and community members are invited to learn about the history of antisemitism, how to recognize it, and how and when to respond if they see it.

CJP

Learn about the benefits of implementing the National Strategy to Counter Antisemitism recommendations in K-12 Schools in Massachusetts.

ADL

The ADL and partner organization Lost Tribe announce a new initiative aimed at helping Jewish teens and pre-teens counter antisemitism online.

CJP

Combating antisemitism: CJP grants enhance safety in 14 day schools and 40 early childhood centers.

CJP

Sign up to receive future emails from the JCRC about programs and resources specifically geared towards families of K-12 students.

The New York Times

Deborah Lipstadt, the U.S. Special Envoy for Monitoring and Combating Antisemitism, suggests that Jewish pride can be a way to counter antisemitism.

CJP

Online abuse includes antisemitism; organizations suggest ways to respond.

CJP

How to recognize it, what its effects are, and how to stop it.

CJP

The Lappin Foundation spotlights Holocaust survivors in a powerful 7-minute film.