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NCCAT Teaching the Holocaust program in Washington, D.C

Teachers from across North Carolina took part in the “Teaching the Holocaust: Resources and Reflections” program in Washington, D.C. on Nov. 10-15.

Teachers from across North Carolina took part in the “Teaching the Holocaust: Resources and Reflections” program at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., Nov. 10-15.  This program, for educators involved or interested in teaching about the Holocaust, allows teachers to explore exhibits and other resources at the museum under the guidance of experts, utilizing the museum’s contents, presentations, architecture, and technology.

The program is supported by NCCAT’s Holocaust Endowment Fund, The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany,  The Frank and Shelly Weiner Holocaust Education Training Endowment of NCCAT, and The Alfred & Anita Schnog Family Foundation

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