NCCAT leads programs teaching the Holocaust Resources and Reflections in Washington, D.C. and Cullowhee
Teachers from across North Carolina took part in two programs involving Holocaust education. Approaching the Holocaust is a struggle for many teachers. Finding a way to teach a tragedy of unprecedented magnitude and enduring significance is perplexing even to the most seasoned educator. For more than twenty years the NCCAT Holocaust Education Program has worked to promote Holocaust Education in North Carolina public schools as a part of our continuing effort to promote student understanding of the ways in which our individual and collective actions shape the direction of the present and the world of the future.
Thankful for these teachers in the photo and NCCAT staff who took part in the program "Teaching the Holocaust: Resources and Reflections" in Washington, D.C., November 12-17. This program was made possible by a grant from the Claims Conference- The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.
Appreciate teachers across North Carolina who joined NCCAT in Cullowhee "Gathering of Holocaust Educators" in Cullowhee, NC., April 13-16. This program was also made possible by a grant from the Claims Conference- The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.