HOLOCAUST Florida State Statute-1003.42
This history of the Holocaust (1933-1945), the systematic, planned annihilation of European Jews and other groups by Nazi Germany, a watershed event in the history of humanity, to be taught in a manner that leads to an investigation of human behavior, an understanding of the ramifications of prejudice, racism, and stereotyping, and an examination of what it means to be a responsible and respectful person, for the purposes of encouraging tolerance of diversity in a pluralistic society and for nurturing and protecting democratic values and institutions.
Coming Soon: Holocaust DBQ Project!
For more information on our Holocaust resources contact:
Maureen Carter, Program Planner
K-12 Holocaust Studies
561-434-8933 / PX 48933
K-12 Curriculum Department
3300 Forest Hill Blvd. C-216
West Palm Beach, Florida 33406
561-434-8933 PX: 48933
OPPORTUNITIES AND RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS:
- Get your students involved: HISTORY UNFOLDED
- Holocaust Opportunities
- Teacher's Request for Holocaust Speaker
- Kristallnacht Readings
- Yad Vashem
- Centropa: www.centropa.org
- The Florida Holocaust Museum
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
- The Jewish Foundation for the Righteous
- The Center for Holocaust and Human Rights Education at FAU
Teachers will be able to receive a free curriculum after attending a three hour training session!