As an educational institution, the Museum is committed to serving students and instructors from a broad spectrum of schools.

The Museum offers a range of meaningful programs and resources: guided class visits led by trained Gallery Educators, pre- and post-visit curriculum materials, classroom speakers, and educator training workshops — all designed to integrate the Museum visit into the process of classroom learning.  A variety of online learning tools help students and teachers explore history and heritage.

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Please click here for more information about how our curricula and programs meet the Common Core standards.


TOP LEFT: Interns learn how to teach about artifacts. Photo by Melanie Einzig. TOP RIGHT: A Holocaust survivor speaks to students on Yom HaShoah. Photo by Melanie Einzig.

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