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Take part in our new national study with students!

We are delighted to announce the launch of a new national study with students and are looking for schools to take part. Building on our landmark study about students’ knowledge and understanding of the Holocaust published in 2016, this survey is open to secondary schools across England.

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Continuity and Change: Ten years of teaching about the Holocaust in England's secondary schools

This research, a national study involving over 1,000 secondary school teachers, explores the development of Holocaust education in the decade following the Centre’s landmark 2009 study.

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‘My Hometown’: An International Initiative for Schools

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Take part in our new national study with students!

 

Building on our landmark study about students’ knowledge and understanding of the Holocaust published in 2016, this survey is open to secondary schools across England:

  • Students who complete the survey should have previously learned about the Holocaust at some point while in school.
  • Ideally, we’d like schools to complete the survey online, but we can arrange paper copies if easier.
  • All participating schools will receive a report focused on the findings for their school.
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