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Recent News. Make a donation. Holocaust Education in the UK. The National Curriculum In England, by law children are to be taught about the Holocaust as part of the Key Stage 3 History curriculum ; in fact, the Holocaust is the only historical event whose study is compulsory on the National Curriculum. Subjects Most students learn about the Holocaust in History but also in a variety of other subjects.
US Sen. Ron Wyden of Oregon applauded the legislation's passage on Twitter Monday. Thanks to the relentless advocacy of my late friend Alter Wiener and the students who continued his fight after he passed.
Glad this powerful educational legacy will live on," the Democrat tweeted. The push for Holocaust education in schools has expanded in recent years as the United States has seen a rise in anti-Semitic violent attacks including two deadly synagogue attacks which occurred within months of each other.
According to the Anti Defamation League, as of February, 11 states have developed laws mandating Holocaust education and other states have recommended including Holocaust education themes in school curriculum. Carolyn B. Maloney, a Democrat, and Elise Stefanik, a Republican, both of New York, introduced federal legislation in January that would create a grant program to provide teachers across the US with resources to teach about the Holocaust in their classrooms. The bill has not yet had a vote on the floor of the House of Representatives.