Revised in 2018, this one-week curriculum introduces students to the history of the Holocaust and the choices of individuals, groups, and nations that contributed to genocide.
With help from a Margot Stern Strom Innovation Grant, a teacher turns a dream into reality.
Read Cicada's scholarship-winning essay from Facing History's 2017 "Making Choices in Today's World" student essay contest. Cicada explores themes of gender and exclusion in their own life and To Kill a Mockingbird.
Read a scholarship winning essay from our 2017 "Making Choices in Today's World" student essay contest. Student author Ewurakua shares her family's personal experiences with racism and discrimination in their own community and draws connections to the novel To kill a Mockingbird.
For educators in international schools, like Humanities teacher Ann Whiting, online courses provide an opportunity to discover new publications, teaching methods, and other educators. Read her story.
In the wake of Freddie Gray’s death, a Baltimore teacher finds Facing History tools and resources essential in creating the safe space for students to discuss the painful local events around them.
Teach an in-depth study of Holocaust and Human Behavior with this one-month outline that follows Facing History’s unique scope and sequence and makes this history relevant in students’ lives and our world today.