Holocaust Education


Does 'Holocaust Education' have an effect on pupils' citizenship values and attitudes? This 72–page research aims to examine whether teaching the Holocaust, in the upper primary, either as part of a study on World War 2 or as a topic on its own, has an impact, both immediate and longer term, on pupils' citizenship values and attitudes, and particularly those values and attitudes relating to various minority or disadvantaged groups. Folder: Leadership Briefings Issue 12

DATE: 01/01/1970
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