How One School Stands Up to Cyberbullying

Bullying—repeated aggressive behavior with an intent to hurt another person physically, socially, or mentally—is characterized by an imbalance of power between an instigator and a victim. As classroom educators, we know that bullying takes place in many places, from classrooms to online settings.

A makeshift memorial remembering the fighters of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.

How Do We Remember and Study Holocaust History?

This week, Daniel and Deb from our Facing History Program Tech team, along with several other Facing History staff and board members, are traveling in Poland as part of a learning trip. Over the course of nine days, they are exploring questions about history, memory, and legacy that are at the core of …


Four Resources to Mark Holocaust Remembrance Day in Your Classroom

April 28 is Holocaust Remembrance Day, or Yom HaShoah. We have put together what we hope will be a useful collection of resources for you to share with your students as you observe this important day. Our Holocaust Resource Collection includes links to lessons, units, publications (such as Facing History’s Facing …


Upcoming Webinar: Defeating the Culture of Bullying in Your School

On April 9, Facing History hosts journalist Emily Bazelon and educator Meredith Gavrin in a free one-hour webinar on issues related to bullying, identity, and creating safe school environments. Register today. Bazelon, a senior editor at Slate and a contributing writer at the New York Times Magazine, is the author …