DOES HOLOCAUST EDUCATION MAKE A DIFFERENCE? FINDINGS FROM ECHOES & REFLECTIONS 2020 NATIONAL SURVEY OF COLLEGE STUDENTS
Can Holocaust education make a difference in young people’s attitudes, beliefs, or behaviors as they move into adulthood? At Echoes & Reflections, we have long been eager to understand the downstream effects of exposure to Holocaust education on students. Last year, we commissioned Lucid Collaborative LLC, with oversight by evaluation experts from USC Shoah Foundation at the University of Southern California, to administer a survey to a nationally representative sample of U.S. undergraduate students. The results are encouraging!
Join us for a special briefing to see what we learned and discuss its implications for educational practice and program development.
During this briefing, Echoes & Reflections Managing Director, Lindsay J. Friedman, will discuss these findings with USC Shoah Foundation’s Director of Education and Evaluation, Dr. Claudia Wiedeman and Emma Naughton, founder of Lucid Collaborative.
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