Connecting the Past with Today: Studying the Plight of Jewish Refugees during the Holocaust (Oct. 24)

Connecting the Past with Today is a unique, one-day workshop for secondary teachers presented by the San Diego County Office of Education, in partnership with Echoes & Reflections and the Anti-Defamation League. As the world struggles with the largest refugee crisis since World War II, Connecting the Past with Today can help teachers work with students to build understanding of the crisis by studying the Holocaust.

Title          Connecting the Past with Today: Studying the Plight of Jewish Refugees during the Holocaust
Date(s)      Oct 24, 2017
Time         8:30 am - 2:30 pm
                Coffee and continental breakfast starts at 8:00
Audience    Secondary teachers
Partners     Anti Defamation League, Echoes & Reflections
Included     Continental breakfast & lunch
Price          $ 50.00 per individual

For detailed information and registration information, please access our website.