The Holocaust Commission’s Biennial Educators’ Conferences continue their tradition of enabling teachers, administrators, student advocates, historians, and humanitarians to better understand, and, in turn, more effectively teach and impact others about one of the most tragic and significant events in the history of humankind. 

As in previous years, conferences will provide participants with a unique opportunity and techniques to be a catalyst for change—instilling knowledge, respect, empathy, and accountability in students and the learning environment. 

Next Conference - Summer of 2019! Watch this space for more information.

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The Holocaust Commission Educators’ Conferences for elementary, middle, and high school public and private school educators, in addition to all other student advocates, are offered biennially.

Bringing nationally recognized speakers, authors, and human rights experts to the Tidewater area, these conferences equip educators with practical and advanced skills that address challenging contemporary issues.

Conference topics range from intolerance and prejudice, to dealing with social media and cyberbullying. Emphasis is placed on the “SOL Connection,” and those attending receive educational professional development hours.

Through generous funding from the Sam and Reba Sandler Family Foundation and the hard work of Holocaust Commission volunteers and donors, the conferences are affordable and leave a lasting impact on all participants.

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