- Promotes an interdisciplinary approach to teaching about the Holocaust to today's students.
- Addresses academic standards-including Common Core State Standards-using informational texts and primary source documents.
- Incorporates compelling visual history testimony into ten multi-part and modular lessons to engage students in the lives of survivors, rescuers, liberators, and other witnesses of the Holocaust.
- Combines the experience and resources of three world leaders in education: the Anti-Defamation League, USC Shoah Foundation, and Yad Vashem.
When & Where
From its inception, KET’s statewide network was seen as a means of overcoming geographic barriers and educating young people. Today that early spirit of exploration and innovation continues to flourish as KET seeks to serve learners of all ages through means that go far beyond TV and computer screens—merely the tools for delivering educational resources to the people of Kentucky. KET is committed to providing the programs and services that teachers, students, and viewers need, in the ways that suit them best.