The Centre for Holocaust Education is part of the Institute of Education (IOE), a graduate college of the University of London and the United Kingdom's foremost institution for educational practice, theory and policy.The IOE has more world-class research in education than the rest of the top 10 UK institutions combined, and is a major contributor to educational development worldwide. The IOE's international reach extends to some 100 countries. Our research, consultancy and collaborative partnerships bring us into contact with governments, international and national agencies, institutions and organisations in every continent.
The IOE's Centre for Holocaust Education is leading world-class research on Holocaust education, delivering free professional development for teachers across England, and providing high-quality and effective teaching and learning resources.
Our vision is to be a centre of excellence for schools across England offering extensive support for those engaged in teaching about the Holocaust.
The IOE is guided by principles of excellence in education. All work is underpinned by the latest developments in learning theory and 'cutting edge' research and scholarship in Holocaust education. The programme is also guided by the principles outlined by the intergovernmental International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance for International Cooperation on Holocaust Education, Remembrance and Research (International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance).
For further information about the IOE's Centre for Holocaust Education please contact us. We are very much looking forward to hearing from you.
The Centre for Holocaust Education is part of the world-renowned Institute of Education, University of London, the United Kingdom's leading institute for educational practice, theory and policy. It is jointly funded by Pears Foundation and the Department for Education (DfE).
The programme has been funded for a further three years and will run until September 2015.