Teaching the HOLOCAUST

Alabama’s educators are guardians of memory, connecting students with the lessons and legacies of the past.

But teaching dark topics isn’t easy.

The Alabama Holocaust Education Center is proud to connect educators with the innovative, in-depth tools they need to teach the Holocaust to the next generation. From accessible classroom resources to immersive teacher workshops, we provide leading resources to leading educators.

Together, we remember the past and transform the future.

Classroom Resources


Browse our rich library of classroom resources, tailored specifically for teachers. Our collection includes ready-made PowerPoints, a searchable curricula database, and a collection of the best Holocaust research materials, all in one place. Whether you’re looking for survivor testimonies or a breakdown of European antisemitism, our classroom resources are here to guide you. 

Professional Development


The AHEC is proud to offer rich professional development opportunities for educators. Our Teacher Cadre connects like-minded educators from around the state, offering the chance to network and share best practices. 

In addition, we offer regular workshops with leading Holocaust scholars, free to all Alabama educators. We train you to be specialists in your field, with interactive access to experts.

All of our teacher workshops offer PowerSchool credit, a certificate of achievement, and substitute reimbursement.

To learn more about our previous teacher workshops, click here