Holocaust Education in the Czech Republic, 1989-2002
he issue of the Holocaust in Czech education has undergone profound changes since 1989. While the topic was still widely ignored in Czech textbooks and school instruction during the early 1990s, it has slowly become--in the last few years--a standard part of history lessons and newer textbooks. Teacher training courses, as well as other activities, have served to promote and support Holocaust education. The paper also illuminates the difficulties that Czech historians and educators encounter when they try to incorporate the topic of the Holocaust into Czech history lessons, especially when they wish to address Czech anti-Semitism and racism. Further improvement of Holocaust education in the Czech Republic will depend on reforming Czech teaching and instruction in such a way that more modern teaching methods are adopted.
Antisemitism Holocaust Education Main Topic: Holocaust and Memorial Schools: Non-Jewish Teaching and Pedagogy
Link to article (paywalled), Holocaust Education in the Czech Republic, 1989-2002
Holocaust Education in the Czech Republic, 1989-2002. 2003: 177-189. https://archive.jpr.org.uk/10.1080/14675980304565