|Seminar participants at Yad Vashem,|
whose international teaching branch produces materials
in more than 20 languages.
Photo by Rina Castelnuovo for The New York Times
Seven decades after the Holocaust, with its survivors rapidly dying, the most systematic slaughter in human history is taking on a growing and often unexpected role in education across the globe. Yad Vashem alone, which opened its international teaching branch only in the 1990s, produces material in more than 20 languages, is active in 55 countries and puts on 70 seminars a year for groups of visiting educators. -- Ethan Bronner, NY Times
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