What We Do

We work in partnership with schools, organizations and communities to design and deliver anti-bias education, both online and in person. When we learn, as individuals, how to challenge bias, discrimination and hate – together, we have the capacity to foster equity and inclusion.

  • Anti-Bias Education
  • Antisemitism Education
  • Holocaust Education
  • Bullying & Cyberbullying Prevention
  • College and University
  • K-12 Schools and Universities
  • Educators, Staff and Students
  • Parents and Families
  • Communities and Organizations 
  • Anti-Bias Education
  • Antisemitism Education
  • Holocaust Education
  • Bullying & Cyberbullying Prevention
  • College and University
  • K-12 Schools and Universities
  • Educators, Staff and Students
  • Parents and Families
  • Communities and Organizations 

Educational Programs

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A World of Difference® Institute

Programs and resources to help participants recognize the harm that bias and bullying can inflict on individuals and society and foster a deeper understanding of the value of diversity.

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No Place for Hate®

A student-inspired school-wide program to create a more equitable and inclusive school climate, catered to a school’s unique culture and needs.

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A digital, interactive course on antisemitism for high school students that helps build empathy and allyship.

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Words to Action®

An interactive education program designed to help Jewish high school and college students examine their identities and be equipped with constructive and effective responses to combat antisemitism and anti-Israel bias.

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Echoes & Reflections

The leading source for Holocaust educational materials and professional learning. We partner with middle and high school educators to support them, amplify their skills and provide resources to teach about the Holocaust in a comprehensive and meaningful way.

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A cross-campus program and framework for students, staff, faculty, administrators and campus safety teams to work together to challenge bias and ensure that inclusion is stronger than hate.

Our Reach: 2022

ADL Education’s goal is to help people of all ages challenge bias, discrimination and systems of oppression.

58,000 +

Students, educators, administrators and staff in K-12 schools participated in our anti-bias programs.

5.5 million +

K-12 students were reached through anti-bullying, anti-bias, antisemitism and Holocaust education programs, receiving tools to take action against bias and bullying in their schools, communities and online.

5,000 +

College and university administrators, faculty and students were provided with ways to address free speech policies and practices, identify and challenge bias and online hate on campus.


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Our collection of K-12 classroom blended and online learning solutions for educators and students promotes critical thinking and learning around historical and current events topics through the lens of diversity, bias and social justice.

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Professional Learning for Educators

Professional learning opportunities, tools and resources to help you build your own skills and teach new ideas around anti-bias and Holocaust education.


Student Learning

Young people can make a difference by challenging bias in themselves, their community and their world. Find out how!

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Books Matter: Children’s & Young Adult Literature

ADL’s collection of books to spark discussion of identity, diversity, bias and social justice, including picture, chapter and young adult books, plus discussion guides for teachers and families for our Monthly Featured Books.

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Anti-Bias Tools & Strategies

Tips, tools, strategies and discussion guides for K-12 educators and students in order to promote anti-bias and culturally responsive learning environments.

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Table Talk: Family Conversations

Tips and strategies for parent and family roundtable discussions with youth about current events and the news of the day.

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Recursos en Español / Resources in Spanish

Educational resources in Spanish for the Latino/a community and individuals who serve the Latino/a community.


Education Webinars & Podcasts

Free webinars and podcasts from leaders in anti-bias and Holocaust education to help assist educators and parents in building inclusive and respectful learning environments.



Calendar of Observances

A calendar to increase your awareness and sensitivity about religious holidays and observances, and ethnic and cultural festivities that may be relevant to students, colleagues and neighbors in your community.

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Pyramid of Hate

A visual guide which illustrates the growing complexity of the prevalence of bias, hate and oppression in our society.

Contact ADL Education Staff

Learn more about our programs, trainings and educational services in your area.


This work is made possible in part by the generous support of

  • Bank of America

  • The Choose Kindness Project

  • Coca-Cola Foundation

  • Abe and Ida Cooper Foundation

  • Drs. Sharon and Kenny Fried

  • Eileen Ludwig Greenland

  • Northrop Grumman

  • Yossie and Dana Hollander

  • L'Oreal USA, Inc.

  • Howard and Geraldine Polinger Family Foundation

  • SNCF Americas

  • S&P Global Foundation