ADL’s Education Department provides educational programs, training and resources for grades PreK-12 and college/university settings. Our anti-bias and bullying prevention programs assist educators and students in understanding and challenging bias and building ally behaviors. Our work in confronting anti-Semitism empowers young people with constructive responses to combat anti-Semitism. We also have programs and resources to help students explore and critically reflect on the lessons of the Holocaust.


A World of Difference® Institute

Anti-bias and bullying prevention
school-wide programs, workshops
for students of all ages and
professional development
workshops for educators,
counselors and administrators


No Place for Hate®

Anti-bias and bullying prevention
school climate improvement
framework engages school
communities in creating
respectful, inclusive


Words to Action

Education programs to empower
middle, high school and college
students to effectively respond to
anti-Semitism and anti-Israel


Bullying and Cyberbullying Workshops

Bullying and Cyberbullying
prevention workshops and
programs provide a
comprehensive approach to
prevent and intervene against
name-calling, bullying and


Holocaust Education

Holocaust Education programs
provide education and resources
to help educators and students
study the history of the Holocaust.



BINAH – Building Insights to
Navigate Antisemitism and Hate –
is a digital, interactive course for
high school students that helps
build empathy and allyship.