A survey of teachers experiences and perceptions in relation to teaching about the Holocaust
The survey’s principal objective was that of charting whether, and to what extent, the attitudes of different actors in schools – teachers, school managements, students and parents – create and maintain opposition to teaching and learning about the Holocaust.
The data on which this report is based were collected in 2007 by means of a postal questionnaire sent to 10,000 teachers working in years 4-9 of the compulsory school system, and at upper secondary schools (i.e. schools of further education). Statistics Sweden (SCB) conducted the survey on the commission of the Living History Forum.
This report is written by Anders Lange and was published in 2008.
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