Elementary, middle, and high school curricula can have a powerful impact on students and have been used as a channel for activists to insert anti-Israel and antisemitic bias. Vulnerable students are yet unequipped to counter this misinformation. CAMERA monitors, exposes and counters such detrimental content.

News and commentary

  • Brown University’s Choices Curriculum is a Platform for an Anti-Zionist Narrative

    CAMERA – CAMERA has just published its investigation of the Choices Program’s curriculum pertaining to Zionism, Israel and the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. Replete with historical revisionism and anti-Zionist tropes ,it whitewashes Palestinian aggression and terrorism, erases Hamas’ stated goals and genocidal intent and portrays the existence of the Jewish state as illegitimate. Such a curriculum can only fuel the growing antisemitism in U.S. classrooms.

  • NYC Pre-K Teacher Pushes Anti-Israel Agenda with Lessons about ‘Land Theft, Displacement and Ethnic Cleansing’

    New York Post – A Manhattan pre-K teacher is spreading anti-Israel hate to the city’s youngest learners – and offering parents and teachers tips to indoctrinate kids to her left-wing agenda, educators and insiders told The Post.

  • Unmasking Hatred in Schools: Anti-Semitism in Ethnic Studies

    CAMERA – In another revealing exposé, CAMERA uncovers the frightening direction of Liberated Ethnic Studies to poison the minds of young Americans towards the Jewish state and its supporters.

  • Insidious Antisemitism in K-12 Schools

    Washington Examiner – There is growing concern about the spread of Israel-vilification and antisemitic incitement within educational institutions, particularly K-12 schools.  Highlights of incidents and developments are related to these concerns, including actions taken by student organizations, curricular issues, and the involvement of teachers’ unions.

  • Rethinking Schools Needs a Rethink on Israel

    CAMERA – While Rethinking Schools expresses a commitment “to teaching and working for the dignity of all peoples,” teaching and working for the dignity of Israelis seems not to concern Rethinking Schools all that much.

  • Holocaust Education Alone Won’t Counter Antisemitism

    JNS – In the struggle against Jew-hatred camouflaged by scholastic acceptance of anti-Zionism and a campaign for “social justice” for Palestinian Arabs, local schools are part of the battlefield.  Those fighting antisemitism must expand their field of vision. Begin with Holocaust education, to be sure. But do not stop there. ‘Holocaust inversion’ and defamation of Israel must also be combatted.

  • Ethnic Studies Activists Push Anti-Israel Content Into Schools

    CAMERA – CAMERA exposes the anti-Zionist agenda of Liberated Ethnic Studies (LES) with information provided by attendees at educator workshops and webinars conducted by LES organizers where teachers are encouraged to cast Jews, Zionism and the state of Israel as enemies of progress and oppressors.

  • CAMERA Op-Ed: BLM Indoctrinates K-12 Students With Anti-Zionism

    New York Post – The Black Lives Matter movement has given rise to a BLM at School coalition to transform US classrooms into “incubators for inclusivity, equity, and justice.”   It includes resources that vilify Zionists and encourage students to join the anti-Semitic BDS movement.

  • East Bay High School Teacher Called Out for Antisemitic Lessons

    J Weekly –  At a school board meeting, several faculty and students spoke out against a 10th grade English teacher who gave out antisemitic conspiracy material. The school district had previously announced that it would continue to supplement the state’s required ethnic studies curriculum with material from the Liberated Ethnic Studies Consortium.

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