Record number of students visit the Sydney Jewish Museum

December 18, 2012 by J-Wire Staff
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The Sydney Jewish Museum has reported that a record number of students have visited its exhibitions this year.


Museum visitor

Museum visitor

17,765 students from primary, secondary and tertiary  schools and universities all over Sydney and both inter and intra-State  participated in educational programs at the Sydney Jewish Museum.

“The number has increased significantly this year… up by almost 1,000 on 2011” reports Norman Seligman, CEO of the Museum.  Each school group listened to one of the Museums’ Survivor guides – and the message remains the same:  to engage each and every student, teach the lessons of the Holocaust, to learn about genocide and above all, to remind the students,  “never again”!

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