Jewish Museum Milwaukee Partners with organizations throughout Southeastern Wisconsin to develop connections to at-risk populations.
The Nathan and Esther Pelz Holocaust Education Resource Center
The Nathan and Esther Pelz Holocaust Education Resource Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin is dedicated to Holocaust remembrance, education, and the preservation of the memory of its victims. By teaching about the Holocaust, the Holocaust Education Resource Center aims to promote awareness of the evils of hatred and prejudice and to inspire ethical behavior. JMM partners with HERC to provide students with Holocaust Education an Survivor Speakers.
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Arts @ Large
Since 2001, Arts @ Large has engaged K-12 students in experiential learning that inspires knowledge and transforms education. Our nationally-recognized program uses the arts to cultivate vibrant, inclusive, and innovative school communities where students excel and grow. JMM has partnered with Arts @Large to create innovative installations in exhibits and as part of their Learning on Display program.
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Since 1996 , SHARP Literacy has been providing students with opportunities to develop a wide range of skills – reading, writing, oral communications, research, creating thinking and problem solving – SHARP creates a solid foundation for future learning and success. Based on pre- and post- vocabulary assessments 72% of all SHARP students improve their vocabulary by four or more words. SHARP currently serves approximately 7,000 students in grades K5-5
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