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What’s New in ADL EDU?

  • October 5, 2021

Welcome to “What’s New in ADL EDU?”, a monthly column highlighting some of the engaging and timely programs, webinars, research and more from the ADL Education team. To explore our full collection of educational materials and resources, click here:

  • Join ADL on Wednesday, October 13 at 3 PM MT for a special Conversation and Read Aloud with Kelly Yang, our next “Changing the World One Word at a Time” national read aloud event. Kelly Yang is a New York Times best-selling author of Front Desk, Three Keys, Room to Dream and Parachutes. By registering, you will have a chance to win one of Kelly’s signed books! Register here.
  • October is Bullying Prevention Month! Our page on National Bullying Prevention Month offers lesson plans, teaching tools, children’s literature and other resources to help young people engage in discussions of bullying in homes and classrooms in October and beyond.
  • Ninety-seven million Americans play online multiplayer games. While virtually all players surveyed in ADL’s third annual report on experiences in online games appreciated the social connectivity of gaming, an alarmingly large majority continue to encounter a firehose of hate and harassment, including an astounding 60% of gamers ages 13-17 that experienced harassment in online multiplayer games—representing nearly 14 million young people. ADL’s new Table Talk –  Bias and Hate in Online Games – provides background information, discussion questions and action ideas for engaging families in a discussion about hate and harassment in online games using the data from the new CTS report on young peoples’ online gaming experiences.