|Editor||P. Cunningham & N. Fretwell, Lifelong Learning and Active Citizenship|
In this paper I draw upon data collected as part of a national study of current practice in Holocaust education within English secondary schools. The paper emphasises the importance placed by teachers from a variety of subject backgrounds upon study of the Holocaust as an opportunity to explore citizenship related and antiracist concerns. However, the paper also identifies and discusses a number of potential challenges and possible limitations apparent in this approach.