Education at JMM
The Jewish Museum of Maryland invites you and your students to experience the rich vitality of Jewish heritage by visiting our Museum and participating in our school programs. Discover the variety and liveliness of Jewish culture, past and present.
The Jewish Museum offers a variety of programs and tours for school groups, camps, youth groups, college and university students, and after-school programs. We provide both on-site field trip opportunities as well as outreach services. A listing of current school programs is provided below.
School groups are accepted Sunday - Friday, starting at 9:30 am.
Educational Standards at the Museum
The Museum's educational programs are aligned with the Maryland State Curriculum in the areas of social studies and English language arts for students and teachers in grades K-12 . To meet the specific curricular needs of Hebrew day and congregational schools, the Museum works with the Center for Jewish Education. All educational programs promote an experiential approach to learning that take into account different learning styles, student backgrounds, and abilities.
To make reservations for a school program, to confer with JMM education staff, or to get more information, please phone:
Abby Krolik, Visitor Services Coordinator
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