"Tkuma" Institute has experience in organization and conduction of educational events for school and university students, school teachers. In cooperation with the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, regional institutes of advanced teacher training, "Tkuma" Institute organized special system of seminars for improvement of teachers' skills.

"Tkuma" Institute has unique experience in creating textbooks. School History textbooks created by "Tkuma" Institute won All-Ukrainian State Contests and were released in hundreds of thousands of copies.

"Tkuma" Institute effectively cooperates with regional office of Junior Academy of Sciences. On the base of "Tkuma" Institute winter and summer sessions of JAS are conducted. During this events school students have an opportunity to work with the Holocaust museum holdings, consult the Institute and Museum research associates and meet famous Ukrainian and foreign scholars.

On September 29, an open lesson dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the Babyn Yar tragedy was held at the Dnipro Scientific Lyceum of International Relations. Tenth-graders analyzed the causes of the Holocaust and the peculiarities of it in the occupied territory of the USSR. Lyceum director, history teacher Natalia Vlasova organized interactive work of students with the use of innovative educational technologies. The children searched for information on various platforms, prepared to participate in a project to collect evidence of oral history.

On September 24, educational forum “Education of the XXI century: realities and prospects”, organized with the assistance of Rivne City Council was held in Rivne Local Palace of Children and Youth. The event was attended by city teachers and school principals, teachers and managers from other local communities. Iryna Piskarova, head of the educational department of “Tkuma” Institute was invited to tale a part in the event.

On September 9, an educational class on the Holocaust history was held in Lviv, dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the Babyn Yar tragedy. The event was organized by “Tkuma” Institute on the initiative of our partner, Deputy Director of the College Oksana Hryvnyak.

The All-Ukrainian Scientific and Practical Seminar for History Teachers and Methodists “Culture of World War II and the Holocaust Remembrance” dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the Babyn Yar tragedy was held in Kharkiv on August 16-18. The educational event was organized by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, “Tkuma” Ukrainian Institute for Holocaust Studies, Museum “Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine” with the support of the Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance.

On August 03-05, online seminar for Ukrainian educators “Pearls of Yiddish Culture”, organized by the International Yiddish Center of World Jewish Congress in partnership with “Tkuma” Ukrainian Institute for Holocaust Studies was held. History teachers and lecturers, researchers and museum staff from all over Ukraine became participants of the educational program.