Perri Feldman


At Bronx Science, A Different Kind Of Lab

Students train to become Holocaust educators at the elite public high school’s unusual museum.

Staff Writer
The entryway of The Bronx High School of Science is dominated by an enormous, tiled mural depicting scientists and their empirical discoveries, along with a quotation by the famous philosopher and education reformer John Dewey: “Every great advance in science has issued from a new audacity of imagination.” But in the case of the only Holocaust museum located within a New York City public school, imagination accounts for more than just scientific advancement.
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