For Instructors

"It is generally assumed that today’s American public simply doesn’t care about the complicated and somewhat abstract issues of nuclear weapons and deterrence because they rarely affect people’s lives directly. However, an alternative explanation exists: The American public doesn’t know enough about nuclear weapons to have much political opinion on them, but if they had more knowledge, that could change."

-"Reducing the risk of nuclear war begins in the classroom"

Image by Martin Miller

In this section you will find: syllabus recommendations and lesson plans that can easily be integrated into existing curriculums. 

For more on the importance of teaching WMD issues in the classroom, please read:

"American students aren’t taught nuclear weapons policy in school. Here’s how to fix that problem." 

Created by Jamie Withorne