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2022 Antisemitism in Schools Survey

Survey Objective

In August 2020, JCRB|AJC conducted its first-ever “Antisemitism in Schools” survey to gain a greater understanding of how Jewish students experienced antisemitism in their schools.

With our second “Antisemitism in Schools” survey, JCRB|AJC seeks an updated understanding of what antisemitism in schools looks like for Jewish students in 2022 so that we can continue to support our community and target our proactive education efforts.


All Jewish students in grades 6-12 (as well as class of 2022 high school graduates) from Kansas and Western Missouri are invited to participate in this survey. Only one survey response is allowed per student.

The survey deadline is September 28, 2022.

The survey is open to all Jewish students, whether or not you have personally experienced antisemitism. All answers will help us to better understand the prevalence of antisemitism in schools and other issues that Jewish students may face. 

This survey will take approximately 10-12 minutes.

Information provided will be kept strictly confidential, however, data and anonymous responses may be shared publicly.

We will not contact you regarding your answers. We will contact you if you are selected as a winner of one of the raffle prizes:

  • $50 Amazon eGift Card - 2 winners
  • $25 Amazon eGift Card - 4 winners
  • $15 Amazon eGift Card - 6 winners 

If you have any questions or would like to further discuss your experiences as a Jewish student with JCRB|AJC, please email JCRB|AJC's Director of Education and Programs, Sarah Markowitz, at Learn more about JCRB|AJC's work with schools and students here

Additional Resources and Opportunities for Students 

Are you a Jewish student leader in grades 10-12? We are currently accepting applications from high school sophomores, juniors, or seniors for the 2022-2023 KC Leaders for Tomorrow (LFT) Cohort, beginning in November 2022. LFT is designed to empower the next generation of young Jewish leaders to advocate on behalf of the Jewish people and Israel. Learn more and apply here. The application deadline is September 16.

Want to learn more about antisemitism and Israel? JCRB|AJC's Resources for Students document has specially-curated resources, including recommended Instagram accounts, strategies for responding to antisemitism, and tips on having conversations about Israel.

Have you experienced or witnessed antisemitism at school? In the future, we hope you feel comfortable reporting the incident to JCRB|AJC via our online student incident report form or by emailing JCRB|AJC's Director of Education and Programs, Sarah Markowitz, at

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