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Remembrance: Teaching September 11

reviews websites for teaching about September 11, 2001. Find 911 reports, documents, and a digital archive; lessons and learning activities; teacher reflections on 911; information about terrorist acts and organizations, famous trials, and presidential leadership in times of crisis; and more. (National History Education Clearinghouse, Department of Education)

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Interesting Fact:

Some students in class today may have clear memories of the events of September 11, 2001. Some may have vague memories. Others may have been born years after the attacks. The 10th anniversary of 9/11 presents an opportunity for educators to explore with students what it means to experience history.
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