StateImpact Indiana: 9/11 in Classrooms

It’s been 10 years since planes struck the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.  That means there’s a generation of children who don’t have memories of September 11th, 2001.  Teachers now have to decide how to teach students about the event – especially when they have their own memories.  StateImpact Indiana’s Ben Skirvin talks with a group of educators about what classrooms were like that day 10 years ago… and how their classes have changed since.

Skirvin — 9/11 in Classrooms

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