Category Archives: U.S. history

Educator Voice: My love-hate relationship with Constitution Day

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A wall stating the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution is seen on the recently closed Newseum, in Washington, U.S., February 21, 2021. REUTERS/Al Drago…read more

Educator Voice: Teachers discuss teaching plans and experiences from 9/11

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Educator Lisa Kapp of St. Ann’s in Brooklyn. September 11 was just her second day of teaching and she watched the attack from her office.…read more

Educator Voice: Twenty years after 9/11, this NYC teacher pushes for “health of all survivors” — including her own students

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The creators and original cast of with their eyes: September 11th — the view from a high school at ground zero. Front row: Chantelle Williams, Cathy…read more

Educator Voice: The ever-evolving ways I’ve taught about 9-11 over the past 20 years

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Sari Beth Rosenberg, New York City history teacher, teaching a lesson about September 11th 20 years ago. Rosenberg started her 20th year teaching this year…read more

The 9/11 anniversary in the classroom

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  Teaching the events and aftermath of the 20th anniversary of 9/11 can be challenging because of the complex emotions it stirs up in both…read more

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