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9/11 Memorial: Teach + Learn

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A variety of materials are available from the National September 11 Memorial and Museum to help teachers address issues surrounding 9/11 with students of different ages, including teaching guides on Tribute Art and volunteerism, as well as a list of FAQs and answers that can inform lessons or be shared with students. For students, there is a timeline, a history of the World Trade Center, and information about the rescue and recovery efforts which took place. The site also offers information about the Memorial and Museum.

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