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  • Social Studies
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The passing of the James Zadroga Act was a unique bill in American history that provides for the healthcare and compensation to the many thousands of...
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  • Social Studies
  • High School
9/11 changed our society in many ways, but importantly it has had a lasting impact on our foreign policy. Students will become the next generation of...
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  • Social Studies
  • High School
High school students today have little or no memories of 9/11. However, our students have many adults in their lives with vivid memories and stories...
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  • Social Studies
  • High School
Eyewitness accounts, or first-person narratives, are essential to understanding truth in history. As a primary source, this type of perspective is...
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  • Social Studies
  • High School
As many fled the burning towers, thousands rushed in to save the injured. Thousands more ordinary men and women returned to Ground Zero, and for...
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New York DOE
Hank Fellows, a New York City songwriter, wrote three 9/11 songs following the attacks on the World Trade Center. These songs have been performed...
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  • Social Studies
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A simple PowerPoint detailing some of the key points and question raised by the 9 11 attacks. Includes poster material at the end of the PowerPoint.