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September 11, 2011 marks the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. When does the recent past become history? [...] »

Want to know both sides of an issue? Check out these debate websites! [...] »

Eighth-grade U.S. history teacher Elizabeth Schaefer introduces students to interview techniques and historical thinking with a lesson on 9/11. [...] »

Every town has a scattering of historical markers and statues. Discover what they really mean! [...] »

Are classroom discussions about winning the argument or about understanding alternative positions? [...] »

One high school teacher suggests teaching 9/11 and the Barbary pirates in comparison with each other. [...] »

Edward Turzanski sums up what he believes students should be taught about the War on Terrorism [...] »

The Foreign Policy Research Institute considers 9/11 and presidential leadership following the attack as teachable subjects. [...] »

 
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