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Background and Resources for Students - As the busy school year begins, many of us are thinking of how we can include the upcoming 20th anniversary of 9-11 in our curriculum. Memorial events will be held all over the country and be widely covered in the news this weekend. Attached you will find a brochure on Afghanistan, and a ready-made curriculum worksheet for students as they watch the webinar:

SATURDAY Sept. 11 WEBINAR

 The curriculum was designed for high school students, but can be adapted.

***PARTICIPANTS MUST REGISTER**

It is our hope that young people across the country are exposed to, and part of the conversation about 9-11, its causes, its aftermath and a vision of where we go from here. 

TEACHERS and STUDENTS: There is also a Downloadable Student Worksheet Available for this resource on Google Docs

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