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Teaching Sept. 11

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Teaching Sept. 11

Teaching Sept. 11

Teaching Sept. 11

Only Available in Archive Formats.


Gerald Newberry
*Director, Health Information Network, National Education Association (NEA)

Krista Kafer
*Senior Policy Analyst, Heritage Foundation (school choice, education standards and testing, charter schools, federal education programs)

Liz Morrison
*Teaches American Government & History Classes at Parkway South High School in Manchester, Mo., just outside of St. Louis.

Frank Zenere
*School Psychologist & Crisis Management Specialist, Miami-Dade County Public Schools
*Member, National Association of School Psychologists

The National Education Association has posted a lesson plan on its website about teaching Sept.11. Their design for educating kids about the terrorist attacks has come under fire. What do you want your kids to learn in school about September 11th? And how do we teach about it? Join Neal Conan for this hour's Talk of the Nation from NPR News.



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