9/11 Materials for Teachers
The US Department of Education has created a web page of resources to teach about and remember the events of September 11, 2001. The materials were developed by federal agencies or by organizations receiving federal grants and area served up here, free, for teachers. Resources include lessons about 9/11 and the US Constitution, citizenship, service projects and documenting both 9/11 and its impacts.
Related Tools & Resources
History.com round-up of videos, speeches, timelines, photographs, and more that chronicle the September 11th attacks.
Online round-up of September 11th resources includes video clips, current news, full episodes of related programming, photographs, and more.
A moment-by-moment look at the tragic events of September 11, 2001.
In this special, the former mayor of New York City describes his urgent efforts to establish a safe command post, protect sites such as the Statue of Liberty, marshal medical professionals, and more.
This special episode tells the stories of people who went to work on Sept. 11, 2001, and inadvertently became a part of history, including ticket agents who checked in some of the terrorists and a maintenance worker who intercepted a call from one of the planes under attack.