Inclusion of 9/11 attacks in classroom lessons varies

In some California schools, teachers are including the 9/11 terrorist attacks in lessons on poetry, essay-writing, history and government. Teachers say it can be difficult to include 9/11 in the curriculum because of time constraints caused by testing requirements, but "at the same time, we owe it to students to make sure that they are good citizens by the time they graduate," one teacher said.

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