Teachers take various approaches to Sept. 11 in the classroom

Teachers in classrooms across the country took varied approaches to the 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, with variations depending on the age of students. Sandra Bastianelli, an elementary-school teacher in Boston, read a picture book to a second-grade student. In Connecticut, middle-school history teacher Greg Gubitosi showed video clips and led talks that focused on heroes, and students wrote a paragraph on the topic "What Is A Hero?" In Virginia, high-school seniors in Richard Ambler's government class discussed civic responsibility and the roles of government.

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