Teachers nationwide find lessons in JFK's assassination

In recognition of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, schools nationwide are integrating the historic event into classroom lessons. A Wisconsin high-school teacher is using the event to teach students about writing and critical thinking. A Virginia educator said he planned to teach the facts of the incident and potentially address the conspiracy theories. However, an educator at a California school named after Kennedy said it's possible the effect of JFK and his legacy are lost on today's students.

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