Flight 93 National Memorial - A National Park and a National Classroom.
The memorial is committed to the nation's youngest citizens and future stewards. The coming years will witness the memorial change and grow. So too, will the memorial's role as a learning place and classroom. Guiding students to a deeper understanding of the September 11 story is not easy. New challenges will arise as the nation moves further from September 11, 2001. Flight 93 National Memorial is committed to partnering with educators in the effort to remember, educate and inspire future generations.
Please check back often as new resources will be added.
Current Educator Resources
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Flight 93 National Memorial, in partnership with the Friends of Flight 93, The Fred Rodgers Company, St. Vincent College and Fred Rodgers Center for Early Learning and Children's Media, held a forum at St. Vincent College in Latrobe, PA on Thursday, October 6, 2011.
The September 11 Forum addressed how parents, educators, student-teachers and community workers can respond to the potential concerns of children ages 5-9. Principles and concepts presented can also be applied to other difficult situations such as grief, loss, and tragic news.View videos of forum sessions
Did You Know?
Flight 93 National Memorial has now collected oral histories from more than 740 people with direct connection to Flight 93.