National Memorial, National Classroom

The memorial is committed to the nation's youngest citizens and future stewards. The coming years will be a period of growth and change at the memorial and in its role as place of learning. Guiding students to a deeper understanding of September 11 is not easy, but we are committed to working together to educate and inspire. Please check back as we expand our resources and programing.

Features

Planning a class trip?

Planning a class trip?

Are you planning a class trip to see the memorial? Follow this link to our Fees and Reservation page to start the process.

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Free online conference for K-12 teachers

Free online conference for K-12 teachers

Designed to provide educators with resources and strategies for addressing the September 11, the recorded conference sessions are available online.

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September 11 Forum:  Impact on Young Childern

September 11 Forum: Impact on Young Childern

In October 2011, family members, National Park Service staff, teachers, and scholars came together to discuss the impact of 9/11 on young children.

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Virtual Tour videos

Explore the virtual tour

Learn about Flight 93, the passengers and crew, and tour the memorial all from your own classroom

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Learning Center Without Walls videos

Learning Center Without Walls

2012 Speaker Series Videos - Journalists, FBI agents, teachers, and U.S. Capitol employees reflect on their 9/11 experiences

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Cell Phone Tour

Dial and Discover

Discover the cell phone tour. Call and listen to audio. Explore the new mobile site with your smart phone. *NEW addition - Design Tour!*

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Image taken 1.5 miles from the crash site just minutes after the crash.

The Flight 93 Story

Why is a common field now a field of honor? Explore the story of Flight 93 in more depth.

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