Civics Resources for 9/11

9/11 has impacted almost every aspect of American society, from national security to personal privacy.  Below is a short list of 9/11 resources. How has the legacy of 9/11 affected your classroom/educational program?  Share your thoughts in the comments.

9/11 Memorial and Museum (NYC) | Lesson Plans

AmeriCorps: September 11 National Day of Service and Remembrance

Center for Civic Education: 9/11 and the Constitution

Facing History & Ourselves: 6 Resources for Teaching About 9/11

LOC: Today in History: 9/11

Migration Policy Institute: Two Decades after 9/11, National Security Focus Still Dominates U.S. Immigration System

PBS: Lesson plan: 9/11 — Ways to reflect on the day’s legacy

Pew Research Center: Two Decades Later, the Enduring Legacy of 9/11

National Archives: Remembering 9/11

National Geographic: 9/11: One Day in America

NPR: For a new generation of Marines, 9/11 is history

NPS: Flight 93 | Teach to Remember

NY Times: 10 Ways to Teach About 9/11 With The New York Times

Share America: Americans across the country remember September 11 (photo gallery) Preparing the Oath September 11, 2001 (video)

Smithsonian: The National September 11 Collection

StoryCorps: September 11th (video playlist)

this i believe: Reflections on 9/11

TSA: 9/11: As Events Unfold (video)

US DOD: The National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial

US Census: Patriot Day and National Day of Service and Remembrance: September 11, 2023 (interesting stats about careers in Security and Emergency Management)

UW Madison: Teaching 9/11 and the War on Terror Beyond the Twentieth Anniversary: A Resource Guide for Teachers and Educators

VOA News: US Observes Anniversary of September 11 Attacks