Students who were born afterwards, visit the 9/11 museum to learn more about the attacks.


Teachers are finding ways to teach current high school students about the 9/11 terror attacks. And many of them weren’t even born yet when the towers fell.

River Dell High School in Oradell, New Jersey took students to the 9/11 museum in New York city.

The educational plan was pioneered by the school’s social studies supervisor Lisa Torres.

Torres worked with 9/11 family members to develop a curriculum.

Additionally educators took special training at the museum to re-learn the timeline of events.

Torres said many teachers still have some kind of personal connection to the events

Three former river dell students lost their lives in the attacks.

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