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Bring the 9/11 Tribute Museum to your classroom or home!

Provide your students with an unforgettable and powerful educational experience with the 9/11 Tribute Museum’s Distance Learning program. This comprehensive, interactive program connects your students with 9/11 survivors, first responders and other members of the 9/11 community for a historical overview of September 11, 2001 centered around the personal 9/11 story of the guide. Students are able to fully engage with each guide and forge a connection that will last a lifetime.

Aligned to many Common Core standards, we can work with you to provide your students with a meaningful experience with one of our Guides customized for your curriculum. Programs are adapted for many subjects including social studies, English language arts, ethics, character development, community service, and health.

9/11 Tribute Museum guides/speakers are 9/11 survivors, first responders, recovery workers, family members who lost a loved one and Lower Manhattan residents/workers displaced by the attacks. 

Suitable for grades 4-12, collegiate and post-graduate.

The 9/11 Tribute Museum’s Distance Learning programs are held on ZOOM and are moderated by a member of Tribute Museum staff.

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