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    Sept. 11 Curriculum Makes its Way to N.J. Schools

    by  • September 26, 2011 • News • 0 Comments

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    By COURTNEY LEIVA, JILLIAN PARKER and MIKE DRURY
    Although she lost no one that  September morning, Donna Gaffney remembers the anxiety she felt when she realized that her son who worked in buildings surrounding the World Trade Center, was missing for four hours.
    “I was in Michigan when I heard the news, my son worked in one […]

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    The 9/11 Generation Reflects on Sept. 11 a Decade Later

    by  • September 19, 2011 • News • 0 Comments

    Pete Negron speaks about his father, Peter Negron, at this year's September 11 Memorial. Peter Negron worked on the 88th floor of the north tower. The picture on the left is Pete from 2003, and the one on the right is from this year, now 21 years old. -photo by Luiz C. Ribeiro/Pool/Getty Images; ABC News

    By JOE CARLSON, EILEEN TRACY and LAUREN MENNEN
    The terror attacks on the World Trade Center on Sept. 11 reshaped America’s sense of security, but more specifically, it impacted the next generation of leaders’ views on safety, terrorism and patriotism.
    This new generation, called Millennials, generally consists of those born around 1980 up until 2005. Millennials are […]

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