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AFSA Remembers 9/11

As the nation pauses to observe the anniversary of September 11, 2001, we remember and honor the victims and their families. And we offer our heartfelt gratitude to the first responders and heroes who served on that tragic day and thereafter, and to the educators that selflessly risked their safety and well-being to protect their students. It is difficult to […]

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Education Policies Operating In The Dark

As a principal in an economically troubled city, I learned to expect the unexpected each day when arriving at school: hearing the children buzzing about a horrific incident that occurred over the weekend; checking the faculty list to see the high number of teachers absent and the lack of class coverage their absences created; seeing an irate parent entering the front office; learning the buses would be late; or discovering one of your students had run away from home.

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Remembering 9/11

As we near the 11th anniversary of September 11, we pause to remember the victims and their families, and to honor the first responders and heroes who served on that tragic day and thereafter. As educators, it is vital that we keep sacred in our hearts and in our classrooms the day that forever altered the lives of so many. We encourage you to participate and attend commemorative events in your area and to share your stories, comments and experiences with us, as well as with your colleagues and students.

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Remembering 9/11

As we near the 10th anniversary of September 11, we pause to remember the victims and their families, and to honor the first responders and heroes who served on that tragic day and thereafter. As educators, it is vital that we keep sacred in our hearts and in our classrooms the day that forever altered the lives of so many. We encourage you to participate and attend commemorative events in your area and to share your stories, comments and experiences with us, as well as with your colleagues and students.

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