September 11, 2001 was a seminal day for NASP, as it was for many of our members and much of the country. Nearly one third of our members were in middle or high school at the time. Others helped lead their schools through that difficult day and the weeks that followed. A lot has happened in the 10 years since. We are interested in your thoughts and observations about 9-11, and how risk and resilience have shaped your views, your work, and/or the children and families you serve. Share whatever strikes you: a memory, a story, a suggestion, or a hope for the future.
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