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Ten Years After 9/11

President Obama talks with Kid Reporters about anniversary of attacks

By Jacob Schroeder and Topanga Sena | August 23 , 2011

Scholastic News Kid Reporters Jacob Schroeder and Topanga Sena recently sat down with President Barack Obama for an exclusive back-to-school interview at the White House.

In this excerpt, the President talks about 9/11 as the nation prepares to observe the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

president obama 9/11 video
 

 
To watch the rest of the Kid Reporter interview with President Obama, visit scholastic.com/president .

9/11: TEN YEARS LATER

The Scholastic News Kids Press Corps marks the tenth anniversary of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on New York, Washington, and Pennsylvania with the 9/11: Ten Years Later Special Report.

NEWS FOR KIDS, BY KIDS

Get the latest on national and international events, movies, television, music, sports, and more from the Scholastic News Kids Press Corps.

About the Author

Jacob Schroeder is a member of the Scholastic Kids Press Corps,

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