Six years after the 9/11, the attacks are taking their place in history. We talk with teachers around the state about how they present the facts of that day to their students and how that lessons changes as students’ memories of the event grow dimmer.
Also, a conversation with Don and Sally Goodrich of Bennington. Their son Peter was on the second plane that struck the World Trade Center, and now the Goodriches are speaking out on transportation security. And a group of 104 immigrants marked the anniversary in a special way: they became new citizens of the United States at a special Statehouse ceremony.