Gen Zer learns about 9/11 from ground zero first responder grandmother | USA TODAY


Megan Carr, 13, first heard about 9/11 in the fourth-grade and discovered her grandmother responded to the attacks as an an officer with the NYPD .
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Children born after 2001 do not have their own memories of the 9/11 attacks, but instead are learning about the tragedy in school. Through a fourth-grade project, Megan Carr, now 13, discovered that her own grandmother was a 9/11 first responder at ground zero.

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