Schools in seven states will be trying a new curriculum this week that uses online videos and interactive lessons to teach middle and high school students about the 2001 terrorist attacks.

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani joined Sept. 11 family members and college professors on Sept. 8 at a hotel blocks from the World Trade Center site to unveil the "Teaching 9/11" curriculum.

The curriculum, believed to be the first comprehensive educational plan focusing on the attacks, will be tested this year at schools in New York City, California, New Jersey, Alabama, Indiana, Illinois, and Kansas.

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