U.S. Schools’ Response to the Tsunami Disaster

January 11, 2005 1 min read

The earthquake and resulting tsunami that wracked coastlines along the Indian Ocean and killed an estimated 150,000 people or more has prompted generosity and classroom lessons in U.S. schools, according to an Education Week story, with teachers taking varying approaches in different districts, schools, and grades.

How are schools responding to the tsunami disaster in Asia? What impact has the catastrophe had on U.S. students?

A version of this news article first appeared in the TalkBack blog.