RetirementLifeToday.com Announces ECHO History Project for Education
July 18, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Lifestyle NewsLAKE ST. LOUIS, MO, July 18, 2006/—-RetirementLifeToday.com LLC announced today that it is sponsoring the Educating Children on Historical Observances (ECHO) Project, which will offer anyone the opportunity to share their experiences surrounding historical events that changed the history of the United States.
The ECHO Project will allow older generations to pass on their experiences and perspectives to future generations,” said Ms. Lantz. “Narratives of historical events may be told in the framework of everyday life and American society at that time. This will allow future generations to better understand these historical events.”
“For example, the ECHO Project will allow those living when Pearl Harbor was attacked to share their experiences that day, such as what they doing, where they were, and what impact it had on them.”
Upon completion, the ECHO Project will be made available to educators online free of charge.
Anyone is free to contribute to the ECHO Project by going to www.RetirementLifeToday.com.
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