Project has students recording veterans' stories

An Arizona high-school club's project aimed at documenting the stories of U.S. military veterans has become a nonprofit group and is being replicated at other schools across the state. The award-winning Veterans Heritage Project, started by history teacher Barbara Hatch, has students interviewing veterans to capture their experiences. The students then transcribe the videotaped interviews and write their stories for books that the students then market and sell.

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