Next will mark the one year anniversary of the terrible earthquake in Haiti, and things continue to look tragic there.

For information on what happened a year ago, and for background on Haiti, you can visit my massive The Best Sites To Learn About The Earthquake In Haiti.

Media reports have started to mark the anniversary, and I’ll be adding accessible ones as they become available.

Here are my choices for The Best Sites For Learning About The One-Year Anniversary of the Haiti Earthquake:

Moving Forward in Haiti is an interactive from The New York Times.

Haiti One Year After The Earthquake is a Slate slideshow.

The Haiti Earthquake: One Year Later is a PBS slideshow.

Challenges Remain For Haiti A Year After Quake is an NPR article that provides audio with the text.

CNN has quite a few related videos.

The Mail Online compares photos of a number of places from a year ago to now. The last one is a gruesome.

Destruction in Port-au-Prince, Then and Now is an interactive from The New York Times.

The Weekly Reader has an accessible article.

Haiti: Then And Now is a slideshow from The Guardian.

Haiti One Year Later is a TIME Magazine slideshow.

Haiti A Year After The Quake is a slideshow from The Wall Street Journal.

Year ‘was hell for us’: Will Haiti be rebuilt? is a series of photos, videos and interactives from MSNBC.

One Year Later: Studying Post-Earthquake Haiti is a pretty impressive post from The New York Times Learning Network. It’s probably the most useful one I’ve for teachers on this topic.

Haiti earthquake anniversary: Haitians remember the thousands that died is a slideshow from The Telegraph.

Haiti, one year later is a series of photos from The Big Picture.

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