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1. Getting Them Smart Getting Them Smart January//1987 [A]nnual review of Greater Kansas City schools and colleges, both public and private.

2. Getting Them Smart Getting Them Smart January//1987 [A]nnual review of Greater Kansas City schools and colleges, both public and private.

3. Family Ties Family Ties February/March 2008 A look at Straub Construction and Ernest J. Straub III (Ernie). In 1920 Ernest J. Straub Sr. began "developing homes, churches and schools in the Mission Hills and Greater Kansas City areas." The company...

4. Early Schools of Jackson County Early Schools of Jackson County December 1922 Account of the methods of education in the early schools in Kansas City and Jackson County, also listing many individual schools such as Chapel Hill Academy (page 170).

5. Kansas City Schools Share Community Responsibilities Kansas City Schools Share Community Responsibilities September//1944 Activities involving cooperation between schools and the community.

6. The Abraham Lincoln Legacy in Missouri The Abraham Lincoln Legacy in Missouri January 2009 Although Abraham Lincoln's name is not usually associated with Missouri, his role as the emancipator of the slaves resulted in a host of African American schools in the State bearing his name. Article...

7. Drawing the Color Line in Kansas City: The Creation of Sumner High School Drawing the Color Line in Kansas City: The Creation of Sumner High School Autumn 2005 Although the grammar schools of Kansas City, Kansas, were completely segregated by 1890, the same state law that permitted this practice in cities with more than fifteen thousand residents specifically...

8. Camden Point History Outlined by Charter PCHS Member Camden Point History Outlined by Charter PCHS Member May-August 2006 Anecdotal history of Camden Point, Missouri includes information on schools, churches, the Civil War and the decline of this Platte County town.

9. Kansas City Hospital College Kansas City Hospital College April//1883 Announcement of the opening of the medical school.

10. National Report: Kansas City Rights Leaders Praise Court's Decision National Report: Kansas City Rights Leaders Praise Court's Decision May/7/1990 Article about "Civil Rights leaders voic[ing] satisfaction recently over a Supreme Court ruling upholding the right of Federal judges to make local officials raise taxes to remedy racial segregation problems...

11. The Court as Interior Decorator The Court as Interior Decorator January/22/1990 Article about "the case of 'Jenkins v. Missouri'" before the United States Supreme Court, "a 1970s-style school-desegregation case" in Kansas City.

12. A Professional Program for Teachers A Professional Program for Teachers July/27/1929 Article about a professional teaching program for the high school and junior college teachers of Kansas City to improve their job security and performance.

13. Ordinary Citizens Get Het Up over Schools Ordinary Citizens Get Het Up over Schools April/10/1950 Article about a public school levy election for the Kansas City School District, with many photos of both sides of the issue in their campaigns.

14. Our Schools Must Be Open to All Classes of Citizens Our Schools Must Be Open to All Classes of Citizens Summer//1996 Article about blacks being denied admission to the medical school because of their race and Edward V. Williams's leadership in the cause for desegregation.

15. The Good Slum Schools The Good Slum Schools April//1961 Article about early integrated schools in Kansas City.

16. Big Trouble in Our City Schools Big Trouble in Our City Schools September/26/1961 Article about handling problems with young students from socially disadvantaged homes and areas.

17. Who Chooses What Schools and Why? Who Chooses What Schools and Why? Fall 2011 Article about numerous schools available to parents living in the Hills neighborhoods in Kansas. Some of the considerations taken into account are community, single-sex learning environments, prestige,...

18. Suggestions to Delegates to the A. V. A. Convention: Points of Interest in Kansas City Suggestions to Delegates to the A. V. A. Convention: Points of Interest in Kansas City November//1932 Article about points of interest in Kansas City especially dealing with the manufacturing industry in the "real world" and industrial arts programs at various area schools. Overall description of the city...

19. Glory Lost: Southwest High Glory Lost: Southwest High September//1982 Article about reasons for the decline of the "once-prized" Southwest High School at 65th and Wornall Roads, with photos.

20. Recreation for Public School Teachers Recreation for Public School Teachers December//1939 Article about recreational activities for public school teachers at the Kansas City Public Schools and the Kansas City Teachers College, written by Les Warren, "Director of Recreation and Community Use...