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Stability in the Storm: The History of Kansas City Kansas Public Schools 1902–1986
The history of Kansas City Kansas Public Schools (KCKPS) is rich, and it is not as well-known as the history of Kansas City Public Schools in neighboring Missouri. KCKPS had its own unique journey that magnified the ...
An analysis of factors affecting implementation of literacy curriculum resources in K-2 classrooms in a Midwest suburban school district
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2012)
professional development guides, training schedules, and curriculum resource literature. Results indicated implementation is hindered when professional development is vague and does not provide opportunity for participants to learn, practice, and collaborate...
Outside the Lines: How Moberly Junior College Basketball Players Negotiated Social and Racial Norms of Little Dixie On and Off the Court, 1955-1967
Moberly, located in the north central Missouri region historically known as “Little Dixie,” has deeply rooted practices concerning racial relations and its own unique history around integration. The Moberly Greyhounds basketball team won back...
The Ordinance Project: Commemorating Kansas City's LGBTQ Landmark Legislation
This project documents the efforts of Kansas City activists, organizers, and politicians who successfully fought for the passage of a municipal nondiscrimination ordinance in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The ordinance ...