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Desegregation at Kansas City's Central High School: Illuminating the African American student experience through oral history
Central High School, the oldest high school in Kansas City, serves as an example of how radically education in Kansas City, Missouri, has changed over the course of the last 150 years. Beginning as part of Kansas City, ...
The power of teacher-student relationships in determining student success
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2011-08-11)
The purpose of this ethnomethodological exploratory descriptive case study was to investigate and understand teacher perceptions of the relationships between teachers and students and how those teachers perceive relationships ...
Education For All: A Descriptive Case Study of the Educational Experiences of First-Generation College Graduates
Postsecondary entrance and graduation is commonplace in the modern world, yet many students still do not attend or complete their degrees. Students who do not have a familial connection to an institution of higher learning ...
Elementary principals as developers vs. deliverers of district instructional decisions
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2012-06-13)
The purpose of this heuristic case study, also informed through the tradition of critical systems theory was to explore elementary principals‟ “voices” in instructional decisions made by central office administrators at a ...