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History of Education in Kentucky: General Oral History Project

Project Summary

This series documents the modernization of Kentucky's system of public elementary and secondary education, beginning in 1950. Former governors, school superintendents, and members of the general assembly who participated in the reform movement discuss the Minimum Foundation Program, property taxes, the Power Equalization Program, the Kentucky Education Reform Act, teaching certification standards, teachers' salaries, and the size and role of the State Board for Elementary and Secondary Education.

Project Code

edgen


Interviews in this Project (6 Total):

Interview Accession Number: 1990oh286_ed090
Interviewer: William H. McCann, Jr.
Restrictions: No Restrictions
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Interview Accession Number: 2001oh014_ed119
Interviewer: Richard Day
Restrictions: Restrictions Apply
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Interview Accession Number: 2001oh015_ed120
Interviewer: Richard Day
Restrictions: Restrictions Apply
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Interview Accession Number: 1995oh041_ed111
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Restrictions: No Restrictions
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Interview Accession Number: 2016oh558_ed158
Interviewer: Richard Day
Restrictions: No Restrictions
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Interview Accession Number: 2016oh592_es013
Interviewer: Jeffrey Suchanek
Restrictions: Restrictions Apply
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