Date of Award
Specialist in Education (Ed.S.)
The King Science Center was created in 1985 by the Omaha School Board which serves 43,000 students. The center was originally a magnet for grades four, five, and six. Formerly the building was a junior high school or a ninth grade center from 1959 to 1988. The facility was reorganized into a science middle school magnet by first removing the ninth grade and then transferring grades four, five, and six from the former King Science Center facility and adding grades seven and eight.
Snook Kluver, Mary Louise, "A Comparison of Fourth Grade Students' Encyclopedia Research Skills Utilizing Traditional Instruction Contrasted with Traditional/Technological Instruction at King Science Center" (1992). Student Work. 2305.