Wichita, KS: 1932.
Very good. Volume I, Number 1 of this newspaper published by the Wichita Opportunity School, which offered adult education and vocational training. Approx. 18" x 12.5", 4 pp, on good-quality coated stock. Folding creases, otherwise minimal wear. The Opportunity School was founded in 1912 as the Wichita Night School and changed its name around 1918, when it reopened after a two-year closure. Originally catering primarily to immigrants wanting to learn to read and write in English, it expanded its offerings over the year to include general vocational training, as well as cultural and artistic enrichment opportunities. This inaugural (and possibly the only) issue gives some history of the school and describes its courses (special note is made of a new "Americanization" class) and their benefits. One article lists subjects students have requested be added to the curriculum; others report on goings-on opportunity schools in other states. Not located in OCLC.