Books and other published materials can be primary or secondary sources, depending on the topic. Typically, published materials (books, magazine and journal articles, and newspaper articles) are considered primary if they are written at the time about a particular event.
These are some of the published materials covering the history of EKU and the Model Laboratory Schools.
To get started with finding sources on education and Kentucky, check out the results under the following two searches:
To narrow down the search, try adding terms, such as autobiographies, biographies, diaries, history, finance, public, rural, higher, appalachia, adult, women, african american, or special. Or try adding Limiters, such as Publication Date, Formats, and Library Location. The Government Documents location, for example, is a great source of primary materials.
The titles below are examples of published primary and secondary sources related to education and Kentucky. Some of the more recent titles are available as eBooks.