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Windows to the Past, Pt. IX

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DUCK AND COVER. The outbreak of hostilities in Korea heated up the Cold War and sent teachers and students into basement fallout shelters. The drills prepared schools for the possibility of a nuclear strike from halfway across the world. (Nov. 28, 1951)





GAME, SET, MATCH. Long before Title IX guaranteed female students an equal slice of the athletic budget, the girls at the New York School of Print perfected their serves. (May 13, 1947)


PARLEZ-VOUS? Language labs were the latest in whizbang educational technology in the early '60s. (Jan. 26, 1962)





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