Contains material related to the color documentary Kingdom Come School, a 1973 release. The film follows teacher Harding Ison and his twenty-two students during a typical day at the last one room schoolhouse in Letcher County, Kentucky. Students are shown cross-age tutoring, fixing lunch, working at the chalkboard, and receiving one-on-one instruction from the teacher. Interviews include Ison commenting on the value of one-room schools, and the county school superintendent offering his rationale for further school consolidation. Subjects include school consolidation, rural education and rural youth in the Appalachian region.