Erica Mariola, a kindergarten teacher at KIPP East Community Primary in New Orleans, won the Fishman Prize for Superlative Classroom Practice today. She’s one of only four extraordinary teachers chosen from across the country to receive this award.
Meet Jennifer. KIPP Houston Alumna and recent Duke University graduate. Jennifer says college boosted her confidence and empowered her with the skills to make meaningful contributions in her community.
Setting students up for college success doesn’t end when they graduate high school. In fact, that’s just the beginning. Students—especially those from low-income backgrounds—need support all the way through to college graduation day. These 10 schools are leading the way in doing just that.
It’s college graduation season! At KIPP, we’re celebrating our alumni. Over the next month, this blog will feature KIPP alumni from the college class of 2015, sharing their hopes, challenges, and advice for their younger peers.
KIPP Co-Founders Mike Feinberg and Dave Levin share their appreciation for teachers on National Teacher Appreciation Day: Great teaching is the heart and soul of a transformative public education, and you are proving that every single day.
What is restorative justice and how is it creating a paradigm shift in the culture at KIPP Bay Area Schools? In this post, Head of Schools Ric Zappa explains how implementing restorative justice practices has led to fewer students missing class and improved academic performance.
In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re celebrating the history-making female leaders at KIPP schools, KIPP regions, and the KIPP Foundation. In the final installment of our Women at KIPP blog series, KIPP’s female executives offer suggestions for how to find, keep, and support women in leadership positions