Luz is a KIPP Bay Area Schools alumna. The DACA program opened doors for her that otherwise would have been shut. She is now a permanent resident and eager to share her story.
Ximena is a KIPP Houston alumna. To Ximena, DACA made hope possible. It changed everything. She now has her permanent residency and wants everyone reading to know about the opportunities DACA provided her.
KIPP Bay Area alumnus Erick shares his journey migrating from Mexico to the States. He is determined to not let his citizenship status impact his success.
KIPP Baltimore alumna Nancy tells her story about the impact DACA has had on her life. She urges the KIPP Team and Family to take action in order to protect DACA recipients like her while the future of the legislation is debated.
KIPP CEO Richard Barth’s email to the KIPP Team and Family addressing the violence in Charlottesville: The vile, racist acts that unfolded in Charlottesville this weekend are yet another reminder to our entire country that we have so much work ahead of us.
At KIPP, we’re all about sharing what we’ve learned. So when we created our KIPP Wheatley literacy curriculum, we were excited to share it outside our walls.
Two years ago, we debuted a common literacy curriculum for all KIPP schools, inspired by requests and feedback from English Language Arts teachers throughout the KIPP network. So how does KIPP Wheatley look in action?