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?
KIPP CEO Richard Barth answers commonly asked questions around KIPP’s growth, impact, goal of college graduation, and vouchers.
Ahead of KIPP School Summit 2017, KIPP CEO Richard Barth provides an update on diversity and inclusivity initiatives at KIPP.
KIPP NYC Social Studies Teacher Kevin Jones describes the experience of entering the congressional offices of civil rights icon John Lewis with 40 students who just finished learning about the Civil Rights Movement.
Blair Mishleau from KIPP DC talks about the real effects that a welcoming (or hostile) environment can have on students who are LGBTQ in our schools.