Collaboration and the Common Core

Steve Frederick, KIPP Sunshine Peak Academy

How Two Teachers Are Working Together to Raise the Bar for Kids By Jennifer Wells, Mathematics Achievement Director, KIPP Foundation When teachers collaborate, what effect does it have on students’ and teachers’ learning? This year, two longtime KIPP sixth grade math teachers are finding out. Steve Frederick, at KIPP Sunshine Peak Academy in Denver, and […]

From 300 to 3,000 – KIPP School Summit Keeps Getting Bigger and Better


By Whitney Grese Hanna, Math is Life Consultant and Former KIPP Teacher I’ve been part of the KIPP Team and Family since 2001, when I started teaching fifth grade math, thinking skills and writing at KIPP Academy in the Bronx. Back then, there were two schools, with three more just about to open their doors. […]

My Advice to KIPP Teachers

Chalianna in her KIPP sweatshirt (left) and at college graduation (right).

By Chalianna Lopez, KIPP NYC Class of 2006 & KIPP Foundation Operations Manager After spending eight years hearing that I will climb the mountain to college, I looked around my Women’s Studies classroom at Barnard College thinking, ‘I finally did it!’ This is THE moment that everyone at KIPP talked about and what my family […]


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