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.
How do we help students harness career-relevant work opportunities? KIPP’s partnership with Accenture is one great example.
Happy new year! Keeping up with our annual tradition, KIPP CEO Richard Barth shares some highlights from 2016 and thoughts on where we are as a team and family.
What’s one thing you wish you’d done, or done more of, in college? For the final post in our KIPP Goes to College series, KIPP alumni, KIPP Through College leaders, and staff from our partner universities talk about the road not taken.
We asked some of our KIPP Through College leaders, KIPP alumni, and staff from our partner universities to share their college experiences and advice. They’ve experienced the challenges and triumphs that come with earning a bachelor’s degree, and they’ve got lots of wisdom to share.
Throughout the fall, we will be highlighting their thoughts here. Today’s topic: expecting the unexpected.
Nathan Woods, KIPP DC Alumnus and Whittier Middle School Teacher through Teach For America, shares why he lives by the “pay it forward” credo and is pursuing a career in education.
By Allison Shapira, President, Global Public Speaking LLC It was 9:00am on a Tuesday morning, and I was in the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas. I was about to experience my first KIPP School Summit (KSS), the annual professional development summit for teachers and staff of KIPP public charter schools. My experience […]