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?
For the third post in our KIPP Goes to College series , KIPP leaders and staff from our partner universities share the challenges they faced on the road to graduation.
We know the adjustment to college isn’t always easy, but we also know it gets better. To help make month two a little bit easier, we’ve being asking some of our KIPP alumni, KIPP Through College leaders, and staff from our partner universities to share their college experiences and advice.
Eight KIPP alumni share what they’ve learned about interning this summer to help their peers prepare for their first internship.
Lisa Bonnifield, KIPP Fisher Fellow in Newark, NJ, is founding a new school and naming it KIPP BOLD. She aims to unlock a risk-taking, opportunity-chasing, grit-filled spirit in her future students. The question she keeps asking myself is, “how will we do that?”
By Elena Larranga, Special Education Teacher, KIPP New Jersey I’m a six-year veteran teacher who is one week away from my first day teaching second grade Special Education at KIPP New Jersey. I just returned from my first KIPP School Summit (KSS) – the annual professional development gathering of the KIPP Team and Family. This […]