Read what some of our educators have to say about the influence of having someone who looks like you reflected in front of the classroom and the impact of learning from someone who doesn’t.
White folks, here is a short list of what we can do.
By: Tammi Sutton, Founder and Director of Leadership Development – KIPP ENC
KIPP Atlanta alumni Cameron Franklin reflects on the impact KIPP had in discovering his passion for music.
In this blog series, we’ll be highlighting teams and family across our network doing exemplary work making a difference in their communities and beyond. If you have an act of gratitude that you would like to share from your region email: email@example.com. We would love to feature it!
Eleven-year-old Elijah Lee of KIPP ENC College Prep Public Schools is already a hometown hero and now with the help of Marvel he’s elevated to superhero status.
Having the opportunity to intern in DC with KIPP’s unyielding support meant the world to me and I know the experiences and skills that I gained working in Congress will make an incredible difference in my personal and professional life going forward.
KIPP’s focus on character first drew Andrea McCormick to KIPP six years ago. Now as the Dean of Instruction at KIPP Dream Prep, she knows that a dual focus on character and academics helps develop young minds that are conscious of the world around them. Learn how she infuses character in her school.