Patrick Jones and Tina Seymour from The Mind Trust write about what they have learned during the KIPP Leadership Design Fellowship (KLDF).
7 Things You Should Know About KIPP Leadership Design Fellowship
KIPP is looking for applicants for its seventh KIPP Leadership Design Fellowship (KLDF), a six-month program designed for senior leaders of public-school districts, charter school systems, and leadership training organizations to provide intensive training on KIPP’s leadership development model.
My Capitol Hill Internship Had a Significant Impact on My Life
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.
Giving Kids Chances to Explore Beyond School Walls
D’Anza Smith is preparing to open a middle school next fall in Los Angeles. She shares her vision for the school and how she plans to make sure students experience all the rich learning experiences that Los Angeles has to offer.
Want to Keep Students Engaged? Help Them Get Creative
Shawn Bender is preparing to open an elementary school next fall: KIPP Pleasant Grove Elementary. He shares his vision for the school and how he plans to nurture all different kinds of learning styles through an arts-infused curriculum.
From First-Year Teacher to a Sustainable Career: Reflections from a History Teacher
Sam Routhier, a World History teacher at KIPP NYC College Prep, started his teaching career wondering how to engage his students. Now in his ninth year of teaching, he reflects on the lessons he’s learned along the way and why he still loves taking his students to The Met.
Teaching Children Self-Advocacy in the Age of #BlackLivesMatter
In the age of #BlackLivesMatter, Fisher Fellow Alaina Chipman shares how she’ll help prepare students to be citizens who are successful beyond the classroom walls.