It’s not just our KIPP students and alumni who have benefited from HBCUs. KIPP has many HBCU alumni among our teachers, leaders, and staff! We spoke with three KIPP Team & Family members about their experiences attending HBCUs, and their advice for KIPP juniors and seniors who might be considering these schools.
Check out this list of financial literacy games by school level that can help students learn to make wise financial decisions at an early age.
One of our KIPP Leadership Design Fellowship sessions is focused on building an internal leadership pipeline. Check out five key steps to make it happen at your school.
Explore these #StopAsianHate resources compiled by the KIPP DC Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Coalition that provide historical context into the current spike in anti-Asian hate and offers actionable ways to support the Asian American and Pacific Islander community right now.
Three KIPP alumna business owners share their tips for young women entrepreneurs launching new businesses.
The next time you are looking for a way to keep students engaged in literacy at home or in the classroom check out these fun activities that facilitate conversation and reinforces comprehension.
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.