As we navigate the new normal of distance learning at home, keeping students engaged has become even more challenging. Check out these 5 tips KIPP educators in our network shared to keep your student motivated while learning at home.
Sharing the extraordinary efforts and leadership happening across our KIPP Team & Family is something I look forward to every week. This week, I wanted to bring to us all the perspectives of two of our KIPPsters, Maddison (5th grader from KTX-Houston) and Serenity (8th grader from KIPP Kansas City).
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.
Josué is a proud alumnus of KIPP Houston and a current junior at Georgetown University. He serves on the board of Georgetown’s Latinx Leadership Forum, and last summer he interned on Capitol Hill. Learn more about Josué’s story and how he is changing the odds in his community.
Congratulations to everyone on such a terrific start to the school year! We’ve opened 17 new schools and our network is now 200 schools strong, educating nearly 80,000 KIPPsters across the country.
Last year we shared some thoughts and advice from one of our remarkable KIPP alumni: Manny Cabrera, an alum of KIPP Academy in Houston, TX, who had just graduated from law school. We caught up with Manny this month to hear about his first year as a lawyer–and he had lots to share!
Paloma Contreras, a Spanish teacher at KIPP Houston, explains why teaching Spanish is her passion. Her classes not only inspire students and families to learn a language, but also challenge them to grow in their knowledge of the world.