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.
This month we caught up with three Amplify Scholarship recipients from previous years about what they learned, what plans they have for the near future, and their advice for this year’s applicants.
In the midst of national protests to end police brutality after the shootings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Jacob Blake, KIPP alumni around the country are calling for change and showing their support through their art and activism.
Get inspired from this virtual speech by KIPP Memphis Collegiate High School 2020 valedictorian TaVonte Campbell who was recently featured on Chalkbeat Tennessee.
Black representation in the business world is important as we educate and uplift future generations of leaders to pursue the paths they choose. This February, we are celebrating Black History Month by spotlighting some inspiring Black KIPP alumni entrepreneurs and creatives who are paving their own paths.
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.
By Jamal McCall, Executive Director, KIPP Memphis As our academic year in Memphis comes to a close, I am compelled to reflect on a rewarding and humbling fact: I have had the pleasure of working in the KIPP network for nine years. When I first came to Memphis, we were 300 students and staff crowded […]