Rigorous Curriculum and Instruction
All students will learn and achieve at high levels when given the opportunity. To prepare students with the skills and content knowledge needed to be successful in college and their careers, KIPP teachers deliver high-quality, rigorous curriculum and instruction. By monitoring academic progress, KIPP teachers know what their students need and tailor instruction so every child receives the appropriate level of support and challenge.
Culture of Achievement and Support
We believe that an excellent college-prep education will set students up for success in whatever life path they choose.
That’s why KIPP students, families, and teachers form a partnership that puts learning first. KIPP students, parents, and teachers all sign a learning pledge called the “Commitment to Excellence,” that lays out the role they each play in ensuring a positive school experience.
One of the first things they told us was that we all had the potential to go to college. I knew they meant it.Lexi Johnson-Lee, Alumna, KIPP Minnesota
My students are the definition of resilience. Their hunger for a quality education motivates me daily to be a better teacher.Robert Manuel, AP World History Teacher, KIPP New Orleans
I wanted to make sure black and brown children were able to have the opportunities any other child was afforded.Jondré Pryor, School Leader, KIPP Metro Atlanta
Lead a Lesson Using Cognitively Guided Instruction (CGI)
Step inside KIPP NYC classrooms to see Cognitively Guided Instruction in practice.
Sample Middle School Schedule Aligned to Instruction
This Excel document shows how each component of KIPP’s recommended K-8 literacy and math instructional design can fit into a school day.
K-8 Literacy Blueprint
This blueprint recommends high-leverage literacy practices and the ideal time to spend on each key component. It is part of KIPP Wheatley, our college-prep literacy curriculum.