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The majority of KIPP schools (more than 85 percent) are middle schools. The KIPP middle school model has a proven track record of increasing student achievement, as measured by both national norm-referenced exams and state criterion-referenced exams.
KIPP high school students focus on college-readiness preparatory and placement exams, such as the Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test (PSAT), the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT), and subject-specific Advanced Placement (AP) tests. State criterion-referenced exams are provided in subjects and/or grades tested as required by each individual state.
In pre-kindergarten through first grade, elementary schools focus on diagnostic tests that are designed to monitor the development of pre-reading skills; early literacy skills; early mathematical concepts and operations; and other social, emotional and fine and gross motor skills.
The breakdown of the student population across the network is as follows:
KIPP is committed to equal treatment for all individuals. KIPP does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, disability, age, religion, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin.
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