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  • You will build so many amazing relationships here that you wouldn’t think of. The level of support inside and outside the classroom is incredible. Jenene Phillips, Teacher and Parent, KIPP Nashville

    You will build so many amazing relationships here that you wouldn’t think of. The level of support inside and outside the classroom is incredible.

    Jenene Phillips, Teacher and Parent, KIPP Nashville
  • KIPP taught me that if we want to see change in our cities and within our communities, we must be the change we want to see. Tyra Asberry, Alumna, KIPP New Jersey

    KIPP taught me that if we want to see change in our cities and within our communities, we must be the change we want to see.

    Tyra Asberry, Alumna, KIPP New Jersey
  • I have school leaders that care about me as a person and support my professional growth. My grade-level team is like a family. Kwame Carey, Teacher, KIPP ENC College Prep Public Schools

    I have school leaders that care about me as a person and support my professional growth. My grade-level team is like a family.

    Kwame Carey, Teacher, KIPP ENC College Prep Public Schools

News & Updates

The Hill
The 74
Nerd Wallet
Elementary school educators prepared over the summer to teach young students social and emotional skills when they return to school full time in the fall of 2021. KIPP Truth Academy teacher Odessa Fernandes, assistant principal Stacie Alvarez, and physical education teacher Lawrence Tolbert demonstrated the strategy of connecting and redirecting.
Chalkbeat Newark
Susan Schaeffler
The Washington Post
Casey McLeod (left), school leader for KIPP Indy College Prep Middle, said she’s received positive feedback from students involved in the tutoring program, which began in late spring. Gerlin Cartagena (right) is one student participating in the tutoring program.
WFYI-NPR