Knowledge Is Power Program KIPP

A Charter School – Linked on our blogs with WashPost Touts KIPP’s Extra Edge.

  • KIPP schools share a core set of operating principles known as the Five Pillars: High Expectations. KIPP schools have clearly defined and measurable high expectations for academic achievement and conduct that make no excuses based on the students’ backgrounds. Students, parents, teachers, and staff create and reinforce a culture of achievement and support through a range of formal and informal rewards and consequences for academic performance and behavior.
  • Choice & Commitment: … (full text Five Pillars).

KIPP on wikipedia: KIPP, the Knowledge Is Power Program, is a nationwide network of free open-enrollment college-preparatory schools in under-resourced communities throughout the United States (Education in US). KIPP schools are usually established under state charter school laws and KIPP is America’s largest school operator.[1]

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About KIPP /Who We Are: KIPP, the Knowledge Is Power Program, is a national network of free, open-enrollment, college-preparatory public schools.

Schools with a track record of preparing students in underserved communities for success in college and in life. There are currently 99 KIPP schools in 20 states and the District of Columbia serving more than 27,000 students.

What We Do:

  • KIPP builds a partnership among parents, students, and teachers that puts learning first. By providing outstanding educators, more time in school learning, and a strong culture of achievement, KIPP is helping all students climb the mountain to and through college.

Why It Matters:

  • Every day, KIPP students across the nation are proving that demographics do not define destiny. Over 80 percent of our students are from low-income families and eligible for the federal free or reduced-price meals program, and 95 percent are African American or Latino. Nationally, more than 90 percent of KIPP middle school students have gone on to college-preparatory high schools, and over 85 percent of KIPP alumni have gone on to college.

KIPP Schools:

  • There are 60 KIPP middle schools (grades 5-8), 24 elementary schools (grades Pre-K-4), and 15 high schools (grades 9-12). Students are accepted regardless of prior academic record, conduct or socioeconomic background.

Learn how Mike Feinberg and Dave Levin started the KIPP movement in 1994. Watch the video. To see more of KIPP in action, click here to view news coverage and other videos.

Remark down of each page: KIPP is committed to a policy of equal treatment for all individuals. KIPP does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, handicap, age, religion, sexual orientation, national, or ethnic origin.

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