Results & Reports

Academic Results & Reports

KIPP NYC alumni earn college degrees at 5 times the rate of low-income students nationally. In 2016, KIPP NYC students outperformed students from across New York City and New York State on Elementary, Middle School, and High School tests.

MATHEMATICA STUDY ON KIPP

Mathematica’s third report examines KIPP’s impact on students from K-12.

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HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION

  • KIPP NYC 96%
  • LOW-INCOME STUDENTS U.S. 74%

COLLEGE MATRICULATION

  • KIPP NYC 89%
  • LOW-INCOME STUDENTS U.S. 45%
College Matriculation

4-YR COLLEGE GRADUATION

  • KIPP NYC 46%
  • LOW-INCOME STUDENTS U.S. 9%
College Graduation

High School Results – 2016 New York Regents Exams

Algebra 1 (Common Core)

  • KIPP NYC 67%
  • New York City 52%
  • New York State 62%

Living Environment

  • KIPP NYC 88%
  • New York City 68%
  • New York State 77%

English (Common Core)

  • KIPP NYC 85%
  • New York City 74%
  • New York State 80%

U.S. History

  • KIPP NYC 96%
  • New York City 75%
  • New York State 84%

Global History

  • KIPP NYC 89%
  • New York City 57%
  • New York State 67%

Middle School Results – 2016 New York State Exams

MATH

  • KIPP NYC 54%
  • District 18%
  • City 34%
  • State 36%

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS

  • KIPP NYC 45%
  • District 23%
  • City 36%
  • State 36%

Elementary School Results – 2016 New York State Exams

MATH

  • KIPP NYC 59%
  • District 25%
  • City 41%
  • State 44%

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS

  • KIPP NYC 46%
  • District 26%
  • City 41%
  • State 41%

KIPP & CHARACTER

From Kindergarten through college, developing character is as important to us as teaching rigorous academic skills.

– NBC’s Rock Center visits KIPP NYC –
Watch True Grit.

– Paul Tough’s book explores character education, focusing on KIPP’s approach. How Children Succeed

– TEDx Talk: The Power of Positive Peer Pressure

TEACHING & LEARNING

At KIPP, great teaching is at the heart of everything we do.

KIPP Framework for Excellent Teaching

  • KIPP co-founder Dave Levin op-ed in the NY Daily News. Better Teaching, Beyond Evaluations

    The Widget Effect. A report from TNTP (The New Teacher Project) on effective teachers.

  • CLOSING THE ACHIEVEMENT GAP

    Examines the challenges for low-income and minority students.

    Class, Cost, and College (Frank Bruni – NYTimes)

    Who Gets to Graduate? (Paul Tough – NYTimes)

    The Economic Cost of the US Education Gap (McKinsey & Co.)

    College-Ready Strategy Report (Gates Foundation)

    A Right Denied: The Critical Need for Genuine School Reform (Whitney Tilson)