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KIPP Students and Teachers Get a Lesson in “Good Trouble” from John Lewis

KIPP Students and Teachers Get a Lesson in “Good Trouble” from John Lewis

KIPP NYC schools are committed to social justice, civil rights, and instilling our students with a sense of intellectual curiosity and purpose with respect to social issues. So, the opportunity to hear, firsthand, from John Lewis as he described the sit-ins, bus boycotts, and the march over the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, on the way to Montgomery, left all of us in awe and deeply inspired.

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A Day with KIPP Special Educators: Part 2 – Middle School

A Day with KIPP Special Educators: Part 2 – Middle School

In our middle schools, the special education supports and structures are continually evolving so we cater more effectively to our diverse communities and the specific needs of each incoming class. We utilize a robust Integrated Co-teaching (ICT) model paired with individualized supports that we adapt as students transition from 5th to 8th grade.

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Science: The Next Generation at KIPP NYC

Science: The Next Generation at KIPP NYC

We have a long history of collaboration across the network. During summer PD, science teachers from every KIPP NYC school met as a team to analyze units, refine lessons, and practice experiments

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