Jaimie Anzelone

Jaimie Anzelone

Why much-praised KIPP D.C. expels kids | Education News

I wrote a book about KIPP and have been visiting its D.C. schools since 2001, so I asked KIPP D.C. Executive Director Susan Schaeffler and KIPP College Prep Principal Jessica Cunningham what was going on...

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KIPP school program continues Atlanta expansion | Atlanta INtown Paper

“If students want to stay with KIPP K-12 they can do that,” said communication director Jill Joplin. The commitment made to every child is the understanding that the journey doesn’t end when they leave a KIPP school or receive their diplomas. One of their missions is to not only to get ...

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Recent Missouri editorials | Technology | Tri-CityHerald.com

KIPP - So the unbridled optimism that came from Richard Barth at a breakfast in the Central Library's refurbished grand hall on April 2 seemed out of place, if not manufactured from thin air. "You have every reason to be unbelievably optimistic about the future for kids in St. Louis," Mr. ...

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7 Famous Couples Who Started As Coworkers

Wendy Kopp and Richard Barth. Kopp, the founder of Teach For America, married the man who would become President of the KIPP Foundation after she interviewed him for a job in the early 90s. 6. Tina Brown and Harold Evans. In the 1970s, Brown worked as a freelancer for the Sunday Times...

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Austin Charter Focuses on College Prep Despite New Grad Requirements | KUT

KIPP - “We just have a deep belief that a college education is the great equalizer," says Steven Epstein, KIPP Austin’s executive director. "And for our students we believe this is a best path for a life full of opportunity, full of choice and a life without any boundaries.” KIPP's personal ...

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Schools Matter: ASD in TN Makes State Test the Only Grade that Counts

Without consulting parents or anyone else, Barbic and his data expert, the former TFAer and KIPP teacher, Josh Czupryk (BS in public relations and BA in Political Science), have come up with, "after research," a new grading scheme that is pegged to cut scores on the state test, known as ...

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Progress in the D.C. schools: Many authors and a surprising path - The Washington Post

The third key player is Susan Schaeffler. Who? Schaeffler oversees the network of KIPP charter schools in the city, a system that has grown from 80 fifth-graders in 2001 to 3,600 students in neighborhoods that include Anacostia, Shaw and Trinidad. That number sounds small, but if ...

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Marshall Memo 477 | Michigan Association of School Administrators

But Richard Barth of KIPP pushes back. Middle-class kids get 50 times that amount, he says, much of it baked into their lives by educated parents who are not intimidated by college and financial-aid applications – and in addition, college tours, SAT test-prep help, tutors, siblings...

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